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  1. As promised, I made a script for a custom alert...

    As promised, I made a script for a custom alert box that opens a new window when the user hits OK. Here it is.
  2. I understand what you mean, but see the script in...

    I understand what you mean, but see the script in my next reply.
  3. You can tweak the scripts to let them do what you...

    You can tweak the scripts to let them do what you want. But I guess that would be a bit of a problem for you.
    So as soon as I've got some time, I'll create a script for you that you could use for...
  4. There are many jquey alerts, see...

    There are many jquey alerts, see http://www.sitepoint.com/10-jquery-alert-windows-prompts/
    So it depends on what kind of alert your client wants.
  5. You can mark it as solved. (But I don't know how...

    You can mark it as solved. (But I don't know how to do this).
  6. Try this:

    Try this:

    <a href="javascript: void(0)" onclick="alert('You will be directed to www.url.com'); window.open('http://www.url.com')"><b>Link</b></a>
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    Something like this...

    Something like this?
  8. I can see the image in all browsers here.

    I can see the image in all browsers here.
  9. I made a popup script some time ago. Here...

    I made a popup script some time ago. Here it is. The links on the page are the demos.
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    I don't know, sorry. The code is meant for people...

    I don't know, sorry. The code is meant for people who write or 'borrow' there own code. Isn't there a Wordpress forum where you could ask how to insert your own code?
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    Something like this?

    Something like this?
    <form style="position: relative; display: inline; " action="http://your_search_engin.html" method="get" accept-charset="utf-8" onsubmit="your_submit_function()">
    <input...
  12. Resolved Beverleyh, you're absolutely right in all...

    Beverleyh, you're absolutely right in all respects. But James seems to be at home with tables and his (original) table structure was not complicated. So this was ment to allow him to go back to...
  13. Resolved True! You convinced me.

    True! You convinced me.
  14. Resolved What you hear and what you observe yourself are...

    What you hear and what you observe yourself are different things. I can imagine a situation in which a person who knows his tables could use them in a responsive design environment. Tables respond...
  15. Resolved James, I think the following will work: 1....

    James, I think the following will work:
    1. Remove the css for #middle;
    2. Wrap a div around what you have inside <div class="responsive_div" id=#middle>...</div> and give the wrapper...
  16. Resolved I made a mistake both in my demo and my reference...

    I made a mistake both in my demo and my reference to w3schools. I forgot the width. We should not only have min-width: 20% (width 5 columns), but also width: 20%. With 3 columns, we would have...
  17. Resolved To see what I mean, you could also go to...

    To see what I mean, you could also go to http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/tryit.asp?filename=trycss_display_inline. Replace
    p {display: inline;} with
    p {display: table-cell; min-width: 20%;...
  18. Resolved I removed the images. The columns continue to...

    I removed the images. The columns continue to have equal horizontal space. Demo here.
    Code:
    <!doctype html>
    <html >

    <head>

    <title>Divs next to each other</title>

    <meta...
  19. Resolved Are you sure, Beverleyh? In the demo I referred...

    Are you sure, Beverleyh? In the demo I referred to in my last post, there's no such wrapper. Yet, the cells have equal horizontal space.
  20. Resolved In my experience, the easiest way to make grid...

    In my experience, the easiest way to make grid systems is a combination of table-cell and min-width for the columns, where the percent value for min-width equals 100/number-of-columns and where...
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    Vertical alignment:

    Vertical alignment:
    <div style="background-color: red; display: inline-block; vertical-align: top">
    line 1<br>
    line 2
    </div>
    <div style="background-color: blue; display: inline-block;...
  22. Resolved James, the banner is a little bit too narrow with...

    James, the banner is a little bit too narrow with a large screen, and too wide on mobile. Try the following:
    - give the banner width: 70%, which is also the width for #middle;
    - to @media screen...
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    You can also try this test page...

    You can also try this test page I made for a client. (He seems to like it, so I'll develop it a little bit further in due time).
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    I guess you are referring to what is mentioned on...

    I guess you are referring to what is mentioned on http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex14/fadeinslideshow.htm about dimensions:
    You can also set the dimensions to percentage values instead (wrap...
  25. That must be one of the very few English words...

    That must be one of the very few English words having a capital letter in the middle.
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