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About Hazukiy

  • Birthday 11/16/1994

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    CSS3, HTML, any kind of web scripting and PHP. Also currently getting into visual studio.
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  1. Ah ok and apart from that, would you say that all the datatypes are correctish?
  2. Hi, I'm currently trying to get my database for my website to work but at the moment I'm having a lot of issues with the new version? Basically I'm trying to create a simple registration table setup which includes: - user_id - firstname - lastname - username - email - password And the problem is that when I put them all in, set the Index's and the data types, it comes up with a message saying: "This is not a number"? I have no idea why it keeps coming up with this, any ideas? Here's what it looks like at the moment http://i.imgur.com/faOXjrs.png Thanks.
  3. Ah ok, np. Thanks for the help, it works well now.
  4. Thanks a lot for sharing ^^ Yeah this does look a lot more simple, I might give this a try Thanks.
  5. Ok so basically when I hover over the picture, the overlay does appear but when I hover over the P and H2 within the overlay it spazs out. Basically it thinks that the mouse is going out of the overlay because the H2 and P isn't added. I'm not sure how I would fix this, I've tried adding it to the code but it doesn't work. I've added the site to a sub domain if you wonna check it out. Thanks http://lucienorris.comze.com/
  6. Hi, sorry to reopen the post again but I've found an issue that I can't seem to quite get my head around? I understand the code above and I've tried all kinds of methods for this problem. Basically when I hover over the image, everything works perfect apart from the text in that overlay, for some reason when I hover over the text it thinks that I'm hovering out of the overlay and starts to spaz out. I've tried adding the H2 and P into the code but it doesn't work for me, so I guess what I'm trying to say is how would I make it so that it doesn't spaz out every time I hover over the text in the overlay? Thanks. Here's the current CSS for the photo-overlay, H2 & P: .photo-overlay { display: none; position: absolute; left: 0; top: 0; padding: 15px; width: 427px; cursor: pointer; } .photo-overlay h2 { color: #b91133; font-size: 60px; font-family: Edwardian Script ITC; } .photo-overlay p { line-height: 21px; color: #FFF; font-size: 20px; } Here's the HTML photo layout: <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt1.jpg" alt="photo1"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Frog</h2><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div> </li> And here's the Javascript, which is the same: <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready( function() { $('div.photo-overlay').css({'display':'none'}); $('div.preview img').css({'opacity':'1'}); $('div.preview').hover( function () { $(this).next('.photo-overlay').css({'display':'block'}); $(this).find('img').css({'opacity':'0.6'}); }, function () { $(this).next('.photo-overlay').css({'display':'none'}); $(this).find('img').css({'opacity':'1'}); } ); }); </script>
  7. Ahhhhh I see and yeah sorry about the complete mess, I never program like that at all but I was in a rush so xD Thanks for your help
  8. Hi, I'm trying to make a picture gallery website for my friend and the way that I wanted it work is so when you hover over a picture it shows a overlay that displays the title of the picture and some information about it. I'm currently having some issues with the jQuery as I want it so when you hover over a certain picture it only displays that overlay but atm it displays all of them which isn't how I want it to work, I would only like the certain picture that you hover over to show the overlay. Thank you. Here's the HTML code: <div id="photo-container"> <ul id="photo-col-1" style="float: left; width: 457px"> <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt1.jpg" alt="photo1" id="post-1"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Frog</h2><div class="photo-details"><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div></div> </li> <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt2.jpg" alt="photo2" id="post-2"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Fast Traffic</h2><div class="photo-details"><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div></div> </li> <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt3.jpg" alt="photo3" id="post-3"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Leaf</h2><div class="photo-details"><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div></div> </li> <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt4.jpg" alt="photo4" id="post-4"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Sky</h2><div class="photo-details"><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div></div> </li> </ul> <ul id="photo-col-2" style="float: left; width: 457px"> <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt5.jpg" alt="photo5" id="post-5"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Landscape</h2><div class="photo-details"><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div></div> </li> <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt6.jpg" alt="photo6" id="post-6"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Sun</h2><div class="photo-details"><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div></div> </li> <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt7.jpg" alt="photo7" id="post-7"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Stream</h2><div class="photo-details"><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div></div> </li> <li class="photo-col"> <div class="preview"><img src="images/gallery/pt8.jpg" alt="photo8" id="post-8"></div> <div class="photo-overlay"><h2>Tree</h2><div class="photo-details"><p>Information about the photo goes here.</p></div></div> </li> </ul> </div> Here's the jQuery: <script type="text/javascript"> <!--PhotoPopOut Script by Luke Harvey--> $(document).ready( function() { $('#post-1').mouseover( function() { loadloginPopup(); }); $('#post-1').mouseout( function() { unloadloginPopup(); }); function loadloginPopup() { $(".photo-overlay").css({ "display": "block" }); $(".preview img").css({ "opacity": "0.6" }); function unloadloginPopup() { $(".photo-overlay").css({ "display": "none" }); $(".preview img").css({ "opacity": "1" }); } } }); </script> Here's what it looks like when you hover over the pictures: Please excuse anything that might seem 'dumb', I've just returned back to web development and I've forgotten a lot of things
  9. Thanks, I don't know if it worked as I changed it to IE 11 (The IE version I have) and it didn't seem to work but I've added it anyway.
