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  1. Sorry but I am not really sure what you are...

    Sorry but I am not really sure what you are trying to do here, I created an example of the scripting you would need to hide and show things, but if you need any further help I will need you to...
  2. Sorry code tags :)

    Sorry code tags :)


    <html>
    <head>
    <!-- ADD THIS TO THE HEAD TAG -->
    <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.2/jquery.min.js"></script>

    <style>
    .ch-grid {
  3. I took the code that you sent and added the...

    I took the code that you sent and added the scripting needed, you can take the CSS and put that in a separate file, I just put it in the primary file for quick editing,

    Main things, you need the...
  4. Sorry, forgot to mention, set the css on the...

    Sorry, forgot to mention, set the css on the hidden content to

    #content {
    display:none
    }

    or inline

    <div id="content" style="display:none;"></div>
  5. I would think that the best way to do that would...

    I would think that the best way to do that would be to use jQuery on the image id:
    if the id (or class) on the image is #image and the content is #content then:



    <script>...
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    If you are setting a background image to the...

    If you are setting a background image to the header (or any div) it is easy to do in css, you can set its position, size, repeat, and alternate color(css3) in case the image doesn't fill it.

    eg: ...
  7. Thread: Message

    by fcomstoc
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    This is a fun idea, best of luck with it :)

    This is a fun idea, best of luck with it :)
  8. Thread: Help Please

    by fcomstoc
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    sorry missed end-quote onchange="myFunction()"

    sorry missed end-quote

    onchange="myFunction()"
  9. Thread: Help Please

    by fcomstoc
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    You can use javascript or jQuery to have the...

    You can use javascript or jQuery to have the popup messages come up
    if you add

    onchange="myFunction()

    the function will get called when the radio button changes and you can have it perform a...
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    Just another thought, if you need to recover your...

    Just another thought, if you need to recover your website after an update screws it up, it may be possible to get it from your hosting company, they usually make regular backups that you may be able...
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    Yes, but not really when it comes to the theme...

    Yes, but not really when it comes to the theme files, those don't really have anything that needs to be updated (unless you are using really advanced themes with tons of features - but most of those...
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    I can agree that DW can be a little odd, it is ok...

    I can agree that DW can be a little odd, it is ok if you use it as a text editor only (the issue mentioned really only happen when you use the visual editor), but when it comes to editing site-wide...
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    You could always just make a custom theme from...

    You could always just make a custom theme from the theme you are currently using, just copy the entire theme file, rename the folder and rename the theme in the css file, then you never have to worry...
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    If you are using dreamweaver already you can just...

    If you are using dreamweaver already you can just set up dreamweaver templates, any edit you make to the template file gets pushed to the other pages, including header, footer, nav, links etc. I used...
  15. Most of the development I do is for Wordpress, it...

    Most of the development I do is for Wordpress, it is much easier to start with desktop (build the custom template and functionality) and do the responsive afterwards, especially since the designs I...
  16. I currently work as a web developer at a...

    I currently work as a web developer at a marketing company, we use Wordpress (with custom themes and functionality, that I create), the big advantage and primary reason we do that is for SEO, other...
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    Honestly most of the time that I am awake ; 8+...

    Honestly most of the time that I am awake ; 8+ hours at work, then usually another 5+ afterwards, plus most of the time on the weekends (10+ hours a day) and that doesn't include the phone and iPad.
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    I know that I will get a lot of criticism for...

    I know that I will get a lot of criticism for this but my favorite text editor for web development is Dreamweaver, for a few reasons:
    First, it updates filenames and links automatically, this is...
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    Quick question, are you talking about Templates...

    Quick question, are you talking about Templates that work inside of a CMS (Content Management System) like wordpress, joomla, or drupal, or are you asking about HTML templates that you found? There...
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    I have never used godaddy, but I have only heard...

    I have never used godaddy, but I have only heard bad things about their support. I really think it is bad idea to host through them, can't say much for domain names though.

    All of my domains are...
  21. Thread: Introductions

    by fcomstoc
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    Hello everyone, my name is Frank, I am currently...

    Hello everyone, my name is Frank, I am currently a student studying web development, I am also the founder/owner of a small web development/media company. I am currently working on several client...
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