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  1. To determine if the data you're getting from the...

    To determine if the data you're getting from the POST Is at fault, try adding string literals one at a time into the mail function instead of variables and see if you can get the mail to send...
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    I put together a really primitive example, but it...

    I put together a really primitive example, but it should solve your problem. You can customize it as you see fit :)



    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"...
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    Glad you got it!

    Glad you got it!
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    On the statements $approvals == approve and...

    On the statements

    $approvals == approve

    and

    $removals == remove,

    what exactly are those things on the right side of the equality operators? Do you mean for them to be strings?
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    This would be where you want to use Variable...

    This would be where you want to use Variable variables
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    You need to write to a file? Just look...

    You need to write to a file?

    Just look through those function names: You need to know what tools you have to work with, especially if you're dealing with building your own CMS.
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    Look through PHP's file functions...

    Look through PHP's file functions.
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    Also, the condition if($form_results='yes') ...

    Also, the condition

    if($form_results='yes')

    Will ALWAYS evaluate to true since you used the assignment operator (=) and not the equality operator (==). Make sure to change it to
    ...
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    And you were using the exact same browsers on...

    And you were using the exact same browsers on each PC?
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    Although the background image width and height...

    Although the background image width and height can't be manipulated via CSS2, you can simply make the background image an absolutely positioned element and then do



    img {height: 100px; ...
  11. Try jsLint (http://jslint.com) as a debugger....

    Try jsLint as a debugger. It's extremely strict and picks up many more problems that firebug or others won't tell you about. It picked up like 10 errors in the attachment.

    Try running your whole...
  12. As is, anyone with a non default setup in firefox...

    As is, anyone with a non default setup in firefox will have the bottom of the page cutoff. My addons at the top, for example, are taking up space.

    By making these changes, your site will be...
  13. Body ...

    Body



    <body>
    <div id="outer">
    <div id="imageMenu">

    <ul>
    <li class="home"><a href="index.htm">Home</a></li>
  14. Doctype,Header, and CSS

    Doctype,Header, and CSS



    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en"...
  15. Welcome to Webdeveloper, and welcome to...

    Welcome to Webdeveloper, and welcome to table-less layouts!

    First of all, thank you very much for validating your code before posting.

    And just to let you know, with the way you have ...
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    I agree it makes no sense why it should be...

    I agree it makes no sense why it should be floated, but it tends to do the trick. Maybe there are issues elsewhere I overlook. I guess I'll bring those problems to the forum sometime ;)
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    Generally when something that is the full width...

    Generally when something that is the full width of the container isn't budging down (like in this situation), floating it will (for some reason) help.

    If you float #footer to the left, the desired...
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    Sounds like this page covers everything you just...

    Sounds like this page covers everything you just asked about.

    http://www.echoecho.com/csslinks.htm
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    From what I know, there is not a clean way to...

    From what I know, there is not a clean way to accommodate to exactly what you want.

    Here's something I came up with for someone who was in a similar situation. It's a conditional line hight based...
  20. I'm not sure I understand exactly what you're...

    I'm not sure I understand exactly what you're asking. Are you wanting this image to change on some action like a rollover?

    If you just want a different background on the same div for a different...
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    Spot on, thanks a ton. I thought only the a had...

    Spot on, thanks a ton. I thought only the a had to be floated left.
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    UL Navigation

    Hello.

    So I'm trying to make my html more semantic, so I'm trying to avoid divs and spans as much as possible. I'm trying to make an unordered list navigation, but it shows up really choppy in...
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    Would be nice to see all of the code. I don't ...

    Would be nice to see all of the code. I don't work with fixed alot, but would specifying a left help?
  24. We can do a lot more for you if you post the...

    We can do a lot more for you if you post the code. :)
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    A div id is a unique identification for the div...

    A div id is a unique identification for the div element. If you want to repeat the styles, use a div class.

    See Div Class vs Div ID
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