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    IE9 supports the three modes (7 8 and 9) that you...

    IE9 supports the three modes (7 8 and 9) that you need and 98% of the time they mimic the native versions of each mode pretty well. If you're still testing for IE6...well....stop :)

    With regards...
  2. Thread: Force Font

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    Sure it does. All you need is all the proper...

    Sure it does.

    All you need is all the proper files (eot, svg, ttf or otf and woff) and you've got support in everything even back to IE6.

    You can easily get all the files by starting with one...
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    So you came up with a domain name and idea, and...

    So you came up with a domain name and idea, and now you want somebody else to do all the work for free?

    Don't see any holes in this plan, sign me up!
  4. Thread: 32 or 16

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    Your .ico file can actually be an icon library...

    Your .ico file can actually be an icon library that has several icons in it. I use a tool call ICOBundle - http://www.telegraphics.com.au/sw/info/icobundle.html
  5. EDIT: I changed my mind. Even though the code is...

    EDIT: I changed my mind. Even though the code is horribly outdated...it appears you made on mistake and then repeated it over and over on the page. If you look at lines 120 and 121 you'll see this:
    ...
  6. Open up IE8 or newer and push F12 to open up...

    Open up IE8 or newer and push F12 to open up their (poor excuse for a set of) developer tools. You should see the "console" tab in that window, just push on that one. You'll need to load your page...
  7. Aha, so it doesn't look like it will take a...

    Aha, so it doesn't look like it will take a script tag with a SRC attribute, but it will still take a script tag with a Javascript snippet.

    You might want to try something like this:


    ...
  8. I haven't seen anything so far that should be...

    I haven't seen anything so far that should be able to stop you from using any library; however, I'm not familiar with Google's DFP ad server.

    What errors were you getting in Internet Explorer?...
  9. Whoa....before you run off to use other...

    Whoa....before you run off to use other libraries, WHY won't jQuery work with it? If you can 't use jQuery, how do you expect to be able to use another library?
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    That's the problem with people's thoughts on the...

    That's the problem with people's thoughts on the validator in my opinion. That coders who don't validate are "lazy" implying that validation is something to be strived for by efficient and good...
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    @burnme Don't waste your time discussing the...

    @burnme

    Don't waste your time discussing the validator. As far as I am concerned:

    The HTML validator was invented for people who can't quite spot the error (e.g. missed a closing div tag) in...
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    So....does that mean the problem is fixed?

    So....does that mean the problem is fixed?
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    Some browsers - cough, IE - might take the name...

    Some browsers - cough, IE - might take the name attribute of certain elements and make them global variables.

    So what's happening is when the file input with name music element is created, then...
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    What does that have anything to do with the...

    What does that have anything to do with the original question?

    To the OP,

    (1) are you sure you have mod_rewrite turned on on your server? (Also, where's the RewriteEngine On line in your...
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    This question is in regard to SQL, not PHP - I...

    This question is in regard to SQL, not PHP - I don't know why you posted a link to the PHP manual.

    Fortunately, there is a boolean data type in MySQL, it's a numeric data type. Basically a non...
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    obligatory conditions where it has to use HTML5...

    obligatory conditions where it has to use HTML5 (and, by definition of the project, CSS3) and be compatible in IE6 are mutually exclusive. It is an impossibility.
  17. Thread: Xhtml & html

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    Serious fail.

    Serious fail.
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    Yep, that's basically it. You are correct,...

    Yep, that's basically it.

    You are correct, once all the images are loaded, you don't need to do anything else with the array. The purpose of loading them is just to tell the browser 'hey, go and...
  19. It astonishes me that this thread has gone on so...

    It astonishes me that this thread has gone on so long when the answer has been pointed out several times.

    If you are making an asynchronous request (which requesting from storage would be...
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    Does overflow:hidden make a difference?

    Does overflow:hidden make a difference?
  21. You didn't listen to toicontien, he said you...

    You didn't listen to toicontien, he said you cannot access the variable out there at that time because the code is asynchronous and this you are trying to alert() the value of the variable at the...
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    There is of course the distinct possibility that...

    There is of course the distinct possibility that maybe they just were low quality to begin with.

    Also, we are both using the term 'resolution' incorrectly. What we are talking about is 'quality'....
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    I'm looking at it on a PC (not that it matters)...

    I'm looking at it on a PC (not that it matters) and the quality of some of these images appears to be quite low. If you uploaded via regular FTP, then you didn't save them at high-resolution, sorry,...
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    I spent a long time with this exact mentality, so...

    I spent a long time with this exact mentality, so I know exactly where you are coming from. Then, one day after jQuery had been popular for probably at least 24 months, I decided to try it and was...
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    I had several counter arguments written out, but...

    I had several counter arguments written out, but I thought, 'what's the point?'.

    You're just wrong. If you wanted to come and work with me for a month you'll see that I'll be able to easily turn...
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