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    Thanks!

    Thanks!
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    Thanks! I never would have caught that.

    Thanks! I never would have caught that.
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    Ah! Thanks for the screen shot. I believe that...

    Ah! Thanks for the screen shot. I believe that occurred because of accidentally making the page a fixed height, not allowing it to expand in the event of the text rendering bigger than I had...
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    I agree about the footer text, something I...

    I agree about the footer text, something I definitely need to address, but which form are you referring to?

    Thanks!
    --Steve
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    Does This Look Professional Enough?

    Hello all,
    I just launched my latest website for a t-shirt business I started. I've been developing websites for years, but this is the first time I've really had to develop a site that is required...
  6. Generally the error console in FF is sufficient...

    Generally the error console in FF is sufficient for me, but you are you looking for something more in depth?

    --Steve
  7. A practical implementation of mrhoo's suggestion:...

    A practical implementation of mrhoo's suggestion:

    <input type="submit" onclick="this.disabled=true;this.value='Processing...'" value="Submit"/>

    --Steve
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    What is the expected operation of this segment...

    What is the expected operation of this segment and what is the actual? In other words, what do you want it to do versus what is it doing?

    Math.round(document.getElementById("field1").value =...
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    The code says out should take the value of...

    The code says out should take the value of 'value2', but 'value2' would be changed in that manner. So it would be:

    out = value2;
    value2 = (value2*-1)+1;
    right?

    --Steve
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    I'm not sure if I understand. You want to get the...

    I'm not sure if I understand. You want to get the value of 'out' as last set by autoRound(), without calling autoRound()? In that case I believe 'out' should be a global variable.

    --Steve
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    Yeah really it just annoys the user. And its also...

    Yeah really it just annoys the user. And its also presumptuous a lot of the time when sites say that their content is copyrighted. The context menu has many more functions than just view source or...
  12. Hmm, this seems like a good idea. I'll have to...

    Hmm, this seems like a good idea. I'll have to add any more that I can think of. While I think it would be unlikely for the students to be defining styles themselves that would override this user...
  13. Browser or FF Addon to Block Deprecated Tags?

    For my own purposes and for teaching web design, I'm looking for either a browser or a FireFox addon that can render a page without being lenient about deprecated tags. As in, it won't allow them at...
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    Give a sample of what it should look like before...

    Give a sample of what it should look like before formatting, and then an example of it formatted.

    --Steve
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    I would compare the dates based on their...

    I would compare the dates based on their timestamps, using time() to get the current timestamp, and strtotime() to convert the time coming from the database:

    function expiredate($id) {...
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    I'm not exactly familiar with DC++, but peer to...

    I'm not exactly familiar with DC++, but peer to peer file sharing is perfectly legal. It becomes illegal when you trade copyrighted material that the holder does not give permission to trade. As far...
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    I would think if anything would allow you to...

    I would think if anything would allow you to change the user's browsing history (doubtful), it would have to be a client side script, and not PHP. A better idea for this set-up is to have a PHP page...
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    I, for one, don't know what you mean by an...

    I, for one, don't know what you mean by an "automatic image focusing tool." Do you have any examples of what is trying to be accomplished, or better yet, a description of the algorithm that needs to...
  19. echo $_POST[value]; In this case, the key you're...

    echo $_POST[value]; In this case, the key you're using, "value", has no spaces or punctuation so you are allowed to go without quotes. They are essential however, if you have a space or punctuation...
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    Post the code you're using.

    Post the code you're using.
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    You should only be running the database query if...

    You should only be running the database query if something has been submitted via form:

    <?php
    if (count($_POST)) {
    require_once('Connections/principal.php');
    $miconexion = new...
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    Of course if you want PHP on your computer, use...

    Of course if you want PHP on your computer, use XAMPP (the link is in a post above). It is by far the easiest way to get started!

    --Steve
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    Clearly! :p --Steve

    Clearly! :p

    --Steve
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    I can't understand a word you're saying. ...

    I can't understand a word you're saying. :rolleyes:

    --Steve
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    I am curious though, did you see this done...

    I am curious though, did you see this done somewhere else? Or is it just something you tried?
    Glad to hear you got it working atleast!

    --Steve
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