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I have these DIVs. They display tabs from jQuery UI.
I thought about that mobile site idea. Thanks for the suggestions about jQTouch. That looks AWESOME. They have a limited number of menus and sometimes you're waiting around to see whats on the list....
Were my suggestions of any help, if you don't mind me asking? I'm new to HELPING people with problems rather than asking about my problems.
You're going to need to change pixels to percentages then.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
Makes me want to buy one, and I don't even know what it is. They just look cool and big.
As long as Japan stops shaking, I'm available to read it.
Try this maybe:
font-family:/*"Helvetica LT Std", */Helvetica, Arial, Verdana;
It's possible. So, a playlist that people vote on or poll for basically. What type of web server are you on right now?
Change the id "delayed" from a button to whole DIV. Reinsert the button and then drop a <a> tag in there.
Post your code and lets take a look. Are you making a photo album viewer of sorts?
Oh WHAT UP, your suggestion worked perfectly. Thank you
parseXMLTask is the Microsoft XML DOM
var parseXMLTask = new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM");
Make your own alert box, then you can do whatever you want.
You could use a jQuery slideToggle for onmouseover and onmouseout. Use a transparent image of a vine and overlay it on said image. Do a delay for all four sides.
It'll look kinda weird if it is set...
Sounds like homework if you have so many restrictions. Otherwise, I'd suggest not making "#links" and "#stay" dynamic.
Have you tried jQuery's toggle function?
Pretty cool thing, usually if it is just
it toggles show/hide.
However, if you pass two predefined functions through it, as in...
What exactly are you looking for. Descriptions kind of vague. Also with this be a local or server side requirement?
I have some friends who own a cafe here in Japan and after recently looking at their site (covered in Flash and last updated in 2007) I offered to make a new site for them. I don't want to...
Good morning/afternoon/evening(depending on whatever time zone you are in),