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Webkiller

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  1. Yeah the # is my anchor. I am starting to like it now the fact it gets pulled down so I left like this. Thanks for the help. I can do without out it buts its a way to get attention to another page.
  2. Iframe problem I am having. I inserted a Iframe on the main Index page and anchored the iframe so it would scroll to a certain part of page. I thought that was that but heres my problem! When I enter the main index page it takes me down to the Iframe on Loading of Page/refresh and scrolls to anchored text in my iframe. It makes my whole main index page scroll down to the Iframe and waits for the Iframe to scroll to the ancored text. I want the main index page to stay at the top and not scroll down to the Iframe to watch it scroll itself. Thanks in advance for all the generous h
  3. Meta refresh redirects have been used by spammers to fool search engines. So search engines remove those sites from their database. If you use a lot of meta refresh tags to redirect pages, the search engines may decide your site is spam and delete it from their index. Below is just a refresh with no redirect. <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="600"> 600 the amount of time in seconds the browser should refresh page.
  4. Beedev you were right I needed to change something and it was the table. I renamed the table not the database. Now everything works fine. The wording of the last table in the database above would not make it function. NEW PROBLEM I see the posts being recoded in the database but each refresh of the page on the site its not holding each person comments.
  5. Ajust this also //Slideshow Next Slide function nextslide() { if($.inAnimation) return false; else $.inAnimation = true; var options = $.extend($.fn.supersized.defaults, $.fn.supersized.options); var currentslide = $('#supersize .activeslide'); currentslide.removeClass('activeslide'); if ( currentslide.length == 0 ) currentslide = $('#supersize a:last'); var nextslide = currentslide.next().length ? currentslide.next() : $('#supersize a:first'); var prevslide = nextslide.prev().length ? nextslide.prev() : $('#supersize a:last'); //Display slide counter
  6. Go all the way down in your supersize .js file to this: Ajust as needed. //Captions require img in <a> if (options.slide_captions == 1) $('#slidecaption').html($(nextslide).find('img').attr('title')); nextslide.hide().addClass('activeslide') if (options.transition == 0){ nextslide.show(); $.inAnimation = false; } if (options.transition == 1){ [b]nextslide.fadeIn(750, function(){$.inAnimation = false;});[/b] } if (options.transition == 2){ nextslide.show("slide", { direction: "down" }, 'slow', function(){$.inAnimation = false;}
  7. Everything is fine connecting to Local Host and database like I posted in the previous post. It echoed back to me on my site saying it was connected. I will try and rename the table in the database to see if that works. The ---- was just for this site so everyone didnt see it. Yeah I tryed that already and nothing works. With the // its hidden text.
  8. Ok thanks for the help. I use md5 encryption for a Apache server. It echoed back on my site that its connected to the host and database. I changed it also to CREATE TABLE comments and still no dice. Thanks yeah I missed that. I really thought that was going to fix it hmm. <?php if($_POST) { $name=$_POST['name']; $email=$_POST['email']; $comment=$_POST['comment']; $lowercase = strtolower($email); $image = md5( $lowercase ); mysql_connect("localhost", "-------", "-------") or die(mysql_error()); echo ""; mysql_select_db("-------") or die(mysql_error()); echo "";
  9. Heres is what I have put together so far for the PHP script. Below is database screen shot. I would like to hear all ideas. I am stuck as can be so thanks in advance. Michael <?php if($_POST) { $name=$_POST['name']; $email=$_POST['email']; $comment=$_POST['comment']; $lowercase = strtolower($email); $image = md5( $lowercase ); mysql_connect("localhost","EdwardBrown3236","buckeye3"); //mysql_query("INSERT INTO comments (name,email,comment) VALUES ('$name','$email','$comment') ") ; } else { } ?>
  10. Your right added the experiments to the web design page. Yes I agree the average user really doesn't care about canvas so put it under graphic design to make it more user friendly. JQery doesnt function as good as adobe I tried it out already awhile back. Less resources? I feel like the jquery is eating my bandwidth x2 compared to adobe flash.
  11. I linked it off to its page so tell me what you think now. Should I even keep it linked like this? Seems too different for me.
  12. I agree IE another year behind everyone else. How do they have support for it?
  13. Well IE9 beta does not work either. It blocks the whole thing and rejects it. Reading up on it Microsoft does not have plugins to support it. Another F- for IE. I will have to link it off to another page and warn people that its only supported in certain browsers.
  14. I need help with a .js script that wont function in IE. Its telling me there is something wrong with Line 5 Char 2. I have a screen shot for you showing the lines. Char 2 is located right before the P at the start of line 5. Any ideas is much appreciated and it works fine in Chrome and Firefox. View it at the bottom of the about page http://www.bestad.org/about.php Its the cloth with a picture of me blowing in wind when moved. Screen Shot:
  15. Here is a nice 3D pixel Twirl with Javascript on anyones website. Experimenting always brings rewards! So go to the persons website you want make sure they have alot of images. Delete the address bar and insert: javascript:R=0; x1=.1; y1=.05; x2=.25; y2=.24; x3=1.6; y3=.24; x4=300; y4=200; x5=300; y5=200; DI=document.getElementsByTagName("img"); DIL=DI.length; function A(){for(i=0; i-DIL; i++){DIS=DI[ i ].style; DIS.position='absolute'; DIS.left=(Math.sin(R*x1+i*x2+x3)*x4+x5)+"px"; DIS.top=(Math.cos(R*y1+i*y2+y3)*y4+y5)+"px"}R++}setInterval('A()',5); void(0); Press Enter
  16. Getting ready for fall.

  17. Get that websites up your working on. I am ready to see it hehehe. Cant wait

  18. I would warn them that their experience might not be great and upgrading to current IE is best for viewing sites around the web.
  19. If you want the Jquery do it this way var base = $j(“base”).attr(“href”); $j(“#menu li a”).each(function(){ $j(this).attr(“href”, base+$j(this).attr(“href”)); });
  20. Try that out my friend. <h1 class="entry-title">Menu</h1> <div class="entry-content"> <div class="item"> <h2><a href="/grinders/menu/grinders">Grinders</a></h2> <p><a href="/grinders/menu/grinder" style="height:100px;width:500px;position:absolute;text-indent:-9999px;">Choose from our wide variety of hot baked sandwiches, each made to order according to W.G. Grinders exclusive recipe.</a></p></div> <div class="item"> <h2><a href="menu/stromboli">Stromboli</a></h2&g
  21. You know your getting old when you start to thrown a baseball like Obama.
  22. Yes a big RED alert in your face can lower your self esteem. A large GREEN and congratulations is always good.
  23. I think that would be a great idea to do it based on not only rank but activity. A nice alert pop up on a mouse over would be awesome never seen it done before on a forum. Why do you have this meta tag in index on Killer Sites? <meta name="MSSmartTagsPreventParsing" content="true">
  24. I am twenty two how old are you? Ok Kyle I did your changes with the contact column. I put in the actual number, location and fax. I also put in links to reference them. Losing links on the index lowers the SEO.I think it looks good! Check the about page also I added a poll so please vote. I put the PHP IP memory in the backend so only one vote. Like the CSS3 round corners? Thanks again Kyle. Please tell me your business site and your friends forum. I can check them out.
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