Re: [WSG] Help IE

2007-11-10 Thread Adam Martin
Hi Bob, Can't help you with ie6 but thought I would let you know that it seems to be fine in IE7. Cheers Adam Bob Schwartz wrote: I have a site in progress that is currently pixel perfect in all real browsers, it's all over the screen in IE 6 (don't yet know about IE7). I have spent hours

Re: [WSG] Input tag - closing tag optional?

2007-11-20 Thread Adam Martin
This is the reason why i made the move to XHTML - it is much more structured in my opinion. And these sort of issues don't arise. Adam. On Nov 21, 2007 3:12 PM, David Hucklesby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Trying to help a friend with their form markup, I suggested they look up the W3C

Re: [WSG] question about max-width's behaviour

2007-11-21 Thread Adam Martin
What are you putting the max-width declaration on? a div for example? adam On Nov 22, 2007 9:17 AM, Tee G. Peng [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I thought max-width tells the browser: This is the limit of the width you can expand, regardless how big the screen is. But my testing shows that, with a

Re: [WSG] Disabling Fonts in Font Stacks

2007-11-28 Thread Adam Martin
Hi James, I am not sure if it is possible to do what you want. However, I am not sure if it would achieve much either... as at the end of the day the user can control the size of the fonts themselves. You should try and ensure that your site scales nicely regardless of font size. What I do is

Re: [WSG] CMS and site design

2007-12-03 Thread Adam Martin
Hi Lyn, I have worked with Joomla! quite a bit - and do be honest I am not a great fan. It is quite powerful in what you can do with it. Too answer your question you are not limited in your design, however there is a bit of a learning curve when it comes to Joomla! Also, you do not do your design

Re: [WSG] Opera files antitrust against MS: standards one part

2007-12-13 Thread Adam Martin
drivers are the responsibility of the vendors. As is the ability of running other software. Vista is essentially a framework for software developers - it is there responsibility to ensure it works - not Microsofts. On Dec 14, 2007 11:01 AM, dwain [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 12/13/07, Gav...

Re: [WSG] CSS Image issue with buttons

2007-12-16 Thread Adam Martin
where in the folder structure is the css file? On Dec 17, 2007 10:44 AM, krugonN [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 16, 2007 9:21 PM, Michael Horowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Adding to my issues I put a image on the server that I want to show up on my buttons but it isn't appearing. Here

Re: [WSG] CSS Image issue with buttons

2007-12-16 Thread Adam Martin
try url(../images/atom.gif) On Dec 17, 2007 10:44 AM, krugonN [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 16, 2007 9:21 PM, Michael Horowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Adding to my issues I put a image on the server that I want to show up on my buttons but it isn't appearing. Here is how I added the

Re: [WSG] CSS Image issue with buttons

2007-12-16 Thread Adam Martin
As I said you need to change to background:#1c1c1b url(../images/atom.gif) no-repeat left bottom; note the ../ On Dec 17, 2007 11:31 AM, Michael Horowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That was a stupid mistake but when corrected I still have the issue. I also should at least have had the hover

Re: [WSG] Do we just throw out the img tag

2007-12-16 Thread Adam Martin
I assume you mean you are setting a background image using css - now what if you want another image on top - you use img tag for that. For example have a look at http://qps.shockmedia.com.au/About-QPS - if you resize the browser window you will see that the logo appears on top of the image on the

Re: [WSG] Site Check

2007-12-20 Thread Adam Martin
Hi there, the first thing I noticed is the fact that the footer is always at the bottom. This is fine however I would like to suggest something to improve this a little. Set a z-index of say 100 on the footer, so that the content flows underneath rather than over the footer. Cheers Adam On Dec

Re: [WSG] Site Check

2007-12-20 Thread Adam Martin
Sorry, I just checked again and see you have done that - the problem is the video. On Dec 21, 2007 8:30 AM, CK [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://working.bushidodeep.com/kevon/index.html Could use a once over for this site. any suggestions are welcome. CK

