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  1. Check the browser docs.
  2. CSS is always much harder for people. Just take your time and write the code. You may have to do some lessons 2x. You could move forward to JavaScript to take a break from CSS.
  3. Hey! Sorry for the delay. Been busy too! Yes, the Killer in Killersites triggers all kinds of filters. That's why I am moving towards the more friendly StudioWeb brand.
  4. Just do a little everyday and you will learn a lot!
  5. Hi, When you have enough post there is that ability. Stef
  6. Hi, Look in the PDF .... there is a link to the videos near the top. Let me know!
  7. Put something like this in your form: <textarea id="comments" name="comments" rows="5" cols="33"> Please add any comments here. </textarea> You will have to parse for this information in your server side code. It depends if the cart.asp page supports extra form field procession. BTW, .asp is really old tech! I used to use it .... about 250 years ago!
  8. I haven't looked at them, but I friends who do and love them. I use the old fashioned method - printed on paper.
  9. Check out this course: https://school.studioweb.com/store
  10. If you run into issues just contact me. Occasionally things come up, most of the time is people just dealing with learning to code ... they soon figure out what they missed. Once in a while, there are actual errors though.
  11. You need to ad another input type = text so that people can add the comment.
  12. Good question. Learn the basics and these things will become obvious to you: https://school.studioweb.com/store/course/complete_web_designer You will learn to build your first web page in about 40 minutes. I hope that helps!
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