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  1. Thanks again guys.

    RPM: that worked for a few things, but made some more problem.


    What I did was broke down and re-sliced everything again. I made the slice for the login right where the form starts so I didn't need to pad it any more.

    Take a look at the code if you want. Thanks for the help!

  2. Thank you. I put those in, but now it made spaces where there weren't any before. And the login area is still messed up.

    Any other ideas?

  3. Hey all,
    I'm re-designing one of my sites (www.syracusebands.net)

    I have the new design at http://syracusebands.net/new/temp.html

    IE looks fine (Like how I want it to look) But FF is all messed up.

    I'm sure it is something simple, but I'm just missing it.

    CSS is here: http://syracusebands.net/new/css/style.css

  4. - Add border:dashed #FF99CC; (Or whatever color you used) to get your border.
    - Put a background color of white in your container.
    - Add background-color:inherit; in a, div#navigation, div#extra, div#content

    Check here for your CSS validation: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.PaigeJohnston.com%2Fcss%2Fmysite.css&usermedium=all

    A little hint: if you have the div id's set up in your HTML you only have to put #divid in your CSS (#content) for example.

    Looking good so far!

  5. With divs you can easily style them with css, they are also a lot lighter (less scripting) which makes your page load faster. With tables there is a lot more code then is needed, also with images and tables, there has been a lot of spacing and padding problems.

    See what you can do with css and divs and trying to make a tableless layout.

  6. I use MD5 hashing for my passwords

    $password = "pass";

    $md5_pass = md5($password); (insert this into your database)

    After your user goes through the login convert the inputed password to md5 (like above) and query your database with it. (SELECT * FROM users where username = $username AND password = $md5_pass)

    Something like that.

    Hope that helped,
  7. Thanks guys I will try that out. Here is my query if that helps any.

    [code]$query = "SELECT users.userid, users.name, profile.type, profile.url, profile.url_description, profile.image, profile.image_description,
    profile.mp3 FROM users INNER JOIN profile on (users.userid = profile.userid) ORDER BY users.name ASC";[/code]

  8. 1. Sorry for the kinda stupid question, but I have been coding all weekend and I can't really think very well any more...so here it goes.

    I have a database of users that I want an alphabetically separated list of...



    and so on...

    What would the best thing to do this with? I was thinking with an array of 0-Z and seeing if the name of the user falls under it, but I don't know.

    Any ideas?

  9. You can easily convert your site to css. Just do a search in google for css tableless layout or something like that. Also CSS samples and examples. You should find tons of stuff to help you out.

  10. My initial feeling of the site was pretty good, I like your design and the colors that you used.

    - Seems good to me

    - What's with the bad background images, they just look messy. Just put a heading on each of the sections to say whos work they are.
    - Very messed up in FireFox (footer)

    - I don't know...I wouldn't call that art

    Cartoon Database:
    - It looks like a totally different site. Try and skin your forum so that it looks like your regular site

    Circle Question:
    - Looks fine

    Ye Olde News:
    - Why don't you make your own news script?

    It is a good start but there is still a lot of work that needs to be done. Stick with your main design and bring that through to the other parts of your site.

  11. Not too bad, your background kinda bothers my eyes if I look at it for more then a few seconds. Your gallery and flash links go to a 404 page. Try and make your forum look a little more like your site.

  12. I know this doesn't have anything to do with PHP at all, but I was just wondering what you all do for a living, if it has to do with php or no. Also what other technologies you work with.

    I guess I'll start :)

    I work full time at a local distribution company as a System Manager, handling all of the IT business.

    Some things that I deal with on an every day basis is AIX, VB, Prophet 21, Excel, Access, Word, and I also work on their website occasionally. I also all of the networking/hardware stuff too. Plus whatever else happens to come up.

    And when I get home I have my own web design/computer consulting business that keeps me fairly busy.

    What do you do?

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