Re: [WSG] linking to images with //

2008-01-31 Thread Adam Martin
Can we please keep the discussions on topic, lately there have been a number of threads having nothing to do with standards Cheers Adam On Feb 1, 2008 10:04 AM, Taco Fleur [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Do you check your logs for 404s? Like I said, when I published the code as they presented it, I

Re: [WSG] display differences firefox ie 7.0

2008-02-05 Thread Adam Martin
#wrapper { margin: 0 auto; padding: 0; text-align: left; width: 950px; } Cheers Adam Michael Horowitz wrote: I've noticed that my site is centered it ie 7.0 but left justified in firefox http://terrorfreeamerica.us/. What are the issues and workarounds to keep them in sync. In

Re: [WSG] an accessible question: server-side vs client-side validation

2008-02-11 Thread Adam Martin
You should always do server side validation. Implementing client side validation does not affect this at all. On Feb 12, 2008 4:08 PM, Sajan Franco [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The sever side validations must be done even if the validations are done at client side too. this is because it is

Re: [WSG] use of p in li

2008-02-10 Thread Adam Martin
the flaw in this approach is the potential for adding divs for styling purposes only which is hardly ever necessary. Certainly not in the scenario you have given. I advocate styling the elements directly rather than bloating the code more than you need too. Cheers Adam On Feb 11, 2008 2:59 PM,

Re: [WSG] generated source

2008-02-26 Thread Adam Martin
There are a few plugins for firefox that does validation for you. Can't remember the names of them offhand though. Sorry. On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 4:44 AM, jody tate [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone have a preferred way to view and validate generated source code? By generated source I mean

Re: [WSG] CMS review

2008-02-28 Thread Adam Martin
Please consider that a cms is a tool too allow people to add there own content. So the inline styling may in fact be added by the end user. Most wysiwyg editors allow you to define styles for the content, however I find a lot of people do not go to this little effort, rather opting for the inline

Re: [WSG] long word not wrapping in firefox

2008-03-06 Thread Adam Martin
http://petesbloggerama.blogspot.com/2007/02/firefox-ie-word-wrap-word-break-tables.html cheers Adam Naveen Bhaskar wrote: Hi, I have a table and one of its cell has a long text.In firefox teh word is not wrapping inside the table? any fix for this? thanks in advance. :-) Regards navii

Re: [WSG] Standards compliant CMS?

2008-03-12 Thread Adam Martin
I have developed my own cms system - it does not limit designs at all - let your designer go wild. It is very easy to use for the end user. 100% standards compliant (unless the person that creates the sites templates does not know what they are doing). I found the problem with most solutions is

Re: [WSG] IE 8 and grey

2008-03-17 Thread Adam Martin
Are you talking from a css point of view? I would advocate not using words - what happens if a future browser decides that grey should be #6; where previously it was #3; (just examples). Your design is suddenly not going to look as you intended. My 2c. Adam On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 7:41

Re: [WSG] Dreamweaver8

2008-04-07 Thread Adam Martin
as does zend studio :) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] one thing I miss about dreamweaver is that you can do a 'search all' and get a list of all instances of the thing you are searching for rather than cycling through a

Re: [WSG] Image links

2008-05-01 Thread Adam Martin
it should be: a img { } On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 2:51 PM, Mahendran Venkatesan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * **img a *{ text-decoration : none; } Is there any chance 'img' can be a parent of 'anchor' tag? I suggest the following: a.someclassname{text-decoration:none;} OR

Re: [WSG] Image links

2008-05-02 Thread Adam Martin
@ Jason you can't code imga/a/img it can only be aimg... //a hence to stop a decorations on images that have an a tag wrapping them... the css should be a img { text-decoration: none; } On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 3:50 PM, Mike at Green-Beast.com [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: it should be:

Re: R: [WSG] Firefox skips dropdown and multi-select list with tabbing (?)

