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    I've seen a few sites that use this. Not sure...

    I've seen a few sites that use this. Not sure which script they're using exactly, but you don't need jQuery to do it (although it would make it easier). That top bar has a fixed position with a...
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    jQuery I built exactly this on my personal web site:...

    I built exactly this on my personal web site: http://www.sarksap.com/pages/contact.php

    It's an AJAX form that sends the email without refreshing the page. If you want to do it this way, read up...
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    It's an outdated way of tracking how many...

    It's an outdated way of tracking how many visitors your blog is getting. Most developers integrate Google Analytics into their sites now, which is much more robust
  4. Thread: Mailing Lists

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    Sorry, I meant server side scripting language,...

    Sorry, I meant server side scripting language, not client side. When you submit a form, it gets sent to whatever script is specified by the action parameter. So if you have <form action="process.php"...
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    to send mail you will need a client-side...

    to send mail you will need a client-side scripting language like PHP. HTML and Javascript can not send emails.

    You could have a form where people can sign up with their email address, store this...
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    This is incorrect CSS. You don't need the "src",...

    This is incorrect CSS. You don't need the "src", just this:

    .img {
    width: 500px;
    height: 400px;
    }

    But the better way is to use width and height attributes in your image tags as demonstrated...
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    javascript and html have no knowledge of tabs....

    javascript and html have no knowledge of tabs. You can use target="_blank" to open the link in a new window, but it's still up to the browser how to handle such a link. I wouldn't want to use a web...
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    I say learn some back end scripting like you...

    I say learn some back end scripting like you mentioned. You could go with PHP, Ruby, .NET, Coldfusion, etc. Then learn some SQL and server management like Apache, Tomcat, IIS. Work with these for a...
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    Try changing to...

    Try changing <script language="javascript"> to <script type="text/javascript">. The language attribute is deprecated so browsers might not support it. The <center> tags are also deprecated so you may...
  10. you just need one line of CSS. You can place it...

    you just need one line of CSS. You can place it in the head, in an external style sheet, or as an inline style attribute. Just apply

    border: none or border-width: 0 to the iframe.
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    it's also useful when you want to submit a form...

    it's also useful when you want to submit a form via AJAX and not have the page redirect somewhere else.
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    the MAILTO feature only opens the client's email...

    the MAILTO feature only opens the client's email program. The client will still need to manually click on submit to send the email. To send an email otherwise, you will need to use a server side...
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    are you using a liquid layout for your page? If...

    are you using a liquid layout for your page? If you're using a fixed width layout the browser resizing shouldn't change it. If you're using a liquid layout you should use percentages instead of...
  14. If everything is going to be loaded initially, a...

    If everything is going to be loaded initially, a non AJAX approach will work to hide the ones that are not needed. But either way JavaScript is needed to listen for the event and show the appropriate...
  15. you won't be able to write to files with...

    you won't be able to write to files with javascript unless it's a cookie. You can do with PHP though. You could use AJAX to fire the request to a PHP script which will load the file and write to it...
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    it could be because you have some errors in your...

    it could be because you have some errors in your HTML. A few concerns are:

    1. You are not closing your <li> tags
    2. Why are you using <c>, <d>, <e> and <f> tags? I've never seen those. The <b>...
  17. if I understood you correctly, you want to...

    if I understood you correctly, you want to populate a table after a click event on some dropdowns. You could either do this with AJAX or render a new JSP view with the table populated.
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    a good place to start would be to use valid HTML...

    a good place to start would be to use valid HTML. You are writing your element attributes incorrectly. There shouldn't be a space between the attribute and the = sign, and there should be a space...
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    you want the focus to change from one input box...

    you want the focus to change from one input box to the other? I don't think that's possible with CSS. You're describing a behavior, not a style, so you will need javascript.
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    The target attribute is useless on an option tag....

    The target attribute is useless on an option tag. Since you're opening the pages with javascript instead of anchor tags, you need to place the logic in your javascript. The window.open method opens a...
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    I'm seeing the issue in IE7 only. IE8 and 9...

    I'm seeing the issue in IE7 only. IE8 and 9 handle it well. I noticed that the #right div is floated right. It might be an issue of this float removing the height of the container. Try adding a...
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    posting in a relevant forum will help you get...

    posting in a relevant forum will help you get more replies. The issue you are having is a front-end issue and doesn't have much to do with ASP. You would have gotten more replies if you had posted it...
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    There's not much you can do. The height of a page...

    There's not much you can do. The height of a page is determined by how much content there exists in it. I have a 1900x1200 Dell Ultrasharp and I know what you mean. Web pages that don't have much...
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    To create a web application you can use any...

    To create a web application you can use any language. There is no one "best" language except the one that works best for you. Common server side languages are PHP, C#, Ruby, Java and Coldfusion. Each...
  25. Thanks Zebra. The poll is one of the best...

    Thanks Zebra. The poll is one of the best features of my site. Fully AJAX and no submit button.

    I was thinking about comments but it will require more work for authentication and anti-spam. For...
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