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Thanks a lot... :-)
If the image used is to big for the browser and you have to scroll the X is not placed at the same point as you are clicking on. Solution?
If you would say that query was:
(select_statement_A) UNION (select_statement_B) (order_and_group_statement);
You could make an replacement set of query's like this:
Well... first of all... there should not be any singel-quote-mark around "this.href".
But the code has a major malfunction. It goes to the href in both opens a new window and in the parant window....
Well only minor modifications, that I could take care of myself.
Thanks a lot!
Back from lunch... I'll check in to that code of yours... it seem to be what i look for..:)
Is it possible to access multiple elements by matching them to "regexp"?
match the following:
<table style="width: 500px;">
<td><input type="radio" name="from" id="f10001" value="10001" onclick="enableTo(1)" /><label for="f10001">Skövde</label></td>
I have 19 radio buttons that represent cities, that
you may travel from... you must pick one of them.
Then you have, on the same page, 19 radio buttons that
represents cities, that you...
That seem to be the workaround in FOP, but I wonder if there are one that follows the recommendation from W3C.
Well, that is not the only thing that is not implemented in FOP.
I have a bit of a problem with FOP.
It does not support keep-with-next, keep-with-previous and keep-together.
At "the Apache XML Project" about FOP and this properties:
I need this...
Well... the problem is that:
$_POST["mytime"] != "clock"
will never become false when your <select>-tag looks like this:
To get it more readable I made this test.php-file to show you what I talk about...
echo date("d-m-Y H:i:s",getlastmod());
Well, Diamond, thanks for telling us all that... but that does not help me.
This is my code:
Any suggestions? Where do I find the solution to this odd "error"?
BTW: getlastmod() works on localhost
But works less good on the webserver... as I wrote before...
This works great, but I installed php on my localhost today. And when I tried with "filemtime" I got the result:
Wed, 1 Jan 1970
Well, on the real webserver "filemtime" results in the correct...
Well, it seems to work sometimes and not sometimes.
At bugs.php.net there at more like me, having problems... it is an known bug, but where the bug is not knowen...
At php.net they say it´s the...
I wonder... is there a bug in the function getlastmod() or not?
The CVS-people at php.net say that it is not, and users all over say that there is a bug.
Well, the "man" (man su) or the search for su(1) gives the answere that this is the proper synopsis.
su [options] [username] [arguments]
Anyone who knows if I can pass the password along in the...
How do I use "su"?
If I execute it in the shell I get a question for password. That is good, but how do I answer it from a script?
I wonder, since exec() run as the user "nobody" how can I get it to do things that I in shell only can do as myself.
Shellscript? (I used UNIX tcsh-script 5 years ago... not since...
Sorry... that should be:
of course. :o
Think I found it just after I asked...
it me again.
I´m trying to develop a guestbook... yes, there is probably a free one just to download from anywhere... but wanna learn something too... :)
Well, to be able to trace a user...