  10. O nice but could I have a script inside of that instead that would redirect a person to another html document? Using the document.location.href method?
  11. And as I stated this is a 3 page website and the IE version that the college has doesn't seem to like percentages in widths and height which I use, weather it's an effective method or not I'm just wondering if there's a way to BLOCK users from being able to access the website with the application Internet Explorer. And please note this is an assignment which means I don't have time to write another CSS document just so it can run in a browser that I don't even use.
  12. Hi, I'm creating a website for my college course as part of an assignment. Blocking IE isn't part of the assignment but my CSS document has percentages and for some reason the college uses a really old IE version so it completely messes up the website. What I was hoping to do is make it so all versions under and equal to 10 are blocked; IE 11 works well with my website. So overall I need a method of blocking IE version 10 and under without using PHP or .HTACCESS. What I need it to do is when the person requests the website with IE 10 and under that it returns a document named "reject.html" otherwise have it return index.html. I've done something like this last year with javascript but for some reason it's not working now? Please note that this isn't going to be a full blown website it's just a 3 page website but in order for the lectures to mark it correctly it must be on the correct browser. Help will be much appreciated. Here are the methods that I've tried so far. <script> /*@cc_on @if (@_jscript_version > 10) document.location.href = "reject.html"; @elif (@_jscript_version == 10) document.location.href = "index.html"; @elif (@_jscript_version == 9) document.location.href = "reject.html"; @elif (@_jscript_version == 5. document.location.href = "reject.html"; @elif (@_jscript_version == 5.7 && window.XMLHttpRequest) document.location.href = "reject.html"; @elif (@_jscript_version == 5.6 || (@_jscript_version == 5.7 && !window.XMLHttpRequest)) document.location.href = "reject.html"; @elif (@_jscript_version == 5.5) document.location.href = "reject.html"; @elif (@_jscript_version < 5.5) document.location.href = "reject.html"; @else document.location.href = "index.html"; @end @*/ </script> And <script language="javascript"> <!-- if (navigator.appName == "Microsoft Internet Explorer") { document.location = "reject.html"; } // --> </script>
  13. Thanks very much
  14. Hi, I just have a quick question to ask which I can't find an answer to. Is there a way to set a session time for the "start_session" because everytime I log in, it doesn't keep my session for that long when I then access the page again later. Help is appreciated
  15. Hi, I'm trying to make it so when the whomever enters invalid information into the form, it'll return the error WHICH IT DOES but it also refreshes the page. Now this is a problem for me because the register form is slides down but only when the user presses the 'Register' button. Help will be much appreciated Problem: The pages refreshes when user submits the form and the form returns an error. How it should work: When an error occurs, the page doesn't refresh and should stay where it is and just return an error. The Register Script: <div id="register-container"> <div id="register-wrapper"> <form action="" method="post" name="register_form" id="register_form"> <table border="0" id="table-register"> <th colspan="2"> <h1 class="frm-header-style">Register</h1> <?php if( !(isset( $_POST['register'] ) ) ) { ?> <?php } else { $usr = new Users; $usr->storeFormValues( $_POST ); $errorMessage = ""; $error = false; $username = $_POST['username']; $email = $_POST['email']; $password = $_POST['password']; $cpassword = $_POST['cpassword']; if( strlen($username) < 6 ) { $errorMessage .= "<li class='error'>Username must be more than 6 characters long.</li>"; $error = true; } elseif( strlen($email) < 5 ) { $errorMessage .= "<li class='error'>Email is too short.</li>"; $error = true; } elseif( strlen($password) < 5 ) { $errorMessage .= "<li class='error'>Password must be more than 5 characters long.</li>"; $error = true; } elseif( $password != $cpassword ) { $errorMessage .= "<li class='error'>Password and Confirm password not match.</li>"; $error = true; } elseif(!preg_match('/^[a-zA-Z0-9]{5,}$/', $username)) { $errorMessage .= "<li class='error'>Username can only contain letters & numbers.</li>"; $error = true; } elseif(!preg_match('/^[_A-z0-9-]+((\.|\+)[_A-z0-9-]+)*@[A-z0-9-]+(\.[A-z0-9-]+)*(\.[A-z]{2,4})$/', $email)) { $errorMessage .= "<li class='error'>Email is invalid.</li>"; $error = true; } else { echo $usr->register( $_POST ); $error = false; } if($error) { echo($errorMessage); } } ?> </th> <tr> <td> <p class="frm-text-style">Username:</p> </td> <td> <input type="text" name="username" id="username" class="frm-style" required/> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <p class="frm-text-style">Email:</p> </td> <td> <input type="text" name="email" id="email" class="frm-style" required/> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <p class="frm-text-style">Password:</p> </td> <td> <input type="password" name="password" id="password" class="frm-style" required/> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <p class="frm-text-style">Retype Password:</p> </td> <td> <input type="password" name="cpassword" id="cpassword" class="frm-style" required/> </td> </tr> <tr> <th colspan="2"> <input class="frm-submit-register" name="register" type="submit" value="Submit" /> <input class="frm-submit-close" name="close" id="close-register" type="button" value="Close" /> <th> </tr> </table> </form> </div> </div>
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