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    How do you plan to make decent quality HTML if...

    How do you plan to make decent quality HTML if you don't properly understand the input? Do you just want to take an XML file and make an input for every element in it, because it should be possible...
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    The problem is in your gotoAd() function. It is...

    The problem is in your gotoAd() function. It is changing the URL of the current page, but you want to make it call window.open() so that you have a new window. Change it to the following.

    ...
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    Your board URL would be the most helpful out of...

    Your board URL would be the most helpful out of those, but it would be best if you could figure out what else on your site it is interfering with by gradually copying things over to your test version...
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    I don't think you've got a particularly sensible...

    I don't think you've got a particularly sensible solution to the problem there. Instead of using simple string functions and looping through every character in the string I would use regular...
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    What do you mean XSLT requires you to know the...

    What do you mean XSLT requires you to know the name of the fields? You have to have them somewhere in the document that you are transforming, but they don't have to be hard coded into the XSLT file....
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    The problem is that you have too much content in...

    The problem is that you have too much content in a row so the screen has to scroll horizontally. You need to redesign it, perhaps listing servers down the page with the Game-Monitor's next to them.
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    Javascript doesn't work in any browser though,...

    Javascript doesn't work in any browser though, only 90% of browsers have it enabled. Since this seems to be a purely style based problem it would only be logical to use CSS to solve it anyway.
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    The DTD consists of element and attribute...

    The DTD consists of element and attribute declarations. The first two take are element declarations which take the general form:


    <!ELEMENT cours (children)>
    So the first line defines a cours...
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    Just in case you are interested I thought you...

    Just in case you are interested I thought you might like to see how this could be simplified. Instead of using an eval (which is rarely a good solution, and in your case it would have been better to...
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    If you are doing this for a hyperlink I would...

    If you are doing this for a hyperlink I would personally do it with CSS. Just set the link to have the right height and width with your CSS and change the background-image:


    #theLinkID {
    ...
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    What do you think the answer should be? Do you...

    What do you think the answer should be? Do you understand any of the DTD? Do you know how to validate a document against a DTD so that you can check whether it is valid?
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    Well if you first give the a name (fmax in...

    Well if you first give the <form> a name (fmax in this case) you can then refer to its elements easily. Then you need to put a onchange event handler on each <input>. I'd suggest using a script to...
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    Firstly, I wouldn't use document.all unless...

    Firstly, I wouldn't use document.all unless really necessary. It is IE only so the script then won't work for everyone. Secondly, don't use eval when it isn't needed. The bits in the eval() could...
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    <form name="dateselect">
    <select name="month" onchange="changeD(this.options[selectedIndex].value);">
    <option value="0">Jan</option>
    <option value="1">Feb</option>
    <option value="2">Mar</option>...
  15. In the string that you are writing you need to...

    In the string that you are writing you need to escape the 's with a \ before them or they terminate the string there and stop the writing process.
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    <script type="text/javascript">
    window.location=window.location;
    </script>
    That should do the trick as long as it is only outputted when there is post data (I am assuming that you have server side...
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    There are two ways to do this. Firstly is to...

    There are two ways to do this. Firstly is to just add target="_blank" into the <form> tag like so:


    <form action="form.php" method="post" target="_blank">
    Or you can specify the height and...
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    Javascript can't do this unless you actually own...

    Javascript can't do this unless you actually own the domain itself, in which case you'd want a simple redirect script:


    <script type="text/javascript">
    window.location="http://myname.com";...
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