2008-05-04 Thread Adam Martin
I believe that this is a mac issue rather than firefox. I am guessing you are using mac - great too see you are using magento.. As an avid magento fan good too see more and more sites coming about. Adam - www.tweakmag.com tee wrote: On May 4, 2008, at 7:52 AM, Diego La Monica wrote: Hi

Re: [WSG] Centered Horizontal Menu

2008-05-07 Thread Adam Martin
reply On Thu, 08 May 2008 14:42:40 +1000, David Hucklesby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, 04 May 2008 12:36:55 +1000, IceKat wrote: I have a list menu which is supposed to be horizontal and centered. Not a problem right? Wrong. There are three problems. 1. IE7 doesn't use display:

Re: [WSG] Older Browsers

2008-05-08 Thread Adam Martin
Our contract that is signed by the client informs them of what versions we program for. We also ask what browser the vlient is using - i.e 5 is very very old and we never support it. On Thu, 08 May 2008 15:46:54 +1000, chris | chrisbuttery.com [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, I'm

Re: [WSG] :: CSS Code Formatting ::

2008-05-12 Thread Adam Martin
this is exactly why we use serverside scripts along with a config file to define some base declarations such as colors. then we can change the color in one place only, using the below example #results .fn { font-size: 0.86em; color #739EA8; } #results .tel { font-size: 0.86em; color #33; }

Re: [WSG] Background on body not aligning with tiled background on wrapper DIV

2008-05-15 Thread Adam Martin
can we see an example? Paul Collins wrote: Hi all, I've seen this problem before, but can't remember how I solved it. Basically, I have put a centred background that repeats vertically on the body of my page using CSS. The main wrapper div is also centred and has a background sits on top of

Re: [WSG] Footer problem!

2008-05-15 Thread Adam Martin
Are you worried about the text overlapping the footer? If so, try this: div#footer { background-color:#2D2D2D; border-top:1px solid #00; clear:both; height:100px; width:100%; } Cheers Adam - james wrote: Hi All, This is probably a real easy thing to do, how ever i

Re: [WSG] Footer problem!

2008-05-15 Thread Adam Martin
in the center fixed. Cheers Adam Martin wrote: Are you worried about the text overlapping the footer? If so, try this: div#footer { background-color:#2D2D2D; border-top:1px solid #00; clear:both; height:100px; width:100%; } Cheers Adam - james wrote: Hi All

Re: [WSG] Footer problem!

2008-05-15 Thread Adam Martin
this, it is supposed to be at the bottom of the page in the center fixed. Cheers Adam Martin wrote: Are you worried about the text overlapping the footer? If so, try this: div#footer { background-color:#2D2D2D; border-top:1px solid #00; clear:both; height:100px; width:100%; } Cheers Adam

Re: [WSG] Centering all items in a li

2008-05-17 Thread Adam Martin
For those suggesting line-height. I think that is a very bad idea, because if the line is more than 1 line, then the height will end up being number of lines x line-height. For example - setting line-height at 200px. 3 lines of text would make it 600px high with 200px between text. Cheers Adam

Re: [WSG] a question concering shopping cart function (somewhat usability issue I think)

2008-05-21 Thread Adam Martin
I would also like to add that staying on the page when adding a product to the cart is quite likely going to use javascript (aka ajax) to add the product to the cart and inform the user that the item has been added. This obviously has both usability and accessibility issues. I think Magento's

Re: [WSG] a question concering shopping cart function (somewhat usability issue I think)

2008-05-21 Thread Adam Martin
to be the one bearing this as the provider? Cheers Adam On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 12:56 PM, tee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On May 21, 2008, at 4:48 AM, Adam Martin wrote: I would also like to add that staying on the page when adding a product to the cart is quite likely going to use javascript (aka

Re: [WSG] a question concering shopping cart function (somewhat usability issue I think)

