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    Check the HTML code of whatever file the header...

    Check the HTML code of whatever file the header section about your form is.
    If your site is dynamic then, it's in one of the included file but I am just speculating here.
    Considering the chunk of...
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    It looks like there is another element on top of...

    It looks like there is another element on top of the non-clickable ones.
    After looking into your code and removing the
    <header><h1><center><span class="table_title...
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    @127.0.0.1 indeed we should use parseFloat()...

    @127.0.0.1 indeed we should use parseFloat() instead of parseInt()
    First look at the HTML to make sure the right shipping values are stored in the "value" attribute are not all zeros.
    In fact I...
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    function updateTotal() { //for var...

    function updateTotal() {
    //for
    var radios = document.getElementsByName('shipping');
    var shipping_cost =0; //in case no radio button is checked

    for (radio in radios) {
    ...
  5. Thread: Hello!

    by holyhttp
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    You should not be embarrassed by your code as a...

    You should not be embarrassed by your code as a beginner. Even seasoned programmer has to refactor their code.

    header {
    height: 259px;
    background: url (../images/layout_large.jpg)...
  6. 1. Save your spreadsheet as a CSV text file. 2....

    1. Save your spreadsheet as a CSV text file.
    2. Write a python script to read that CSV file.
    3. Retrieve the email address from each line of the text read knowing the position of the email column...
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    richardstevens has just given us more than enough...

    richardstevens has just given us more than enough reasons to use infographics.
    That's great stuff!
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    How about just this:

    How about just this:

    <?php
    require_once(dirname(__DIR__) . '/classes/database.php');

    // if is not an ajax request or a post method...
    if (!$forms->isAjax() or !$forms->isPost()) {
    ...
  9. I will take Brad Jones advice very seriously.

    I will take Brad Jones advice very seriously.
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    Infographics are more for humans than bots. They...

    Infographics are more for humans than bots. They let you summarize information and are visually appealing.
    You could think creating a copy to expand on your infographic.
    A good infographic might...
  11. Simple is easier for the end-user to understand...

    Simple is easier for the end-user to understand in a glance and to remember.
    Avoid fine lines that might become invisible when the logo is reduce to very small sizes.
    Look for inspiration and tips...
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    Have you tried using SimpleXMLElement? Here is...

    Have you tried using SimpleXMLElement?
    Here is the URL: https://secure.php.net/manual/en/simplexml.examples-basic.php
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    If your SQL query returns a success message and...

    If your SQL query returns a success message and did not update your num_comments fields then maybe the blog_id you are providing is incorrect.
    How about test your SQL by simply writing a plain query...
  14. Give a name to your drop-down list:

    Give a name to your drop-down list:
    <select name="selection">
    <option>a</option>
    <option>b</option>
    <option>c</option>
    <option>d</option>
    <option>e</option>
    </select>
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    Did you track the execution of your program to...

    Did you track the execution of your program to make sure:
    - The form data is sent properly
    - The POSTed data is received on the server-side
    - You are shown the "success" message at the end of the...
  16. When you are talking about enterprise, you should...

    When you are talking about enterprise, you should expect to fork some money to get something the same way your clients pay for your services.
    Otherwise, you could try to develop an in-house solution...
  17. Thread: Hello!

    by holyhttp
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    It doesn't matter at this point which editor or...

    It doesn't matter at this point which editor or web browser you are using as long as you stick with the basics.
    And feel free to also post your code (HTML, CSS) for members to help you pinpoint the...
  18. Thread: Hello!

    by holyhttp
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    Since you are in the process of learning HTML and...

    Since you are in the process of learning HTML and CSS I suggest these 2 options.
    If your test site is just one page, then you can just embed your CSS in the header section of the page. That way you...
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    If you want to keep the initial query string...

    If you want to keep the initial query string then:
    RewriteRule ^/?add/([^?]*)((\?)(.*))?$ edit.php?url=$1&$4 [L,QSA]
    Notice how I separate the question mark and the original query string to capture...
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    RewriteRule ^/?add/([^?]*)(\?.*)?$...

    RewriteRule ^/?add/([^?]*)(\?.*)?$ edit.php?url=$1 [L,QSA]
    Obviously you do not care about the query string that is in the original URL.
  21. I assume by using nexAll('tr') you wan to...

    I assume by using nexAll('tr') you wan to collapse all rows following the one clicked but only those that do not have the CSS class named "RowToClick".
    First your HTML snippet has an extra open...
  22. AngularJS You should inject $http as a dependency when...

    You should inject $http as a dependency when defining the "Pages" resource.

    defaultPage.factory("Pages", ['$http', funtion ($http){
    ......... //your function body here

    }]);

    On the success...
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    Granted if you use a simple button without the...

    Granted if you use a simple button without the submit attribute you can simply set onClick="window.print()", so that's not really the important matter here.
    When you fill out the form then invoke...
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    There was simply a typo in the function is...

    There was simply a typo in the function is suggested
    function printContent(evt){
    var evt=evt||window.event;
    evt.preventDefault(); //halts the submission of the form
    window.print(); //opens the...
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    All you really need is to invoke your function to...

    All you really need is to invoke your function to call window.print();

    <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Print" onclick="printContent()" target="_blank"></input>

    function...
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