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Mac
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Intel
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PC
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Chevrolet
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HTML, CSS, Web Design

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Posts I've Made

  1. In Topic: Add GEO search so i can show relevant results

    Posted 12 Apr 2014

    Ok cool, glad you got things working :)
  2. In Topic: resize html according to screen resolution

    Posted 12 Apr 2014

    The only way to use pixels and have it be responsive is to use media queries to setup thresholds to switch sizes. The easiest solution would be to use percents, but you'll want to still make sure that you have min and max widths set or your design could get destroyed since most websites don't look great in all scenarios. Ping me if you need more help.
  3. In Topic: Add GEO search so i can show relevant results

    Posted 12 Apr 2014

    First off, @modi123_1 is right you should be able piece it together with the info provide. DIC isn't here to write your code for you but to point you in the right direction (teach a man to fish, etc). At any rate, you have the right pieces but I don't see where you are applying the lat & long values back into their respective form value attributes, or did you not include that code? Your PHP seems to be expecting a POST value of latlang (assuming you've assigned the POST array item of 'latlang' to the variable of latlang) but you are actually assigning it to a JS variable and not to the value of a form item.

    Also, if the values of lat and lon do have data from the geo method then you don't need to combine them into one. Just read them in your PHP.
    $lat = $_POST['lat'];
    $lon = $_POST['lon'];
    
    
  4. In Topic: Problem with validation of Pizza Order page.

    Posted 12 Apr 2014

    Can you clarify what "complete it" means? Specifically where it's breaking down.
  5. In Topic: an "Answered" tag or image

    Posted 12 Apr 2014

    I can see both sides of the argument, I think there should be a way for someone to say that it is solved but that doesn't keep others from adding additional comments as to whether the implementation is the best suggestion. I would love to just know (and if someone doesn't check it as solved the mods can do) from glancing at the items if it was solved or not. Nothing should preclude me from reviewing the "SOLVED" sections and telling the OP that there is a better way of accomplishing the same solution. I don't want to see DIC become StackOverflow, but I would like to be able to see whether a users problem was actually solved, not just replied to.

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Member Title:
Tired.
Age:
29 years old
Birthday:
February 3, 1985
Gender:
Location:
Wasilla, Alaska
Interests:
WISHLIST:

STEAM: http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198008108961/wishlist
AMAZON: http://amzn.com/w/1ZQR48AECMCTM

And pretty much anything from ThinkGeek. Thanks
Years Programming:
13
Programming Languages:
HTML, XML, AS2, PHP, CSS, JS

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Website URL  http://www.whitworthgallery.org
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    Lance907 Icon

    14 Dec 2012 - 17:32
    You were an excellent mentor during my internship in IT. Thanks buddy! Keep in touch.
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    skyhawk133 Icon

    11 Apr 2011 - 17:59
    How ya been man?!
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    muahugs Icon

    11 Aug 2010 - 11:20
    please help solve my problem invisual basic...thanks..
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