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    Not a problem. Glad we could help

    Not a problem. Glad we could help
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    Well this is actually a very simple script. first...

    Well this is actually a very simple script. first off, you do have a typo when you named your function, it says funciton. anyway here is the script



    <script type="text/javascript">

    function...
  3. I agree that the overflow: hidden; might be your...

    I agree that the overflow: hidden; might be your problem. I would just take that piece completely out. It should change it's dimensions automatically to the content within
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    there should be two periods in your src attribute...

    there should be two periods in your src attribute src=../image.jpg

    try this




    myWindow.document.write("<img alt='ALTERNATIVE' src='../image.jpeg' />");
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    look into the click method it kind of looks like...

    look into the click method it kind of looks like

    thisButton.click();
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    Try this Hi

    Try this



    <textarea wrap="off">Hi</textarea>
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    Not a problem.

    Not a problem.
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    turn the frame into a png and use it this way: ...

    turn the frame into a png and use it this way:




    <html>
    <head>
    <title>try</title>
    <style type="text/css">
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    try adding a width to your container div of...

    try adding a width to your container div of around 500px. it should do the trick.
  10. Thread: CSS Menu

    by skullsnest
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    can you give us a link or show the code

    can you give us a link or show the code
  11. what exactly is it doing

    what exactly is it doing
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    in your css for newscontent, change...

    in your css for newscontent, change margin-bottom: 10px;
    to margin: 0px auto 10px auto;

    see what that does
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    mess with the margin left a bit, increase the...

    mess with the margin left a bit, increase the size. It should work.

    Glad I could help
  14. Technically, It's displaying it correctly. the...

    Technically, It's displaying it correctly. the editLink div's parent is the body, so it should go to top: 0px; and left: 0px; of the body;

    maybe i'm reading it wrong, but that's what it looks like
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    You have a lot of css that isn't going to help...

    You have a lot of css that isn't going to help you. You are telling your extras to go a certain amount of space from the right, but when that space is increased, it can't land where you want it. Try...
  16. You can define a dreamweaver site for server,...

    You can define a dreamweaver site for server, wich will allow you to work directly from the server.
  17. I know you already figured this out, but this is...

    I know you already figured this out, but this is a snippet of code I have that loops through all elements to find a class name and put it into an array, almost like getElementsByTagName, but better....
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    Before this page loads, you will need to check if...

    Before this page loads, you will need to check if a cookie exists, then redirect depending on the language the cookie says, redirect using an if else statement.
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    The question is what do you need done in this...

    The question is what do you need done in this script, and what is the script you have
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    Your only allowing that div to have 20px of...

    Your only allowing that div to have 20px of height, which is all it's registering. take out the
    just take out the

    height: 20px

    and you should be fine.
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    try using css using fixed positioning, such as ...

    try using css using fixed positioning, such as



    #div {position: fixed;
    bottom: 0px;
    left: 0px;
    }
  22. it shouldn't be if(opacity = 100), that is...

    it shouldn't be
    if(opacity = 100), that is actually setting the opacity to 100,
    instead, put

    if(opacity == 100)

    this should work
  23. set the div that has a style of height: 600px; ...

    set the div that has a style of
    height: 600px;
    to height: 600px; overflow: hidden

    this should do the trick
  24. the div might have overflow hidden, but it's...

    the div might have overflow hidden, but it's height is set to 100&#37;. seeing as the content of the subdiv is 2000px, the 100% is equal to the 2000px;
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