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  1. First you'll need to size that image down. ...

    First you'll need to size that image down.

    Second, you'll need to upload the image to your web server.

    Third, you'll need to find the code that makes up the header.

    Last, you'll need to edit...
  2. Thread: What is this?

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    Seeing what? The 400 Error?

    Seeing what? The 400 Error?
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    I've got $5 that says this is for a school...

    I've got $5 that says this is for a school project (which is why he has to "create a CMS on his own").

    As the others have described, you'll want to search Google for things like "build a cms." ...
  4. Google is using a PNG as their logo today: ...

    Google is using a PNG as their logo today:

    https://www.google.com/logos/doodles/2014/leo-tolstoys-186th-birthday-5756677508825088.2-res.png

    Guess they've never built a website before.
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    This topic is from 4 years ago ... lol. Maybe...

    This topic is from 4 years ago ... lol. Maybe that forum didn't exist?
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    The code has been modified to hide them on load:...

    The code has been modified to hide them on load:
    http://codepen.io/anon/pen/stldx
  7. Should be pretty simple to convert everything to...

    Should be pretty simple to convert everything to inline.

    Your CSS may look something like this:



    p {margin: 10px 0; font-size: 1.2em;}
    .sub-text {font-size: 1em; color: #555;}
    li...
  8. My guess is the border is set on the table...

    My guess is the border is set on the table element ... not the TR or TD. Where's the code or markup for the start of the table?
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    Well you wouldn't want to float your footer to...

    Well you wouldn't want to float your footer to the left. I've changed the float to "margin: 0 auto;" which centers it. You can see the revised version here:
    http://codepen.io/anon/pen/bilhd
  10. One option would be using a CMS such as Drupal to...

    One option would be using a CMS such as Drupal to handle this.

    You could create a custom record for "Events" with the fields of information (ex: date, genre, venue, etc.) You could then use the...
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    What isn't floating correctly? I put your code...

    What isn't floating correctly?

    I put your code here so we can see and modify it:
    http://codepen.io/anon/pen/bilhd
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    Change it to a span and modifying your code a...

    Change it to a span and modifying your code a little should work. Try this:



    <div style="width:5000px;height:100px;border:0px; background-image:url('file://E:/DR Liq...
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    The output tag is not supported in IE. I've been...

    The output tag is not supported in IE. I've been developing sites for 8 years now and I've never even seen that tag!

    http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_output.asp
  14. I *think* you'll need to create a PHP function...

    I *think* you'll need to create a PHP function that will store a session variable. So you'll use JavaScript to listen for the change, then using AJAX, you'd send the information to the PHP function...
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    I have no idea how this works without any content...

    I have no idea how this works without any content in there. Is your only page talking about Eggs?
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    They seem to be styling the same for me: ...

    They seem to be styling the same for me:

    http://codepen.io/anon/pen/yCEKe

    I did have to close your select box though.
  17. Langba, A couple things. 1. You can't have...

    Langba,

    A couple things.

    1. You can't have multiple ID's on a page. Use classes instead.
    2. I'm not sure what you're trying to do here: $("#" + this.value).show().hide();
    3. I've created a...
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    Tables also don't work well with responsive...

    Tables also don't work well with responsive design. A list approach is much more flexible for changing the view for mobile as you can easily change the CSS to order things vertically instead of...
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    How is a LIST of songs tabular data? A gibberish...

    How is a LIST of songs tabular data? A gibberish use of lists? Either option is fine ...
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    You can display it however you want. A list...

    You can display it however you want. A list would be another choice:



    <ul>
    <li>
    <span class="title">Song 1</span>
    <span class="arist">Artist 1</span>
    <span class="genre">Rock</span>...
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    An HTML table is one way to display it. Simply...

    An HTML table is one way to display it. Simply run some SQL with PHP and return the results into a table. There are tons of PHP/MySQL tutorials out there.
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    My only comment would be with the responsiveness....

    My only comment would be with the responsiveness. It doesn't seem to snap to a thin layout.
  23. I'm confused. You would simply have two options....

    I'm confused. You would simply have two options. One would be the "play" where you could use the Media Element JS script. The other would be download, where you can use the method that you already...
  24. Thread: Form Help

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    Here's a quick example:...

    Here's a quick example:
    http://codepen.io/anon/pen/eobfk/
  25. Impressive. The only thing I would consider...

    Impressive.

    The only thing I would consider is adding your work/portfolio. Other than that, I think this is a great layout.
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