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    The same to you and to all. And a good 2019.

    The same to you and to all.
    And a good 2019.
  2. But then there may be some unwanted horizontal...

    But then there may be some unwanted horizontal space between the buttons beneath the container for the images (if there are any) and the images themselves when the screen gets very small. If that's...
  3. What you want can't be easily handled by a script...

    What you want can't be easily handled by a script that uses arrays of images (the script on DD). You're better off with a script that uses divs having backgrounds, like the one on this page. You can...
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    What do you mean by 'does not work'?

    What do you mean by 'does not work'?
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    Shouldn't that be const endpoint =...

    Shouldn't that be const endpoint = '${url}${queryParams}${wordQuery}';?
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    There are many ways to do it. Here's one method...

    There are many ways to do it. Here's one method that doesn't rely on any library. Put your menu in an external file, for example menu.html, then on the page where you want to include the external...
  7. Although the presence of superfluous closing...

    Although the presence of superfluous closing a-tags produces invalid code, it was not the cause of the crash. What caused the crash were wrong punctuation marks. At certain places you incorrectly put...
  8. You're using wrong punctuation marks. Also, you...

    You're using wrong punctuation marks. Also, you have closing a-tags where there are no opening a-tags. This is wrong:
    leftrightslide[24]=<a href="https://amzn.to/2ClfhpV" target="_blank"><img...
  9. Please give us a link to your website so that we...

    Please give us a link to your website so that we can see what's the problem.
  10. Paddings are meant to create space around the...

    Paddings are meant to create space around the contents of a 'box', not to create (or shrink) space around the box itself; you should use margins (positive or negative ones) for that purpose.
  11. This code works for me except that...

    This code works for me except that setPaddingTop() doesn't seem to do anything:
    <!doctype html>
    <html lang="nl" >
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">...
  12. I don't see the problem. As a test, replace: ...

    I don't see the problem. As a test, replace:

    <p>
    💎⚜️HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language⚜️💎
    🔶HTML describes the structure of Web pages using markup🔶
    🔶HTML elements are the building...
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    Did you test them using Chrome online? I am...

    Did you test them using Chrome online? I am saying this because Chrome does not execute javascript on the hard disk when it is related to iframes.
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    It works fine as it is with IE11.

    It works fine as it is with IE11.
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    From a validation point of view, there's no...

    From a validation point of view, there's no downside, as far as I know.
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    Iframes are used to embed external content within...

    Iframes are used to embed external content within the current HTML document. So can't you put the slideshow in a iframe?
  17. You could try

    You could try <script src="http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex4/jquery.magnifier.js"></script>
  18. See this...

    See this.
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    Thanks very much Coothead, that's fantastic. I...

    Thanks very much Coothead, that's fantastic. I thought this couldn't be done with css alone, but you proved it's possible.
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    That's true, although not an issue since most...

    That's true, although not an issue since most people don't have javascript disabled..
    It's just that your css-solutions surprised me all the time (in a positive sense) and I wondered how far you...
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    Wherfore yf God so cloth the grasse, yt is to...

    Wherfore yf God so cloth the grasse, yt is to daye in ye felde, and tomorow shalbe cast in to the fornace, how moch more shal he clothe you, o ye of litle faith?


    Your code seems clever enough!...
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    Of course we need media queries. I use them all...

    Of course we need media queries. I use them all the time. Maybe I should have said: we could replace all instances of '50%' with '100%' for certain screen widths.
    This being said, let me come back...
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    Just for the fun of it and also a bit out of...

    Just for the fun of it and also a bit out of curiosity I made a 'Coothead like' right side pull menu (just css) and a 'Molendijk like' menu that uses a mixture of css and js. I was hoping that my...
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    Thanks Coothead. I noticed that opening your...

    Thanks Coothead.
    I noticed that opening your menu adds an entry to the browser's history. If you go back immediately by using the browser's back button, the menu closes again.
    This behavior causes...
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    Thanks Coothead, very nice. There might be a...

    Thanks Coothead, very nice.
    There might be a problem though. If the menu's content is such that the height of the menu exceeds the height of the window, the items at the bottom of the menu will be...
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