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    Go to http://mysite.com/cpanel Scroll down to...

    Go to http://mysite.com/cpanel Scroll down to Addon Domains.

    --Dave
  2. I'm not 100% certain, but you you may try to...

    I'm not 100&#37; certain, but you you may try to change the target attribute of the link. Using <a target="_blank" href="" id="mylink"></a> forces a new window. Just try domID.target="_blank".

    This...
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    Nice. On the new car prices tab, I would change...

    Nice. On the new car prices tab, I would change the star (explode view) icon to a triangle, or (+) sign, just to make it a tad more obvious. But that is all I can think of at first glance (which is...
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    You're welcome. It looks great on Safari (Mac) ...

    You're welcome. It looks great on Safari (Mac) I highly suggest it, because of the Dev tools that come with it. I was able to change the position of elements on the fly with almost no work.
    ...
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    When I view it (Safari) I see the video offset to...

    When I view it (Safari) I see the video offset to the right 30 pixels or so. Set the left edge of the video element to 359px. on Safari, it aligns up perfectly. Perhaps it will on other browsers as...
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    They should be the same, shouldn't they?

    They should be the same, shouldn't they?
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    I see your image has an absolute position of...

    I see your image has an absolute position of left:339px, but your video has an absolute position of left:378px

    --Dave
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    One thing you may want to do in your css file,...

    One thing you may want to do in your css file, is set margins and padding of your body element to 0. Some browsers automatically give a "ring" around the content, others don't. This can seriously ...
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    Ajax calls are basic html calls. Browsers send...

    Ajax calls are basic html calls. Browsers send cookies with them. You can set a cookie, make a totally unrelated AJAX call, and the cookie goes with it. Or, you can add the javascript variable to...
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    This sounds like a CS assignment, so please let...

    This sounds like a CS assignment, so please let us know what you have tried. Why IE and not any other browser?
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    Why not set a cookie? Use javascript to set a...

    Why not set a cookie? Use javascript to set a cookie: (document.cookie = "javascriptVar=my&#37;20string"; )

    Then within php:

    if isset($_COOKIE['javascriptVar']) $_SESSION['javascriptVar'] =...
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    If you can't modify the original asp pages, then...

    If you can't modify the original asp pages, then there is no way to access an sql server w/o ajax.

    However, before I knew anything about AJAX, and it is primarily an IE thing, I made some very...
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    You cannot directly execute SQL from javascript,...

    You cannot directly execute SQL from javascript, but you can use AJAX. I can't give specific directions, because the topic it too large, but look into Prototype.js or jquery for easy to use...
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    Use absolute positioning. For browser oddities,...

    Use absolute positioning. For browser oddities, make sure you set the margins and padding of the body element to 0.

    You can use the zIndex style for when elements overlap each other. You can...
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    It seems like a lot of this work then is not too...

    It seems like a lot of this work then is not too much to protect my own site, but to protect other sites. If I want to break into my Mom's bank account, I do so by breaking into her Hotmail account...
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    Yes, but dictionary attacks require that they...

    Yes, but dictionary attacks require that they somehow steal already hashed and salted passwords. If I go through all the trouble of stealing this, why not just steal the data itself? After all,...
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    Security questions...

    I don't have multiple servers, so when I store the hashed login/password, it is stored with all the data of my applications. The idea behind dictionary and rainbow attacks is that a hacker needs to...
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    Try removing the space on the 's style: ...

    Try removing the space on the <div>'s style:
    style="opacity:0.0;"

    Just an educated guess.

    --Dave
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    Did you know that Safari can "mimic" different...

    Did you know that Safari can "mimic" different web browsers? If I want to watch "The Guild" on MSN video, I simply tell Safari to send the "Internet Explorer 8.0" user agent and it lets me watch it....
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    Safari has the most incredible DOM inspector I've...

    Safari has the most incredible DOM inspector I've yet to come across. You need to go into preferences and turn on the Developer menu.

    I right clicked on that space, and chose "Inspect Element. I...
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    People still use those ?!??!?!?

    People still use those ?!??!?!?
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    Long term Login

    I'm curious how sites like the NYTimes stores information about me long term. If I don't visit their site for six months, they know who I am. I would like to copy this functionality for a site I am...
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    Well, that is what is supposed to happen. It's...

    Well, that is what is supposed to happen. It's not though. It's firing before Prototype.js is parsed. It worked when I wrapped it in a setTimeout(). It even worked if the timeout was 0 mSec.

    I...
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    Real quick: use onFocus() and onBlur() within...

    Real quick: use onFocus() and onBlur() within textboxes. Try to reserve onClick() for clickable things.

    --Dave
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    Download the GIMP for cropping the picture. It's...

    Download the GIMP for cropping the picture. It's free, its as good Photoshop-2-3 versions behind. I've heard Square Space being advertised a lot. It's a new on-line wysisyg editor, free on a trial...
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