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Posted 28 Jan 2012
Quotehref is ONLY for images,Isn't that correct?
No... 'a href' is for links.. it's a hyperlink reference. 'img src' is for images.
If you could explain better of what you are doing that would be grand.. I might have a chance at helping. What/where ever that link in the OP went to isn't helping me understand.
No I figured it out now, I'm supposed to be doing a PHP file.
I noticed when I was re-reading what my friend helped me type up.
Posted 28 Jan 2012You could wrap the 'a href' with a font color tag...
There is no "href" in the html code.
I want the drop down menu to go to a link and I don't want the search bar to go to a link when you try to type in it because I want it to wait till someone is finished typing!
href is ONLY for images,Isn't that correct?
Posted 23 Dec 2011So what exactly do you want to achieve your post isn't that clear.
If you want to center your whole page use the following code.
<body style="margin:0;padding:0;"> <div style="margin:0;padding:0;width:100%;height:auto;"> <div style="margin:0 auto;width: 751px;"> PUT YOUR CURRENT CODE THAT IS BETWEEN THE BODY TAGS HERE </div> </div> </body>
This works in all browsers as long as you define a correct html doc type I used XHTML.
Hope this helps.
If you wanted something else let me know I'll write some code to help.
No.. I want to center my search engine along with the color picker I'm going to be using with my search engine once i figure out how to put them together to have them work together but someone told me i have to use php codes for that,I have not yet finished learning php.
I have centered these kinds of things before in html but i can't seem to on this layout with my codes and techniques I've learned.
I want my page layout to stay where it's at.
Posted 23 Dec 2011The reason for this is two things.
1) Your whole form appears to be enclosed inside a
<a href="index.php"></a>link for some reason, this means if anyone so much as clicks the dropdown it will redirect them to index.php.
yes i do i don't understand what you mean
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