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  1. Just out of curiosity, why aren't you just...

    Just out of curiosity, why aren't you just printing these HTML documents with a browser?
  2. The world is full of those scripts. Just search...

    The world is full of those scripts. Just search on "formmail script" and you'll find thousands of them. Look for one that doesn't require you to put your Email address in the HTML for the <form> on...
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    Yes, the path is obviously incorrect. ...

    Yes, the path is obviously incorrect. "/var/www/html/tmp/nancy.jpg" is the server directory path to the image. You need to change it to be relative to the domain root, which would be:


    <img...
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    Elements set to absolute positioning are...

    Elements set to absolute positioning are positioned with respect to their parent positioned element. As written, the "right" div would be positioned with respect to the document <body> since none of...
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    It's not clear what you're trying to do, but keep...

    It's not clear what you're trying to do, but keep in mind that a file sent as an attachment must reside on your computer. It can't be something that exists out on the web somewhere because the Email...
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    First of all, there is very limited support for...

    First of all, there is very limited support for CSS in EMail clients. You can't use properties like the 'mso-' or vendor-specific '-webkit'. Your HTML needs work as well, but for general guideance...
  7. You might be able to just set the 'name'...

    You might be able to just set the 'name' attribute on the <select> tag to be whatever the mail script uses for the recipient's Email address, but it's a bad idea to use a mail script that will send...
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    The simplest solution is to change the page...

    The simplest solution is to change the page involved to .php so you can add some code that will either query a database or read a file containing the client's content. From there, you just need to...
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    He doesn't want the IP Address. He wants the...

    He doesn't want the IP Address. He wants the referrer, as in $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'].
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    Yes. ./ is relative to the current document's...

    Yes.

    ./ is relative to the current document's directory

    ../ is relative to the parent of the current document's directory (one level up).
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    Smashing Magazine has a good article on print...

    Smashing Magazine has a good article on print stylesheets that might be helpful:
    http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2013/03/08/tips-and-tricks-for-print-style-sheets/
  12. Or, if your XML data files are well-formed, you...

    Or, if your XML data files are well-formed, you can use one of the several ways of using PHP to parse and process them into your HTML pages directly as desired.

    Search on "PHP XML parser" and...
  13. Designers have been fighting this battle for over...

    Designers have been fighting this battle for over a decade. Several solutions have evolved. If you search on "css columns equal height" you'll find something that will probably work for you.
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    Without knowing what the surrounding HTML mark-up...

    Without knowing what the surrounding HTML mark-up looks like, it's impossible to give you a definitive answer. It would be best to control the display in your stylesheet.

    You could try enclosing...
  15. Thread: <main>?

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    is part of the HTML 5 specification, so...

    <main> is part of the HTML 5 specification, so you can use it.
  16. I tried to straighten out your code as best I...

    I tried to straighten out your code as best I could. It looks like you merged two pages you'd been working on, and the resulting code was a bit of a mess.


    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html lang="en">...
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    No, your code won't work. You should use...

    No, your code won't work. You should use something like:


    <script src="/script/jquery.js"></script>
    <script>
    if (typeof jQuery == 'undefined') {
    alert("jQuery was not included.");
    }...
  18. It shows up for me in IE 11, Firefox, and Chrome....

    It shows up for me in IE 11, Firefox, and Chrome. What browser are you using?
  19. You're copying from a Microsoft Excel document,...

    You're copying from a Microsoft Excel document, not an HTML document. I'm not an Excel expert, but because Excel copies both the internal data representation (the decimal format version) as well as...
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    Right. It does look like there are quite a few...

    Right. It does look like there are quite a few Email clients that don't support the CSS 'background-image' property. Once you go beyond tables, images, and styled text, you're going to run into...
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    If anyone wants more information about CSS...

    If anyone wants more information about CSS support in Email clients, I found a site that has a pretty comprehensive chart that shows what works and where at http://www.campaignmonitor.com/css/. It...
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    You really didn't post enough information to be...

    You really didn't post enough information to be specific. I'd need to see the relevant CSS for that. You might post a link to the page so I can see everything.

    But my point remains. This isn't...
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    I'm not familiar with whatever "Responsive Grid...

    I'm not familiar with whatever "Responsive Grid System" is, but given the code you posted I would expect that adding 'text-align:center' to the CSS rules for the class .one will center both the image...
  24. There are work-arounds for older versions of IE...

    There are work-arounds for older versions of IE like CSS3 PIE that add many of the popular CSS 3 visual effects.
  25. Could it be the 'orientation' of your mobile...

    Could it be the 'orientation' of your mobile phone is 'portrait' when you test?

    What specific CSS rule doesn't appear to be followed?
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