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    The bottom line is that it can be done, but it's...

    The bottom line is that it can be done, but it's a bad idea.

    It's a misuse of the whole idea of a password.
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    rfronz, the font being specified must exist on...

    rfronz, the font being specified must exist on the browsing computer. Most browsers will attempt to use a "reasonable facsimile" if they font is not available to them. You can override this by...
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    Well, I built the site for Firefox using CSS, and...

    Well, I built the site for Firefox using CSS, and as I said, it looks fine on Firefox, Safari, and Konqueror. I'm using a 17" CRT on an eMac running OS X 10.4, a 17" LCD screen on Kubuntu, and a...
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    IE 6 Display horrors

    I put together a web site intended primarily for family and friends. It validates fine in tidy html validator from my Bluefish editor. It looks great in Firefox, Safari, Camino, and Konqueror. But...
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    The best way I know of to dispose of them is to...

    The best way I know of to dispose of them is to define them inside functions. Once the function exits, they no longer exist. Javascript variables don't have to be explicitly disposed of as they do...
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    I can't see it because I don't have access to...

    I can't see it because I don't have access to your css settings. If you could post those maybe it would be visible.
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    Figured it out!

    I mentioned in my first post that there were two problems I was having, but only describing the first one. Well, it turned out they were both the same problem!

    It wasn't the code, it was the CSS....
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    Thanks for Replying

    Oh -- Happy New Year, Ray. And thanks for taking the time from it to answer!

    Actually, I originally didn't have any action assignment at all: I put it in there because tidy HTML validator...
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    Teach a man to fish...

    Teach a man to fish...
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    Select not Selecting:(SOLVED)

    Hi, all: I'm working on a family web site, and having two problems which I just can't seem to pin down. I'll address the first in this post.

    There are three pages so far. At the top of each...
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    Thanks, JMRKER! That's exactly what I was...

    Thanks, JMRKER! That's exactly what I was looking for. The ideas are kind of in line with the "convoluted and ugly" approach I was considering before, but far more sophisticated and efficient than...
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    Creating a Circular or Curved Area...

    Is this possible in Javascript or CSS?

    I can imagine some fairly convoluted and ugly ways to emulate one, but is there anything that's relatively straightforward?
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    As a hint, you might activate a hidden that...

    As a hint, you might activate a hidden <div> that becomes visible only when you click the menu.
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    I should have known... TOLD you I was rusty! ...

    I should have known...
    TOLD you I was rusty!

    Thanks.
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    Find Current Window Size

    OK, I'm a bit rusty.

    I know I can open a window to a specific size, and I know I can resize it through Javascript. I can make it resizeable as well.

    But what I can't remember is what command...
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    For actual surface area calculations: it...

    For actual surface area calculations: it depends. Are you talking about arbitrary irregular shapes, or geometric figures?

    If the former, then you'll need more than just the number of sides. The...
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    Javascript would be just fine -- there's no...

    Javascript would be just fine -- there's no reason to do the calculation on the server.
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    It's posted at ...

    It's posted at
    www.geocities.com/llanitedave/gravibodies/

    It's only tested on Mozilla, Firefox, and Safari, and it's still got a few rough edges. I doubt that it will run on IE, but I'll try to...
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    What I ended up doing was something like this: ...

    What I ended up doing was something like this:


    newOutput=vluObject.txtWin.document.createElement('dt');
    dataBlock=vluObject.txtWin.document.createTextNode(outptLine);...
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    So, you're angry because the frame of your...

    So, you're angry because the frame of your painting won't let you hang advertising slogans over it?

    If you really, really want to scroll text somewhere so the viewer can admire your wonderful art,...
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    An array is still an object. What I *suspect* is...

    An array is still an object. What I *suspect* is that when you declared myVariable with the var prefix, you turned it into a local variable. The functions that couldn't see it were somehow out of...
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    Only if the web designer wants to impose his...

    Only if the web designer wants to impose his desires on the reader -- which is never good form.

    Firefox is built with the user in mind -- and the developer who RESPECTS the user.
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    Sanim, that's not just web design. It happens...

    Sanim, that's not just web design. It happens with writing, drawing, and music as well.
  24. That's exactly the one. And your advice in that...

    That's exactly the one. And your advice in that thread helped a lot -- I generated several megabytes of what was essentially a text ephemeris with no slowdowns.

    I haven't published that...
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    A big source of stress is clients who can't make...

    A big source of stress is clients who can't make up their minds. You work hard to get things done by the due date, and then the client decides they want to make major changes to their whole concept....
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