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  1. What exactly do you mean by "bring it all together more"? As in reduce padding, or make a border?
  2. OK, I've changed the colours a bit, but haven't got time to change the banner before, well, zzzzZZZZZZ.... Please rate the new colour scheme. For extra content, try the "Register" link or the "Login" link. You can also click 'Read More' on the homepage news articles.
  3. OK, I've asked for reviews for two previous layouts and styles, and I would have to agree that they sucked. But this time, the design looks a lot better, at least IMO. It's a COSSG site - Competitive Online Strategy Simulation Game...I think I heard it somewhere, but considering my horrible memory, I could have made it up for all I remember! Anyhoo, here's the link: [a href=\"http://amo.cheesy.ca\" target=\"_blank\"]http://amo.cheesy.ca[/a] - it shouldn't be slow loading, and if it is, I'll have to talk to my webhost...ahem, *cough*myself*cough*! And for more styles/id's from the css in effect, click on Login and press 'Submit' when you're there. You'll see the message box there too. Thanks all in advance!
  4. i think you mean how to get to the code: Just above the main design screen, click "Code". To start a PHP code block, type this: [!--PHP-Head--][div class=\'phptop\']PHP[/div][div class=\'phpmain\'][!--PHP-EHead--][span style=\"color:#0000BB\"]<?php [/span][span style=\"color:#FF8000\"]//and to end, type this: [/span][span style=\"color:#0000BB\"]?>[/span] [/span][!--PHP-Foot--][/div][!--PHP-EFoot--] if you're talking about the colouring....hope this helps: In Dreamweaver (inside a PHP code block): Predefined functions are blue Comments are orange Text in Quotes & Numbers are red Statements (if...else...for) & Booleans are green Variable Names are black Operators (+, =, -) are blue Globals(?) and Superglobals are cyan/light blue - sry cant make the colour... I think that's it...please correct me if im wrong, and if this isn't what you're looking for...sry. Hope it helps. cx409
  5. try inputting your mysql_connect(); as a variable and use it after both the after database selection and insert strings. if all else fails, use the die(mysql_error()); or simply mysql_error(); functions to find out what's wrong...however, these errors are usually impossible to understand, but you can always post back here!
  6. Are all your radio button groups and "when-clicked-on..." variables set?
  7. what exactly do you mean? If you're programming PHP, you really don't need ASP...but tell me exactly what you mean
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