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    Help With Twitter

    sorry i know what a hashtag is - i just wasnt sure how i added one to the feed on my company's website. However, i have now realised u do this in twitter>widgets>embed a timeline... What i have learned however is you can not have multiple tags ie u can only have one hashtag/twitter id per feed :-(
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    Help With Twitter

    Hi - i have been asked to add a hashtag to the twitter feed on my company's website. Anyone got a clue what i'm being asked to do, or even better if u know how i go about it.. Thanks in advance
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    Php Causing Validation Error When It Should Not

    Anyone..? I would have thought a seasoned php pro can see why my validation statement is ignored. Basically even when the form field is populated, I see the alert to input the required data.. what gives..? I am new to php (obviously).
  4. Hi there... My php script requests data from the form:- $name = $_REQUEST['name'] ; $from = $_REQUEST['email'] ; And then when I try to process the validation with:- if($name == '') {print "You have not entered your name, please go back and try again.";} else { if($from == '') {print "You have not entered your email, please go back and try again.";} else { $send = mail($to, $subject, $body, $headers); } } It fails as even when I enter data I get the error message regardless.. Pls advise..
  5. Ok think ive finally got my head around php form handling.. Again i'm very fresh, but soon as i learned about arrays -- the penny dropped. In your opinions, what is the best way to learn php? course, book, internet, wp...
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    Funny IE8 behaviour

    http://microwarehouse.merus.co.uk/catalogue/item/it-equipment/Printers/All-In-One-Printers/Brother-DCP-195C/DCP195CZU1/BRMF195C i was asked to fix an IE8 problem with this page. it might be easier to explain if you view the page in IE9 or FF to see a comparable. basically the carousel extends its list items during page load thereby stretching the div it resides in. the issue is this div does not return to its natural state when all page elements are loaded. evidently by clicking on one of the tabs (specs or jargon) the bug is reset and u can see how the page is supposed to look once loaded. anyone know why it does this, and even better if there is a workaround? many thank guys
  7. this is fantastic. cheers ben. i couldnt express how appreciative i am for this. thank you soooooooooooooooooo much.
  8. i may recieve more feedback in html section - can we position it there pls. thank you so kindly.
  9. is it okay if i post this in another section to see if i get any more feedback or a solution..?
  10. ahah yes i did think of that but makes no difference unfortunately. i think it is obeying the js in that it is scrolling to the top but then the anchor overides it
  11. if it helps: http://equanet.merus.co.uk/edu/ click on the second option (IT manager) which goes to search.jtp#products on the target page (search.jtp) you can see that you still need to scroll up a little to see the products tab/button.
  12. oops i failed to send a previous post - this was to thank Ben for ur help. the scrolling js works as intended i guess in that it moves to the top of the containing div. it would be perfect if i could show the actual tab/button in the viewing area as well. the top of the screen cuts this off. i think the solution would be to open the products tab first and then scroll to the top of the page - that way you can see the tab/button which pertains to the content in the containing div - if only i knew how.
  13. i think the solution would be to open the products tab first and then scroll to the top of the page - that way you can see the tab/button which pertains to the content in the containing div - if only i knew how.
  14. Clearly u have misunderstood my requirement.
  15. Obviously there is. The containing div which hold the products has an id of products. This isnt helpful.
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