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  1. I fixed it. Thanks anyway

    I fixed it. Thanks anyway
  2. I misspoke above it's the last "node" that is...

    I misspoke above it's the last "node" that is showing up in the wrong place. So Regulatory Compliance is showing up in the left section.
  3. Some XML shows up in wrong element, some in the right one

    I am reading an XML file and looping through the contents, displaying node values in <li>. The problem I am having is the the first part of my output string is showing up in he wrong element....
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    [QUOTE=Tcobb;1297883]I don't think your JSON is...

    [QUOTE=Tcobb;1297883]I don't think your JSON is valid. I think you want something more like this:


    Thanks yes you're right I used the wrong format here, but my JSON file was written correctly....
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    Sorting JSON data into bins JS JQuery

    I am trying to sort a JSON file into "bins" based on a file extension. So I have .txt and .jpg values. Here is a sample of the JSON:



    { files:{
    {
    "src": "images/jordan"
    ...
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    BTW does it matter which attribute you use id vs....

    BTW does it matter which attribute you use id vs. class?
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    Yes, thanks for replying. I did have class="logo"...

    Yes, thanks for replying. I did have class="logo" in the image. I think I have figured it out though. It appears to have something to do with the fact that these are framed pages. I am working on...
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    Image positioning won't take

    Can someone explain why I can only get an image to position correctly using in line style as opposed to linking to a .css file?

    Here is some code:


    .logo{
    position:absolute;
    left:125px;...
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