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  • in reply to: Browser Compatibility Issues. #69204

    Hey, Thanks Virtual for your time.

    I knew about Conditional Comments but I didn’t know what they were called, so that helps. But I’m not sure how to apply them. I first took out the Emulate code and then tried pasting a copy of the #wrapper #MidSection100kPlus_pg1 #RegisterButton { into the Conditional Comment but I got a Parsing Error. Then I tried just putting "top:325" between the Conditional Comment and it said the same thing. Where exactly am I supposed to put the Comment and what Code do I put in it?

    Thanks Again.

    My First Attempt


    <!–[if IE 7]>
    #wrapper #MidSection100kPlus_pg1 #RegisterButton {
    color: #333333;
    line-height:13px;
    color: #000000;
    font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    height: 28px;
    width: 76px;
    position: relative;
    left: 55px;
    top: 299px;

    }
    <![endif]–>


    My Second Attempt



    #wrapper #MidSection100kPlus_pg1 #RegisterButton {
    color: #333333;
    line-height:13px;
    color: #000000;
    font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    height: 28px;
    width: 76px;
    position: relative;
    left: 55px;
    top: 299px;
    <!–[if IE 7]>
    top:325px;
    <![endif]–>

    }


    in reply to: Div Content Seperation #69190

    Thanks dcp3450, I’ll Repost.

    in reply to: [Solved] Parse Error installing #64 Building a Photo Gallery #63270

    Okay. I believe my problem was the server was using PHP 4.9 and not 5. So as far as this post Its resolved.

    in reply to: [Solved] Parse Error installing #64 Building a Photo Gallery #62650

    They use something called suPHP. Ever heard of it?

    in reply to: [Solved] Parse Error installing #64 Building a Photo Gallery #62646

    Yes, I know what it is and where it’s at. I just don’t understand what it’s saying about the file. It’s in the right directory. It wasn’t mirrored on my hard drive, but I fixed that with no change.

    I just fond this message in my live log on the server.

    [24-Aug-2009 06:59:52] PHP Fatal error: Cannot instantiate non-existent class: imgbrowz0r in /home/shepa0/public_html/chris/imgbrowz0r/index.php on line 65

    The problem is on line 37 (or before) of imgbrowz0r.php

    Ok. So what do I do with this information. "imgbrowz0r.php" only shows up on line 28. Is it written wrong, directing wrong, wrong file name?

    p.s. Thanks for the help so far.

    Sorry, I’m still not seeing the problem. I forgot to mention this is my first time messing with anything PHP.

    I looked back on the video (#64 Building a Photo Gallery) and noticed that he had a ?q=%PATH% on the back end of his link to the main_url. I remember having that in there before but I deleted it because I thought it was junk added on from Dreamweaver, but I put it back on (that’s) on line 38, so now it reads like this.

    38| ‘main_url’ => ‘http://shepardsuperteam.com/chris/imgbrowz0r/index.php?q=%PATH%&#8217;,

    line 65 still reads like this

    65|$gallery = new imgbrowz0r($config);

    Do you see anything wrong between these two codes?

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