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  1. I think you'll need more than HTML; A JavaScript...

    I think you'll need more than HTML; A JavaScript function that probably checks keyCodes, on keypress, to only permit numbers and a dot. Additionally, it would need to count the dots to prevent any...
  2. I think the "fixed" declaration for...

    I think the "fixed" declaration for background-attachment is what's throwing things off in Safari (it's known for being buggy). This cleaned-up demo without it works fine... but add the "fixed"...
  3. I see which image you're referring too now, but...

    I see which image you're referring too now, but like I said before, try making a reduced demo in JSBin, JSFiddle or CodePen, because on those platforms, its easier for potential helpers to test and...
  4. Use the step attribute...

    Use the step attribute https://www.w3.org/TR/2012/WD-html5-20121025/common-input-element-attributes.html#attr-input-step
  5. Which img in particular because they all looked...

    Which img in particular because they all looked to fit on iOS here?

    To make things easier for us, try making a reduced demo in JSBin, JSFiddle or CodePe, since those platforms are easier to test...
  6. Try using the correct element syntax...

    Try using the correct <video> element syntax https://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/video/basics/
  7. Hi John, An id always trumps a class (or...

    Hi John,

    An id always trumps a class (or multiple chained classes) as a CSS selector. It comes down to specificity, with different selectors having more "weight" than others. There's a point...
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    Resolved Bear in mind that web hosts are configured...

    Bear in mind that web hosts are configured differently and some might not even have a /www or /public_html folder. It sounds like Krystal doesn't. My long-time web host doesn't either. Uploading to...
  9. I like to use a pseudo element to do this kind of...

    I like to use a pseudo element to do this kind of thing - similar to what's described here http://callmenick.com/post/css-equal-height-columns-three-different-ways (although you could try all 3)
    ...
  10. I wouldn't say it's generally a bad idea to parse...

    I wouldn't say it's generally a bad idea to parse PHP in HTML. It makes the server work a little harder, yes, and it may create a bit of confusion with the organisation of files if somebody is...
  11. Depending on what your web host allows, you might...

    Depending on what your web host allows, you might be able to use .htaccess to parse PHP in HTML pages. Try these http://deano.me/2015/12/php-inside-html-files-using-htaccess/

    Hope that helps
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    Have you heard of the box-sizing property? If you...

    Have you heard of the box-sizing property? If you apply box-sizing: border-box; to the element with problem-padding, it will instead be "absorbed" and not add to the overall width.
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    Posts get deleted for many reasons. You're new to...

    Posts get deleted for many reasons. You're new to coding in general so trust that moderators have both your and other members interests in mind when they make such decisions. Try not to take it...
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    It sounds like you would benefit from a crash...

    It sounds like you would benefit from a crash course in learning how to code a basic structural page layout. This is a good site to get you started http://learnlayout.com
  15. Those lines use vendor prefixes that relate to...

    Those lines use vendor prefixes that relate to other web browsers (or older versions of this one). The line below is what this browser version uses (no vendor prefix needed for this browser/version)....
  16. Well, I'm not seeing your attempt to create your...

    Well, I'm not seeing your attempt to create your mobile layout using the suggestions already given to you. To recap - your options to try so far are;

    - show or hide content using the display...
  17. I can only assume you mean further tr and td...

    I can only assume you mean further tr and td elements, although you'll be changing the semantic meaning of the data relationships if you duplicate content that way. Either way, if you show us your...
  18. Please be aware that you can only have one...

    Please be aware that you can only have one <caption> element per table.
  19. Also see my reply here...

    Also see my reply here https://css-tricks.com/forums/topic/shift-first-td-column-on-top-and-rest-below-it-in-mobile-view/, particularly the comments about deprecated table attributes in HTML5 (use...
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    Resolved Nope - the markup for the form is contained in a...

    Nope - the markup for the form is contained in a table, so you can either take away the table, or you can try to make it responsive by forcing it to NOT behave like a table...
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    Resolved In PHP, a redirect is normally performed with the...

    In PHP, a redirect is normally performed with the header() function, which goes after the form data processing part of the code.

    http://php.net/manual/en/function.header.php
  22. Thread: Menu Colors

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    No problem - in CSS, its a child combinator...

    No problem - in CSS, its a child combinator selector
  23. Thread: Menu Colors

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    I think I see where you've gone wrong. You've...

    I think I see where you've gone wrong. You've used this in your stylesheet; .top-nav ul li:hover > a:hover { background:gold; }

    But if you check my example, you'll see that there aren't two :hover...
  24. Thread: Menu Colors

    by Beverleyh
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    If I understand correctly, I think ul li:hover >...

    If I understand correctly, I think ul li:hover > a { background:gold } is all you need.

    Basic example http://jsbin.com/zenutixopa/
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    result = ''+days[day]+' '+months[month]+'...

    result = ''+days[day]+' '+months[month]+' '+d+nth(d)+' '+year+' '+h+':'+m+':'+s;
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