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04-08-2009, 02:18 AM
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Springfield, IL USA
AOL is also my ISP @LOL.
I think they're probably using some kind of backend programming ... though I can't really say. I don't know anything about Ajax except that it isn't web accessible ... meaning, it's invisible to screen readers.
FYI ... screen readers don't see anything that's inside JS at all.
Thanks for the compliments on the butterfly theme. I actually did that one for my son. It's his favorite one.
Yeah, I can post the codes for the pagination for you tomorrow some time. Is this for the MyISAM db? If so, it'll work just fine because it's what I'm using the codes in as well.
[EDIT]= sorry, I didn't answer this question ...
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..
No, I don't use anything like that at all. I write all of my code myself by hand one line at a time. I use editPad. It's the only thing I've ever used.
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