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  1. One CSS property: z-index.

    One CSS property: z-index.
  2. You just do...

    You just do document.getElementById("checkboxId").checked = false to uncheck the checkboxes when you disable them.
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    What browser are you seeing this white border in?

    What browser are you seeing this white border in?
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    Haha, that's what I said -- .className[class] is...

    Haha, that's what I said -- .className[class] is redundant.
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    Images support the onclick event. Can you show us...

    Images support the onclick event. Can you show us some code that doesn't work the way you expect it to?
  6. If he wants to be able to select multiple...

    If he wants to be able to select multiple options, though then checkboxes are the correct choice. Having them all the same name will return all selected values in a single name too.
  7. You would use JavaScript. Have you tried anything...

    You would use JavaScript. Have you tried anything yet? It is good that each input has an id attribute. You can use this to help you tie up your JavaScript.

    I just made an example of how to do...
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    It looks like you are trying to create a multiple...

    It looks like you are trying to create a multiple choice questionaire at first glance, but then when I read more into your list of requirements, I get a little confused, so


    You want all...
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    What methods have you seen? Can you provide some...

    What methods have you seen? Can you provide some examples?
  10. Get the width of the window, calculate the width...

    Get the width of the window, calculate the width and location of the <div>, then figure out whether the width of the <div> extends beyond the width of the browser window -- that's some simple math.
  11. One thing you could do is in the href attribute...

    One thing you could do is in the href attribute of a regular link (also known as an anchor tag), write javascript code, like:


    <a href="javascript:return false;">Link text</a>

    Or you could use...
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    No problem.

    No problem.
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    What do you mean by "really old browsers"? It is...

    What do you mean by "really old browsers"? It is generally accepted that nobody should, or is required to, support any browser older than Internet Explorer 6.0, Firefox 3.5, Safari 3.0, or Opera 10....
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    You could do

    You could do <span style="text-align: left;">...</span>

    This will left-justify the text between the <span> tag components.
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    Looks good. Glad I could help.

    Looks good. Glad I could help.
  16. Quickly you shouldn't use conditional CSS. Let me...

    Quickly you shouldn't use conditional CSS. Let me read the rest of the thread and maybe I can help.
  17. Hey I just saw this -- that's looking pretty...

    Hey I just saw this -- that's looking pretty good. I just did some messing around with your outer containing divs and found something that'll probably work. First of all remove height: auto -- it is...
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    The syntax ".bb_hpList .promotionsTV[class]"...

    The syntax ".bb_hpList .promotionsTV[class]" means



    An example might be:


    <div class="bb_hpList">
    <div class="promotionsTV">
    </div>
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    Contain those three boxes in another single div...

    Contain those three boxes in another single div that has the CSS:


    margin: 0 auto;
  20. As an alternative, it is generally accepted that...

    As an alternative, it is generally accepted that you set the default font size in a body style. Use px in this case to create an absolute size, then use either &#37; or em for increases or decreases in...
  21. Most browsers still currently support only CSS 2...

    Most browsers still currently support only CSS 2 or CSS 2.1 and vertical text is not supported until CSS 3. So you can either wait until then or use an image.
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    Here's the solution, rather than using to...

    Here's the solution, rather than using <br/> to separate your text from your image, encapsulate the image in a div and the text in a div like:


    <a href=''>
    <div>
    <img...
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    You don't need position: relative -- just do...

    You don't need position: relative -- just do float:right, and in most case it'll be on the same row as any left-floating elements.
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    Have you tried making the z-index 1000?

    Have you tried making the z-index 1000?
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    In each of those links change the CSS attribute...

    In each of those links change the CSS attribute in the class definitions for "position: relative;" to "float: left;", and then add "overflow: hidden;" to you .links CSS class. AND get rid of the...
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