i want to make a forum.
please tell me from where i can get a working template.
i want to develop it in html.
also tell me various important aspects to cover in it.
The fact that you are asking all these questions together suggests that your knowledge is far from the level required for such a task. Also this question is far too broad for a forum like this. Your first step is to buy a book on Web Development (ASP.NET is a good start), study and learn, and then try and implement some of the things you have learnt.
I copied a file and changed its extension to an xml file which is its correct file format. I used the C++ CopyFile function. This new file is then sent to an html page that displays it as a link on a webpage. I typed the link in the address bar and it opens up just fine but as a link on a webpage, it does not. Why is that?
This is how the link is displayed on the page:
div.innerHTML = "Click to view file. <a href='C:\\DOCUME~1\\someuser\\LOCALS~1\\Temp\\tempImages\\test.xml'>'C:\\DOCUME~1\\someuser\\LOCALS~1\\Temp\\tempImages\\test.xml</a>";
Actually, I don't think it'll be just that. But you can try using an intermediary file that reads and outputs the contents of a file with a local path. Dunno how you'd do it in whatever language you're using but in PHP you do as follows:
I have a CSS drop-down menu within a top frame, and whenever I run it most of the menus are cut off, as the main (target) frame takes priority. I have tried altering the z-order priority from within the main calling html, the one that sets the frames, etc... and doesn't seem to fix the problem.
I don't think you can roll css out of it's frame. I would suggest trying a different layout than frames / a different menu. You might be able roll it over an iframe, however - you'd need to test. I've never seen it done before.
Thanks for your reply. It really needs to be a frame layout, as the main application that I'm displaying in the target (main frame) is a Java applet that I have no control over it. I am not able to write any code on the Java applet as it's generated by a different process. The only option that I have is to embed the Java applet in a HTML call, but the calling application needs to have the page to itself. hence the reason for adding a frames layout to allow me to set a menu for the embed applet.
I'm open for any ideas if you think I can achieve the same result in a different way?
Hi, I'm trying to find a working example of how to properly install a scriptable npapi plugin in firefox. My understanding is that the plugin gets packaged together with an rdf file into an .xpi package. I chose a sample xpi that's freely available on the internet, and which I can manually install without problems:
Well, only if the backbone between the countries dies. I am in AU and I run sites in the US, but I use US based hosts to do it, especially if I need high speed. Bandwidth is plain cheaper there, for a start.
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