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  1. Super Moderator: Love your ctrl-S (download...

    Super Moderator: Love your ctrl-S (download page) and ctrl-U (view source) shortcuts
    Thank you.
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    ONE MORE: If you are accessing images from...

    ONE MORE:

    If you are accessing images from inside a sub-folder, add two dots ../ "to get out of sub-folder" and repeat that for each sub-folder down ../../:
    <img alt="this is image #1"...
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    Make sure the paths to your files are correct. ...

    Make sure the paths to your files are correct. Sometime when working on file locally, you end up with file:///----- which only connects to local computer, and not to Root directory of online/host...
  4. Agreed! When you slice an image in Photoshop or...

    Agreed! When you slice an image in Photoshop or whatever, you create a filled <TABLE>. <TABLE>s are bad design these days, and a <TABLE> already filled with the sliced-up image pieces is a problem....
  5. Thread: how do i...

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    Not quite sure what you mean? But it sounds like...

    Not quite sure what you mean? But it sounds like you've messed up your host/server directory. For instance, content I upload for my DotEasy.com sites are in sub-directories named public_html. ...
  6. Think you have to declare display:table-cell to...

    Think you have to declare display:table-cell to align text vertical. See http://www.w3.org/Style/Examples/007/center.en.html#vertical


    DIV.container {
    min-height: 10em;
    display:...
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    Just give the width %. Height could be "auto" or...

    Just give the width %. Height could be "auto" or nothing. I found that Internet Explorer can mess things up with "auto" so it may be better to let the browser determine the proper "aspect ratio"...
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    Yes, overflow: something, or olde way float for...

    Yes, overflow: something, or olde way float for parent container.

    One trick I like for 3 items, is to float: left one and float:right second. Then, after floating those two (which takes them...
  9. Thread: Need Hosting

    by auntnini
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    DotEasy

    My favorite DotEasy http://www.doteasy.com is phasing out their FREE hosting, but their new hosting fees seem reasonable and competitive


    DotEasy support is excellent.
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    Why not use HTML 5? ...

    Why not use HTML 5?


    <!doctype html>
    <html>
    <head>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <title>Use relevant words for search engines</title>
    <meta name="description" content="Repeat relevant words for...
  11. Thread: fancybox mess

    by auntnini
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    Contrary to deathshadow's unhelpful negativity, I...

    Contrary to deathshadow's unhelpful negativity, I got specific and helpful answers at http://www.dynamicdrive.com/forums/showthread.php?76871-jQuery-fancybox-mess

    The initial problem was that all...
  12. Thread: fancybox mess

    by auntnini
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    fancybox mess

    I previously had this working at http://http://artdemo.tripod.com/illustration/indexFancyBox.html and http://www.jacquimorgan.com/about/bioImagesListFB.html Also got two versions at...
  13. That's helpful info. Thanks.

    That's helpful info. Thanks.
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    One I'm considering is ...

    One I'm considering is http://tympanus.net/Tutorials/ResponsiveImageGallery/ http://tympanus.net/codrops/2011/09/20/responsive-image-gallery/

    But it would be nice if there were options for...
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    suggestions for image slide show

    I'm going around in circles searching for a RESPONSIVE image gallery slide show. It would be nice to be up to date with CSS3/HTML5, but any combination with JavaScript/jQuery is worth considering. ...
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    Use a WYSIWYG html/css editor like Dreamweaver...

    Use a WYSIWYG html/css editor like Dreamweaver and create your own templates
  17. I'm currently reading HTML5 & CSS3 FOR DUMMIES...

    I'm currently reading HTML5 & CSS3 FOR DUMMIES and just read Chap. 12 on gradients. The author concluded that there are so many complicated browser-specific versions that it would be wiser to use a...
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    Figured it out. Back circa 2000, if index was...

    Figured it out. Back circa 2000, if index was created on MAC it was index.HTM, while PC windows created index.HTML (or vice versa). For some reason (cannot say why), I created both index.HTML and...
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    Thanks jedaisoul. I usually do not JPEG compress...

    Thanks jedaisoul. I usually do not JPEG compress at lower %, but you reminded me that this is a case when I should. I thought that cropping the image might do the trick, but is it still too slow so...
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    Interesting. Trying to add something to...

    Interesting. Trying to add something to http://www.josephdenaro.com, I used


    html { background: #afeeee url(miscImages/jdMilkyWayCut.gif) no-repeat center center fixed;
    ...
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    thanks Sup3rkirby We will try to see what's...

    thanks Sup3rkirby

    We will try to see what's happening on server
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    css3 not working

    A friend is using the following css3 code at http://www.lapearldesigns.com -- which does not run the background cloud animation when first connecting to URL. But it does work when linking to HOME...
  23. Wonder if OL list-style image might be of...

    Wonder if OL list-style image might be of interest to you. See for example https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/list-style-image?redirectlocale=en-US&redirectslug=CSS%2Flist-style-image
  24. Back in the days of "browser wars" between...

    Back in the days of "browser wars" between Netscape and Internet Explorer, you included both (the <embed> nested with the <object>tag</object>).

    A more up-to-date explanation might be found here:...
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    boysingh YES and YES. Thank you. Thank you.

    boysingh YES and YES. Thank you. Thank you.
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