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  1. Yes, your question makes sense, and none of the...

    Yes, your question makes sense, and none of the responses do...

    I suspect few people use the DW WYSIWYG mode, so your answer is hard to figure.

    Sorry.
  2. Thread: screen.width

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    No worries Dim... I mean Jim :) I'm no JS...

    No worries Dim... I mean Jim :)

    I'm no JS master, but here's a link to what appears to be your answer - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3333329/javascript-get-browser-height
  3. Show us that actual link. I'm guessing it's...

    Show us that actual <a> link. I'm guessing it's missing http:// in front of it, or a similar syntax error.
  4. Thread: screen.width

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    The point is the screen is the physical screen,...

    The point is the screen is the physical screen, not the browser. If you tried your code using a monitor of different resolution, it should report different numbers.
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    For your z-index to work, you need to set the...

    For your z-index to work, you need to set the table style to position:relative
  6. Yup. Always best adapt to whatever page size the...

    Yup. Always best adapt to whatever page size the user selected rather than writing code to change it for him...
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    Do the pages still have all the PHP code in them,...

    Do the pages still have all the PHP code in them, or is it not even there? Yes, if the site is PHP and you don't know PHP, it could be a bit of a project to be maintaining it....
  8. I would need to see the file medium.css to say....

    I would need to see the file medium.css to say. There's nothing in the style I provided to center that div, so I presume you've centered it in medium.css

    Presuming you've got a doctype on the...
  9. Using the css I gave you is a way to make a web...

    Using the css I gave you is a way to make a web site flexible to grow and shrink with the size of the page, which is what you wanted. Using media queries allows you many more options. A true...
  10. Given what you're saying about the page size, I...

    Given what you're saying about the page size, I would think your outer div would look like:


    #wrap {
    min-width:1024px;
    max-width:75%;
    }


    Have you tried it like that? I don't see any reason...
  11. The yelp site you link to is a fixed with site,...

    The yelp site you link to is a fixed with site, 960px wide, centered on the page with a red header across the top at 100% width of the screen. It doesn't change with the aspect ratio of the monitor,...
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    You would make a style, something like this: ...

    You would make a style, something like this:


    #homepage-box-3 a {color:#F00}
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    Styling is a css thing. Your other links are...

    Styling is a css thing.

    Your other links are styled via this css in your stylesheet:


    .homepage-boxes .textwidget p a {
    color: #FFFFFF;
    margin: 5px;
    text-decoration: underline;...
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    There's no need to move the domain registration...

    There's no need to move the domain registration over to iPage, unless you're not happy with 1&1's service. Many, if not most, domains on the internet are not registered at the same place as the web...
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    Toward the top of those pages, you have a meta...

    Toward the top of those pages, you have a meta redirect back to the index page. It looks like:


    <META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=index.php?hf=3&filename=index.htm">

    You'd need to...
  16. It depends what other capabilities you mean when...

    It depends what other capabilities you mean when you say "your whole website", and whether those are available to install on your local machine. If you can get and install them locally, then the...
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    I suspect the code you're looking at comes from a...

    I suspect the code you're looking at comes from a CMS, and real people aren't typing it in. So they're just leaving it as it was given to them. The space is not needed.

    I doubt "almost all...
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    I have no idea why display:none wasn't suggested...

    I have no idea why display:none wasn't suggested in 2010 when this question was asked, but I suspect the OP has since found a solution to the problem :)
  19. I thought that's what you asked for - text...

    I thought that's what you asked for - text outside your fixed div shouldn't show. Did you try overflow:scroll, maybe that's a better option?
  20. If you style that div with "overflow:hidden" it...

    If you style that div with "overflow:hidden" it will discard the text that pushes outside the div.

    The characterization in your first sentence though, is not correct. People are suggesting (and...
  21. Just in case this is useful - html/css version of...

    Just in case this is useful - html/css version of it:


    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>Box Sizing</title>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <style type="text/css">
    #banner {
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    Whether the OP or the one I provides, here's an...

    Whether the OP or the one I provides, here's an English version for this:


    return (( ( ayr[7] >> ch | tons >> ch )
    & ( ayr[7] >> ch+3 | noiv )
    &...
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    I'm missing the part that's not syntactically...

    I'm missing the part that's not syntactically correct, but certainly agree it's a nightmare to decipher... :)
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    Not that it's any easier to read: if...

    Not that it's any easier to read:


    if (ayr[8+ch] & 0x10)
    return (( ( ayr[7] >> ch | tons >> ch )
    & ( ayr[7] >> ch+3 | noiv )
    & 1 ) *...
  25. Maybe, but coothead's response deserves "post of...

    Maybe, but coothead's response deserves "post of the month" :) :) :)
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