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It's in the post. (click on "link")
Hover over the text "Educator Links" above the banner. In IE8, Chrome, and Fx, the dropdown appears under the text. In IE8's compatibility view (I'm assuming is IE7), the text appears to...
I found this great accordion script that does everything I need, EXCEPT:
I need the first level <li> to close upon second click of itself, collapsing the list - meaning I also want the option of the...
People don't want to be told WHY to do something, just WHAT to do. Think active phrases, not long lengthy explanations. That'll keep your design clean and clear.
It could be an Adobe update is locked up, preventing the program from opening. If you've got the whole CS3 package, I suggest opening another program in it (like DW or FW) and running the...
I didn't read your description in your post; when I visited the website, I had no idea what to do or what it was about.
Many of your users will happen upon it the same way.
I suggest you...
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Thanks - I'll give it a try!
Do you have to do that for 7? I thought that was just for 6. Figures.
I've got a dropdown that's appearing behind (or not at all) my jquery gallery in IE7. Can someone help me fix this? Thanks!
Please take a look at the featured content slideshow. In IE 7 and 8, the previous layer (if the image is not 800px wide) is still visible when the second layer appears. In Fx and Chrome, this...
(This is probably the first of many requests for help I'll be making, as I begin learning the world of PHP - apologies for the possible stupid questions.)
I've installed a WP blog (twenty-ten...
I'm using jShowOff to create a slideshow. The problem I'm having is, when I attempt to customize the script to lengthen the amount of time the slide is being displayed, the browser (either IE7 or...
Sorry - this forum is not to be used for job postings. I suggest you consult CraigsList.
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<div style="position: absolute; z-index: 1000; top: 0; right: 0; width:##px ; height: ##px;">
<a href="" style="display: block;">
<img src="" style="display: block;" />
Place after the...
This will get you started: http://www.webdesignbooth.com/15-jquery-plugins-for-a-better-photo-gallery-and-slideshow/
It depends on your DOCTYPE and the character encoding set on your page.
I put in a horizontal rule set to visibility: hidden and clear: both after the floated div.
I suggest using your job as a place to train students on web work. Create an intern program.
This may have something to do with it:
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