[PHP] Re: php forum and (almost certainly 0T) client editor

2005-06-02 Thread JB05UK
Hello, I can answer your second question... Frames can be used to achieve the effect of two seperate windows, one can refresh while the other stays as-is. For a client editor... Some javascript to add tags on the client side would be fairly simple to create, just create some custom tags for

RE: [PHP] Re: php forum and (almost certainly 0T) client editor

2005-06-01 Thread Kim Madsen
-Original Message- From: Amir Mohammad Saied [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2005 10:34 PM To: php-general@lists.php.net Subject: [PHP] Re: php forum and (almost certainly 0T) client editor For your 2nd question, try kupu http://kupu.oscom.org/ It really rocks

[PHP] Re: php forum and (almost certainly 0T) client editor

2005-05-31 Thread Amir Mohammad Saied
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[PHP] Re: PHP forum

2003-07-09 Thread David Robley
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] says... Ok some of you might not like this, others of you will know exactly what I mean, but it just reminded me so much of this forum that I am sure some of you will catch the humor in it: