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In google chrome, part of the menu is over the "Free shipping on all orders banner pic", along with the menu going past the menu background as others have said.
If you want a screen shot, just let...
Well, here is the sceme for the info I am pulling:
Hey, how would I have it check to see if both of those exist?
Hey, thanks for the tip pollymac. :). And for the statement that you all have been helping me with, I am trying to check to see if those `test` things exist. But it only seems to check one and be...
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Yeah, probably. lol. But when I try something like this:
$test = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM `table` WHERE `User_Name` = '$UserName' && `test`= '1' OR `test` = '5'")or die(mysql_error());
I haven't been able to find anything like this, so I decided I'd make a post. I'm wondering if you are able to do something like this:
$something = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM...
Okay, I got it working correctly, and since this is still on topic with the chat, I'm wondering how I can remove the commas on each line that it produces. I have something like this:
Ah ok, I understand now tirna. Thanks. :)
which one of those three would you recommend?
Yes, but that just uses more bandwidth making it display so many lines every X amount of seconds. I am trying to keep the bandwidth amount as low as I can.
Oh, alright. Thank you all very much.
And np tirna. hehe
Yes, I know that. But I was just wondering how and what the +'info' to a var is meant to do, and how they evaluate that part seperate from the function, or with it.
I was just wondering, since I've seen this in some places, and haven't really been able to find any thing on the web about it, what it does and how you do it.
So, you call a function, say:
This may be deleted now. :)
Yeah, I know. I just posted an example you could work from.
Ok, well I have been working on this and I am changing it to get the item being gathered and timer from the database, so that if the item being gathered is the same, it continues counting, but if it...
Oh, I understand now. lol
Yes, that would be possible.
You'd need to call a function on hover, which would display the div. Then you'd need a function to close it for the onclick of a link,...
Why would you need the div to stay open after a link is clicked?