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    Change the function carrousel to accept...

    Change the function carrousel to accept parameters with the names of the elements. Replace all references to '#slidesContainer', '#slideInner', '#slideshow', etc with the passed parameters.
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    I am not sure what you are asking but if you want...

    I am not sure what you are asking but if you want to change the name you want to change this line:

    $imagepath = $imagename;

    There are a couple other concerns. The path you are saving to the...
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    You can position your elements to overlap. Don't...

    You can position your elements to overlap. Don't nest them because your javascript events would bubble up and you would end up having both elements handle the onclick. You can do something like this....
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    Do your containing elements have the same id...

    Do your containing elements have the same id (#slidesContainer)? If so, then it won't work.
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    The way I would do it is create another table...

    The way I would do it is create another table which references your course table and user table. That way you can assign a start date for a given user. Maybe something like the following.

    course...
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    120 views and no answer. I was afraid of that....

    120 views and no answer. I was afraid of that. Looks like I will have to move the validation to form submission instead.

    I can provide the code if anyone thinks that will help but I am 99.9% sure...
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    Dijit ValidationTextBox tooltip

    I have an odd problem I can't seem to find a solution for. I have two ValidationTextBox elements in a form, username and password. In the onBlur() function of username I call the validator function....
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    If you float right then they will be rendered on...

    If you float right then they will be rendered on the page from right to left. For example:


    <div style="float:right; width: 25px;">1</div>
    <div style="float:right; width: 25px;">2</div>
    <div...
  9. function showCheckBoxDiv(divName, box) { div =...

    function showCheckBoxDiv(divName, box) {
    div = document.getElementById(divName);
    vis = (box.checked) ? "block" : "none";
    // Here we check to see if we are hiding the input
    if(vis ==...
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    I really liked Prototype because the syntax was...

    I really liked Prototype because the syntax was easy to understand and there was quite a bit of documentation. These days I am using Dojo. The Dojo library is extensive. The initial learning curve is...
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    Float them. You can't set a width on inline...

    Float them. You can't set a width on inline elements. You can set position though. If you keep them block elements you can float them and set the width.
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    Frameworks are created to speed up development...

    Frameworks are created to speed up development time. You obviously need to have a firm understanding of the language before you attempt to use one. You contribute absolutely nothing to the...
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    $updateCnt = 1 should be 0, no? Yeah, I would say...

    $updateCnt = 1 should be 0, no? Yeah, I would say that is definitely what is causing your problem.
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    I have used jquery, prototype, yui, and dojo. My...

    I have used jquery, prototype, yui, and dojo. My favorites are jquery and prototype and I always end up going back to them. I tend to prefer the syntax of prototype. Dojo is a pain in the ass (and...
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    Why not use document.getElementById('hsurl').href...

    Why not use document.getElementById('hsurl').href instead?
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    It looks like you have 26 fields. PHP arrays are...

    It looks like you have 26 fields. PHP arrays are 0 based. Try changing $RECORD_LENGTH to 25.
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    Sorry, I missed the "another server" part. You...

    Sorry, I missed the "another server" part. You could try using curl if you are using php.
  18. I'm not sure if I understand you correctly. Is...

    I'm not sure if I understand you correctly. Is this what you are looking for?


    select post_id
    from table
    where user_id = ?
    and reply_to is not null;
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    Sure. Create your image for your four corners and...

    Sure. Create your image for your four corners and repeatable images for the top, bottom and sides. Just make these images a few pixels tall/wide so you can repeat them and let them expand to size of...
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    Exactly. You will have to add that functionality...

    Exactly. You will have to add that functionality to your showpic() function.
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    You can use the XMLHttpRequest to get the data....

    You can use the XMLHttpRequest to get the data. You can try something like this...


    <script type="text/javascript">
    var openBodyTag = '<body>';
    var closeBodyTag = '</body>';

    function...
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    It is the onblur event that is doing it. If you...

    It is the onblur event that is doing it. If you don't want that to happen then you could change showpic() function to check the other elements and change their size when one is clicked.

    Also, Java...
  23. This may not even be the cause of your problem...

    This may not even be the cause of your problem but IE seems to not like variable names that are the same as your elements.
  24. Also, for(i = 15; i > 0; --1){ should be --i...

    Also,
    for(i = 15; i > 0; --1){ should be --i not --1



    function dec2bin(){

    var strText;
    var arrBin = new Array(16);
    var strBin;
  25. Watch your parentheses. They both are missing an...

    Watch your parentheses. They both are missing an open.


    ...
    if ( (intDecNumber >= 0) && (intDecNumber < (intValueCompare)) ) {
    ...
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