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  1. Thread: Font licenses

    by CFHutton
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    Thanks for the reply, BB! Very helpful. I'm a...

    Thanks for the reply, BB! Very helpful. I'm a little paranoid about things like this and it's good to get some feedback from someone that's crossed this bridge before.

    Thanks again,
    cfh
  2. Thread: Font licenses

    by CFHutton
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    Font licenses

    Hi all,

    I need to buy a font and was wondering what the general practice is in terms of the licenses for pay fonts? I glanced through a license for the font and it appears that the line of...
  3. Was able to use an 'if' to require the page index...

    Was able to use an 'if' to require the page index to be equal to 1, thereby eliminating all but the first page of any document.

    That's far from ideal, since I'd like to be able to display the...
  4. xml eliminate 'almost' duplicate entries?

    Hi all,

    I need to transform some xml using xslt. The xml is produced by a source outside my control, largely. It looks something like this:




    <batch>

    <Page>
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    I'd probably use PHP if it's enabled on the...

    I'd probably use PHP if it's enabled on the server and I were already using it.
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    Take a look at this for some info on apache SSI. ...

    Take a look at this for some info on apache SSI. There's a link at the top of the page that goes down the page to an example of including a footer.

    Link
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    .shtml file extension is the default file...

    .shtml file extension is the default file extension on most servers for using server side includes. When a server gets a request for a file with that extension, it looks for server side directives...
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    Looks like a meta redirect inside a conditional...

    Looks like a meta redirect inside a conditional comment might work. Something like this (untested):


    <html>
    <head>

    <!--[if IE]>
    <meta http-equiv="refresh"...
  9. Visibility property, when set to hidden, still...

    Visibility property, when set to hidden, still leaves the object in question taking up space.

    Edit: You might have better luck using the display property instead.
  10. You'd probably find your problem if you validated...

    You'd probably find your problem if you validated the code. Some of the errors are directly related to the form.

    Just a quick glance with firebug tells me your <div id="vehicle"> is causing a gap...
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    I think Don's got the idea if you want to avoid...

    I think Don's got the idea if you want to avoid the empty div (or empty br or p or whatever), but I think I might try overflow:auto instead of overflow:hidden.
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    I'll try to take a look at it again after a...

    I'll try to take a look at it again after a while, but I think the problem is your 'a' tag is floated. You can put a clearing element just inside the closing div tag between it and the closing p tag...
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    I was talking about me :)

    I was talking about me :)
  14. jquery move link onclick function to head section of page

    How do I put this onclick function:



    <a href="#" class="arrow_toggle" onclick='javascript:$(this).toggleClass("arrow_toggle_up");'>Audit Management</a>


    into the head of my page so I can...
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    Try raising the padding-bottom from .8 to 1.0em...

    Try raising the padding-bottom from .8 to 1.0em on the:

    #section-relatedPosts .post (Line 185 or thereabouts of style.php).

    Doesn't really answer your question but best I can do in a pinch. ...
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    Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, the pages...

    Thanks for the reply.

    Unfortunately, the pages are on our internal site and it's not practical to try and clean out all the stuff I would have to in order to post them here.

    I was actually...
  17. If you mean can you make a file on your personal...

    If you mean can you make a file on your personal computer's hard drive available online, then the answer is 'yes, it's possible', but it would take a significant amount of effort and probably not be...
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    Dreamweaver Template Question

    I've been ask to remove some content from a page at work and put it in an iframe. If it matters, we are going to make access to the content available for some outside clients, but for security...
  19. I think as developers we all work within...

    I think as developers we all work within constraints. Yours are 'client' centered, and mine are 'organization' centered.

    We only have to be honest on these boards, try to help and be respectful...
  20. I'm no access nazi. I think folks should decide...

    I'm no access nazi. I think folks should decide what they want to do and who they want to cater to. PHP or SSI is a much better option than javascript. People turn off javascript, but I don't...
  21. About the easiest way is to use a server side...

    About the easiest way is to use a server side include. Then you have just one copy of the menu (in a separate file) and you use an include statement to pull it into each page.

    That has to be...
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    Couple of quick points: 1. If you want to...

    Couple of quick points:

    1. If you want to reduce the dimensions of an image, you first need to crop it to a proportionally equivalent size. In other words, you don't take a 20x20 image and just...
  23. Thread: Browsers

    by CFHutton
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    Others may vehemently disagree (and I'm not going...

    Others may vehemently disagree (and I'm not going to argue about it...been there, done that), but lots of people find it helpful to use what's referred to as a 'reset stylesheet'. The problem is the...
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    Hiya, Just use the indexOf built in function...

    Hiya,

    Just use the indexOf built in function to find where 'GMT' is located in your original date. Then use substring function to take everything from the start of your original date up to one...
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    I suspect this question is avoided because you've...

    I suspect this question is avoided because you've put code in php code blocks but none of the code is php, and then also said it was html and 'JSP' which stands for Java Server Pages with is more a...
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