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  1. Need javascript to open print dialog box in PDF

    We are using a PDF generator plugin for Wordpress that creates the PDF for the page being viewed. We'd also like to add the option for the visitor to generate AND print the PDF (option #1 just to...
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    This section: #menuh-container { position:...

    This section:

    #menuh-container
    {
    position: center;
    top: .2em;
    right: 0em;
    }
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    What part don't you quite get? That solution...

    What part don't you quite get? That solution simply added a .stop() function ahead of the .animate() function in order to achieve the reduction in queue buildup. I don't have the code for the menu...
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    Just like in physics, two bits of mass can't...

    Just like in physics, two bits of mass can't occupy the same space at the same time. Make the first image a background and the second image can be placed over the top of it and positioned using CSS.
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    Resolved Not sure I understand the problem. Page 1 has 7...

    Not sure I understand the problem. Page 1 has 7 links, page 2 has 11. What's not showing up properly?
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    1) make sure the div you want displayed in the...

    1) make sure the div you want displayed in the center has a set width
    2) use margin: auto;
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    I don't see anywhere where the div class 'entry'...

    I don't see anywhere where the div class 'entry' is defined. Could be your problem.
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    I applaud you :) There's no reason why designers...

    I applaud you :) There's no reason why designers should create sites based on the lowest common denominator.
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    I believe your problem is the padding for your...

    I believe your problem is the padding for your menus. Keep in mind that your padding adds to the width. You have the width of your li elements at 110px plus 8px left and 8px right padding. That's...
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    I didn't have time to sift through all your code...

    I didn't have time to sift through all your code to see what was what but my best guess about your issue is that IE6 'doubles' your margins if you add a margin to a floated element nested inside...
  11. ????? I don't understand. You have to have a...

    ????? I don't understand. You have to have a src="" somewhere. My method works perfectly and in all browsers. Your problem is that a rollover sprite uses a single image as a background and you're...
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    Instead of listing out all the font properties...

    Instead of listing out all the font properties separately you may use the font shortcut to list them all in one line. To do this, you must list the properties in this order:

    1. font-style
    ...
  13. Here's an uncomplicated and cross-browser hover...

    Here's an uncomplicated and cross-browser hover method. This is set up for vertical sprites but just change the positioning and the dimensions and it will work for your horizontal stuff as well:

    ...
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    Assign the div a class name and style it: ...

    Assign the div a class name and style it:

    .scrolldiv {
    font-family: Georgia;
    font-size: 10pt;
    color: #999;
    font-weight: 900;
    border: 1px #000 dotted;
    padding: 10px;
    background-color: #ccc;
  15. Thread: p and table

    by simcomedia
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    First off, you shouldn't put a table inside of a...

    First off, you shouldn't put a table inside of a paragraph tag. Secondly, style the table specifically. You can't style the <p> tag and expect everything in it to be that way. Switch to a <div> tag...
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    This explains how the vertical-align: properties...

    This explains how the vertical-align: properties work. Note that it affects the 'element' and not the content.

    http://www.w3schools.com/Css/pr_pos_vertical-align.asp
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    Basically you can't have text in your CSS...

    Basically you can't have text in your CSS document without using the proper way of commenting it:

    this: #hoverNav a{ outline: none;} affects Netscape 8.0

    should be this: #hoverNav a{ outline:...
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    JQuery is the answer to your problems. Confucious...

    JQuery is the answer to your problems. Confucious say, "man who surf to jquery plugins will find what they seek".
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    I think what you have there is a conflict between...

    I think what you have there is a conflict between #id and .classes.

    An 'id' needs to be unique in name, meaning there can only be one #image2

    A class is something you can assign 1000 times in...
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    frames and div's are completely different. And,...

    frames and div's are completely different. And, frames are completely outdated and not recommended. As Snookerman mentioned, to achieve the same effect where you:

    <--click a link here--->

    ...
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    Wrap the menu in a div like this:

    Wrap the menu in a div like this:

    <div id="navbar">
    <ul>
    <li class="green">
    <p><a href="#">Home</a></p>
    <p class="subtext">The front page</p>
    </li>
    <li class="yellow">
    <p><a...
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    Add display: inline; to your columns (all 3, left...

    Add display: inline; to your columns (all 3, left right and center)and it should take care of it.
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    This isn't the place to come to and beg for...

    This isn't the place to come to and beg for someone to write code for you.
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    Me say it must be the source of the content...

    Me say it must be the source of the content that's coming into your iframe.
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    You need to put each one into a container div...

    You need to put each one into a container div then put the 3 divs into one container. Like this



    <div id="container">
    <div id="scriptholder">Put script tag in here</div>
    <div...
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