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  1. I have this message (below) on my main page when members not checked in… Welcome, not a “Ticketed Member” yet? Sign up by “Making A Reservation” and then “Check In” http://www.myglobalpnr.com/index.php When my members do check in, I would like the message to NOT appear. http://www.myglobalpnr.com/ckin.php I cant seem to figure out how my CSS should be set at. Ca anyone help me please? Thanks, Scott
  2. @Andrea I took your advice and just did it all over and now it works in all three browsers. Now I have to figure out how to move my logo over to the left corner and lower my title to align up with the bottom of the globe. You have any idea how to do that in text/css? Thanks Again, Scotty13
  3. http://www.myglobalpnr.com/index.php Thanks, S
  4. My header links work in IE9, however they don’t work in Safari or in Chrome browsers. The weird thing about this is my <?php echo $ckinOptions; ?> (highlighted on the bottom) links work in Safari & Chrome. Here is my script.... <div style="font-size:72px; line-height:1.0em; float:left;margin:-15px;"> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://www.myglobalpnr.com/index.php"><img src="images/mgplogo1.png" alt="Note" title="Go Back Home to My Global PNR" width="150" height="150"hspace="0" vspace="0" border="0" /></a><strong>My Global PNR<
  5. First, thank you for your help. Second, I like my logo but not my red arrow. The original image is sharp at 101 x 111. And the image size on my website is width="60" height="50". Should I be searching for smaller images and gif images, than add that one to my website? Scott
  6. Never mind, I figured it out. I need to save image as an "Index Transparency" from the drop down transparency menu. Thanks, S
  7. On my website page, I’ve inserted an image in a php scripts and it has a white box around it. Image is saved in my “images” folder in my server. I know how to remove the white back ground (Adobe Fireworks), so you just see the image. What I want to know is now that I have my image with no background, how do I make it were the image does NOT show a white box on my webpage? Thanks in advance, Scotty
  8. body { margin-left: 0px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; text-align: center; } .centerStuff{ text-align: center; background-image: center; } .footercenterlinks { text-align: center; } .bluetext { color: #00F; } .greentext { color: #0C0; } .alignRt .brightRed .answerquestion { color: #F00; font-size: 24px; } #locationForm tr td strong { color: #00F; } #websiteForm tr td strong { color: #00F; } #youtubeForm tr td strong { color: #00F; } #bioForm tr td stron
  9. <?php include_once("scripts/checkuserlog.php"); ?> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /> <meta name="Description" content="Airline Network" /> <meta name="Keywords" content="about, us, my, global, pnr, social, network, airline, employees, around, world, globe, global, my, global, PNR, social, network, about, reservations, locator, depart, ck
  10. The table is at 100% / center. I’ve even tried right, left, and no change. Im using Dreamweaver CS4 and when I save the file “Save As” it centers it, but when test in my browser, it’s to the right. What is going on? Image attached. Thanks, Scotty
  11. <tr> <td><font size=2 color="#FFFFFF"><b><?php echo "$month_full $year" ; ?></b></font> </td> <td align="right"> <? echo "<a href='index.php?Sec=home&req_month=$prev_month&year=$prev_year'><img src=../images/pmonth.gif border=0></a> "; ?> <? echo "<a href='index.php?Sec=home&req_month=$next_month&year=$next_year'><img src=../images/nmonth.gif border=0></a> "; ?> </td> </tr> </table> Thanks in advance, Scotty
  12. This is like Algebra, its there but I just dont see it. This is what I have... if(!isset($passengerUserName)) {(!isset($passengerUserName)) = (!isset($passengerFirstName;))}
  13. Like this? if(!isset($passengerUserName)){(!isset($passengerUserName)) = (!isset($passengerFirstName));} If so, dosnt work!
  14. I added (!isset($passengerUserName)) on line 362 and it removed the first error(Notice: Undefined variable: passengerFirstName in /home/**************/res.php on line 362) other errors still remain. Thanks for your help, new to all this.
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