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  1. I don't think you need or want a JavaScript...

    I don't think you need or want a JavaScript solution. You can do this with CSS alone. Just remember to use a CSS selector that gives your :hover rule top priority in the styles cascade by making it...
  2. For a start, you might look at the CSS for...

    For a start, you might look at the CSS for drop-down menus. They rely on CSS like:



    #parentElement #menuItem1 #submenu { display:none }
    #parentElement #menuItem1:hover #submenu {...
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    PayPal won't do anything like that for you...

    PayPal won't do anything like that for you automatically. You would need to use the "callback" function of their payments system and have some custom software on your site generate the .zip file and...
  4. There's an ocean of JavaScript included in their...

    There's an ocean of JavaScript included in their home page. The initial effect where the two people move from the middle toward the page edge when you scroll would be simple enough to do by...
  5. Try something like: background-outer,...

    Try something like:


    background-outer, background-inner { background-attachment:fixed; background-position:50% 50%; background-repeat:no-repeat; background-size:cover; }
    background-outer {...
  6. It sounds like you're testing this code on your...

    It sounds like you're testing this code on your own computer. Unless you've installed server software on your computer and accessed the contact form HTML page using http:// (usually...
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    This isn't the sort of thing where a script you...

    This isn't the sort of thing where a script you find online is likely to be acceptable. You can find color replacement scripts online, but changing the color of a three-dimensional object in an...
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    Any such tool will require some scripting -...

    Any such tool will require some scripting - either JavaScript or server-side using PHP, Perl or other langauge. The task you propose is very simple - just take the user's query and append '.html' to...
  9. Thread: box-shadow

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    The 'box-shadow' property accepts a list of...

    The 'box-shadow' property accepts a list of settings separated by a comma. The last value is optional.
  10. The common practice is to keep resource pages...

    The common practice is to keep resource pages like images, CSS files and JavaScript files in their own folders as you have done, and then keep your content HTML documents in a hierarchical folder...
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    Generally, if the files are all on the same host,...

    Generally, if the files are all on the same host, they'll load in the order in which they appear in the document. If the <script> tag appears in the <head> section, they will all be loaded before...
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    Yes. For simple data you can use cookies. For...

    Yes. For simple data you can use cookies. For larger, more complex data sets you can use localStorage. Both of those have limitations in persistence and cross-domain usage, and both require...
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    Check your CSS files to make sure you're loading...

    Check your CSS files to make sure you're loading the 'FuturaLT-ExtraBold' font and/or add a fall-back font to the rules for .price class. The site looks fine to me (which is odd, because I can't...
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    Ideally, there should be no critical...

    Ideally, there should be no critical functionality that relies solely on JavaScript. That is you should provide a way for users running without JavaScript to freely navigate through your site and...
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    There are other ways to load external content. ...

    There are other ways to load external content. You could use Server-Side Includes or convert your pages to PHP.

    But as long as you're using Bootstrap which often involves relying on JavaScript...
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    You should use a pseudo-selector: ...

    You should use a pseudo-selector:


    input[name='time[]'] {
    font-size:10px;
    border: #EAEAEA solid 1px;
    padding-top:2px;
    }
  17. At least I know enough HTML and CSS to solve your...

    At least I know enough HTML and CSS to solve your problem:


    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html>
    <meta charset="utf-8" />
    <title>Full-Page &lt;iframe&gt;</title>
    <style type="text/css">
    html,body { margin:0;...
  18. My advice would be to stop wasting time with...

    My advice would be to stop wasting time with this. If you're trying to stop people from copying your content, forget about it. First of all, you can't hide your file and folder names from anyone...
  19. I wasn't able to find such a script, but it's...

    I wasn't able to find such a script, but it's certainly possible to do what you want - even within a Wordpress environment. I've played with image manipulation software from time to time, and my...
  20. The code 'radius = radius * 0.90' is there in...

    The code 'radius = radius * 0.90' is there in order to insure that the clock is drawn slightly smaller than the canvas. So, it's not really "measuring" the radius - it's setting the radius.
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    Keep in mind that browsers do not natively...

    Keep in mind that browsers do not natively display PDF documents. They rely on plug-ins/add-ons to display them as complete documents within a browser window, not within a parent HTML document. So...
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    I'm sure that if you search for "PHP file...

    I'm sure that if you search for "PHP file directory script" you'll find something that would display a list of the files in nice columns or something, but ultimately you're still looking at an...
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    Google doesn't require you to use responsive...

    Google doesn't require you to use responsive design to be considered "Mobile Friendly". You can instead dynamically serve different content to mobile users or create a separate dedicated mobile...
  24. Your 'onclick' attributes should probably read: ...

    Your 'onclick' attributes should probably read:


    onclick='myform.cont.value = this.value; myform.submit();'

    in order to pass the value of the user's click to the PHP script.
  25. Google's pending algorithm change doesn't require...

    Google's pending algorithm change doesn't require sites to use responsive design. They only want websites to be mobile-friendly. There are other ways to do that, like dynamically serving different...
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