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  • Re: validating &153; (TM) by Timothy Luoma <luomat(at)operamail.com>
    MarkUp html3 latin1 html but it doesn t really appear to be a complete list of everything that is available unless those are the only ones actually accepted In any case thanks You re welcome I compiled that list from several sources after being completely annoyed at the lack of a comprehensive or at least really extensive listing in an easy reference format W3C was the major source material yes Oh and if you think code references are hard to come by try getting an official list of the colors hex rgb I made a listing at http tntluoma com sidebars triplecolors based on http www w3 org TR css3 color which refers to X11COLORS Robert B Hess Colors By Name MSDN Online Web Workshop 02 November 1996 URL http msdn microsoft com workshop design color x11 names asp BUT don t try to follow that URL because it s 404 Microsoft just loves to move stuff around all the time The new URL is http msdn microsoft com library en us dnwebgen html X11 names asp but when you go there notice that it says The table below provides a list of the X11 colors supported by Microsoft Internet

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  • Re: Images not showing up by "Sola Kate" <kate(at)solamentekate.com>
    does anyone know if it matters that they are png format Normally jpg and gifs are used Kate Connecticut Original Message From Art Zoller Wagner art at zollerwagner com To r bhaskar at compserv gla ac uk hwg basics at hwg org Sent Friday January 24 2003 11 55 AM Subject Re Images not showing up Hi I m not seeing the images in IE6 I think your import may

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  • Re: Images not showing up by "Art Zoller Wagner" <art(at)zollerwagner.com>
    Date Mon 27 Jan 2003 05 28 07 0500 To r bhaskar at compserv gla ac uk Sola Kate kate at solamentekate com Cc hwg basics at hwg org References localhost todo View Thread Original Raj Have you run into

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  • Tables question. by "Beauford.2002" <beauford.2002(at)rogers.com>
    Thread Original Hi This may be outside the scope of HTML but I ll post it anyway and maybe someone can point me in the right direction if it is not I have a guestbook and the entries are in a table but I want to have it so every second entry is the opposite colour i e white on black then black on white or something like that I

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  • Fw: Tables question. by "Art Zoller Wagner" <art(at)zollerwagner.com>
    the colours out later Is this possible with just HTML or would I need to use some kind of style sheet or something else altogether Beauford quote Did you want this to format itself automatically or are you going to do each row by hand If it s done automatically I can imagine creating a little script that assigns one of two css classes to alternating rows I m not

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  • Re: validating a form that uses javascript by "Art Zoller Wagner" <art(at)zollerwagner.com>
    least three different ways you can identify a form window document FORMNAME window document forms FORMNAME window document forms i where i is the index of the forms array Thus if you want to avoid the name attribute and if you have just one form I think you could use window document forms 0 Let us know if this validates It should A good reference for this kind of question

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  • Re: Tables question. by "Beauford.2002" <beauford.2002(at)rogers.com>
    automatic as I don t know how many entries there are going to be Original Message From Art Zoller Wagner art at zollerwagner com To hwg basics at hwg org Beauford 2002 beauford 2002 at rogers com Sent Monday February 03 2003 8 06 PM Subject Fw Tables question Hi Beauford quote I have a guestbook and the entries are in a table but I want to have it so every second entry is the opposite colour i e white on black then black on white or something like that I ll figure the colours out later Is this possible with just HTML or would I need to use some kind of style sheet or something else altogether Beauford quote Did you want this to format itself automatically or are you going to do each row by hand If it s done automatically I can imagine creating a little script that assigns one of two css classes to alternating rows I m not sure but I would tend to apply the classes to the td and not the tr tags If I was doing it by hand I d do the same thing use css with two alternating class for

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  • Re: Tables question. by "Art Zoller Wagner" <art(at)zollerwagner.com>
    zollerwagner com Date Mon 3 Feb 2003 21 10 52 0500 To Beauford 2002 beauford 2002 at rogers com hwg basics at hwg org References markone p1 todo View Thread Original Hi Please tell us what kind of scripting you re using for your guest book and how you re doing that I get the sense that you may be using a script someone else has written If so you

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