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Thanks. That works perfectly.
Is it also possible to make it just produce the three words automatically without clicking a button and have it just deposit itin a line rather than a form?
I wanted to modify a script to return a three letter "sentence" when the page loads and ideally inline rather than as part of a form.
I found the code below written by Paul McFeddries...
I'm developing a game involving conflict resolution by adversarial rolling of two 6-sided dice per person.
I'm trying to determine the probability of the adversaries winning. A mathematical...
I'd like my final solution to be as follows: I will retain my current IE6...
Thanks for your reply.
That looks short and to the point. I'm encouraged.
I nested that within my browser conditional and the following code seems to function correctly. How does it look to the...
I've got a 3 column layout page with a separate css for ie6 that uses a width expression command to set max width.
width:expression(document.body.clientWidth > 800? "800px": "auto" );
I've figured out how to specify a height and width for a randomly called image using php.
For posterity here is my method...
# file containg image descriptions
I know they're not required. I had an automatic size fetching snippet in there which I removed because I want to specify the displayed image size.
I could just duplicate the image files, resize...
I have a php script that calls an image and various other items but I decided I wanted to specify the image size rather than have it look for it and apply it itself.
Problem is I don't know...
All fixed... Thanks to ray326 right here and Dan A and all4nerds at devshed and sitepoint respectively.
For posterity here are the links.
1st version css
Thanks for the speedy reply.
I tried inserting that command. It certainly moves the red bar down but it now looks like it only starts below the width of the content.
I'm updating my personal site from tables. Although I've had experience and success with both two column and three column css layouts, now that I'm trying to incorporate a tabbed navigation bar based...
Staring me in the face for hours.
Thank you. Now the bald patches in my scalp can heal while I have a smile on my face.
I have this at the top of my document.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
That's a very generous effort. I appreciate it greatly.
I doubt I'll be able to return the favour but I'll try and pay it forward.
Thank you for the speedy reply. I've had a play around with what you've suggested but I clearly don't get it.
It looks like my && line was correct but I don't undersatand how to nest the regular...
I'm sure my question is very simple but I'm running around in circles wasting...
Trying to be a good web citizen I copied this
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>coding from WC3 to and made it the first line of my .html file.
I've since discovered though that placing it...
Do you recommend any one in particular?
I like the look of the tredosoft multiple ie install.
Anyone have experience or opinions?
Of course. I'm a moron.
Like I said. I know just enough to be dangerous.
In a sort of related matter I'm about to install ie 7. Do you get the option to not overwrite ie 6?
Yes and yes.
ie_fixes.css is a much better name and... duh on my part for not making the connection between the cascading within a sheet and between sheets.
so ie_fixes.css will look like this...
Thanks again Kravvitz.
My last post was being written as you wrote your reply rendering my question sort of superfluous and punishing me once again for my slow typing and inability to construct...
Thank you for taking the time to respond so fully. I am very appreciative.
One more question occurs to me.
In what order do the actions occur when a browser reads a page?
Does it read the...
But would it make sense to put the conditional before the "regular" style sheet?
I found this sentence particularly amusing in the context of my question.
That looks good. Unfortunately I know just enough about web development to be dangerous.
I could copy that in but I'd like to understand it a little. What does le mean?
By the look of it it...