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The aforementioned total is the (price + (price*pct))
what you are asking is, what is 8.25% of 1.50
var myPercentOfTotal = 1.50 * 0.0825
Like Aussie Girl... only more earthly. Just like a sandbox, dig in and find those buried treasures and toys.
Notepad ++ or Homesite work as well.
You do realize that PHP is a script language that runs on a server. If you attempt to run it locally, without having a server (Apache or IIS) running, it won't do anything.
Thought I'd mention...
Is the "file type" parsable on your server? IE is it a .php file or .htm / .html file that you've saved it as? Some servers do not allow .htm / .html files to be parsed by PHP... Therefore, PHP would...
I think MS still has a gifanimator program online...
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
var minOpacity = 3;
var maxOpacity = 100;
1 and "any" odd number will be TRUE
1 & 11 - means the least significant bit is 1 and in the number 11, the least significant bit is 1, therefore, 1 and 1 means the logical and of this is TRUE,
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
border: pink 3px solid;
Looks like multi-byte character codes are being sent by your server. Don't know exactly what to do about that, unless it's your intention.
You can also split the CSS link file into IE and "OTHER" (such as FF), and use -1px or some minus number for margins and padding in IE.
Maybe try port forwarding on no-ip.com or similar service.
the user would type in the domain such as http://somedomain.no-ip.com, and this would get port forwarded (as this is a port 80 request)...
I noticed, the "function" name is "rotatePictures", but the setTimeout call is to "rotateBoard".
I am not sure, but usually the "setTimeout" points back or "recursively" to the same function that...
Maybe try using negative margins... or something like this.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
Try this link;
Tried using imbedded style.
<input type="checkbox" name="test" style="border: 2px solid Blue;">
and FF 1.0.7 DOES NOT display it at all... Sounds like FF has a bug.
Try my miniblog site. JDG SoftCo I use a java script to do resizing. It may not be your cup of tea, but it works.
Try this link specifically A picture is worth a thousand words! Try re-sizing the...
Thanks for taking time to look... I realize this is not a "high dollar" web site, and truthfully, it isn't supposed to be. My concern is that the CSS menu system is working sufficiently well for all...
Sounds like your "host" has a limit on file size... or times out when uploading at 300 secs... You will need to contact them and have them help you...
In Linux, if I am not mistaken, /sites and /Sites are NOT the same directory... on windows machines, they are the same.
Make sure the case is correct...
Your WHILE ($row = ... may be causing it. Try while($row <= ...
Try while ($row == ...
I've used meta tags to boost the rating.. BUT, you must NOT use the same meta tags on each page, AND DO NOT USE ANY .COM .BIZ .whatever in the meta tags. THAT IS A STRICT NO NO...
Hope that helps