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  1. I would be interested. - Very experienced...

    I would be interested.
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    Very experienced CSS2/3 with a passion for detail and correctness.
    -
    Please email me Terms, Conditions and Rate offered.

    creccles AT gmail DOT com

    Based in Ireland.
  2. @carygh: The script I gave you in your...

    @carygh:

    The script I gave you in your previous thread has worked without error
    on over two-dozen websites for over two years. It validates according
    to what you populate the $allowtype() array...
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    Confirm that this now works for you, carygh ! -...

    Confirm that this now works for you, carygh !
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    I don't like mysteries :)

    C
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    Hi carygh The array, $allowtype, should be set...

    Hi carygh

    The array, $allowtype, should be set up as ("gif", "jpg", "tiff", "png") etc etc

    NOT "image/jpg" etc

    Then it works flawlessly.

    Full script:
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    I think that, maybe, you need to index...

    I think that, maybe, you need to index 'articlename[]' and 'articlekeyword[]'
    in the markup.

    Eg:

    type="text" name="articlename[0]"
    type="text" name="articlename[1]"
    type="text"...
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    Something along these lines, I guess: I always...

    Something along these lines, I guess:

    I always use a "reference " field in the form so I can
    tag it on the beginning of the filename, but you can leave that
    out if you wish. Make SURE...
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    Interesting point, and scroll bars appearing on...

    Interesting point, and scroll bars appearing on content would normally push
    pages to the left, thus making the odd one out appear right-shifted.

    10px is little narrow for a scroll bar, though.
    ...
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    Hi Judy First, meticulously go over your HTML...

    Hi Judy

    First, meticulously go over your HTML to be certain that your
    class and id assignments are consistent between pages.

    That is the #1 reason why page alignments tend to shift.

    Second,...
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    The arrays: $_FILES['userfile'], ...

    The arrays:

    $_FILES['userfile'],
    $_FILES['userfile']['name'],

    and

    $_FILES['userfile']['size']

    are set up when you upload multiple images.
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    NogDog is absolutely right. include...

    NogDog is absolutely right.

    include $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'].'/path/to/file.php';

    is the consistent way to ensure correct paths.

    If you have permissions problems, you need to first sort out...
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    webdestutor.net
  12. You're very welcome, dhimoet. - This question,...

    You're very welcome, dhimoet.
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    This question, as evidenced by the reply from rnd_me, brings into
    focus the matter of how much influence the designer has (or ought to
    have) over the behaviour of...
  13. Always a thorny issue - in the end, it depends on...

    Always a thorny issue - in the end, it depends on the site
    and on the designer.

    If the menus are mission-critical, you have only two alternative
    approaches:

    Use <noscript></noscript> tags...
  14. Even compelling users to register will not...

    Even compelling users to register will not entirely eliminate
    a serious attempt at multiple voting. They could just use a few
    transient gmail accounts to confirm their repeated registrations.
    ...
  15. Actually, JayForte, I don't quite get who's in...

    Actually, JayForte, I don't quite get who's in charge of serving these
    pages !
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    If you can control what JS gets included in the page, surely you can
    also hack the actual HTML ? ? ?

    Chris
  16. You could try...

    You could try document.getElementsByTagName("div") and try
    addressing that array (which the Document Object Model will construct
    in page code order, btw) experimentally until you change the inner...
  17. Put this, to begin with, in the of...

    Put this, to begin with, in the <head></head> of your page:



    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    function changeDiv() {
    var newDivContent = '<div...
  18. You have only one id to work with, it seems. ...

    You have only one id to work with, it seems.

    Change the innerHTML of element "search_refinement_filters"
    like this:



    var newDivContent = '<div...
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    You have changed your request ! - The original...

    You have changed your request !
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    The original script you posted involved hiding/showing the <div> which
    contained an <img> tag. Only one image was cited in your <img> source
    attribute.
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    If...
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    Preload your images with something like: ...

    Preload your images with something like:



    var imageStore = new Array();
    imageStore[1] = new Image(450,300); // or whatever w and h you want
    imageStore[2] = new Image(450,300);
    imageStore[3]...
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    Amen to that. Open source and...

    Amen to that.

    Open source and freely-distributable software libraries and frameworks
    are the life-blood of our profession. Personally, I would feel very aggrieved
    if someone did this to my code...
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    We've all done it, sometime, sagimann ! :D ...

    We've all done it, sometime, sagimann !

    :D

    Chris
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    Hi MsM (and thanks for the PM :cool: ) - You...

    Hi MsM (and thanks for the PM :cool: )
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    You need some kind of database on your server for this.

    Javascript isn't really the finest tool for handling a real-time
    selling situation where stock...
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    Can you be a little more specific ? When you say...

    Can you be a little more specific ?
    When you say "it's for inventory", I'm not getting you.

    • Do you just want a counter that appears on the page and is
    counting down to zero regardless of user...
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    OK. That's all the obvious stuff out of the way....

    OK.
    That's all the obvious stuff out of the way. :(

    Do I understand correctly that all you desire of this script
    is to create a cross-browser compliant CSS3 style sheet which
    allows your...
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