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  1. @SergeyKocha I do not recognize the...

    @SergeyKocha

    I do not recognize the pseudo-code you are using, what is it? Anyway, I am not a fan of HTML or CSS preprocessors (if that is what it is). I think that HTML5 and CSS3 are quite...
  2. @Nap0leon, How is restructuring the array...

    @Nap0leon,

    How is restructuring the array after every question "easier" than allocating a random value to each question, then displaying the questions sequentially in the value order?
  3. There seems to be just one break point at which...

    There seems to be just one break point at which the display changes from fixed width multi-column to full width single column. This is set at an unnecessarily wide display, which results in an...
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    Hi and welcome to the site. There are a number of...

    Hi and welcome to the site. There are a number of steps you need to take. Broadly they can be summarised as:

    1. Input Form:
    a) Create an HTML input form.
    b) Add client-side validation (if...
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    @lee walker I'm not sure of the meaning you...

    @lee walker

    I'm not sure of the meaning you associate with the term "layout" in "the foremost task is to layout the key ideas". Did you mean it literally, or did you mean "present"? Or what?
    ...
  6. Hi and welcome. I haven't read your code in...

    Hi and welcome.

    I haven't read your code in detail, but I would suggest a different(?) method of randomizing the order: Allocate a random number to each question first, then sort on that numeric...
  7. Try: function nameString(firstname) { var...

    Try:


    function nameString(firstname) {
    var textLine = 'Hi, I am' + ' ' + firstname;
    return (textLine);
    };

    console.log(nameString('Jared'));
  8. You will have to give us more information than...

    You will have to give us more information than that! But in general, what you probably need is a media query (or two). Can you give us a link to your code, and tell us what needs to change, and when,...
  9. The purpose of pseudo-elements is to modify the...

    The purpose of pseudo-elements is to modify the presentation of content in particular circumstances. For information on the use of pseudo-elements, please use Google or other search engine. For...
  10. Thread: hello guyz

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    How??? You have not given the URL...

    How??? You have not given the URL...
  11. Thread: FTP error

    by jedaisoul
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    I'm sorry, but you have not given enough...

    I'm sorry, but you have not given enough information about:
    - the file?
    - the server?
    - how you are accessing ftp?

    The term "FTP" refers to a protocol and a somewhat user hostile command line...
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    There is simply too much code in your sites for...

    There is simply too much code in your sites for me to have time to work out exactly what is going on!. So all I can suggest is that you disable individual pieces of functionality in the slow site...
  13. Other I doubt that shunting the following images aside...

    I doubt that shunting the following images aside to reveal a piece of text would look good in practice, even if it were practical. A far simpler, and more practical, solution might be to use the...
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    @joy92 The only code in this thread is mine,...

    @joy92

    The only code in this thread is mine, so I guess your comment was addressed to me? If so, I'd appreciate an explanation of the problems you see in it. Thanks.

    As for learning HTML and...
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    The problem with blocking someone from copying...

    The problem with blocking someone from copying the URL is that there are other ways of achieving the same effect anyway (which I won't go into)... ;)
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    Switching to PHP does not require you to rename...

    Switching to PHP does not require you to rename your files to .PHP, that is just the default behaviour. Besides which, switching to PHP has other advantages: e.g. If at a future date you want to...
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    Hi and welcome. Please give the URLs of the...

    Hi and welcome.

    Please give the URLs of the sites, so we can look at them as a whole.
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    @\\.\ My comment was intended in the context...

    @\\.\

    My comment was intended in the context of responsive web design, where you can not assume that the width of a display is greater than the height.
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    Hello and welcome. I'm not sure I understand...

    Hello and welcome.

    I'm not sure I understand your request, but the first problem I see is that the page could be very slow to load if it contains multiple IFrames. So your main problem could be...
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    Hello and welcome. I'm not the right person to...

    Hello and welcome.

    I'm not the right person to solve your problem, but I can at least point you in the right direction. If you want to interface between JavaScript and SQL, the usual way to do it...
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    Hello and welcome. I have every sympathy with...

    Hello and welcome.

    I have every sympathy with your predicament, but there is no easy answer. :( The page may well have been generated with a CMS (like WordPress), which makes extensive use of CSS...
  22. Speak to the System Admins. They should be able...

    Speak to the System Admins. They should be able to advise what you are, and are not, allowed to do, and how to do it! ;)
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    1. The syntax should be ::before not :before. ...

    1. The syntax should be ::before not :before.

    2. It is not fully supported by all browsers.

    3. Where has it been used in the site you linked???
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    Absolute positioning can be used to overlap...

    Absolute positioning can be used to overlap elements. It is also useful when you want to include fixed width and/or height elements in a responsive design. E.g.:



    <html>
    <head>...
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    No it won't work.

    No it won't work.
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