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Sunday, January 17th, 2010
7:01 pm - Создание сайта, Site creation

Создать сайт, создание сайта - очень сложный этап в жизни каждого сайтдевелопера.
Я помогу создать сайт для вашей компании, или сайт для вас. Создание сайта и веб-дизайн сайта обойдется вам у меня недорого.
Я работаю на портфолио, поэтому создание сайта, верстка макета, и веб дизайн обойдется вам дешевле, чем в веб-студиях.
Site creation is a very difficult step in the life of a webdeveloper.
I will help you to create a site for your company or your personal site. Site creation and web design will not cost you much.
I work for portfolio, so the site creation, layout makeup and web design will be cheaper than in web studios.

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Wednesday, January 6th, 2010
2:38 am - free site creation

reasonable price, high quality, short terms. Working for portfolio.
free site creation - dockazak2

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Thursday, January 8th, 2009
12:10 pm - XML links and Flash

 Hello everybody,
I hope some one can help me with this issue that I've been dealing with. I'm trying to use an XML file to link to a specific frame within the flash movie itself. My XML file is set as: 
<imageLocation>image1.jpg</imageLocation >
<imageName>name1</imageName >
<imageLink>.....................</imageLink >
Please help
Thank you

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11:12 am - Drop-Down Menu in GoLive Component Page

I'm creating a website in GoLive, using a component page for the menu, which will appear on every content page. There will be at least 50 pages. So when the menu needs editing, making changes to each page separately is not an option. Creating and customizing the menu in the component page is easy enough. I am using a found javascript to create drop-downs as well.

The problem I'm having is when using the menu as a GoLive component. When I edit the component, save and go back to the index page, the menu acts strangely and duplicates itself, putting an extra one at the bottom of the page. I don't know why it's doing this, and the problem is very frustrating. Could the component menu be too complicated? Could there too many nested div's and GoLive is getting confused? I have done this successfully many times before, but never with javascript drop down's. Could that be causing my error?

Please let me know if you've had any similar problems. I really need help with this issue. Thanks!

(Also, I know code, but not enough to build a website without using the help of GoLive.)

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Friday, March 23rd, 2007
9:28 am - 2 different link styles????

I want my page to have two different looking links. For simplicity, let's just say I want half of them to be blue and underlined and the rest to be red and not underlined. I don't know how to set up two distinct url styles.

My current in-page CSS (to make the links red and not underlined) looks like this:

[STYLE TYPE="text/css"]
a:link {text-decoration: none; color: red;}
a:active {text-decoration: none; color: red}
a:visited {text-decoration: none; color: red}
a:hover{text-decoration: none; color: red}

***where ] and [ mean > and

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Thursday, March 22nd, 2007
3:13 pm - http://xmlia.com
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all what you need to do-its just register for free

See you in http://xmlia.com

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Tuesday, January 9th, 2007
3:57 pm

Please, please help:

I'm trying to incorporate the javascript show/hide toggle tag into a menu frame on a site I'm working on in FrontPage.

I've used the code before but I can't seem to figure out what I did and it's driving me nuts.

Any help would be hugely appreciated.


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Friday, November 10th, 2006
12:22 pm - Javascript email program

I'm using the line below in a javascript program contained within an html page.

parent.location='mailto:email_01@aol.com, email_02@aol.com?subject=TEXT OF SUBJECT&body='+'TEXT OF BODY';

This is used to create a new email using the user's email program. The recipients email_01@aol.com and email_02@aol.com are automatically put into the "To:" of the email. What I want to do is have email_01.aol.com in the "To:" (as is). And I want email_02@aol.com in the "CC:"

What is the correct syntax for this?

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Monday, October 9th, 2006
3:22 pm - GoLive menu rollovers

Before anyone chastises me for using GoLive...I do know html and javascript. I choose to use GoLive to organize and make my life easier (and this is the case 99% of the time).

The menu I'm working on here: http://www.888windsearch.com/main.html
has a semi-complicated roll-over system. For some inexplicable reason, the last menu item (Employment) does not show up. The roll-over works, but the image does not appear. It shows up when I preview it on my local machine, and in the GoLive layout. Any advice? Thanks!!!

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Wednesday, August 9th, 2006
9:13 am - Form question

I have a fairly straightforward form with text input box entries for name, address, city, state, etc. When an automated form filler is used, such as Google Tool Bar Auto-Fill Option, the phone number is inserted into the name field. Phone number doesn't even show up at all in the form.

