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  1. This seems to be a common question, and there...

    This seems to be a common question, and there appear to be some workable solutions. This is a Javascript forum (Javascript is not Java), so here's one offered solution from someone else: scroll down...
  2. Blasphemy is correct. Your Database retrieval...

    Blasphemy is correct. Your Database retrieval command (SELECT) is not returning the database value, probably because it does not exist.

    Are you using phpMyAdmin???

    If not, your very first job...
  3. Your anchor link basically runs your PHP file but...

    Your anchor link basically runs your PHP file but never passes up the data regarding the selection in the client. Your value $txt should show up undefined within the PHP script.

    You have several...
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    First off, you don't appear even to have...

    First off, you don't appear even to have well-formed, let alone valid, XML markup there.

    Your other problem appears to be that you have character encodings set improperly.

    You don't describe...
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    Okay, now the REAL question on xml sitemap...

    Okay, now the REAL question on xml sitemap generation is which one do you use?
  6. The thing about a non-displayed block element...

    The thing about a non-displayed block element that suddenly appears is that all other elements are sort of pushed around (re-flowed), and that can be unnerving for the user.

    One way around it...
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    You want to re-style a button so that it looks...

    You want to re-style a button so that it looks more like an anchor (link) element than a button?

    If your button has the id attribute with value set to mybutton:

    #mybutton {...
  8. In standard HTML, the anchor element has no...

    In standard HTML, the anchor element has no attribute called value.
  9. Thread: css woes

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    You need to take the time to learn HTML and CSS. ...

    You need to take the time to learn HTML and CSS. To get a working knowledge of HTML would take you 1-2 days, and maybe the same for CSS, depending on how fast your read, browse and work the learning...
  10. Thread: css woes

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    First of all, it looks you are trying to contain...

    First of all, it looks you are trying to contain a block element (<ul>) with an inline element (<span>). That's not how it works.

    Most problems are solved when you first validate the HTML in your...
  11. For the ultimate in validation, go here: W3C...

    For the ultimate in validation, go here: W3C Markup Validation Service

    It is the final authority.

    These are the keepers of what was previously called the HTML "recommendation."

    They were...
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    I suspected that your solution was to be found in...

    I suspected that your solution was to be found in using the CSS position property since, combined with the top/right/bottom/left properties, it is a major layout determinant particularly for fluid...
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    1. Because XHTML requires closing tags on...

    1. Because XHTML requires closing tags on elements, it gives people what they want or expect because it must be validated to be rendered, and it is true that a lot of people making markup that is...
  15. 1. You don't say what element you are applying...

    1. You don't say what element you are applying the float to.
    2. A <p> element is normally a block element: did you try display:inline on it?
    3. You don't provide an image (screencap) of the...
  16. Try using unset($tempOriginal) just prior to the...

    Try using unset($tempOriginal) just prior to the if block to make sure it is "empty." I realize there are lot of other tests (including setting $tempOriginal to the boolean false), but undefining...
  17. One of your major problems is that you have at...

    One of your major problems is that you have at least 17 errors in your HTML markup. Once all errors in markup are cleaned up, you usually get what you are looking for. Fix the bad HTML, and then...
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    Your description in words is not conveying what...

    Your description in words is not conveying what your problem is. I tried playing with things based on what you said, but I am not following. I have attached an image of what I am seeing as well as...
  19. There are two way to see the HTML file in your...

    There are two way to see the HTML file in your browser.

    1. You can just open it up (or drag-n-drop it on the client window) using the browser. The HTML file is then read "locally" or rather,...
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    Paul Jean Mat...

    <table>
    <tr><td>Paul <td>Jean
    <tr><td>Mat <td>Frank
    </table>

    This will validate under HTML 5 or HTML 4.01 Strict. If you are using XHTML, you must used closing tags.

    All those attributes in...
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    You have several major problems. One is that you...

    You have several major problems. One is that you don't use the 'var' keyword, which is bad practice ALWAYS! You also need to learn how to use the semicolon, which is a statement completer, not used...
  22. You discuss PHP output, I believe, and discuss...

    You discuss PHP output, I believe, and discuss the interaction with a form. Perhaps if you include an image of the form and how the user interacts with it, that might generate both more interest in...
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    The getComputedStyle() method returns an object...

    The getComputedStyle() method returns an object of type CSSStyleDeclaration.

    While that object does have the .setProperty() method, the .getComputedStyle() method returns only a read-only...
  24. Okay, you are saying that some web developer is...

    Okay, you are saying that some web developer is basically looking at a raster graphics image file, either on a screen or printed on paper, and just working out the code from scratch....that' is...
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    Your anchor (a element) is probably in a...

    Your anchor (a element) is probably in a paragraph (P) or block (div) or maybe a list item (li), right? Let's say list item (you can style it any way you want)

    So I might set up the left side...
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