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  1. Hey everyone.. I would like to be able to upload .pdfs that are 30MB 1. I am using Wordpress 8.4 2. I am using Dreamhost and cannot locate either the php.ini or .htaccess file 3. I don't have php.ini or .htaccess in my root folder via FTP 4. I e-mailed Dreamhost and they said they cannot do it on their end I would like to know if I just create a php.ini file and if so can someone copy/paste the entire php.ini file that would allow me to upload up to 30MB files? OR I would like to know if I just create a .htacess file and if so can someone copy/paste the entire .htaccess file that would allow me to upload to to 30MB files? Thank you ahead of time
  2. also.. I dont have compressed.css I just have style.css where is my compressed.css file?
  3. ok.. let me make sure I got this right.. this is my span-4 and span-3? #menu li span { display: block; float: left; padding: 0 0px 0 22px; } #menu li span.home { background: url(images/bg/Home.png) no-repeat; } #menu li span.adrates{ background: url(images/bg/Ok.png) no-repeat; } #menu li span.archives { background: url(images/bg/Key.png) no-repeat; } #menu li span.subscribe { background: url(images/bg/Dots.png) no-repeat; } #menu li span.contact { background: url(images/bg/Email.png) no-repeat; } #menu li span.advertize { background: url(images/bg/Computer.png) no-repeat; } #menu li span.calendar { background: url(images/bg/Calendar.png) no-repeat; } #menu li span.churchlist { background: url(images/bg/Health.png) no-repeat; } #menu li span.bizlist { background: url(images/bg/Link.png) no-repeat; } so span 3 would be archives? and span 4 would be subscribe? where do i put it? at the end, inside, with quotes, etc..? and then here is my #homeabout /* about */ #home_about { border-bottom: 1px solid #dadada; border-top: 1px solid #dadada; margin: 0 0 1em 0; background: #f3f9ff; padding: 1.0em 0.7em 0 0.7em; } #home_about p { font-size: 0.9em; font-family: tahoma; text-align: left; } so I would put overflow:auto where? after the } inside? with quotes? thanks again for helping me through this
  4. You should be able to insert those icons in that location without any trouble. It probably has something to do with the way you are inserting them. Perhaps post a link to a page where the icons are inserted, and we can troubleshoot from there? In wordpress I go into my Dashboard.. then Pages.. then Description, all the editing is done there, its a full WSYWIG editor. this is the code I'm putting into that box right after FOLLOW US FOLLWING HIM AT... thank you for replying
  5. Hey everyone.. If you look at my main page www dot christiancouriernewspaper dot com / blogbase where it says WELCOME TO CHRISTIAN COURIER E-PAPER... I would like to install Twitter+Facebook icons where it says Follow us following Him at I put in the hyperlink and image in the description and what happens is it puts it underneath the box and the third column of the blog goes underneath the second column any idea on how to insert those 2 icons without my 3rd column going anywhere?? Appreciate the help
  6. here is my code > > if you go to this page.. www dot christiancouriernewspaper dot com / blogbase / contactpage.php you will see the SUBMIT button, what I want is for when the user hits submit, it (a) sends the information to me ( popups a window to upload a file for someone reason it's not working-- it's sending the emails just fine, but the popup doesn't show any/all help will be much appreciated thank you
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  8. I'll fix that a little bit later, it's a work in progress.. any idea on how to remove the 2 fieldset outlines??
  9. OK- I got it all figured out how I want, now I need to know how to remove those goofy looking fieldset outlines under the SPAM question and the SUBMIT button... any ideas? thanks for all the help people
  10. ok, can you copy and paste exactly where to put it? thanks for the quick reply
  11. see here: http://www.christiancouriernewspaper.com/blogbase/contactpage.php What I want is for 7 fields (Name-State) on the Left just how they are Then I want the remaining fields (Country- the spam question) on the right I would like to have it so it all fits on one page without having to scroll any ideas/suggestions? the .css file is below /* ---------------------------------------------------------------- GBCF-V3 BLUE STYLE SHEET - MIKE CHERIM HTTP://GREEN-BEAST.COM ---------------------------------------------------------------- To use for testing, this stylesheet must be named default.css */ /* === form div and elements ======================================= */ #form-div { font-family : verdana, helvetica, palatino sans, tahoma, arial, sans-serif; width : 70%; margin : auto; color : #FF8C00 ; line-height : 1.2em; } #form-div p.form-footer { margin : -35px 2px 20px 13px; } #form-div p.form-footer a { color : #003366; } #form-div p.form-footer a:hover, #form-div p.form-footer a:focus, #form-div p.form-footer a:active { color : #000; text-decoration : none; } #form-div p.form-footer a:focus, #form-div p.form-footer a:active { background-color : #eee; } /* === form div link styles ======================================== */ #form-div a { color : #FF6600; } #form-div a:hover, #form-div a:focus, #form-div a:active { color : #000; text-decoration : none; } #form-div a:focus, #form-div a:active { background-color : #eee; } /* === success and error message/results box ======================= */ #form-div p.success, #form-div p.error, #form-div p.center { color : #fff; /* color : #000; (lite colors option - uncomment to use) */ padding : 1px 4px; border : 1px solid #000; background-color : #003366; /* background-color : #bfccd9; (lite colors option - uncomment to