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  1. I assume that dropdown menu is CSS based with...

    I assume that dropdown menu is CSS based with jQuery as the transition. You have set that 4px border to the bottom of the links at the top. You would need to add the same border to the top of the...
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    what do you mean 'app developers'?

    what do you mean 'app developers'?
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    Haha. By giving an example wouldn't I just be...

    Haha. By giving an example wouldn't I just be doing it for you? check http://docs.jquery.com/Tutorials for tutorials using jQuery. It looks like you already have the relevant knowledge on the CSS...
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    This may be of interest to you - it doesn't hand...

    This may be of interest to you - it doesn't hand you the answer but it may point you in the right direction.

    http://www.alistapart.com/articles/holygrail/
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    I believe the dollar symbol refers to the end of...

    I believe the dollar symbol refers to the end of a string, although I'm not entirely sure it works in this application.

    A good reference to use regarding selectors is the following:
    ...
  6. Give one of them an id and set margin-left or...

    Give one of them an id and set margin-left or margin-right depending



    <form method="get" action=" www. ">
    <input id="text-margin" type="text" name="q" size="31" maxlength="255" value="" />...
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    In my view there are few ways to go about this....

    In my view there are few ways to go about this. If the links are contained in seperate pages it is easy to highlight them differently, the other option would be to write some javascript to recognise...
  8. www.w3schools.com

    www.w3schools.com
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    Pasting an enormous block of code which has...

    Pasting an enormous block of code which has little relevance to your problem is a sure fire way to not get the response you're looking for.

    To summarize: You want a link to be highlighted...
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    I can only assume you're referring to an unsorted...

    I can only assume you're referring to an unsorted list and list elements - You can alter this by editing the margin height

    ul li {
    margin: 5px 0 0 0;
    }

    or you could similarly use...
  11. Hi, This should be related to z-index. Have...

    Hi,

    This should be related to z-index. Have you validated your markup?
  12. Thread: ip capture

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    This can be done using a scripting language. I...

    This can be done using a scripting language. I quickly googled it and came up with this:

    http://www.hashemian.com/tools/visitor-IP.htm
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    I see. Wouldn't using percentage values be more...

    I see. Wouldn't using percentage values be more suitable especially considering the users desktop dimensions and browser?
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    I see no good reason to not use pixels for inches...

    I see no good reason to not use pixels for inches when defining some elements.
    What is it you're applying a height/width to? I suppose that's the relevant question I need to ask... !
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    I would avoid inches personally. Pixels provides...

    I would avoid inches personally. Pixels provides more accuracy however I'm not sure I fully understand what you mean with regards to cross-browser compatibility?

    To be honest, I'm not sure what...
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    This is not done using HTML. Google tutorials on...

    This is not done using HTML. Google tutorials on JavaScript and/or use the JavaScript forum on this site.
  17. You're completely right! My apologies :)

    You're completely right! My apologies :)
  18. Not all browsers fully support HTML 5 and may...

    Not all browsers fully support HTML 5 and may render pages differently.
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    :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:...

    :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:

    I'm not sure this is displaying correctly on the forum...
  20. Am I being stupid or should the url for folders...

    Am I being stupid or should the url for folders not open with a forward slash?

    in his example


    background-image: url(/images/bg.jpg);

    Should be?
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    Hi Chrisandclem, I am using Google Chrome and...

    Hi Chrisandclem,

    I am using Google Chrome and all of the above displays as intended. It's all working :)

    Have you tried clearing your cache?
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    Unfortunately I am unable to view that page from...

    Unfortunately I am unable to view that page from my location. Can you set up an example at http://jsfiddle.net/?
  23. Start your HTML page with the following: ...

    Start your HTML page with the following:


    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
    <html lang="ru">
    <head>
    <meta...
  24. XML isn't really the issue here, it's whatever...

    XML isn't really the issue here, it's whatever language you choose to generate the XML file. The XML itself is arbitrary.

    As you have mentioned the use of javascript: I don't think this is the...
  25. I'm not entirely sure I understand you. I see a...

    I'm not entirely sure I understand you. I see a mash of words. Can you try to explain your problem a little more clearly?

    If I have understood this (which I don't think I have) my initial thought...
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