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    Everyone's saying know js first. Listen. It's...

    Everyone's saying know js first. Listen.

    It's like trying to learn ****ney rhyming slang without knowing english. Yes, you may be able to get something out, but you'd have no idea why it worked,...
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    JS first. There's also things that jQuery does...

    JS first. There's also things that jQuery does that having a good understanding of DOM structure and parsing can make faster. For example, when using the class selector, you should prefix the...
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    You could make the request from the same domain...

    You could make the request from the same domain server, process the get and return it. If using PHP on the back end, use http_get and perhaps something to parse the reply.
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    Ah, sorry, I thought you were looking at sub-sub...

    Ah, sorry, I thought you were looking at sub-sub menus when you said level 2 (as in two sublevels).

    Okay looking at your code, you need to do some housecleaning. You have three files
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    Can't seem to get to your site, it just goes to a...

    Can't seem to get to your site, it just goes to a domain squatter site.

    However, the most likely answer is that your selector is screwy. My guess is that you want to use the child selector...
  6. From your sample, it doesn't look like you're...

    From your sample, it doesn't look like you're handling the alpha.



    $newImg = imagecreatetruecolor($nWidth, $nHeight);
    imagealphablending($newImg, false);
    ...
  7. I think you need to resample the image, not...

    I think you need to resample the image, not resize.

    Look at an example for imagecopyresampled.
  8. Nope. Actually, what I'd like to do is be able...

    Nope. Actually, what I'd like to do is be able to always use BETWEEN, even if I don't know when the first/last record hit the database.

    So for example, "Give me all appointments after today"
    ...
  9. Does SQL support BEGIN/END OF TIME statements?

    I used to work on a database that would let you restrict a report date to BEGIN OF TIME (earliest date in the table's field) to END OF TIME (latest date in the table's field). They were really...
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    Figured it out: SELECT NAME FROM...

    Figured it out:



    SELECT NAME
    FROM TABLE_NAME a
    WHERE EXISTS (
    SELECT NULL
    FROM TABLE_NAME b
    WHERE a.NAME LIKE CONCAT( SUBSTR( b.NAME, 1, 4), '%')
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    Find similar records

    Okay, this one stumped me.

    We have an oracle 9 database, and I'll eventually be using PHP 5.2.x to eventually do the update, but for now, I'm using Oracle SQL*Plus.

    At this stage, we're...
  12. jQuery Fair enough. Thanks.

    Fair enough. Thanks.
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    AJAX My suggestion is to pick up something like...

    My suggestion is to pick up something like firefox/firebug and watch the console screen for the requests.

    If the requests are being generated, then the problem is server side, and might be the...
  14. Daanvh's solution is good, and probably the best...

    Daanvh's solution is good, and probably the best if you're new to javascript.

    The problem with Daanvh solution is scalability. Now it doesn't look like you need that solution right now, but if...
  15. jQuery Animate by i d changing - good idea/bad idea?

    I'm not sure about whether or not I should do this. Consider a 3 column format consisting of left, center and right.

    I see multiple (yet certainly and easily finite) ways of displaying this page...
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    frameElement seems to be supported in all...

    frameElement seems to be supported in all browsers. I think it's the better solution.
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    I need it in the child page (the iframe content)....

    I need it in the child page (the iframe content).

    Basically I have an iframe that communicates with the parent page. However, when the iframe content makes a request, it needs to ID itself.

    I...
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    Getting iframe id from within child.

    Okay, this should be a relatively simple answer, but I'm not sure how to go about it.

    Is it possible, for a script an iframe to go up the DOM structure and grab the ID of the frame, or does it...
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    You know, I'm not 100% sure. We're getting into...

    You know, I'm not 100% sure. We're getting into areas that are neither my specialty, nor I'm not fully aware of.

    I'd almost say it'd have to be a direct repeat, but I'd have to confirm. I just...
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    Yeah, that's what I thought might be necessary. ...

    Yeah, that's what I thought might be necessary. Actually, not that hard to send a text based email via program. We might look into a java app, though I doubt it, one of the reasons we went with a...
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    I should also note: Even if speed was a...

    I should also note:

    Even if speed was a factor, and I'm sure using sat comm it is, because we're talking 80s-90s tech, it's not going to improve.

    We don't want to lock down a radio freq for...
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    We're working with a scheduler, basically...

    We're working with a scheduler, basically updating port times, notifying where we're going to be and when we're going to be there. Because of the problem we're having with the latency, which...
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    Hi Om, Sorry about not being clear on this,...

    Hi Om,

    Sorry about not being clear on this, I'm kind of getting my head around the problem myself. We're still in the design phase of this, so now's the time to get my head around it.

    We can...
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    Communicating on ports other than 80

    I have a remote client that has a ridiculous latency over port 80, and we're looking to increase response time. Due to other factors, they do have a decent response time when sending email.
    ...
  25. AJAX Okay, if I'm catching you right, that's kind of...

    Okay, if I'm catching you right, that's kind of what I described as a possible solution.

    Mark each object with a unique ID, then keep some sort of structure that makes the object findable via that...
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