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To forestall any redundant postings, I know that the best answer would be something like:
Use jQuery! and...
I have being doing that for years. In fact my templating system takes care
of that process automatically. Then the CGI parsing object parses that hidden input,
looks for matches in the posted data...
One of the things that bugs me about CGI is that if a checkbox in
a form is not checked, the name of the checkbox will not be
sent. This is in contrast to a text input field name being sent even if...
You nailed it!
please see http://www.tj49.com/lb/
and the table beneath the text Articles
I want to eliminate the spaces between the cells.
I.E. I wish each cell to share a border with an adjacent...
I don't see any JS errors coming from IE, and I don't have a "View Rendered Code"
tool for IE (and don't know if there is any). Furthermore - it appears that the
Crockford JSLint tool doesn't cover...
I have corrected the markup problems. Or so the validator says..
It still does not appear to me that IE8 is processing the dynamically
If you look at...
I got back from my trip early.
So : see
And please let me know if I have screwed up the doctype! :o
I will try that. I must leave now. Off the grid and off the net until this
evening (my time). I can have a test site up by this time tomorrow.
I am hoping that those who have should an interest in...
I use the following definition
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//EN">
Dave, before I do that: May I ask this question :
Do you know that IE will evaluate dynamically rendered CSS?
I you think that IE should, I will site up a live site for you to look at.
The code appears to work on IE as it works on other browsers.
To recap, I have a calendar widget which is used for picking dates that
Nice to get a response (I thought I had been abandoned!)
Since posting, I've got some IE8 up and running with the same problem.
I made reference to IE6, because that was all that I had access to...
inside of a div element, along with a calendar that enables the user to
pick a date. On chrome and firefox on Max OSX 10.7, the...
Blush - have I stumped the chumps? And the experts?
I foresee a project with which I can try this in the development stages without publicly "getting it all over ourselves". Problem is, I just can't...
I've downloaded the source for jsmin and built it on a OSX 10.7 box.
I first process my code with jslint (the Crockford app). I then process
Okay - Dokay. Now I can charge the client for any further time on this.;)
Thanks a bunch every body.
I use the pixel metric as opposed to the 'percent' metric.
Looks like you nailed it!
I will provide that. First of all, I have noticed that the composition
to examine that and rewrite if necessary. Time doesn't...
Thanks for the reply mistin.ca. Unfortunately,
setting width="10%" or even width="1%" does not correct the problem.
Please advise further.
which fills a div element with a calendar.
Then handler also provides (auto-generates) some simple CSS rules which...
Thank you for the clear reply and the URL. This puts me on
the right track.:)
P.S. - The forum software isn't allowing me to upgrade my vote.
So, just for the record - I am calling...
David, perhaps that is what csslint was referring to by 'abstraction'. Therefore, to use a relative font size, do you not have to have a 'base size'?
If so, can you give me an example? Must be some...
I code by hand also. I'm going to stick with W3C.