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    I would edit but not sure how... Actually,...

    I would edit but not sure how...

    Actually, that is a lot. No, it all would boil down to:

    I have an element with fixed width. When viewport is wider than it, I want everything else to be right...
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    How do you import the external javascript?

    How do you import the external javascript?
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    @sohguanh: min-width is CSS2, but still not...

    @sohguanh: min-width is CSS2, but still not supported by IE7, the workaround is to set both min-width and width for IE7, then it works as expected.

    However, going back on topic, min-width sets the...
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    Why are you giving it a hardcoded bottom padding?

    Why are you giving it a hardcoded bottom padding?
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    Well, there's one more option which removes the...

    Well, there's one more option which removes the extra div bloat, and instead adds some css bloat for making it work on IE.

    http://css-tricks.com/rgba-browser-support/
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    Sidebar... thing.

    I've looked at countless articles regarding fixed/stretching sidebars, but none that answers my question, and I've tried even more ways that I can think of, but none give me exactly what I'm looking...
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    Reading element.style.backgroundImage;

    I have 3 divs, out of which 2 are set with display:none - they're for 'storage' purposes. (Meaning, in my CSS each of the 2 is assigned a different background-image.)

    Now, when I try to use...
  8. Thread: frames problem

    by byeee
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    From what he posted I'd rather understand he...

    From what he posted I'd rather understand he wants to point to an external site, thus if he couldn't get back to the frames even if he wanted to.
    If you just want to open the link in the full page,...
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    You could also try placing semicolons (;) at the...

    You could also try placing semicolons (;) at the end of each line (except the if() statement of course).
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    ... You mean, make it so you can only pick one...

    ... You mean, make it so you can only pick one radio button in three?
    Give them the same name attribute.
    <input type="radio" name="NAME" value="1" />
    <input type="radio" name="NAME" value="2" />...
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    Well, yeah, :active basically remembers the last...

    Well, yeah, :active basically remembers the last thing clicked.
    If I get that right, it means you're using AJAX to deliver your content, right? In that case, a bit of JavaScript would actually be...
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    well, say you have a . You should...

    well, say you have a <td id="link1">.
    You should something like this in your css (a Google search should tell you exactly where to place these):

    .link {background-image:url('http://........');}...
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    It was already solved. There were a few more...

    It was already solved. There were a few more replies after that.
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    As I said above, why do you hassle uselessly with...

    As I said above, why do you hassle uselessly with JavaScript when it could all be done, much simpler and cleaner, in CSS?
    Normal state would become :link, Hover state would become :hover and clicked...
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    Okay, that did the job perfectly, but I came upon...

    Okay, that did the job perfectly, but I came upon another problem.

    If, say, I need to remove text in xxxTEXTxxx, with variations of the X's capitalization, in multiple instances, a google search...
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    As far as I knew, both (), [] and {} are called...

    As far as I knew, both (), [] and {} are called brackets. (And I also want to remove text in []).

    Thanks for the link, seems really helpful.
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    ... first of all, it doesn't work as it is....

    ... first of all, it doesn't work as it is. Firefox shows no changes at all, while in IE I can only notice a mouseover for the second button/link.

    The solution to this is in no case JavaScript....
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    No, I actually want to remove any text within...

    No, I actually want to remove any text within brackets, I forgot to mention that.
    The problem is, if I have more sets of brackets, it removes all the other text in between.
    a((b))c((d))e((f))g...
  19. Thread: country message?

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    Browser language is rarely significant. Most...

    Browser language is rarely significant. Most people have english as default anyway - not to mention that too few websites actually use the built-in language settings, but some server-side settings...
  20. Thread: Optimization

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    Hope this does what you want :) function...

    Hope this does what you want :)

    function state(event, arg) {
    var target = getTarget(event, 'a'), i;
    for(i = 0; i < overStates.length; i++){
    if (arg===1) amyObj.removeImgStates(i, 2);...
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    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://mydomain/displaydate.js">
    </script>

    would be quite enough.
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    In the external script you only have JS code, not...

    In the external script you only have JS code, not HTML markup (<tags>).
    Also, every line should end with a semicolon (;).


    function todaydate(){
    var today_date= new Date();
    var...
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    Removing brackets...

    Basically, I have a string (which I read from a <div>, but that's of no importance) that can contain text enclosed in double brackets ((text)).
    For an unknown reason however, the most basic thing I...
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    Well, it's not extremely pretty but here it goes....

    Well, it's not extremely pretty but here it goes.

    <html>
    <head>
    <style type="text/css">
    body {
    font-family: Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    font-size: 14px;
    }
    #container{
  25. Thread: Simulate key

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    I didn't understand what exactly you cannot use....

    I didn't understand what exactly you cannot use.


    <script type="text/javascript">
    function makecookie() {
    var date = new Date();
    date.setTime(date.getTime()+2592000000);
    var expiry = ";...
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