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  • RE: still looks left on my computer. by "Sophia Kapterian (E-mail)" <digitek(at)cytanet.com.cy>
    the centering is not taking place in Firefox is because of specificity You have defined text align center for body div p table on the first line in your stylesheet but then overriding it with p small2 text align left Actually the rule should refer to p small without the digit 3 You should also add margin left auto margin right auto to your div because you have given it an 80 width The same goes for p small which has a 90 width 4 I would suggest getting rid of all the br and controlling the space between each section through css 4 There are also some inconsistencies in the code and it would help if you put some ground rules from the start like all elements in lowercase opening and closing tags etc I assure you it will come in handy when you will at some point move on to XHTML For some great css tutorials I would suggest signing up for westciv com s free css courses HTH Sophia Original Message From owner hwg basics at hwg org mailto owner hwg basics at hwg org On Behalf Of Diane Bourke Sent Thursday December 09 2004 8 29

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  • Re: still looks left on my computer. by Charles A Upsdell <cupsdell(at)upsdell.com>
    t had time to work on it yet either http www tein net diane joni western html http www tein net diane joni classiccar html It looks on good on ie which makes one ask how many people have firefox anyway Why would you expect the content to be centred You have not done anything to ensure that it will be Perhaps you think that this might do it div style text align center width 80 I assume that you are trying to put everything in a block which takes up 80 of the width of the page This might work in IE but only because IE gets it wrong Check the specs to see how to centre a div when using a standards compliant browser hint margin left auto margin right auto Also don t expect an image within a centred paragraph to be centered within the paragraph if there is any content to the left or right of the image You d have to make sure the image is on a separate line or in a separate centred paragraph What I think you expect to happen does not even happen in IE if you have a very wide

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  • by "Valerie Elliott" <velliott(at)sprynet.com>
    because its content type is text plain which is not currently supported by this service The Content Type field is sent by your web server or web browser if you use the file upload interface and depends on its configuration My question is How do I cause my web browser which is Internet Explorer 6 0 to send text html instead of text plain as the content type for my

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  • RE: XHTML Validation by "Sophia Kapterian (E-mail)" <digitek(at)cytanet.com.cy>
    around in several forums I came upon this thread Perhaps messages 4 and 6 will help clarify the problem http www insidedhtml com forums viewConverse asp d id 15995 Regards Sophia Original Message From owner hwg basics at hwg org mailto owner hwg basics at hwg org On Behalf Of Valerie Elliott Sent Saturday December 25 2004 9 02 PM To HWG Post Message Subject Hello I am trying to validate an XHTML 1 0 document on the W3C Markup Validation Service I want to use the File Upload Interface When I try to do this I receive the following error message Sorry I am unable to validate this document because its content type is text plain which is not currently supported by this service The Content Type field is sent by your web server or web browser if you use the file upload interface and depends on its configuration My question is How do I cause my web browser which is Internet Explorer 6 0 to send text html instead of text plain as the content type for my document Here is the beginning of my XHTML document xml version 1 0 encoding ISO 8859 1 DOCTYPE html PUBLIC

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  • RE: Software for Locking/Hiding HTML by Brian V Bonini <b-bonini(at)cox.net>
    wrote Hello I am not sure if I have seen this app on this list so thought I would pass along An article came into my mailbox that introduced the ability to hide the source code of your pages I have never used it so do not know how well it works But am passing along the web address if you wish to check it out http www atrise com htmlock Oh it works just fine Hit on http www atrise com htmlock lockedsrc html and you get a copy of yahoo com that cannot view source Buuut it uses an XOR encryption which with modern CPU speeds oughn t be too tough to brute force decrypt Encrypted does not mean protected Buuuuuuut and this is the kicker The source code for various browsers is available I THINK a coder could modify the JS engine to output a separate file that is the HTML it renders Remember the client cannot render encrypted HTML only HTML I think this idea is true I d appreciate it if a real coder could confirm deny this But if not doable brute force works anyway There re a few articles available via groups google

    Original URL path: http://archives.hwg.org/hwg-basics/1041601737.2773.4.camel@gfxdesign (2016-02-13)
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  • Re: Software for Locking/Hiding HTML by "seecurb" <seecurb(at)naspa.net>
    Nagy Jr pagan prince at bigfire hsv org To hwg basics at hwg org Sent Friday January 03 2003 11 16 AM Subject Re Software for Locking Hiding HTML Nigel Peck MIS Web Design wrote The moral of the story is if you don t won t people to see your code don t put it on a public Web site Nigel MIS Web Design http www miswebdesign com snip

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  • Server Side Includes by "Beauford.2002" <beauford.2002(at)rogers.com>
    trying to get include file xxxxx html to work with no luck I am running Apache on Slackware Linux Do I have to enable SSI in Apache and if so how would I check to see if they are or arn t or is there something else I am missing This seems to simple to be having problems with I have created the simplest of files below as test files

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  • Re: Server Side Includes by "Sandy" <wallama(at)eskimo.com>
    Beauford 2002 beauford 2002 at rogers com HWG Basics hwg basics at hwg org References p1 todo View Thread Original For the include file include virtual menu2 inc And the page you are using it on should have the SHTML extension I create the file in notepad and be sure to save it with the INC extension Sandy Stillwell http www pnwwebdesign com Hi I m just playing around here

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