Type: Posts; User:
that is the trick! thank you!
I have an email form: www.tomcooperforsheriff.com/conta.html that sends info to my contact2.php page. This is the php on that page:
i assume so? i actually didn't set it up myself. How would i go about checking?
i can view properties of SERVER2 with another account that has admin access to it. I also changed the audit rules...
when i first open sql management studio, it asks me to login. yes?
I choose windows authentication, and it blocks out the user/pass but puts in southeast\administrator as the user....
thats what i thought..but how come its telling me i have the wrong password?
I have SQL 2005 installed on a 64bit windows 2003 advanced server system. I just recently changed the password of the administrator account (which has always had access to sql) and now I can't login...
Unfortunately, using the technique you mentioned above made IE stop showing the background image all together.
Now i've figured out another way to do it so that it works right and that would be...
On the form fields, i've got the following css:
border:0px #dcc9a7 solid;
is there a style i can define to make the comments shorter and not stretch onto the background as they do?
thanks, and sorry
you are the best!
I wound up finding it on another site maybe 30 minutes after i posted here, but it does the same thing:
Okay, let me think of the best way to explain this. I've been searching google for hours trying to find a solution, but no luck. Maybe somebody on here can help?
So I'm trying to make this page so when you click on one of the fading rollover links, whichever else is 'on' is turned off, and the one that was clicked on, is turned on.
This is what I have so...
you may have more luck starting a new thread - good luck!
try this one:
yeah, i like that last one best.
maybe include it as a toggle. I don't know how you've written it exactly since i haven't downloaded it yet...but on scriptaculous, you can toggle an effect on/off.
That may be pretty neat
i think its great, but it should fade out much faster.
Also, I noticed if you click close, then click on 'give it a spin' again, it doesn't load the white box. :/
which line are you wanting to display at the end?
or program.php?id=$1 ?
this works perfect for me
Make sure D and I are capitalized...and make it the very first line of your .htaccess file.
do you work with php often? i have a bunch of tiny projects i'd like some help on. if they go anywhere, profits will be split. something you could be interested in?
k, i copied the php over to the show1 page and i'm just rebuilding the review page off it one step at a time to see what variable threw it off. so far, everything is working just dandy!
i'm assuming the review page is putting some code before other code...which needs not to happen. just figuring out which it is.
haha, i want to point this out.
i edited the show1 page to this:
$address = "615 E Washington Street";
$city = "Louisville";
$state = "KY";
$venue = "Sleep Chamber";
last but not least...the page show1 writes this:
<div id="map" width="85\%" style="height: 200px">
no difference here whatsoever. but this one...works?