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If I’m not mistaken, this tutorial should fit the bill: http://www.killerphp.com/tutorials/object-oriented-php/
Well, I’ve used WishList a couple times, but it’s not fantastic. But more importantly:
What kind of membership site are you making? This is what will decide which plugin to use.April 23, 2011 at 1:49 pm in reply to: Sticky Footer – What’s wrong with padding the bottom? #49671
The great thing about CSS is you can do most things in more than one way. So if one way doesn’t work in a browser, you can just try another.
Hmmm… It sounds like those background Divs are being place on top of the rest of your content… so when you click, you click on the div, instead of the link.
Try adding "z-index:-100" to the .bg class.
Well, to start, I would validate your code: http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1 … Ftestes%2F
That is probably why your links won’t link.
IE doesn’t do CSS shadows. IE6 has a problem with clear PNGs. You’ll need a PNG hackto fix it.
Start with that.January 10, 2010 at 2:24 pm in reply to: [Solved] WordPress Conditional Statement – Mini Loop Help! #69205
It should work with any of these. I have had similar trouble with this is_page() function before and I just had to fiddle with it until it worked. So that’s what I recommend… lol
So here’s what’s strange:
1) The top of your button is about 345px from the top of it’s parent div, but your "TOP" is 299px.
2) If you use Firebug to hover over the element, you will see that the #RegisterButton is sitting above where it should be, yet the link "inside" of it is being pushed below it.
Something is pushing that link down ~46px, but it is too late for me to figure out. Anyone have an idea?
I’m sorry. You’re going to need to give me more specifics. What link is "ERROR"?
I’m assuming you mean "Internet Explorer 6"?January 10, 2010 at 1:44 am in reply to: [Solved] Maintain Height Of Divs When Collapsing Window #69195
Hey man. No problem.
I don’t know what screen size you are looking at your page in, but have you tried looking at it on a 728×1028 screen? The footer is practically gone, and the logo has a lot of empty space above it. I just wanted to make sure you are looking at your site in the common screen sizes.January 9, 2010 at 6:20 pm in reply to: [Solved] WordPress Conditional Statement – Mini Loop Help! #69186"cjk" wrote:So this leads me to believe the issue is the statement? Yes?
Did you try the ID with single quotes around it?January 9, 2010 at 5:04 pm in reply to: [Solved] WordPress Conditional Statement – Mini Loop Help! #69180
Hmmmm… Okay so it sounds like you’ve got the hierarchy set up correctly.
The next thing I’d check is your if statements:Quote:is_page(‘Training’)
Are you sure this is working? Have you tired using the Page ID instead of the page name?January 9, 2010 at 3:11 pm in reply to: [Solved] not sure if this is a Jquery or css problem #69172
The problem is probably a CSS problem, the fix is created by using the z-index property:
Add "z-index:100" to "ul.topnav li ul.subnav" (on line 135 of your CSS file)
That tells your sub menu to be above your other HTML elements (since they have a lower z-index (0)).January 9, 2010 at 12:42 pm in reply to: [Solved] WordPress Conditional Statement – Mini Loop Help! #69164
Okay, Here’s some questions:
Is the header, footer and sidebar showing up?
What is the name of that file? (index.php?)
What page are you going to get this page to display?
One possibility is a messup with the hierarchy… are you familiar with this: http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy ?January 9, 2010 at 12:48 am in reply to: [Solved] WordPress Conditional Statement – Mini Loop Help! #69153
What is currently happening with this page? What is broken?January 9, 2010 at 12:47 am in reply to: [Solved] Maintain Height Of Divs When Collapsing Window #69152
It doesn’t work in IE6, but you can give your #page or #main a "min-height" to make sure it doesn’t collapse too much.