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    This one should do the job! ...

    This one should do the job!

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex5/texttool.htm
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    Probably best to use something like ASP.net...

    Probably best to use something like ASP.net Maker:

    http://www.hkvstore.com/aspnetmaker/

    does most of the hard work for you.
  3. Well it is probably because it is the Top...

    Well it is probably because it is the Top Navigational Bar II by Mike Hall (http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/topnavbar.htm) which was created about 5 years ago, long before FireFox and so...
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    It could well be the / before images in your...

    It could well be the / before images in your paths, i.e. perhaps it should be "images/my.gif" instead of "/images/my.gif"
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    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex8/window1....

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex8/window1.htm
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    Your code, without wishing to sound rude, is all...

    Your code, without wishing to sound rude, is all over the place :eek: . I am surprised the page loads properly at all.

    You have broken tags everywhere, open div's without closing closing them,...
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    Remove "position:relative;" from the #pdm

    Remove "position:relative;" from the #pdm
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    Probably the most simple way is to use...

    Probably the most simple way is to use percentages rather than fixed widths, that way the page content will fill the page what ever the resolution.

    Or you can use this script:
    ...
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    It's because you have not named your frames...

    It's because you have not named your frames within the framesets, just name it "main" as that is what it appears to be calling, e.g.

    <FRAME SRC="http://uk.geocities.com/sbsp_fan_1/Mr_Smilie.html"...
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    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex13/index.h...

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex13/index.html
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    I would assume that since you are using an...

    I would assume that since you are using an include file for the headers then you should not have one for each page - otherwise there would be little to no point.

    So, if this is the case why not...
  12. You have: .fun a:link, a:visited { display:...

    You have:

    .fun a:link, a:visited {
    display: block;
    text-decoration: none;
    background-color: #000000;
    color: #000000;
    }
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    Well if you use ASP you could use this: ...

    Well if you use ASP you could use this:

    http://scripts.ocean12tech.com/asp/calendar/

    I would suggest linking up to a database as it is much easier to organise. Otherwise you will probably have...
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    Do you mean something like this: ...

    Do you mean something like this:

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex8/collapsemain.htm
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    There are a couple of ones out there. Deadbeef...

    There are a couple of ones out there. Deadbeef seems to be quite good but is only supported by IE:

    http://www.deadbeef.com/index.php/2005/08/04/title

    What i use sometimes is this code as you...
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    It looks like you should take out "POSITION:...

    It looks like you should take out "POSITION: absolute;" in the div that is wrapping round the footer paragraph.
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    It's probably got something to do with your use...

    It's probably got something to do with your use of <font size="2" face="Arial"> for formatting the paragraphs. Why have you done this? :confused:

    There is no need when you are using CSS.
  18. Unfortunately i found it somewhat tricky reading...

    Unfortunately i found it somewhat tricky reading through all your code as you seem to have lots of other things going on there. Look at this code and see if it helps, it should point you in the right...
  19. I have done a few similar forms of this type...

    I have done a few similar forms of this type before and the way i generally get round this is to have a hidden field for each group of radio buttons. By selecting a radion button you change the value...
  20. Thread: favicon trick

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    Any chance that you could just explain how its...

    Any chance that you could just explain how its done? i like the idea of an animated favicon.

    Cheers.
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    Hmm, If you read what i wrote that is what i...

    Hmm, If you read what i wrote that is what i suggested!
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    There is no way that i know of and the only way i...

    There is no way that i know of and the only way i think you can have fading is by using the IE filters (which means that of course it will only work with IE).

    Here is a solution and it is by no...
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    Hmm - i feel like a right fool! I had stupidly...

    Hmm - i feel like a right fool! I had stupidly disabled Javascript in FF a while back whilst testing and forgot to turn it back on.

    It works and always has done!

    Cheers for your help and sorry...
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    A late reply i know but i have been away. Anyway,...

    A late reply i know but i have been away. Anyway, back to the problem. Unfortunately this still does not work, with either method.

    Here is some of the code:


    <form name="s1_2" id="s1_2"...
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    FireFox: submitting forms with Javascript

    I have various forms (using ASP as the backend) which simply will not submit with FireFox when using a "button" element with onclick="document.myform.submit();".

    Does anyone know what i am doing...
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