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    If you inspect the first background, it's fixed...

    If you inspect the first background, it's fixed with a z-index. A quick look shows that the other backgrounds are absolutely positioned with a higher z-index so that when it scrolls into view, it...
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    If you don't want it editable, don't put it in...

    If you don't want it editable, don't put it in the input field. Have it outside.

    06-<input type="text" />
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    Here's a jsFiddle. I don't get what's wrong. The...

    Here's a jsFiddle. I don't get what's wrong. The links seem to work.
    http://jsfiddle.net/DYhXY/


    Can you clarify what's happening on your end?

    By the way, 2 things:
    1. You don't need...
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    One difference I see is that the first one has a...

    One difference I see is that the first one has a "submit" parameter. Did you check to see that the 2 requests are the same? That might be a good place to start.
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    Here's an entire page about regular expressions...

    Here's an entire page about regular expressions in JavaScript.

    https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/JavaScript/Guide/Regular_Expressions
  6. Thread: Sass and Scss

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    1. That is correct. SASS/SCSS need to be compiled...

    1. That is correct. SASS/SCSS need to be compiled into CSS. Your HTML file uses the CSS file.
    2. Depending on how you've set things up, you can have Ruby recompile on each request. However, this is...
  7. There is no easy way to do vertical alignment in...

    There is no easy way to do vertical alignment in HTML or CSS. Unlike horizontal alignment where you can do "width: 100px; margin: 0 auto;", there is no equivalent for vertical alignment. My...
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    I'm assuming your lot_number and lot_number_scan...

    I'm assuming your lot_number and lot_number_scan are strings. If you want to do matching with strings that are like each other, use regular expressions.
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    Probably not optimal, but you can have a function...

    Probably not optimal, but you can have a function that checks the time and sees if there are any appointments within 10 minutes. Popup a reminder if there is. Then you set this function to run...
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