Well, the way you are doing it:
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Well, the way you are doing it:
something like text-align:center in the stage divs' css?
Defined as they are, there is no need to pass anything, they are declared globally and can be referenced anywhere.
I'm not entirely sure what you are attempting to accomplish with your code...
Unfortunately, not really. I learned C++ in High School and much of the syntax is the same, so I was able to convert quite quickly.
There are books out there, and there are websites that provide...
Yes, we would definitely need to see the page.
3) IE doesn't pass event information the same way.
The standard way is that the onmousemove passes the information about the event (mouse location, etc.) directly to the function. This is why he...
alert("First name must be filled out");
Well, you could create a simple array that contains the names of the images in the correct order. This would look like:
var puzSolu = ["Pic_01.jpg", "Pic_02.jpg", "Pic_03.jpg"]
*The site is local only (stored on your machine)
*You have access to a server-side language (php,...
Look, the answer to that question has been stated several times. You need to use css, and create classes. If you want it to be used in several files place the css into an external file.
Not a problem, and I'm glad it worked. I got to use my favorite programming operator...too many people underestimate the modulus operation :)
XMan is right, without seeing the site there is limited help we can provide, but I will try and map out the thought process using jquery.
First, the jquery library must be included within the head...
Those files have a different extension. Example: You are looking for images/kw/093.jpg, the actual file is images/kw/093.JPG
Capitalization matters. :)
You have HTML outside the HTML tags. (Line 297)
Out of curiousity, try excluding the space in the phrases from the tags. So you would have:
<i>Thanks for Wakin' Me Up This</i> <i>Morning</i>
See if that...
You had <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">?
If you do not declare a doctype IE defaults to quirks.
Again, I don't have a solution, but I see what is happening. IE is adding a few pixels of padding to the paragraph containing the phrases in question. It seems to me that this is occurring because...
It isn't a really "secret", and you could easily look through the jQuery API to learn more about it.
Removing the line is possible, but would require a complete redesign of the script.
Do you have a link to the site? I don't know which files or which lines specifically the error console is referring to.
I'll keep looking through the code, though I don't believe the glitch is with hiding the overflow...the question in my mind is why would it need the scroll at all? If the table width is set, it...
var author = document.ContactForm.author;
var email = document.ContactForm.email;
var text = document.ContactForm.text;
I don't have a fix, but an observation: IE is the only browser that is rendering the page with the scrollbar. Firefox and Chrome do not display it.
The only way I can conceive of doing this is using XML, if someone has another thought I would be very intrigued....
The name part is easy, your variables don't match. You create the variable "author" and set it to the form field, but then you try to reference the field using a variable called "name".