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actually, there is a way to do that with css
the attribute background-size does that
It is supported by all the current browser versions, but does not work in IE8- and FF3.6-
you gave the objects paddings on left and right side
these paddings differ. therefore the text is not centered there.
if you use the same padding on both sides (20,20 instead of 30,10) it...
what do you want to center there?
You could just publish a second version of your feed with different or empty links.
I guess it would work fine if you use anchor links like href='#somewhere' which will keep the user an the site
var count = document.getElementById("yourTextArea").value.length;
you would have to set a cookie for each element that is allowed be hide
there you find function to get and to set a cookie
It does exactly what it says
Since document.cookie just returns a string with...
as i tried to explain, there is no getElementsByName function that looks for a pattern
if you have three boxes with the same name "xqty" the getelementsByName("xqty") will get you these three
getElementsByTagName does exist but not in the way you used it.
By handing over an existing html tag like p,span,a,div etc. it returns an object containing any...
k ... looks like your post didnt show the whole picture
to explain this issue:
an elements z-index is always related to the z-index of the elements that contain it
meaning, an element with...
I hope that does fit your requirements
there is no accelerating or slowing down but the rest should be liek you wanted it
tell me if its ok
I can not reproduce the issue.
I took your code and added background color on both ids and resized them to provoke overlaying: and it is just fine.
The red google thing that has z-index 20 is...
could you please post the html ?
what about setting style.height="auto" after updating the content?
i just focused on the transmitting part of the problem and forgot about handling the data at all
definitely as session would be the way to store $uid before redirecting.
SELECT num, COUNT(num) AS count
GROUP BY num
should give you as many lines as different objects you have containing the objects name and the number of its appearance
I am sorry for mistyping that
i just copied an forgot to change
i just wanted to help
and consider your reaction on this little mistake as quite unfriendly
Charles is absolutely right on the validity side.
A point i just forgot to mention.
But in this special case the <p> isn't the one causing the problem.
One thing: I head a look at the page...
try to put a div with style="clear:both;" beneath the floatd divs but inside their parent
<img src="images/buttons/home_btn.png" border=0
alt="home button" /></a></div>
First of all: IE 5.5 is dead, buried with its younger brother IE6
Try to put the whole div into a div with style="text-align:center" or a <center> tag
as far as I remember this should o the...
i've overseen that:
this notation is wrong
if there is a certain a-tag of the class "h-btn" that should have a certain style when pseudo-class "active" is triggered,...
just ask google
with crateRange in IE and getSelection in Firefox you cannot create a selection itself but fetch the content of a selection that had been made by a user
the only way to hide transmitted vars from the URL is to send them via post instead of get.
<form action="page1.php" method="post">
<input type="text" name="uid"/>