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  • in reply to: Floated boxes creating gaps #79108

    brianatlarge
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    Wrapping the boxes in floated containers was my plan b, just wasn’t sure if there was a trick I was missing.

    Thanks.

    in reply to: Floated boxes creating gaps #79116

    brianatlarge
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    So I put in the clear div after the third box, and it helped a little, but it’s still aligning to the longest box.

    http://twitpic.com/2riexa/full

    in reply to: jQuery: Traversing up, over and down #79666

    brianatlarge
    Member

    That didn’t work.

    I also thought about changing it to .closest(‘form’), since table is on the same level as the submit button, but that didn’t make any difference. I also tried it with the .find() that you suggested, and still no luck.

    Any other suggestions?

    in reply to: Send me a copy – PHP form doesn’t send copy #79904

    brianatlarge
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    in reply to: Send me a copy – PHP form doesn’t send copy #81746

    brianatlarge
    Member

    Ok… I think my code works because I just tried some different email addresses and it sends correctly, it’s just the emails aren’t being delivered to my domain email address.

    Is it possible that it ignores emails that are sent to and from the same address?

    in reply to: Detecting increments of 12 #75125

    brianatlarge
    Member

    Wow. That was easy. I’ll have to remember that.

    in reply to: fadeIn doesn’t work in IE 7 #75030

    brianatlarge
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    I fixed the problem.

    Basically my intention was to use ID’s to link up the thumbnail image with the large image, so that I could store the clicked image ID in a variable and then attach that to the ID of the gallery image that I wanted to show. The problem is, this made duplicate ID names, which is a no no.

    Strangely enough, FireFox, Chrome, and IE8 were forgiving enough to allow this to work. I ended up fixing this by giving the gallery images rel values equal to its respective thumbnail ID name. And now it works perfectly.

    Code:
    $(document).ready(function () {
    //Hide all gallery images and captions
    $(‘#galleryLarge img’).each(function() {
    $(this).css(‘margin-bottom’, ‘-3px’);
    $(this).hide();
    });
    $(‘#galleryCaption p’).each(function() {
    $(this).hide();
    });

    //Only show the first gallery image and caption when gallery first loads
    $(‘#galleryLarge img’).first().show();
    $(‘#galleryCaption p’).first().show();

    $(‘#galleryThumbs li a’).click(function() {
    var imgID = $(this).attr(‘id’);
    $(‘#galleryLarge img’).fadeOut();
    $(‘#galleryLarge img[rel=”‘+imgID+'”]’).fadeIn();

    var currentCaption = $(this).attr(‘class’);
    $(‘#galleryCaption p’).hide();
    $(‘#galleryCaption p.’+currentCaption).show();
    });
    });

    in reply to: Resized window, background stops repeating #73837

    brianatlarge
    Member

    Yep. Setting a min-width on those pesky divs fixed the problem. That’s really weird. Never had that problem before.

    in reply to: [Solved] Reverse order of array #73104

    brianatlarge
    Member

    That was it. Thanks.

    in reply to: So….can we truly use HTML5 yet? #72138

    brianatlarge
    Member

    I was about to make a similar post, but decided to bump this back up.

    Is anyone using HTML5 on a regular basis, and if so, have you discovered any issues? I’m planning on switching from XHTML 1.0 strict to HTML5 and was just wondering if there was anything I need to keep in mind as far as cross-browser compatibility / implementing jQuery stuff / PHP includes, etc…

    in reply to: Checking # links #63612

    brianatlarge
    Member

    I’m using Coda. I’ll probably try this same technique and see if it works in Coda as well.

    in reply to: Checking # links #62398

    brianatlarge
    Member

    I’m talking about a site-wide search, like if you had 15-30 pages.

    in reply to: [SOLVED] Form elements are stepping down in safari #60295

    brianatlarge
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    Really weird. I fixed it by putting in

    Code:
    fieldset p {margin: 5px 0;}

    Apparently there wasn’t enough space on the top and bottom for Safari or there were some conflicting issues with how safari was rendering something dealing with the labels. Not sure… but, it’s fixed now.

    in reply to: Safari positioning issue #59287

    brianatlarge
    Member

    Cool thanks. I didn’t think about how the relative/absolute positioning was working.

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but if you absolutely position something, it’s going to put it at exactly the position within your browser window, but if you absolutely position something inside something relatively positioned, then you’re only positioning it exactly within the relatively positioned area. Right?

    Ah… I did mean to say the stills label was going too far to the right. Just wasn’t thinking when I said left.

    in reply to: Checking accuracy of a textarea [RESOLVED] #57081

    brianatlarge
    Member

    Thanks so much!!!

    I saw the split() method on the w3c schools site, but I guess it didn’t make it clear enough that it made the array for you. This works perfectly now!

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