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  1. There are various tutorials online if you google...

    There are various tutorials online if you google "css text bubble". Maybe one of them will suit?

    Here's an example: http://nicolasgallagher.com/pure-css-speech-bubbles/demo/
  2. That create-new-account page is a .html file,...

    That create-new-account page is a .html file, which, by default, is not sent to the php processor, regardless of who's hosting you're using. Have you set something in the .htaccess file to tell it to...
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    :) You've got some funny math going on. Change...

    :)

    You've got some funny math going on. Change those left and right margins to positive numbers, in pixels:



    <style>
    .ad.ommaleft {
    float: left !important;
    margin-top: -173px;
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    You've got your margins on backward :) Adding...

    You've got your margins on backward :)

    Adding right margin to the image on the left isn't the right place. You want to add left margin on that image. And right margin to the image on the right.
  5. "Self-taught" and "professional" are two...

    "Self-taught" and "professional" are two othogonal terms, I can't think of much they have in common.

    Self-taught means (to me, anyway) that you didn't go to school or have a teacher, you learned...
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    The margins suggested would seem to be correct,...

    The margins suggested would seem to be correct, though I don't know why the !important is in there. Show us the updated site...
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    You're not going to be able to copy the...

    You're not going to be able to copy the server-side functionality of that site, with a tool that browses it like a web browser. You need an FTP account and password, with which you can log on to the...
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    The content for a textarea is not inside...

    The content for a textarea is not inside value="stuff here", it is between the opening and closing tags. So:
    <div class="cell1"><textarea input name="plant_description" type="text" rows="5"...
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    No.

    No.
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    Ah. I usually cap my sites around 1000px wide....

    Ah. I usually cap my sites around 1000px wide. For my eye, tracking text across a wide site gets a bit hairy beyond that.
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    The best width is the one that exactly matches...

    The best width is the one that exactly matches the browser width of someone visiting your site. So they don't think "crap, my screen isn't big enough to display this site", or "jeez, I bought this...
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    The question was "best image editor for web...

    The question was "best image editor for web development?" and I would answer something similar, i.e. Photoshop is really a top notch professional tool for the job. How is this in any way a wrong...
  13. I can't replicate your result. Can you give me a...

    I can't replicate your result. Can you give me a value of b that will cause this?

    ...and I guess give me a m, d, y too.
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    Working on it..... ...

    Working on it.....

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/18/science/researchers-announce-breakthrough-in-content-recognition-software.html?_r=0
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    You're using strip_tags() on the input, so an...

    You're using strip_tags() on the input, so an input like "<a href='http://www.foo.bar/>" gets thrown away before you even start your search for "www".

    Nice demo, by the way.
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    You might post in the Perl forum

    You might post in the Perl forum
  17. It's a problem with the method you're using for...

    It's a problem with the method you're using for your links. index.shtml#p1 is a hyperlink to the id "p1" in your file. At this point, you've still got a bunch of id's in there, and I suspect it is...
  18. You're a bit confused on the media queries. Your...

    You're a bit confused on the media queries. Your first query is (max-width:3280px), so that works on every browser size up to 3280px, and it says:


    #column1024{
    display: none;
    }

    so, for...
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    If you're unable to use PHP, what are you using...

    If you're unable to use PHP, what are you using to process this form? You need something running on the server...
  20. No problem, been there... :)

    No problem, been there... :)
  21. You've set #wrapper with a fixed height of...

    You've set #wrapper with a fixed height of 1000px. Are you sure that isn't your whole problem?
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    Mystery to me, sorry. Those are obviously not the...

    Mystery to me, sorry. Those are obviously not the same value I get. Your right shift is doing nothing (3 >> 32 bits certainly is not == 3).
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    Curious. Your config must be different from mine,...

    Curious. Your config must be different from mine, that code works fine on my machine. It certainly is not a standard that the words must be stored the same way I described above, so it could be your...
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    In normal two's complement arithmetic, the top...

    In normal two's complement arithmetic, the top bit of the word is the sign bit. So a positive integer will have a zero as the high bit, and a negative integer will have a 1. PHP's bitwise right shift...
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    I thought that would get a rise out of someone....

    I thought that would get a rise out of someone. Speed, fewest characters of code, bizarre, and works in a lot of instances. What's not to like? :)
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