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    Yeah the subjects field is one that's grown....

    Yeah the subjects field is one that's grown.
    Basically there are 50 subjects, but that list may grow, and every teacher can be listed for up to 10 subjects.
    So do you think they should just be...
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    Here is the query: $query2 = "SELECT `id`,...

    Here is the query:


    $query2 = "SELECT `id`, `first`, `last`, `phone`, `mobile`, `notes`, `distance`, `postcode`
    FROM
    `teachers`
    WHERE (`teachers`.`$levela` = 'y' AND
    ...
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    Mysql Memory Tables

    I have a database containing approx 18k dates when people are unavailable.

    I query this for "are they available" and I also query their personal details to see if they can do the job I want them...
  4. That works for me. Thanks Mindzai. Yes it's...

    That works for me. Thanks Mindzai.

    Yes it's very big and clunky, but it's a freebie and it works, so I guess I can't ask for more than that!

    Cheers
    Dave
  5. clear: both;

    clear: both;
  6. Hi Steve Your li has to be told to clear the...

    Hi Steve

    Your li has to be told to clear the previous image and go back to the left.



    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"...
  7. Using the php metadata toolkit with multiple images

    I recently built a site for a photographer.
    He uploads a chunk of images by ftp. The script then parses the folder, creates thumbnails, extracts image names from the filename, and keywords from the...
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    If I'm doing an online shop then I would have...

    If I'm doing an online shop then I would have index.php, products.php, product.php, contact.php etc.
    Then the products.php displays whatever category is passed to it, whilst product.php displays...
  9. Thread: video cards

    by DaveSW
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    The 8800GT has an excellent rep. However, I do...

    The 8800GT has an excellent rep. However, I do know that the gts version takes a lot of power, not sure how much the gt uses, so you might want to check your psu is up to the job.
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    Firstly you haven't mentioned what database...

    Firstly you haven't mentioned what database system you're using that has these variables...

    Personally if I was creating a 7 page website I would just make it in html, and then use the php include...
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    you could use a non-breaking space ;)   ...

    you could use a non-breaking space ;)

    &nbsp;

    Or if it's essentially tabulated data you could use a table.
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    I usually put them into the object tag....

    I usually put them into the object tag.
    Otherwise it sometimes shows items that go outside the flash object borders - i.e. if you move something from off one side of the screen to off the other...
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    can you set a 3px border matching your background...

    can you set a 3px border matching your background color on all of the fields and increase their size accordingly? It then wouldn't change the physical dimensions when you change the color of the...
  14. Not sure where your banner goes, but here's the...

    Not sure where your banner goes, but here's the rest of it:



    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
    <html>
    <head>...
  15. Hi There Remove your float from #colMiddle...

    Hi There

    Remove your float from #colMiddle
    Then just set left and right margins of 133px or more to bring your content inwards, which will then expand with the screen size.

    Then make sure...
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    I've just used this:

    I've just used this:

    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">

    <html>
    <head>
    <title>Title</title>
    <style type="text/css">
    <!--
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    Based solely on the code you've provided: ...

    Based solely on the code you've provided:

    #content{
    width:500px;
    height:auto;
    margin:0px 0px 10px 210px;
    }
    You have a width and a margin applied, so it should.

    WebJoel has used the...
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    You might want to have a quick read of ...

    You might want to have a quick read of
    http://www.htmlgoodies.com/beyond/css/article.php/3620531
    or
    http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=BoxModelHack
    Either of those should help you along the...
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    forgot to put fixed in there: body { background:...

    forgot to put fixed in there:
    body { background: url(image.png) no-repeat fixed top left; }

    I've put them in the proper order too.
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    You're correct about creating an account, but......

    You're correct about creating an account, but... anyway...

    I think you're absolutely positioning the body tag, not the background...

    So try this instead:
    body { background: url(image.png) top...
  21. You might also want to check out curvelicious and...

    You might also want to check out curvelicious and slantastic on this page:
    http://meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/
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    yes the fairy is officially 3px shorter ;)

    yes the fairy is officially 3px shorter ;)
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    Without looking too closely, I'd guess you've...

    Without looking too closely, I'd guess you've floated all your images, and fairy is slightly shorter than the other three in the row, hence the giraffe has caught on the bottom edge of it...
    Now...
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    Try this:

    Try this:


    <style type="text/css"><!--
    ul { list-style-image: url('arrow.gif'); }
    --></style>


    For more details you can check out http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_list.asp
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    Using CSS allows greater flexibility when making...

    Using CSS allows greater flexibility when making site-wide changes layouts & design, and also controlling print layouts, which tables cannot do. There's a thread in the CSS forum at the moment where...
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