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    I used JEdit (http://jedit.org/) - based on java,...

    I used JEdit - based on java, quite good. For smaller projects is JEdit quite enough. Lately I started using Eclipse - based on java again, more sophisticated than JEdit. It has a slightly...
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    Thank you guys for fast reply. I know...

    Thank you guys for fast reply.



    I know that these two ports are used, but I can connect to any other ftp server with no problem - so I don't think firewall should be the problem. This ftp is...
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    microsoft ftp problem

    Hi guys,

    I use Suse linux and until now everything works fine. Today I received a message from my job, that new project is on ftp server server.com (I also received username and password). But...
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    If you want to block access to some site from...

    If you want to block access to some site from your computer, you can do it in file called hosts. It should be placed in c:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\etc\ and it should contain something like 127.0.0.1...
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    Problem is solved! Apache configuration was...

    Problem is solved!

    Apache configuration was right, there was a mistake in the redirection I set at my registrar pages.

    But thank you all for your answers anyway.
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    apache and subdomain

    Hi all!

    I and my friends bought a domain called lazyheads.com. The domain is forwarded to our home computer using our home IP address. We would like to use a subdomain called skeleti so the...
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    Hi, do you need something like this...

    Hi, do you need something like this ? This is only an example and it could be written much nicer - external css, external js...
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    Thank you for answer! I've tried it from...

    Thank you for answer!



    I've tried it from my desktop and from my server. I have WXP installed on my desktop and on server there is a slackware. But I haven't tried it from completle another...
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    Thank you for your answers. So to make it clear...

    Thank you for your answers. So to make it clear to myself:



    So the server is not well configurated, right?



    Yes, it seems like this is a problem. Other thing is, that it really looks...
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    few hosting questions

    Hi all!

    I'm working on a web site for my client. Unfortunately, my client has already paid for a web hosting and I have several problems with them. So maybe somebody can help.

    1. How is it...
  11. Thread: RSS Coding

    by sun7dots
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    Is this...

    Is this helpfull?
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    sec_ware - Yes you are absolutly right and I'm a...

    sec_ware - Yes you are absolutly right and I'm a complete idiot;). That was a huge mistake to call class with http:). Sorry guys for bothering you, but I have always the biggest problems with these...
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    Thank you for your answer. I think I can be...

    Thank you for your answer.

    I think I can be almost 100% sure, that my requires are done in right order. Because if required files has extension .inc everything works fine. But when I change this...
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    php5 calling class problem

    Hi guys,

    I have a strange problem. I use several classes like user.inc, db.inc etc. For security reasons I've changed the names to user.php, db.php etc. Problem is, that now the script doesn't...
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    Have you looked here?...

    Have you looked here? http://cz.php.net/manual/en/ref.zip.php
  16. Thread: mod_rewrite

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    Thank you very much. Great info:)

    Thank you very much. Great info:)
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    Not sure (I don't use IE) but I don't think this...

    Not sure (I don't use IE) but I don't think this is css and sp2 problem. There is something about active content and afaik css is not active content. So problem is probably elsewhere...
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    Great it works! Thank you very much. But one...

    Great it works! Thank you very much. But one question: Is it safe, to have this mod_proxy enabled?
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    mod_rewrite

    Hi all!

    I've played with mod_rewrite and I have question: I have this syntax in .htaccess


    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteRule ^skeleti/lidi/(.*)\.htm$ http://mama.ath.cx/skeleti/lidi.php?kdo=$1...
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    SP2 blocking some CSS? I don't think so... Could...

    SP2 blocking some CSS? I don't think so... Could you please tell me what exactly is SP2 blocking?
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    wedjarl: I don't think this could be the problem,...

    wedjarl: I don't think this could be the problem, afaik although IE has problems with png, it is problem with rendering .png alfa channel. So this could cause malfunction of transparency, but not of...
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    soda: Of course you can, see this example...

    soda: Of course you can, see this example at wellstyled.com.

    kurt_der_koenig: Yes you are not done, but your code is messy. As xmaddness said, tag soup doesn't always work well with css. Take a...
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    Would you like to have a browser that downloads...

    Would you like to have a browser that downloads and installs files without asking you?
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    stupid ie

    Yes that's problem of ie. Stupid IE is wrong in html so IE interprets height='' as min-height=''. In opera or mozilla height works fine. I'm not sure, but overflow:hidden; may help... But I'm really...
  25. I should be faster:) But good for you, you have...

    I should be faster:) But good for you, you have found it yourself!
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