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  • in reply to: png hack problem #56873
    brrutzo
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    Hey Guys,

    Thanks for the MSIE hack from google code. That was a big help as it cleaned up a few issues I was having. I wanted to note what sent me searching for an answer in the first place in the hopes it may help someone else.

    I loaded the UnitPng fix a few days ago. Worked very well. Today I added the jQuery UI datepicker. It too worked very well in FF. However, when I used IE6(only version of IE I have on PC for testing), the date picker had issues. The calendar would appear, but a date could not be selected. After fiddling around for a pretty long while, I commented out the Unit PNG fix. After that the datepicker worked flawlessly.

    I am not experienced enough to suggest there is a bug or whatever in either of those 2 great tools. But to me it would appear that something from one doesn’t play nice with the other.

    Thanks again for the google fix to IE.

    Chris, keep up the great work with the site! I don’t post nearly as often as I visit.

    Thanks,
    John

    in reply to: PHP-Tricks? #47144
    brrutzo
    Member

    This is a really great site for learning PHP. http://www.phpvideotutorials.com/ You can start off from the bottom floor using the free lessons on the right hand side. Leighmac does a really great job presenting the information.

    Good luck!

    in reply to: Trouble with repeating header image #47133
    brrutzo
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    Thanks everyone, that did it.

    in reply to: combining logos and backgrounds #47123
    brrutzo
    Member

    Do you mean like the image below? The best tool to use is Adobe Photoshop. CS3 is the latest version of the software.

    To get the logo away from the surrounding white border you would use the "magic wand" tool which selects all of the white area, then choose select=>inverse then copy and paste over blue background.

    Hope this helps.

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