gimp is free.
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gimp is free.
some people are born with creativity, the rest of us learn it.
try reading some books or doing some tutorials.
I have a simple FAQ that uses a definition list, with the question as a definition term (DT), and answer as a definition description (DD).
There are multiple pairs within one <DL>...
You have to have access for the forum to work. Even if you can't directly log in, you could still write a script to export the tables.
try "chmod -R 777 ./directory"
then "rm -rf ./directory" -- will remove everything, if you don't get an error, then check to see who owns .inbox - "ls -l .inbox"
not creative enough i guess.
what about the files within? If it was created by the web server, sometimes it will be 755 (owner/group as 'nobody') which wouldn't let you delete them unless you were root.
most likely there is a mod for your forum already out there.
check permissions too.
Sounds to me like whoever raised the question knew what the answer was before asking it - and was simply looking for an "it's ok, we all do it".
I am curious why they wouldn't just write their own...
you shouldn't be climbing around in dumpsters.
exactly....simply cut-n-pasting someone else's code into your own because you can't write your own, or don't have the time would be unethical.
here's another one from #css on freenode.
the moment you require someone to "type" something during an install - you've lost 80% of the audience :)
...personally, I think this is great - I'm a great typist!
which ones have you tried?
i think the basic problem there is that it uses only white and black.
*best* is a relative term. From my experience Ubuntu is great for a newbie...easy install, convenient package manager, and great community support.
if you really want to get your feet wet, try...
start by looking at the rss 2.0 spec and then write a script that will produce a feed.
create a file called captcha-image.php
@import does not support the media type in IE6 directly. But that's no reason not to use it, as you can assign media-type in the style tag.
on a high-traffic site i would think not. and the point of using css is to make redesigns easier...in this case, you're putting design *back* into the markup, which should certainly be avoided.
what language is it in?
the first one looks better in my opinion. But is it really worth the extra markup to achieve this? Why *not* just use a bg image?