use) */ margin : 10px 3px; text-align : center; } #form-div p.error { background-color : #bb0000; /* background-color : #edbaba; (lite colors option - uncomment to use) */ } #form-div p.error a, #form-div p.success a { color : #ffff7f; } #form-div p.center { text-align : center; background-color : #edbaba; color : #000; margin-top : -3px; padding : 0px 4px; } #form-div p.error a:hover, #form-div p.error a:focus, #form-div p.error a:active, #form-div p.success a:hover, #form-div p.success a:focus, #form-div p.success a:active { color : #eee; background-color : #bb0000; } #form-div p.success a:hover, #form-div p.success a:focus, #form-div p.success a:active { background-color : #003366; } /* === structural form elements ==================================== */ form#gbcf-form { } fieldset.main-set, fieldset.req-set, fieldset.opt-set { border : 1px solid #eee; padding : 5px; } /* === textural form elements ====================================== */ #form-div legend { font-weight : bold; } #form-div legend span { } legend.main-legend { color : #777; font-size : 100%; } legend.req-legend, legend.opt-legend { color : #777; font-size : 60%; } legend.main-legend span { } legend.main-legend { } legend.req-legend span { } legend.req-legend { margin-left : -2px; } legend.opt-legend span { } legend.opt-legend { margin-left : -2px; } label.req-label, label.opt-label { color : #FF6600; font-size : 60%; } label.opt-label.check { float : right; padding : 0; margin : 1px 4px; cursor : pointer; } label.opt-label.main-label { margin : 0 2px; font-weight : bold; font-size : 75%; } label.opt-label.main-label span { font-weight : normal; color : #FF6600; font-sze : 60%; } label.opt-label.main-label span.req, label span.req { font-weight : bold; color : #c70000; } label.req-label.explain { color : #666; font-size : .8em; } label.req-label.explain:hover { color : #000; } /* === control and interface form elements ========================= */ /* note: In this section you will see the hover/focus styles for the inputs. For example: input:hover, input:focus. You will also see these names applied as classes: input.hover, input,focus, for example. This is not done by mistake. Those classes are needed for the JavaScript focus script (files/focus.js) for IE 7 and older. */ input.text-long.address, input.text-long.address:hover, input.text-long.address:focus, input.text-long.address.hover, input.text-long.address.focus { border-bottom : 0; margin-bottom : 0; padding-bottom : 2px; border-bottom : 1px dotted #bbb; } input.text-long.address2, input.text-long.address2:hover, input.text-long.address2:focus, input.text-long.address2.hover, input.text-long.address2.focus { border-top : 0; margin-top : 0; padding-top : 2px; border-top : 1px dotted #bbb; } input.checkbox { border : 1px solid #999; width : .9em; height :.9em; padding : 0; margin : 0; cursor : pointer; } input.checkbox:hover, input.checkbox.hover, input.checkbox:focus, input.checkbox.focus { border : 1px solid #666; } input.text-short, input.text-med, input.text-long, select.select, textarea.textarea { font : 0.6em verdana, helvetica, palatino sans, tahoma, arial, sans-serif; border : 1px solid #999; background-color : #fffffe; cursor : text; padding : 1px 2px; } select.select { padding : 1px 0; } input.text-short { width : 75px; } input.text-med, select.select { width : 150px; } input.text-long { width : 175px; } textarea.textarea { width : 220px; height : 100px; } select.select, select.select option { cursor : pointer; } input.text-short:focus, input.text-short.focus, input.text-med:focus, input.text-med.focus, input.text-long:focus, input.text-long.focus, select.select:focus, input.select.focus, textarea.textarea:focus, textarea.textarea.focus { border : 1px solid #666; background-color : #ffe; } input.button { font : 0.9em verdana, helvetica, palatino sans, tahoma, arial, sans-serif; font-weight : bold; margin-top : 8px; padding : 1px 10px; cursor : pointer; float : right; clear : both; color : #003366; } input.button:hover, input.button.hover, input.button:focus, input.button.focus { color : #333; } /* because IE6 sucks - if you have a conditionally served IE6 style sheet add this to it */ * html input.button { border : 1px solid #666; } /* EOF - Created by Mike Cherim @ http://green-beast.com =========== */ thanks ahead of time!!!
  12. No worries, I finally figured it out. I was looking waaay to far into the program, it was actaully quite simple. I needed to set my directory to ./ not just / weird I know, but that's php for you:D
  13. Email From:* Full Name:* Comments:* <?php include_once("gbcf-v3/form.php"); ?>
  14. Has anyone used or currently use gbcf-v3 Contact Form?? I'm currently stuck and I need someone who is willing to help me through my problem any help is more than welcome here is my contact PHP Fields marked (*) are required Email From:* Full Name:* Comments:* and I'm currently stuck with these 2 steps: 9. Add the link to the style sheet and the focus JavaScript file - for form field focus effects for Internet Explorer - to the head of your contact form page (see Figure 1), then add the PHP "include" to the body content area of that same page (see Figure 2). Go live and worry not. Figure 1 Note: You may choose to add the form styles to your own style sheet or do something else such as use existing styles. It's your call. Use the default style sheet to see what classes you have available to you. The style sheet name in the example is default.css. Change as needed if using a theme. <?php include_once("gbcf-v3/form.php"); ?> Figure 2 Note: In all cases above, adjust the path to the files to meet your needs such as if your contact page is in a folder: ../gbcf-v3/form.php. any/all help please?!!
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