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    Those symbols look familiar to me... Are you...

    Those symbols look familiar to me... Are you saving your pages with a BOM (byte order mark)?

    Debug test if you can't find any problems: Try adding this to an affected page and click on the button...
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    document.body.innerHTML =...

    document.body.innerHTML = document.body.innerHTML.replace(new RegExp(word, "g"),"gaurang");

    Would that work for you?
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    f3 isn't a function (Firefox actually reports "f3...

    f3 isn't a function (Firefox actually reports "f3 is not a function"). f3 is actually a string!


    var f3=f1+f2;
    alert(typeof f3);
    alert(f3);

    Have fun with that one. I know I will. ...
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    If you don't return false, the form will actually...

    If you don't return false, the form will actually be submitted, and the page will look as if you did nothing. If you return false, that prevents the form from being submitted.

    method="get" isn't...
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    <html>
    <head>
    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    function process() {
    document.form1.output.value = document.form1.input.value;
    return false;
    }
    //...
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    If it is arranged alphabetically, then it has an...

    If it is arranged alphabetically, then it has an order... I'd recommend OL. Just make sure that you remove the browser's default numbering in some way (e.g. <ol type="none"> or use CSS to set the...
  7. The simplest way I can think of is: ...

    The simplest way I can think of is:

    eval('this.' + window[someVar] + ' = "property value";');
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    Hmm... I've never had to do this, but maybe you...

    Hmm... I've never had to do this, but maybe you need to do the following in addition to using xs:import:

    <xs:schema xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"...
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    Actually, the first schema isn't usable without...

    Actually, the first schema isn't usable without the namespace attribute. The import element requires a namespace at minimum with the schemaLocation being optional. If one schema uses the same...
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    http://www.w3.org/2001/inv.xsd results in a 404...

    http://www.w3.org/2001/inv.xsd results in a 404 error. Perhaps that is why. Anyway, you don't need @schemaLocation... The namespace alone should be enough, IIRC.
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    Poll: Well, that's one good thing. Last I knew, the...

    Well, that's one good thing. Last I knew, the FONT element was going to be included for WYSIWYG editors only, and authors were discouraged from using it...which honestly didn't make much sense at...
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    Poll: This has been debated...

    This has been debated and discussed more than a few times.

    While those three articles are a bit old, they still are somewhat relevant. I'm personally a fan of the approach that XHTML 2.0 takes,...
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    Tags are a sort of bookmarking/memorisation...

    Tags are a sort of bookmarking/memorisation method. They are like keywords that are relevant to the content, making things easier to remember. On some sites, they are also able to be used like...
  14. This is an issue with your XML creation. No...

    This is an issue with your XML creation. No elements appear to be getting created, not to mention sss.php just redirects to sss.xml. For those reasons, this is probably more of a PHP problem than...
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    Technically, yes, an instance document can...

    Technically, yes, an instance document can possibly have two root nodes using that schema. However, only one can be used at a time since a single document can only have a single root node.
  16. Yeah, the th element is definitely not...

    Yeah, the th element is definitely not deprecated, and it would still be recognised even if it was deprecated, just as the applet element is still recognised despite being deprecated.
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    XHTML isn't really standard per se because IE...

    XHTML isn't really standard per se because IE doesn't support it at all. The best you can do is use XHTML 1.0 and serve it as text/html, effectively making browsers treat it like HTML 4.01 anyway. ...
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    LOL!! You asked for recommendations, and that's...

    LOL!! You asked for recommendations, and that's what you were shown! :p

    Since you have a solid idea of how to create a Web page, I'd definitely second Charles' suggestions despite the fact that...
  19. Well, you never specified the condition for the...

    Well, you never specified the condition for the page to reload. All that you do is that if the username entry is null, the page reloads automatically. You need something that distinguishes between...
  20. No, there aren't exactly any CSS hacks for that...

    No, there aren't exactly any CSS hacks for that sort of thing. However, there are always reset style sheets that are designed to make as many browsers behave in the same manner as possible. Some of...
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    Well, since you already have them...you can use...

    Well, since you already have them...you can use them as fuel for a fire. :p

    HTML, XHTML and CSS should definitely be first since they're the foundation of any page. One of JavaScript or...
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    "Both" versions show up? What do you mean? ...

    "Both" versions show up? What do you mean?


    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="site.css">
    <!--[if IE]>
    <style type="text/css">
    #LoginPass { font-size: ... }
    </style>
    <![endif]-->...
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    You could try using conditional comments...

    You could try using conditional comments.
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    Actually, C# is the first true .NET language. C#...

    Actually, C# is the first true .NET language. C# can't do anything without .NET other than create variables and functions/methods/whatever-they're-called (there are also languages that use the .NET...
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    There is no "onscroll" attribute (or "onScroll"...

    There is no "onscroll" attribute (or "onScroll" for that matter). However, window.onscroll exists. You would use that in your script (outside of your function of course).

    It could also be that...
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