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  1. For those reading LeeU's comment: I made changes...

    For those reading LeeU's comment: I made changes based on his (her?) suggestions.
  2. Thanks for the reply! Perhaps you're right...

    Thanks for the reply!

    Perhaps you're right about the right sidebar. I'll experiment with variations. (I have a tendency to overuse gray tones)

    As for the content on the front page, it's a good...
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    (Oh btw please remove the...

    (Oh btw please remove the onload="...setInverval()" thing in the <body> tag in my example, if you use it. That's from me reusing test HTML pages. Just noticed that bit.)
  4. Please review my blog (on information overload/personal knowledge management)

    Hi everyone.

    About a month ago, I started a blog about tools for personal knowledge management and dealing with information overload: how to organize information found while reading online, how to...
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    (You'll need to change the code a bit since now...

    (You'll need to change the code a bit since now it only prints out in an alert box, though)
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    Well just paste your textfile content in the...

    Well just paste your textfile content in the textarea and click the button. For me, in Firefox 3, it gave me the result you wanted, ie. "E, 5, G, 4".
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    It looks very (pardon the pun) clean. Only thing...

    It looks very (pardon the pun) clean. Only thing I notice is the top menu wraps on a second line. I'm on Ubuntu, so I guess I'm not your typical visitor and probably don't have the fonts, but...
  8. Thread: CSS Content Box

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    I'm not sure if I get your question completely....

    I'm not sure if I get your question completely. It'd help if you posted the whole page with the <h3>/<p> tags in place.

    But if it's just that you get gaps under <h3>/<p> tags, it's normal if you...
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    For the file reading aspect: You can't...

    For the file reading aspect:

    You can't store/read local files using "normal" Web JavaScript. You have to call protected functions, since this is deemed unsecure. If you want an example of this...
  10. Well here's a reference for the Option object:...

    Well here's a reference for the Option object:
    http://www.devguru.com/Technologies/Ecmascript/Quickref/option.html
  11. Basically the changes I made are the following: ...

    Basically the changes I made are the following:

    - Called addItems() with parenthesis
    - Added the removal of existing items
    - Truly added the items, instead of selecting

    (Be careful about...
  12. There you go:

    There you go:


    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
    <head>...
  13. Thread: List Layout

    by fsav
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    Tried your code in MSIE 6. Changed that comma at...

    Tried your code in MSIE 6. Changed that comma at the end of the line "padding-top:20px," by a semicolon (; ). Now it's vertically aligned, in IE6.
  14. Try this (I changed the event from "click" to...

    Try this (I changed the event from "click" to "change" and hide/show the div based on its id (#) and the selected option):



    <html>
    <head>
    <script...
  15. Thread: List Layout

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    Try it and you'll see vastly different results :P...

    Try it and you'll see vastly different results :P "px" is what is says: pixels. "em" is a unit based on the font size: an em is about the size of a character.

    You use "em"s when you want your...
  16. Thread: List Layout

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    OK :P Then simply add "margin-bottom: 5px;"...

    OK :P

    Then simply add "margin-bottom: 5px;" (or whatever space you want) to your "#rightnav li" and I think it should add a 5px space between list items (remove the padding of 27px though).
  17. Thread: List Layout

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    OK I just saw you're doing an horizontal list,...

    OK I just saw you're doing an horizontal list, sorry about that. Perhaps some example in there might help you:

    http://css.maxdesign.com.au/listamatic/
  18. Thread: List Layout

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    Have you tried adjusting the margin-bottom/top...

    Have you tried adjusting the margin-bottom/top CSS property on your <li> items?
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    Try this. Instead of "parent" you could also use...

    Try this. Instead of "parent" you could also use "top".

    test.html


    <html>
    <head>

    </head>
    <body>
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    You seem to be seeking something very specific,...

    You seem to be seeking something very specific, but perhaps this will help:
    http://www.monkeyflash.com/css/image-rollover-navbar/

    At the bottom it shows how to make them horizontal.
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    Here's an example of a frameset being resized....

    Here's an example of a frameset being resized. I'm not sure if that's really what you want, though. Worked for me in Firefox.

    frameset.html


    <html>
    <head>
    <script>
    function resizeit(){...
  22. Thread: Iframe Issue

    by fsav
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    Putting your tags in and certainly...

    Putting your tags in <head> and <body> certainly won't hurt :) Try this:


    <html>
    <head><meta http-equiv='refresh' content='2; url=nextsrc2.html'></head>
    <body>
    <iframe src='nextsrc.html'/>...
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    Just a quick note: you have "test/javascript"...

    Just a quick note: you have "test/javascript" instead of "text/javascript" in your <script> tag... This prevented Firefox from interpreting the script, at least for me.
  24. Thread: Website review

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    - Where do you operate? In what country, city? If...

    - Where do you operate? In what country, city? If it's international it could be made clearer, otherwise (judging from the .hr domain name) it'd better be more evident you operate in Croatia (say)....
  25. Thread: site check

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    Looked at it in different browsers. Very clean...

    Looked at it in different browsers. Very clean and pleasant design, to my taste.

    The single point I notice is a different behavior for the top menu ("fixed" in most browsers, not so in MSIE 6)....
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