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I'm editing my website right now and I need to know some HTML codes. In frameset frame, how to disable the vertical slide bar? I don't remember the tag for it, I've tried noscroll, but didn't work. I need to know it. Thanks!

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<iframe scrolling="no"></iframe>

<frameset cols = "10%, 15%,*">
<frame src ="a.htm" scrolling="no"/>
<frame src ="b.htm" scrolling="yes"/>
<frame src ="c.htm" scrolling="auto"/>
</frameset>



you should definitely try www.w3schools.com when you need something related to web development ;)

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thanks!

while i'm not a graphic designer myself, so i can't come up with any sugestions, if you are serious about the site, there are online freelancer webs, where you can hire experts in various it/programming/graphics (or almost anything related to computers) via a web interface, that can help you with your job.

there was rent-a-coder once in a while, i don't know if it's still up.

you can also try making the artwork yourself. with a few hours of photoshop tutorials (freely available on the net) and a tiny amount of imagination, you can come up with something pretty decent for a logo.

the only thing i can really recommend you at the moment (though a bit offtopic :P), is to get a free good hosting, prefferably with server-side scripting. have the smallest amount of visitors, and paff! your site is out for a while from geocities, due to bandwidth restrictions. zephyrhosting.net have great packages for free, if you can explain the guys what you are going to do on your site. they're also ad-free, and have a ton of space!

later edit: i see no "1". i use opera 8.51

izua

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I use Mozilla Firefox, I was told it was better than IE.
That's purely opinion, not any sort of actual fact.

One thing to keep in mind however is that the majority of your visitors (assuming you ever get any) will probably be using Internet Explorer, so you should test in it as well.

Also... why are you using the frameset? It's not really serving any purpose as-is.

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I use Mozilla Firefox, I was told it was better than IE.
That's purely opinion, not any sort of actual fact.

One thing to keep in mind however is that the majority of your visitors (assuming you ever get any) will probably be using Internet Explorer, so you should test in it as well.

Also... why are you using the frameset? It's not really serving any purpose as-is.


I though I make a new site on the site that izua recommended.
Save the old geocities site, make it ready as well.

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By the way, I have this number '1'
at the end of every page.
Do you see it? What can it be?



Usually this is a problem with the server side language you are using. I remember I had this on my page on two ocassions while using PHP:

1.) I tried to echo a boolean value, which, when true, echo'ed 1.

2.) I had something like:

function dothis(){
print "Hey";
}

print dothis();


This, again, became like the first case because print() returns true and I tried to print() it again which made it show a 1.

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By the way, I have this number '1'
at the end of every page.
Do you see it? What can it be?



Usually this is a problem with the server side language you are using. I remember I had this on my page on two ocassions while using PHP:

1.) I tried to echo a boolean value, which, when true, echo'ed 1.

2.) I had something like:

function dothis(){
print "Hey";
}

print dothis();


This, again, became like the first case because print() returns true and I tried to print() it again which made it show a 1.

Ok.

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while i'm not a graphic designer myself, so i can't come up with any sugestions, if you are serious about the site, there are online freelancer webs, where you can hire experts in various it/programming/graphics (or almost anything related to computers) via a web interface, that can help you with your job.

there was rent-a-coder once in a while, i don't know if it's still up.

I want to code myself.

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you can also try making the artwork yourself. with a few hours of photoshop tutorials (freely available on the net) and a tiny amount of imagination, you can come up with something pretty decent for a logo.


Can you list all Graphic Editors?
I know PhotoShop Elements as one of them.
There's two series of editors right?:
"PaintShop Pro" and "Photo Shop"
Am I right?
They're better than MS Paint i guess.

[Edited by - programering on October 24, 2006 8:53:44 AM]

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I just logged into yahoo.geocities, I wanted to make it right, but they have changed the design and I couldn't find any way to come to my file manager.
So I have decided to let that go and just sign up a new site at zephyrhosting.net
and make it there.

BTW, WTF is Kazgoroth.

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I visited zephyrhosting.net and saw that you have to pay for registering.
It was such kind of things I needed PayPal for, so I can't right now.
That's just too bad cos I want to edit my site now.
But I think I'll start it over on my USB instead cos now I know how it shall be.
So I just can upload it all later.

I just have to call my mom about my Visa credit card number first and sign up for PayPal first the registering at zephyrhosting.net.

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Can you list all Graphic Editors?
I know PhotoShop Elements as one of them.
If you want something free you could try either Paint.NET or GIMPShop (GIMP with a Photoshop-like interface).


Quote:
BTW, WTF is Kazgoroth.
If you're asking where I got my username, it's from an old series of Forgotten Realms books called The Moonshae Trilogy.

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Can you list all Graphic Editors?
I know PhotoShop Elements as one of them.
If you want something free you could try either Paint.NET or GIMPShop (GIMP with a Photoshop-like interface).

Thanks for the info.

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Quote:
BTW, WTF is Kazgoroth.
If you're asking where I got my username, it's from an old series of Forgotten Realms books called The Moonshae Trilogy.

That was a joke, your avatar say WTF (What The F*ck)
and I used it for (Who The F*ck).

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I have problem with CSS, it doesn't work.
Index and Default is in the same directory
and the link should appear red, green on hover,
blue if pressed and white if visited.
But the it appear purple with underline,
no change on hover and red if pressed.

Index.html

<Html>
<Head>
<Title>programering's site. Choose version</Title>
</Head>
<Link Rel="Stylesheet" Type="Text/Css" Href="Default.css"/>
<Body Text=#ffffff>


<A Href="Old/Index.html">gygyigyilgyi</A>

dhhdhdhdhd
hd
hdhd
hd
hdhtds
htdhds
h
hd
hdhds
hdt

dh
hdhds

ds
ssttttttttttt

</Body>
</Html>



Default.css

Body
{
Background-Color:Black
}
A
{
Font-Weight:Bold;
Font-Color:Red
}
A:Link
{
Font-Weight:Bold;
Font-Color:Red
}
A:Hover
{
Font-Weight:Bold;
Font-Color:Green
}
A:Active
{
Font-Weight:Bold;
Font-Color:Blue
}
A:Visited
{
Font-Weight:Bold;
Font-Color:White
}



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dunno if this is an issue, but all of your HTML tags should be lowercase only. <body> is correct, <Body> is not. Likewise :visited, :hover, font-weight, etc.

You can use caps in class names and IDs, but really shouldn't, if possible.

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dunno if this is an issue, but all of your HTML tags should be lowercase only. <body> is correct, <Body> is not. Likewise :visited, :hover, font-weight, etc.

You can use caps in class names and IDs, but really shouldn't, if possible.


I don't think it is that.

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I think it is. HTML parsers can handle a bit of weird capitalisation. CSS will not (on purpose). Convert everything to lowercase and try again.

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1. Alhough HTML parsers might accept caps in tags for backward compatibility, you should never use caps for CSS properties.

2. Your <link> tag is after your head tag closes and before your body tag opens. There is nothing in between head and body, so put the <link> inside your head.

3. Most improtantly, even with all these flaws, Firefox at least, would still be kind enough to display everything correctly if you use the correct properties. There is no such thing as font-color. Just color.
color: red;

PS: As i said, caps wern't your problem here, but you should make everything lowercase anyway. Caps kill kittens.

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