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About Archadian28

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  1. What seems to be the problem? And why in God's name are you using iframes? Also, put this at the top of your css file. * { margin: 0 0; padding: 0 0; } I believe this is mainly for IE since IE automatically tries to add margin and padding. * selects all elements. Put it at the top of the code.
  2. Try * { margin 0 auto; padding: 0 0; }
  3. You might want to try MySQL...there are many tutorials on the web. Go to google.com and type MySQL tutorials...
  4. You need to put a space before /> ex. height="100" />
  5. Its probably not working because of the first statement you made . And what part of the code isn't working?
  6. Yes it is ok. You can use min-width, max-width, min-height and max-height to control the size. Also you might want to use overflow: auto as well which adds a scroll bar if the content is larger than the container its in. So the scroll bar doesn't show up in the main div you will want to set the overflow: hidden on the main div and overflow: auto on your fixed background so the scroll bar shows up on the right side of the screen rather than in your main div.
  7. Im not sure why but you may need additional codecs you can get them here: http://shark007.net. Make sure you download the correct codec for your Operating System.
  8. It might be your ISP, its loading within 2 seconds for me. I have been to Chimney Rock...very nice place to go. Its small but nice.
  9. This might be an option: http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_get.asp
  10. It isn't working if, for one, you are using something someone else wrote and you copied it. If the columns in the DB don't match up to the code, its not going to work. If you have the wrong username, host, password and DB name, its not going to work. If your PHP code is not able to retrieve the data your form is passing through...guess what, its not going to work. All you need is your form and write your PHP code which Ben and I explained above to retrieve the value from the textbox then do a SELECT to your DB and use the...yes the LIKE %$textbox% to pull the records of everything "$textbox" ($textbox = the name of the textbox in the form and the $_GET or $_POST) matches in your database then display it to a table. If Ben doesn't understand whats going on in that code its time to get a new script .
  11. Since you put it that way...its probably a good thing.
  12. Yeah so they can track them and probably listen to their conversations...
  13. you aren't even getting the value from $_GET['textfield']. Since that is the name of your input text box... what is $_GET['pageNum_Recordset1']? <body> <form id="form1" name="form1" method="get" action="search_results.php"> <label for="textfield"></label> <input type="text" name="textfield" id="textfield" /> <input type="submit" name="button" id="button" value="search" /> </form> </body> </html> method="get" name="textfield" your form method is using GET so you would use $_GET and your text field is name="textfield" so it would be $_GET['textfield'] and you might want to use htmlentities() function to keep ppl from injecting unwanted code into your database. If you are trying to search for something in your database by using a text field you have to use LIKE... $search = $_GET['textfield']; "SELECT * FROM table LIKE '%$search%'" Or you could use a while() and put an if() inside of the while statement but that would be unneeded code. Just use LIKE i've given you numerous example and if you search google.com for MySQLi LIKE you will get many more.
  14. Its not a big deal, it won't effect anything you are doing but if you look in the bar above where you type the code you should see "setup" or something like that. I think DW just needs to sync up with the webroot folder (www).
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