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avatarJacorre about 10 years ago

Think you should add a note that this is not the actual size of a real business card!

avatarJacorre about 10 years ago

Would be nice to show all methods of setting a width to a table within Dreamweaver.

avatarJacorre about 10 years ago

Would be nice to show all methods of inserting an image within Dreamweaver.

avatarJacorre over 10 years ago

I get the following when clicking on this tutorial:

Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /home/jaspercc/domains/codingcity.net/public_html/sources/ipsclass.php on line 5643

avatarJacorre over 10 years ago
Original Tutorial: Vector wave music backgound

Looks very similar to NDesign-Studio's tutorial for an abstract background found at http://www.ndesign-studio.com/resources/tutorials/abstract-background/.

avatarJacorre over 10 years ago
Original Tutorial: Mouse follower

Problem loading page...

avatarJacorre over 10 years ago
Original Tutorial: AJAX basics tutorial

I get the following when trying to access this tutorial:

Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /home/jaspercc/domains/codingcity.net/public_html/sources/ipsclass.php on line 5643

avatarJacorre over 10 years ago
Original Tutorial: Stacking Text with CSS

Oops didn't notice the left and top settings were still in the text-bottom css. You can remove those two lines since they aren't needed.

avatarJacorre over 10 years ago
Original Tutorial: Stacking Text with CSS

Only problem with this is that they are positioned based on the page itself. If you want to use this technique for the headings of a page that contain content the content will appear right under the text. Here's another way to do it that will give more control:

The CSS would be:

text-top {

color:#099;
position:absolute;
left:-2px;
top:-2px;
font-size:36px;
font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;

}

text-bottom {

color:#CCC;
position:relative;
left:12px;
top:12px;
font-size:36px;
font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;

}

The HTML:

<div id="text-bottom">Stacking Text <div id="text-top">Stacking Text</div> </div>

avatarJacorre over 10 years ago
Original Tutorial: CSS Background Rollover

Thanks for pointing that out Zach! Do you know if Safari on Windows renders exactly like it does on Mac? If it does, that would help me out a lot when testing since I don't have a Mac!