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Eye for Video
You'll have a real tough time converting mono to true stereo because of the way the audio was originally recorded. Mono mixes all the audio into one channel.... the instrumental, the vocal, the...
For best results and best help, post a link to the actual on-line page. Showing the code is only part of the solution. We would have to see the code on the atual page to test and troubleshoot the...
Post in CSS section for best results.
Please provide more information... in great detail... for example... is this a Web video? displayed in a Web browser? what type of video (.flv, .mp4, coming from Youtube), What type of text banner?...
Just download the Quicktime player/browser pluggin. Once the pluggin is installed in your Web browser, you don't keep to be conntected to the Intenet to play .mov files....
So are you wanted the viewer to just download the video or do you want the viewer to watch the video? The process (scripting) for each is different.
If you want the let the viewer watch the video,...
What exactly do you mean by a "live feed"? ... a live video feed? ...an RSS feed? ... something else?
What exactly do you want to update? with what? ..text, news, video?
Can you post a link to an...
Well from my testing I still see no difference in display between the links with or without file extensions. But here is what I do see.
In IE 8... NO page peel displays on ANY of the links... it...
I disagree with the premise that the file extension (such as .htm) has anything to do with the problem.
First off, there is no logical way that the use or lack of use of a file extension would...
May be missing files or bad pathing.
Post a link to the actual online page.
Eye for Video
If the goal of your site is "Blogging", then learn to use WordPress. There is no need to reinvent the wheel, nor would potential clients want to pay you to do so.
There are many ways to customize...
A "JC Player"?? not sure what that is. Or did you mean JWPlayer?
"Their generator for code"... What code?
Can we see the Web page?
Without more info, we won't be able to help much. Please provide...
Using a background image can be expandable... which is more than can be said for a single sliced up image.
Review the background image property here:...
I'd suggest that you skip this part:
slicing an image is really old school... used to make it look like something was happening when Internet connection speeds were really slow.
Now days, that's...
Take a look here:
scroll down to "Advanced Settings" then in the "dynamic tabs" section. Scroll down to see setting tabs to bottom.
And/or google more...
You don't need to apply any z-index to the image or the video... by default all HTML elements start out at z-index level 0.
Just give your menu content a z-index higher than the default (z-index:10...
It's the menu drop-down content that needs to have a higher z-index applied to it... not the image.
And remember, for z-indexing to work, the element must also have a declared position.
As mentioned already, a link to the actual page is really what we need to diagnose. The css is just a part of the picture, we need to see the whole page as it's laid out.
Eye for Video
If you don't have Firebug for FF:
and Developers Toolbar for IE:
I'd suggest you download them.
font-size: 16px !important;
margin-top: 240px !important;
as you can see, top margin set at 240.
Eye for Video
A very ambitious goal!
But to tell you the truth, from your background
I suggest you build your site using an existing Content Management System. It could take you many, many, months to build...
Contact your Domain Name Registrar.... that's what they do, NOT the Web host... unless you have a package deal where one host does both.
The Web hosting comany will give you the name of the...
You should get the coding errors under control before going any further. Sometimes even one or two basic layout errors can throw off the rest of the page.
25 Errors, 10 warning(s) as validated here:...
The underlined text is because they are links... or more accurately... anchor tags <a....
You can remove the underline by setting the CSS for your anchors to:
Almost NEVER would you choose a declared position over positioning via CSS, which includes not only "float" but also padding and margin.
Review the CSS Box Model here:...