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04-08-2009, 02:02 AM
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: New York
Originally Posted by
If you visit my site, click on the top link that says Preferences. It'll take you to the script I wrote where you can select from one of three themes. The default theme is the Chess theme.
I design a bit differently because I use PHP to create dynamic CSS so it can accept variables from POST data from my preferences script. Right now it's just shoved into the header because I did a quick fix to deal with the PHP5 update.
In my development area, it's coded differently and that'll be rolled out pretty soon. I use one CSS file for structure and then the styles are each in their own css file.
I can generally get all browsers to display the design pretty much the same way without having to add any special tweaks.
If you want to see what your site looks like in other browsers you can use totalvalidator.com and select from lots of different browsers and it'll do a screen cap and display it to you so you can see what browsers are having issues.
Most of my traffic uses FF, Opera, and IE. I have some traffic using safari, and linux though not nearly as many as the other browsers I've mentioned.
Thanks I will take a look. Perhaps I asked you this before and I apologize if I did, but do you use any GUI application to develop your sites? I use Dreamweaver and Ultraedit...
EDIT: ohhh, I like the butterfly theme.....
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@LOL. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to confuse you. I don't have an article on pagination. I meant you can visit my site and see how my pagination is done by going to a category with more than 10 listings in it.
I'd give you the codes I use on my site so you'd be able to implement them on your own site.
Ahhh ok...yeah, I thought there was an article...well if it's not too much trouble, feel free to send me your code, but it's no big deal, just whenever you have time...
I am learning so much from various members here on this site, I'm so glad I found it, I hope I can return the favor to everyone here one day....
My knowledge of PHP is "patchy", meaning that I am all over the place because I am responsible for so many things other than PHP. Such as Apache, redhat, server configuration, Cisco...so my head is all scrambled....
But I am trying my hardest to solidify my fundamentals of PHP and Redhat Linux. I believe those two go well together...
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