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  1. Thanks! My friend also explained it to me, so...

    Thanks!

    My friend also explained it to me, so I understand the reasoning now. It was pretty simple, as he asked what I would have expected to happen if instead of passing mtaSmall(A, B, C) that I...
  2. Wow, that was exactly it. Thank you! For some...

    Wow, that was exactly it. Thank you!
    For some reason I didn't think of encapsulating them inside quotes like that, since none of the other functions seemed to need them. I also thought the quotes...
  3. Odd issue with function arguments being undefined

    Hello everyone,

    I currently have a problem with some Javascript code that I can't seem to figure out.
    Full disclosure: I've never really played with Javascript before. I've used (X)HTML, CSS and...
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    In your HTML, place the floated Right Div before...

    In your HTML, place the floated Right Div before the Main Div.
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    An idea- what if you floated the middle div...

    An idea- what if you floated the middle div inside the main div and extended the main div across to the right hand column?

    Edit: Nevermind, I need to learn to read in the mornings.

    Edit2:
    I...
  6. CSS is for styling HTML/XHTML, not for text. It...

    CSS is for styling HTML/XHTML, not for text.
    It is impossible to style an external *txt file using CSS, as far as I know.
  7. A text file is just that - text. It can't be...

    A text file is just that - text. It can't be styled because it's basically like opening it up in Notepad.

    In order to style that text, you can not have it inside a *txt file. You need to pull it...
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    That's an interesting point. I'll see if I can...

    That's an interesting point. I'll see if I can play around with it some time tonight. Thanks for the suggestions and code snippets. If it can really automatically add rows, that might be good. Does...
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    Perfect - Thanks guys! Tables now only need to...

    Perfect - Thanks guys!

    Tables now only need to be defined the class and the rest is done automatically. I'm not sure if I needed border-spacing since I have border-collapse, but I'll leave it...
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    Yes it's a bunch of pictures, I never thought...

    Yes it's a bunch of pictures, I never thought about it as a "list" of pictures though.

    Wouldn't that be dependent on the width and height specified in the CSS?
    As I said, these thumbnails will...
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    Thanks for all the responses guys! smyhre hit...

    Thanks for all the responses guys!
    smyhre hit the nail right on the head, I can't believe I missed that.
    The table is going to be 600px wide no matter what is in it, but the height will vary. I...
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    Tables, XHTML Strict and CSS

    Hello,

    I'm trying to see if I can get this table formatted in such a way so that it passes XHTML strict. Currently, my doctype is set to transitional, but I'd like to keep it as close to strict as...
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    Thanks, I used ems just to be consistent. I...

    Thanks, I used ems just to be consistent.
    I played around with it and I think this yields the best 'look'

    ul {padding-left: 2em;}
    ol {padding-left: 2.5em;}
    ul ul, ol ul {padding-left: 1em;}
    ul...
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    Thanks again! I'm not very knowledgeable about...

    Thanks again!

    I'm not very knowledgeable about this, so let me see if I got it right..

    ul, ol (WITH comma) - Targets both ul and ol separately at the same time.
    ul ol (WITHOUT comma) - Targets...
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    Thanks again for the explanation, Centauri....

    Thanks again for the explanation, Centauri.
    Sorry for the late response, I've been busy with the back-end as well as with this front-end.

    Okay, so basically margin and padding do the same thing,...
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    Thanks Centauri, I was playing around with it...

    Thanks Centauri, I was playing around with it (WebDeveloper for Firefox is awesome, live edits!) I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out what the difference between adding margin and padding for the...
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    Thanks, I'll try to add that.. would it be ul,...

    Thanks, I'll try to add that.. would it be ul, ol, li {padding: 0 0 0 1em;}? Or I guess I could define padding-left directly and hopefully leave the others at 0.

    As for that last thing about the...
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    No, I have no changed anything for IE6 yet. There...

    No, I have no changed anything for IE6 yet. There is currently a very incomplete IE6 stylesheet that's being loaded, but all that's on it are several IE6 hacks that I didn't need anymore on the main...
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    Oh, all right, I'll do that then. Which design...

    Oh, all right, I'll do that then.

    Which design do you guys prefer, by the way? The first one or the second one?

    Also.. if you guys noticed, that unordered list in the second dummy entry is...
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    Thanks, I tried that but it didn't seem to get...

    Thanks, I tried that but it didn't seem to get rid of it.. curiously though, IE7 does not have this gap at the bottom, it stretches the footer all the way to the bottom of the browser window.

    I...
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    Thanks you two, you're both very helpful. To...

    Thanks you two, you're both very helpful.

    To respond-
    Yes, I am using XHTML 1.0 Transitional Doctype, although TIDY thinks it's closer to Strict. Of course that's because there's only very basic...
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    Hmmm, I suppose no one knows of a way to do it...

    Hmmm, I suppose no one knows of a way to do it without absolute positioning either lol.

    I guess I can get away with only using it once, right?

    Are the scrollbars always 16px wide? It measures...
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    I'm having no luck doing this without absolute...

    I'm having no luck doing this without absolute positioning.. is it really bad if I have to end up relying on it? The only way I've gotten it even remotely to look the way I need it to right now is to...
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    Thanks for helping out again :) I'm also trying...

    Thanks for helping out again :)
    I'm also trying various things right now, with no luck.

    To respond-
    How does the <body> element normally figure out the height then? at 100%, it stops at the...
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    Oops, sorry for the late reply - I fell asleep...

    Oops, sorry for the late reply - I fell asleep last ngiht, lol. >_<
    To answer your questions:

    Yes, the entire content including header will be 960px wide and centered. I could've put everything...
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