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beermantm last won the day on June 10 2014

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  1. Try using open dns or googles dns
  2. Out of my snippets from years ago. You could try to adapt it to your needs. HTML <div id="nav"> <ul class="menu"> <li><a href="#">Item 1</a><span class="down">▼</span> <ul class="sub"> <li><a href="#">Item 1.1</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 1.2</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 1.3</a></li> </ul> </li> <li><a href="#">Item 2</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 3</a><span class="down">▼</span> <ul class="sub"> <li><a href="#">Item 3.1</a><span class="right">▶</span> <ul class="sub2"> <li><a href="#">Item 3.1.1</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 3.1.2</a></li> </ul> </li> <li><a href="#">Item 3.2</a></li> <li><a href="#">Item 3.3</a></li> </ul> </li> <li><a href="#">Item 4</a></li> </ul> </div> CSS <style type="text/css"> * { margin:0; padding:0;} #nav { width: 960px; margin: auto; height: 35px; position: relative; } ul.menu { position: relative; top: 0px; left:0px; list-style:none; } ul.menu li { height: 35px; position: relative; float:left; min-width:125px; background-color: #7d2a35; text-align:center; display: inline-block; } ul.menu li a { display:block; height: 35px; line-height:35px; color:#fff; text-decoration:none; } ul.menu li a:hover { height: 35px; min-width:125px; background-color:#fff; color: #000; } ul.sub { position: absolute; left:0px; top:35px; display:none; } ul.sub li { list-style:none; width:125px; text-align:left; } ul.sub li a { text-indent: 5px; } ul.sub2 { position: absolute; display:none; left:125px; top:0px; } ul.sub2 li a { } ul.menu li:hover .sub {display:block;} ul.menu ul.sub li:hover .sub2 {display:block;} .down { position:absolute; font-size:11px; top:20px; right: 1px;} .right { position:absolute; font-size:11px; top:20px; right: 4px;} </style>
  3. So it needs a description of everything it covers. Good job!
  4. I'm betting dotblock or digital ocean would be what you need and wouldn't drain the bank account to badly. Dotblock seems to have a slightly better benchmark but digital ocean is no dog either.
  5. I wouldn't go with godaddy either. I would stay as far away from fatcow as I could. Fatcow is garbage with their perl ran servers. You know if you want fast and reliable there is rackspace which might be overkill depending. You could always try a block for free at dotblock, amazon web service or google. Dotblock has ssd drives which would definitely serve up pages quicker. Time to first byte seems to be a problem with any shared hosting and some higher cost servers. I'd probably go with a cloud service like amazon that will expand along with your site and you might pay a bit extra but virtual servers like AWS have great upsides for the extra but smaller premiums they charge. All hosting companies get mixed reviews, however your best bets are virtual cloud based servers in my opinion. Just read your new post. maybe go with AWS. you can even consider using NGINX as your server. I've heard people dropping huge dollars on dedicated hosting and still being very upset.
  6. Just cracked a 5 hour energy!! Maybe I can make it a few more hours. That still has me laughing!! I'm Fried!!!!
  7. Oh my!! That is too much!! I've been writing nothing but php code lately. How embarrassing!!! Thanks Ben!! LMFAO!!!! Oh my!! I thought I had gotten enough rest!!
  8. Ok enough with the caps but this one has me going completely bonkers. I'm writing code and decide, I don't want to run this bit of code, so I use a comment block to comment it out. Fun story so far right? Problem I have is, the code doesn't actually get commented out. Hmmm.......... comment = /* put commented stuff here and here and here */ comments should be closed now except that is not the case. As you can see here: http://chicagophil.com/ How has this happened? Must be something simple but it's driving me insane!!
  9. Yeah but it looks like Jquery doing the work.
  10. heck I didn't even notice the links on the left make the slider. All I was seeing was the girls image that kept changing positions. Doesn't seem like it would be to hard to do. I don't think. It's all css as far as I can tell. Forget it I'm way to tired. I might look at this later now that you have me curious.
  11. Congrats on finding one of the most annoying pages on the internet!!
  12. I don't want to waste your time Ben. It looks like I have some reading to do on zend. I assumed the framework would produce some working examples however it looks as though some coding will be require to make zend function properly.
  13. Thanks Ben, After tirelessly and frantically searching for an answer, I decided that fixing the xampp issue of installing composer was going to be harder than just moving all my files and reinstalling xampp. I did a reinstall and just like magic composer and git are operating flawlessly. There was some sort of corruption I'm assuming . Of course, I had installed ioncube and about 50 different apps and I do remember doing some hacking to get things to work throughout all those installs. Either I had caused a corruption along the way or I had been getting around the issue for some time. Now, with a fresh install of the xampp stack, I'm now only experiencing one issue. I was able to get the skeleton zend app installed and running but the files will not dynamically load in dreamweaver. I thought it was the .htaccess rewriting of urls so I first took that out of the equation. I read something about using Pass through before I fell asleep last night so I'm going to keep digging on that. I have to admit composer really makes things easier. I installed fuel framework last night also and at first glance it seems amazing. Also, your assumption of a windows system was accurate.
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