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    Nm, I figured it out. ...

    Nm, I figured it out.


    /^((Mr(\.)?\s)?)((John)+\s+(Smith)+)$/i

    There should be a backslash in front of the 2 lonely S's, but the forum wont allow it I guess.
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    Help with Regex example

    Hey all!

    I am trying to write a regular expression that follows these rules:
    1. The name must be John Smith
    2. It can optionally be Mr. John Smith
    3. It should be case-insensitive

    I cant...
  3. Sample XHTML source code to test CSS styles

    I am looking for something similar to the CSS Zen Garden sample HTML code (http://csszengarden.com/zengarden-sample.html) but I would want more XHTML elements in there. I created a reset.css file and...
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    PHP Regular Expressions

    Hey webdeveloper.com community!

    I am learning regular expressions and I am stumped. I am trying to use regular expressions to verify a password is secure. In order for it to be secure, it needs to...
  5. FF users are used to that, but if you really...

    FF users are used to that, but if you really wanna get rid of it, try:


    a:active, a:focus {
    outline: 0;
    }
  6. Yea, you could just use #menu to identify that...

    Yea, you could just use #menu to identify that <ul>. Using ul#menu means that only a <ul> with an id of #menu is affected. So if you had a <div id="menu"> on another page, the CSS for ul#menu wont...
  7. styles made to "#menu ul" will affect all ul's...

    styles made to "#menu ul" will affect all ul's inside #menu. (Read More)
    example:

    <div id="menu">
    <ul>
    <li>this ul is affected by #menu ul</li>
    </ul>
    </div>

    styles made to ul#menu will...
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    If its returning NULL, then the value of $userid...

    If its returning NULL, then the value of $userid is NULL. Take a look at your PHP to figure out why or post more here for our assistance.
  9. Depending on your level of expertise, you may...

    Depending on your level of expertise, you may want to look into sIFR (Scalable Inman Flash Replacement). View this wiki for more information:...
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    I didnt receive any javascript prompts in IE8 or...

    I didnt receive any javascript prompts in IE8 or IE7 (compatibility mode). In IE, if you click on Tools > Internet Options and go to the Security Tab, what security level do you have for "Internet"?...
  11. Thread: I Hate IE6

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    For IE6, id say to use tables, haha. No, scratch...

    For IE6, id say to use tables, haha. No, scratch that. It takes a lot of CSS tweaking/hacking to get your HTML to render correctly in IE6. If you want to use IE6 specific styles, you can add this...
  12. I would need to see html/css to provide a more...

    I would need to see html/css to provide a more accurate solution, but..

    Let's say you have a parent div with a width of 800px. And inside this div, you have 2 divs floated left, each with a width...
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    Have a link to the page or can you post your...

    Have a link to the page or can you post your html/css?
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    The colspan attribute belongs on the tag. ...

    The colspan attribute belongs on the <td> tag.

    Width and height are up to you.
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    JQuery and form validation

    Hey everyone.

    I am using jquery and the form validation plugin from http://bassistance.de/jquery-plugins/jquery-plugin-validation/.

    I have a form that accepts credit card payments. I want 1...
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    Probably poor, but the level of expertise in...

    Probably poor, but the level of expertise in regards to the site structure would say that SEO doesnt really matter. The correct way is to use a server-side script, but thats just opening a can of...
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    You could do it that way, stewart3000, have an...

    You could do it that way, stewart3000, have an audio player play on your index.html file, but have your Home links go to main.html. Main.html would be a copy of index.html aside from the auto play on...
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    Can you post the rest of your HTML and your CSS...

    Can you post the rest of your HTML and your CSS or provide a link to the site?
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    Can you post a link to the site?

    Can you post a link to the site?
  20. Regarding your first issue, try placing #navbar...

    Regarding your first issue, try placing #navbar and #main in a wrapper div and set the background image to repeat on this wrapper div.

    Regarding your second problem, you need to set...
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    Thats called a Modal Window if it helps in your...

    Thats called a Modal Window if it helps in your google searching.
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    Well, the container div, #wrapper is set to be...

    Well, the container div, #wrapper is set to be 900px long.

    #content is indeed set to width: auto, but the left/right margins are 200px and the left/right padding is 20px. This means the inner...
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    If you install IE8, it comes with a...

    If you install IE8, it comes with a "Compatibility Mode" button. Selecting this button will render the site as IE7 even though its in IE8
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    Your #content div is 500px wide, but has a 20px...

    Your #content div is 500px wide, but has a 20px padding on the left and right side making the inner space 460px.

    Your .iconlist li's are 150px wide but have a margin-right of 10px making each li...
  25. Id move your footer div out of the content div if...

    Id move your footer div out of the content div if thats the case. You may need to restructure your HTML to get the desired design with CSS.

    Have you looked into Faux Columns?
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