The names of the input text boxes are correct and logical. "name" for name, "address" for address, etc. Any ideas on what the problem could be?

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Wednesday, July 12th, 2006
10:22 am - GoLive help

I'm trying to add a javascript function to an existing webpage in GoLive. It's supposed to work with a form that has already been set up. GoLive keeps deleting the code I insert every time I save. It doesn't matter if I try to add directly to the code or in the javascript editor. Any idea on how to prevent it from doing that? Thanks!

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Tuesday, June 20th, 2006
6:41 pm - Flash 8 Professional Question

I have a small flash movie that works exactly the way I want while in flash. When I publish, the .swf file plays fine in the flash player. However, when I publish and view in an html document, several layers are simply not there. Any advice?

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Sunday, March 19th, 2006
11:43 pm

Heya, although not on a web development subject I was wondering if some of you who built your own PC could supply some data for me in the form of your motherboard specifications, or failing that the name of your motherboard, thanks.

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Thursday, October 6th, 2005
10:36 pm - Mac IE glitch

First of all, I've gotten a lot of help here, and I really appreciate it. I have yet another problem. The website I set up for a client has a glitch on the menu here: http://www.armetta.com/portfolio/work1.html

I realize that IE is much less popular than Safari, but I would like to fix this. I also know that I have the page set up in a bit of an unusual way. I'm tempted to recode it using just tables instead of the lists. But if there is a simpler adjustment I can make to the existing code, I'd love to know.

Thanks again!!!

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Sunday, September 18th, 2005
9:03 pm - Hallelujah Amen (Open Standards)

Proprietary solutions are never as compelling for Web designers as open standards are. Web designers are passionate about the Web as a medium, and that medium doesn’t belong to any technology provider.

--Jesse James Garrett, of Adaptive Path, on "Why Ajax Matters Now", a commentary on the wonderful OK-Cancel.com

Can I get an "Amen" somebody?

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12:44 pm - CSS issues...again.

I'm having some more difficulties with this client's website: http://www.mylbags.com/client_area/armetta/

I'm noticing something very troubling in FireFox. The menu buttons appear at the top of the screen partially covered by the top portion. The menu buttons for the portfolio also appear at the top and behind the top portion. Go here to see what I mean: http://www.mylbags.com/client_area/armetta/portfolio/work1.html Both of these sets of menu buttons are laid out in their own table. Is that part of the problem?

Please help me! Relevant CSS code is cut below.

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Tuesday, September 13th, 2005
12:17 am - frustrating problem

I'm setting up a website for a client here: www.mylbags.com/client_area/armetta

I want the white portion of the screen to go from above the menu icons to the very bottom of the page. the only way i could figure to do this giving it a fixed height. I'd rather not do this because then i get a ton of empty scrolling on low resolutions. here's the css definition:

  background-color: white;
  text-align: center;
  position: absolute;
  left: 0px;
  top: 324px;
  width: 100%;
  height: 830px;

I tried making height 100%, or inserting a table with height at 100% or even 50% into the actual instance of the div, but neither worked. With these, the white was reduced to just a thin stripe stretching the complete width of the page.

Help me please!!!!!!

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Wednesday, August 24th, 2005
4:09 pm - ALA redesign

This just in... A List Apart, affectionately known as ALA, has just finished a major overhaul.
> alistapart.com

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Monday, July 11th, 2005
2:46 pm - Firefox now has an OFFICIAL Google Toolbar!

Yes, that's correct. Google has released an OFFICIAL Firefox version of its Google Toolbar!

Yup, I'm a few days late, but in case you hadn't heard... Oh yeah, and don't have Firefox? About it - Get it

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Monday, June 27th, 2005
9:52 pm - XML Prolog & IE6 Quirks Mode

Why didn't anybody tell me before!?

Explorer Windows special: the xml prolog

In Explorer 6 Windows, Microsoft implemented one extra rule: if a doctype that triggers strict mode is preceded by an xml prolog, the page shows in quirks mode. This was done to allow web developers to achieve valid pages (which require a doctype) but nonetheless stay in quirks mode.

This is the xml prolog. You should put it on the very first line of your document, before the doctype.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>

--Peter Paul Koch, "Quirks mode and strict mode" on quirksmode.org

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