dcsimg
www.webdeveloper.com

Search:

Type: Posts; User: nodehead

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    12
    Views
    3,002

    Incidently, xetea's point of using a fake...

    Incidently, xetea's point of using a fake directory to differentiate a user request in the URL is a tidier option... but usually only if you've planned it out that way. And NO! The "user" folder...
  2. Replies
    12
    Views
    3,002

    Just keep your link structure as you had it and...

    Just keep your link structure as you had it and use a rewrite condition to make sure a directory doesn't exist before implementing the rewrite rule:


    Options +FollowSymLinks
    RewriteEngine On
    ...
  3. Replies
    5
    Views
    2,161

    I'm not seeing the problem being reproduced in...

    I'm not seeing the problem being reproduced in any browser, so it's hard to say for certain - but it's likely a line-height problem within the anchor with the imglink class: You can set a line-height...
  4. Replies
    12
    Views
    3,002

    You page is using relative URLs. When you visit...

    You page is using relative URLs. When you visit http://domain/user/ for example, most browsers will be looking for your css file at http://domain/user/CSS.css instead of http://domain/CSS.css...
  5. Replies
    1
    Views
    1,655

    You place .htaccess files in your server's...

    You place .htaccess files in your server's assigned document root (i.e. the place where you would put your website's "index" page). If you don't want the rules of the .htaccess file to apply to your...
  6. Assuming you're using Apache (or Litespeed ) as...

    Assuming you're using Apache (or Litespeed ) as your web server, you can place the following in a .htaccess file within the directory where the PDF is supposed to reside (i.e. where the PDF was) -...
  7. Across the board I'm seeing the logo centre...

    Across the board I'm seeing the logo centre aligned, the "since 1914" under it (again, center aligned) and the "Treasure the taste" under it (again, center aligned).
  8. Replies
    8
    Views
    2,118

    Sorry, typo: ...

    Sorry, typo: <img src="foo" width="" height=""> alt="bar"

    should, of course, be: <img src="foo" width="" height="" alt="bar">
  9. Replies
    8
    Views
    2,118

    If you're specifically designing something for a...

    If you're specifically designing something for a website, you should be sizing in Pixels - resolution will have no bearing: if an image / canvas is 300 x 300px - doesn't matter if it's 300d/ppi or...
  10. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,924

    Probably best not to confuse the W3C with...

    Probably best not to confuse the W3C with W3Schools :p

    Even most "older" devices will have a far greater colour range than this at this point. These days you should be safe to use the full RGB...
  11. Between Linux and Windows I've just had a look on...

    Between Linux and Windows I've just had a look on 8 browsers and it's rending consistently across all - but I'm not sure if it looks like it's supposed to - any chance of a screenshot?

    You've a...
  12. You've quite a few validation errors, so you'll...

    You've quite a few validation errors, so you'll want to start by tidying up your mark-up: http://validator.w3.org/

    The most apparent errors are the block-level elements (e.g. div) within strict...
Results 1 to 12 of 12
HTML5 Development Center



Recent Articles