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  1. On 011.html we could just make the PREV-button...

    On 011.html we could just make the PREV-button invisible. Similar solution for 023.html.
    But yes, you're right about alph.js. I wouldn't know of another method to tell what pages are on the server.
  2. You could try this: On all pages:

    You could try this:
    On all pages:
    <script src="alph.js"></script>
    where alph.js is this:
    var pages = ["011.html", "012.html", "013.html", "021.html","022.html", "023.html"];

    function prev()
    {...
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    Still a misunderstanding. No, not an essential...

    Still a misunderstanding. No, not an essential difference as far as embedding is concerned (as opposed to what soflatechguy does), but an essential difference in video-sizing.
    I'll leave it at this.
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    That's because both Beverleyh and I kept some of...

    That's because both Beverleyh and I kept some of the code by soflatechguy. If we don't want content to shine through expanding divs, the latter divs should expand to the size of their content,...
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    No, that's not what I mean. Even if we leave out...

    No, that's not what I mean. Even if we leave out the height, the elapsing video will push down the content below (contrarily to what happens on soflatechguy's test page).. What I have been talking...
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    This (http://www.catalystvs.com/test/) is...

    This is soflatechguy's test page. As your can see, the expanding video does not push down the content beneath the video as it should. This is slightly corrected version (by me) that corrects the...
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    My main concern was to explain to him that the...

    My main concern was to explain to him that the way he embedded the video caused the expanding video not to push down the content beneath it. So my answer related to his very first post. I think this...
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    What misleading information, Beverleyh? But...

    What misleading information, Beverleyh?

    But his concern was not responsive context, but rather a div not being pushed down by a video.
  9. Something like this?

    Something like this?
    <script type="text/javascript">
    function gradeTest() {
    var totalQuestions = 1;
    var correctAnswers = 0;
    var alertText;
    var i;

    var a4 = document.getElementsByName('q4');...
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    For some reason, my post on the subject has been...

    For some reason, my post on the subject has been removed. Someone may have mistakenly thought that my post was a duplicate of his/her post. But that's not true. I not only pointed out, like Beverleyh...
  11. Beverleyh, I agree. That option isn't there.

    Beverleyh, I agree. That option isn't there.
  12. The validator does not correct invalid code, it...

    The validator does not correct invalid code, it just points out where the errors are in order to allow you to correct them. But yes, you can only correct them if you understand the code you're using....
  13. The reason I mentioned it is that your

    The reason I mentioned it is that your <div class="callme"> is located beneath the closing body tag, which is wrong and might explain the problem.
  14. That's weird. Try to remove the errors on your...

    That's weird. Try to remove the errors on your page first (w3c validator) and see what happens.
  15. It doesn't have position: fixed, apparently

    It doesn't have position: fixed, apparently
  16. Nice! But I would remove the borders (3px blue...

    Nice!
    But I would remove the borders (3px blue solid) as they are still visible in FF and IE after a click on the hide button.
  17. The problem might reside elsewhere, since the...

    The problem might reside elsewhere, since the code works fine with Firefox and IE except for the borders which don't hide. But then again that might explain the different behaviour in FF and IE,...
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    Am I allowed to add some remarks? There is an...

    Am I allowed to add some remarks?
    There is an error in your HTML (post #3). There's a </div> too much, and your social section is at the wrong place. Keeping your CSS as it is:
    ...
  19. This(?): ...

    This(?):

    <!doctype html>
    <html >
    <head>

    <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.10.2.js"></script>

    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
  20. See this...

    See this.
    Hitting a links will open an iframe whose height adjusts to its content. This is even true for links inside the iframe. For example, click on mitochondrial DNA then, inside the iframe, on...
  21. Thread: Powerpoint ?

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    This...

    This may be helpful.
  22. It depends on what you mean by 'download'. If you...

    It depends on what you mean by 'download'. If you just mean 'show the data', you could use an iframe or a text/html-object.
  23. Thread: Happy

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    Thanks John. Happy holidays and a peaceful 2016...

    Thanks John.
    Happy holidays and a peaceful 2016 to everyone.
  24. Did you test your test.html on the Internet or...

    Did you test your test.html on the Internet or locally (on your hard drive)? Certain browsers don't allow (certain pieces of) javascript to be executed on the hard disk.
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    Resolved Your 'scrolldown-amount' increases while the user...

    Your 'scrolldown-amount' increases while the user scrolls down using the mousewheel. Have you tried to put var scrollFix outside the binding function first?
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