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  1. I'm not sure if this is what you mean, but if...

    I'm not sure if this is what you mean, but if you're trying to pass values from a url to a form using php, you could do it like this. After the index.php part of your url add the name/value pairs...
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    Depending on how your application works, you will...

    Depending on how your application works, you will likely need more that just server side scripting and databases to make everything work. You may have to learn javascript, flash, java etc. Simple...
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    I overlooked the fact that you had another class...

    I overlooked the fact that you had another class assigned to the <a> tag, but yes, you can assign multiple classes by combining them as follows:


    <a href='?p=start' class='start menu'...
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    If your going to be building a web application,...

    If your going to be building a web application, the most commonly used database is MySQL usually used in conjunction with PHP scripting. The next most common is MS SQL usually used in conjunction...
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    You really need to specify a doc type and fix the...

    You really need to specify a doc type and fix the validation errors before you can start troubleshooting this type of problem. Without a doc type specified the browser has to guess at what version...
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    If you need to use the same selector more than...

    If you need to use the same selector more than once on a page you should use a class instead if an id.
    So using your example:


    <body class='start' >

    <a href='?p=start' class='start'...
  7. The order in which things are placed in your html...

    The order in which things are placed in your html is wrong. Your submit button is placed below your input text box in a separate div which is also located below your error message when it appears....
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    You didn't say if it was a fixed width or liquid...

    You didn't say if it was a fixed width or liquid width layout. The best way to see is by example.

    Here is a good example of a fixed width 3 column layout:...
  9. Thread: Stretching Div

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    Oh, right. You did say stretch length and not...

    Oh, right. You did say stretch length and not width. Nevermind the above.

    Do like tracknut says...
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    If you want to pass variables from one page to...

    If you want to pass variables from one page to the next, you should use either sessions or cookies. $_POST and $_GET variables are typically only used for processing the form data. Part of the...
  11. This is a problem because in order to submit any...

    This is a problem because in order to submit any form data and do anything with it, you need a form processor running server side. If you loose your connection to the form processor, then there is...
  12. Thread: Script wanted!

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    This can be done with flash, or if you prefer...

    This can be done with flash, or if you prefer javascript try googling jcarousel.
  13. Thread: Stretching Div

    by jwitt98
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    Try something like: #menu{ width: 25%;...

    Try something like:


    #menu{
    width: 25%;
    }
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    If all you want is an email address sent from the...

    If all you want is an email address sent from the form, you can use the following.


    <form method="POST" action="testform.php" />
    <label>Email Address: </label><input type="text" name="email" />...
  15. OK, so it took your code, modified it and...

    OK, so it took your code, modified it and uploaded to my testing directory here:
    http://www.midwestwebtrends.com/testing/centered-menu.html
    The only way you are going to center the menu is to...
  16. I don't know of any way to center something in a...

    I don't know of any way to center something in a container like that without assigning a static width to it.

    Maybe try adding the 3em padding to the top of the a tags instead of the ul.
    It's just...
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    Have you tried: display: inline-block; using...

    Have you tried:

    display: inline-block;
    using a span tag?
  18. Can you place the menu inside a div with 100%...

    Can you place the menu inside a div with 100% width and apply the background to the div instead of the ul? Maybe I'm not picturing what you are trying to do.
    Also, you may be able to achieve what...
  19. Whoops, I think you have to assign a static width...

    Whoops, I think you have to assign a static width to the ul for margin: auto to work.
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    The most common server side language in use is...

    The most common server side language in use is php which is most commonly used with mysql databases.
    So for someone who wants to start in web development, I would recommend as a start to become...
  21. You could be exceeding your php memory limit in...

    You could be exceeding your php memory limit in which case you would either need to increase the memory limit in php.ini or break your csv into smaller chunks and upload several smaller files instead...
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    have you seen ffmpeg?...

    have you seen ffmpeg?
    http://ffmpeg-php.sourceforge.net/
  23. have you tried margin: auto; #nav {...

    have you tried margin: auto;


    #nav {
    overflow: hidden;
    min-width: 65em; /* PREVENT OVERLAP 1040 px / 16 px = 65em */
    margin: 0 auto; /*<--------HERE
    padding: 0;
    list-style: none;...
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    Have you looked into jquery jcarousel? If the...

    Have you looked into jquery jcarousel? If the picture I am getting in my head is right, it should do what you are looking for.
    There is a small example of it on this page if you scroll down to the...
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