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    Wow, I really am tired to have forgotten Chrome...

    Wow, I really am tired to have forgotten Chrome and it's staring me in the face on my desktop..
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    WordPress, Drupal and Joomla all have the...

    WordPress, Drupal and Joomla all have the capability built in to utilize the "next page" / "previous page" function.

    The tables are coded into the site, so that's just a matter of finding the...
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    Could you please post your code?

    Could you please post your code?
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    1. I no longer support IE6 since Microsoft...

    1. I no longer support IE6 since Microsoft stopped supporting it a couple of years ago.
    2. I usually test in IE7, IE8, and IE9 as well as Firefox, Safari and then I will test on a mobile device or...
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    I, myself, am a pretty big WordPress advocate for...

    I, myself, am a pretty big WordPress advocate for clients that shouldn't be editing their own sites, however, it does come with a LOT of strings attached. There's usually SO many processes going on...
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    Just for future reference, z-index only works on...

    Just for future reference, z-index only works on absolutely positioned items. So it won't effect anything positioned any other way.
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    Well you can do that one of two ways. Either you...

    Well you can do that one of two ways. Either you can create an image with the exact heights:



    #id {
    background: url(/images/image.jpg) repeat-x;
    height: 60px;
    width: 100%;
    }
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    Double check and make sure that there wrapper is...

    Double check and make sure that there wrapper is set to:



    #wrapper {
    margin: 0 auto;
    }


    I know that has messed me up a few times :)
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    It looks like you are trying to use JavaScript to...

    It looks like you are trying to use JavaScript to process your form. While that would work to not have the page refresh, you still need server side code in order for your form to write to your...
  10. Well, i feel incredibly stupid. I purposely setup...

    Well, i feel incredibly stupid. I purposely setup the initial naming convention to go through JavaScript to come up with the unique ids and setup the edit script to pull from the database the unique...
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    Well, I think you should start out looking at a...

    Well, I think you should start out looking at a few login scripts. That will help you setup that portion of the database / login functionality.

    The second portion would be the projects. This may...
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    This is a difficult question since there's...

    This is a difficult question since there's numerous answers, so forgive me, but I'll do my best.

    Multimedia Design consists of a bunch of different areas of design including graphics, video, web,...
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    I was actually just working on something similar...

    I was actually just working on something similar to this.

    This depends on what type of a document you would like to export from the form. In most cases you will need to setup a database so that...
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    Can you give a little more detail about what you...

    Can you give a little more detail about what you are trying to accomplish? Thanks!
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    You may want to consider moving from an iFrame to...

    You may want to consider moving from an iFrame to Objects since Iframes are really no longer supported.



    <object id="page" type="text/html"
    data="google.com"
    width="500"...
  16. You may want to look into including a captcha...

    You may want to look into including a captcha (i.e.: an image that has letters / text to do a basic check to see if a human is a human or a bot)

    https://developers.google.com/recaptcha/docs/php
  17. JavaScript is a wonderful thing :)

    JavaScript is a wonderful thing :)



    <script type="text/javascript">
    function optionCheck(){
    var option = document.getElementById("options").value;
    if(option == "show"){
    ...
  18. Also depends upon where you live as well.

    Also depends upon where you live as well.
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    You have an extra

    You have an extra </



    <div id="content"><h3>Welcome to my website.
    website is currently under construction.</</div> <!--end content-->
  20. Ok so I was finally able to get it to print out...

    Ok so I was finally able to get it to print out in an array, but now I'm not sure how to post this multi-dimensional array to the database.

    Here's what it's posting:


    Array ( [1] => my1Div,...
  21. Ahhh got it. What I'm wondering is because each...

    Ahhh got it. What I'm wondering is because each form element has the same "name" in it, and it's submitting multiple form elements, I'm thinking that's why it's overwriting the others. For example,...
  22. I can pm you the information if you like. It's a...

    I can pm you the information if you like. It's a plugin for WordPress so I can give you that login information or post more of the code.
  23. Yes, the print_r is before the loop, but...

    Yes, the print_r is before the loop, but ironically it prints out the same exact thing after the loop with the foreach error.

    I've tried it with JS, but it seems like what is happening is that...
  24. The form is being submitted with a normal Submit...

    The form is being submitted with a normal Submit button.
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    I think I understand what you're saying. If I do,...

    I think I understand what you're saying. If I do, then just swap:


    background-color: #ff0000;

    to:

    background: #ff0000;
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