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If you can view a website in a browser, then there isn't a way to hide source code.
If you don't want someone to see your source code - don't write it :)
Have you ever tried to create something innovative in IE that hasn't been done before? It's always late on supporting new features such as rotation transforms, and many others.
Sure, if you...
Have you figured this out yet? Can you give us the URL of your version?
The best way for you is to create your first web page from scratch, and opening it up in a browser:
How to create a web page from scratch
Worry about what HTML5 means later. You are not missing...
The TABLE tag should only be used for tabular data, not website layout. Use DIV elements; they are faster to render, and have long become the standard of website layout structure.
Looks good to me. What browser are you viewing this in? I am in Google Chrome.
I noticed that nobody responded. Have you figured this out yet?
You will need to use the mail function in your PHP file.
This mail function takes message, subject and headers. Try to be careful...
Also look into AJAX and jQuery, as this will help you construct a more fluid user interface for this type of thing.
<input type="hidden" id="date" value = "">
Before sending the form, and just after selecting it from your calendar, you must have access to the value "picked" from your calendar.
Now you need...
I know many experienced developers who go through IE hell; things just don't work as you would expect it in other browsers that support standards.
Beginners go through it too, but they are less...
Well the entire reason I became aware of CSS reset is when I was working on a website builder. My website builder had the ability to "resize" a DIV block visually, by dragging...
The one that I knew of when I reacted to your post was:
It's a huge pain when some version of IE grabs an element by name when using getElementBy**Id**().
There are numerous others....
31KB is not bloated for the set of features that you get.
But that doesn't even matter because even if it was 1MB it is still cached locally by the browser.
The best use for jQuery is not to...
Hmmm, not sure what you mean by that.
So, here is the basic idea of a web page.
There is a mistake in the following code (I copy-pasted directly from your source code):
<div id="gallery_3" style="width:400px;height:300px;">...
HTML5 has been around for a while now.
Has anyone been able to use HTML5 for a practical purpose?
Would love to hear about what you did with it.
I think 3D CSS transformations that are...
What's exactly not working?
What is supposed to happen?
A more appropriate way to take a look at this problem would be to use Firebug plugin for Firefox to see what's going on.
Could you give a URL to the actual site where this is happening?
I am sure that I'm just giving you a solution that I have come up with and that there are dozens of others that exist.
But sometimes solutions depends on your other choices as well.
Do you have...
Got it. I've solved your problem before.
We don't use value in a checkbox. It's value is either "undefined" when its unchecked, or defined when it's checked. You can't stuff checkboxes with...
Yes, checkboxes are a little tricky like that, theyre not like regular values of most other common elements such as input.
Fiddle around /w following idea:
var checkbox = $('#' + id +...
Check out jQuery, it will solve all of your problems with element-selection, one short syntax -- and cross-browser.
Using jQuery library, to select all elements all you would...
I know this may not be the exact thing you're looking for, but consider this minimalist approach to a full-width DIV-only layout.
Or you can do something as this: