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  3. Hi, Look in the PDF .... there is a link to the videos near the top. Let me know!
  4. Thanks Stef I know what you mean. The piece of paper or maybe dedicated notebook is essential there's so many, and that appeals to my inner Luddite. But the notebook I've got with all the crossing out and scribbling feels more like clutter which I've too much of. I'm going to take the plunge. Having done some reading around it doesn't seem like there's a great deal between them. They all serve the same basic function and differ only in the trimmings. I'm going to try Lastpass because of the family option. I've a feeling this free trial might be too seductive in the convenience that's offered but I'll report back at the end of it.
  5. Hello, I recently purchased the Complete Freelancer Videos, but all I found were mp3s. Pretty sure I followed the email instructions correctly. Any idea what is going on? -Drew
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  7. Put something like this in your form: <textarea id="comments" name="comments" rows="5" cols="33"> Please add any comments here. </textarea> You will have to parse for this information in your server side code. It depends if the cart.asp page supports extra form field procession. BTW, .asp is really old tech! I used to use it .... about 250 years ago!
  8. I haven't looked at them, but I friends who do and love them. I use the old fashioned method - printed on paper.
  9. Check out this course: https://school.studioweb.com/store
  10. File menu and select Create PDF From Web Page". You'll need the paid version of Adobe Acrobat for this, but you'll be able to save an entire web site, including every page on the server in its original format with working links. Enter the URL for the website you want to convert into a PDF
  11. If you run into issues just contact me. Occasionally things come up, most of the time is people just dealing with learning to code ... they soon figure out what they missed. Once in a while, there are actual errors though.
  12. davnoPora

    ES6...?

    Well Stefan, your content is absolutely great! When you have all that bunch of people getting orgasms while talking about functions and arrays and God knows what it is very reassuring to have you. For me you represent knowledge of wise seer or wizard, while they are just trying to prove how much they know and what they can do... Well, it often turns up to be confusing and your quiet, balance voice is like balsam of sanity in this madness of programming tutors So thank you very much for your hard work and I forgive you all errors that you refuse to correct hahahaha Have a good one!
  13. Learn from online courses. Free online courses might be one of the best resources Learn HTML basics and CSS Learn JavaScript Learn about web design elements.
  14. Is this still an issue for the course?
  15. Yeah tried but just couldn’t get it to work. Was hoping to get some assistance 👍🏻🙏🏻
  16. You need to ad another input type = text so that people can add the comment.
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  18. Hi just need a little help. I’m using the recommended donate HTML on our basket so customers can add a charity donation to their order. I’d like to also make it possible to add a text/comments box so that if they wish to add a note they can and it will show up in the cart. I did try to add to it and managed to get a text box but when clicking ‘Donate’ the comments didn’t show in the basket so I deleted my attempt. This is the basic donate HTML I have so far from Romancart website.:<form action="https://www.romancart.com/cart.asp"method="post"><input type="hidden" name="itemname" value="Donation">Amount to Donate: <input type="text" name="price" value="" size="6"><input type="hidden" name="storeid" value="10000"><input type="hidden" name="quantity" value="1"><input type="submit" value="Donate"></form>
  19. A New Free Monitoring Tool to Measure Your Dark Web Exposure https://thehackernews.com/2020/05/dark-web-monitoring-tool.html
  20. make it open by default, The accordion is a graphical control element comprising a vertically stacked list of items, such as labels or thumbnails An accordion is similar in purpose to a tabbed interface, a list of items where exactly one item is expanded into a panel
  21. In the video Stef talks about disabling CSS in Chrome to see the impact it has on a website. However this is an older version of Chrome and I couldn't find a tool to do this in the current version (maybe that's my inexperience). I did find the extension "disable-HTML" in the Chrome web store by Daniel Lucks (link below). It's actually an elegantly simple control panel for this extension with straight forward "on/off" buttons for not just CSS but also JavaScript, images, cookies and pop-ups-note pop-ups are defaulted to off when you install it. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/disable-html/lfhjgihpknekohffabeddfkmoiklonhm
  22. Hello guys a newbie here, looking for useful ideas as a freelancer
  23. Good question. Learn the basics and these things will become obvious to you: https://school.studioweb.com/store/course/complete_web_designer You will learn to build your first web page in about 40 minutes. I hope that helps!
  24. Hi! I was hoping that there might be a kind soul here who would be willing to spare a moment to help out idiots like me and my colleagues, who know absolutely nothing about creating websites... So, here it goes: We need to create a (hopefully) simple interactive collage making website for a community art project. For context, and to explain my sudden plea for help, the project was not supposed to be digital at all, but because of COVID-19, we now need to somehow miraculously transform what was meant to be an interactive physical art installation into a digital format (without having any extra funding to do so, otherwise we'd of course hire a professional). The idea is that the website would allow users to create a collage out of a set of pre-existing images (even better if they could also upload their own images in addition to the pre-existing ones, but that's not essential). There would be a digital canvas of sorts (just a blank page would do really) and a set of images to choose from (between 50 and 60 images), and the users could pick one image at a time, move it to the canvas, and position it anywhere onto the canvas they like. They should be able to move at least 10 or so images onto the canvas for any one collage, and arrange them however they wish to create the collage. If it helps to understand why we are doing this in the first place, its part of a wider community engagement project on medicine and society, and this part is focused on "post-human bodies." The images would be pictures of different human, robot, animal, etc body parts (both drawings and photographs created by young local amateur artists and art students), and the users could then arrange them to create a whole "post-human body." I know this is probably too general of a "we have no clue" kind of question, and I hope you don't feel that I'm trying to waste your time, but you have no idea how much I would appreciate it if anyone would provide any advice, or direct me to more information about how (or even whether) it would be possible for us to construct a website like this -- taking into account that we don't know anything about how to build websites beyond things like basic pre-designed Wix templates. I've really tried to find out about this online, but I don't even know where to begin searching for info... If your advice is: "you won't be able to do this, just forget it," that will also be appreciated, and we will just have to accept the reality of it. Thanks in advance!
  25. I purchased this course, however whenever I try to access its contents, the page says that there is no record of my email in the database. Plus it still shows up in my shopping cars, like as if I had never checked it out. So far It's been longer than a slight delay.
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