2008-05-21 Thread Adam Martin
: On May 21, 2008, at 8:20 PM, Adam Martin wrote: I have no success in selling accessibility when I try to find clients, nobody buys it, so whatever extra care I make for accessibility is from me, free of charge Accessibility is really not that difficult to put in place - I also believe

Re: [WSG] accessibility/usability in a poll: check a radio button when focusing on a text input field

2008-05-22 Thread Adam Martin
If you didn't want to use JS at all - you could put some basic logic in the action script that processes the form. If the user wrote something in the other option, then it is pretty simple to simply change the radiobutton values accordingly before doing final processing (like emailing to the

Re: [WSG] Marking up company logo

2008-05-29 Thread Adam Martin
I would personally not be using a p tag too hold the logo? Why would you want too? you can position as you want without the need for extra markup. img src=logo.png alt=My company logo width=150px height=300px id=logo / - that makes it pretty obvious. of course if you only have 1 image in the

Re: [WSG] Marking up company logo

2008-05-29 Thread Adam Martin
I intend too - as of tomorrow I am officially unemployed and working on launching my new business www.internetconsultants.com.au (site not even close too completion). Mark Harris wrote: Adam Martin wrote: I think if people start think UO rather than SEO then the answers to most questions

Re: [WSG] innerHTML assignment overflows TD cell in FF

2008-05-29 Thread Adam Martin
Just put a clear both on the footer, i.e #footer { } On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Skip Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey all, I have a table set up with a main content cell in the center column of three, basically like this: table tr td colspan=3header/td

Re: [WSG] innerHTML assignment overflows TD cell in FF

2008-05-29 Thread Adam Martin
Sorry pushed return to quickly #footer { clear: both; } On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Skip Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey all, I have a table set up with a main content cell in the center column of three, basically like this: table tr td colspan=3header/td

Re: [WSG] Marking up company logo

2008-05-30 Thread Adam Martin
img is only an inline element by default. Some simple css fixes that. An inline element does not have to be contained in a block level element at all! img { display: block } Kroon.Kurtis wrote: I'm not top-posting -Original Message- From: Miscellaneous Subject: Re: [WSG]

Re: [WSG] Marking up company logo

2008-05-31 Thread Adam Martin
doesn't stop it being an inline element, just it's presentation. On Fri, May 30, 2008 11:18 pm, Adam Martin wrote: img is only an inline element by default. Some simple css fixes that. An inline element does not have to be contained in a block level element at all! img { display: block

Re: [WSG] styling address tag or microformat hcard

2008-06-03 Thread Adam Martin
There are no limitations with Magento when it comes to templates / layout etc. So you could easily implement hcard. Cheers Adam (www.tweakmag.com) tee wrote: In Magento, they use address.../address for customer address. It lacks flexibility for styling as I can't have other html tags place

Re: [WSG] 100% height over existing page

2008-07-30 Thread Adam Martin
The easiest way would be to have an entry page instead. On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 2:56 PM, Seona Bellamy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi guys, I need to create an absolutely positioned div that will float on top of the existing page layout, and be 100% of the height of the rendered page, not the

Re: [WSG] Positioning was Extra white line on the top of my list

2008-08-04 Thread Adam Martin
Sorry to come across blunt - but I don't think the web standards group is meant to be a teacher of css. Great that people on here are wanting to learn. But there are plenty of other places dedicated to these sort of things. - Original Message - From: Michael Horowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WSG] Appropriate postings

2008-08-06 Thread Adam Martin
I totally agree which is why I arose the subject in the first place. A person interested in the building standards shouldn't expect the building standards group to tell them how to use a hammer. Same goes here. - Original Message - From: Stuart Foulstone [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:

Re: [WSG] Shopping cart - who does what

2008-08-13 Thread Adam Martin
I am a pretty active magento developer and highly recommend it as well.. but it really only suits those clients whose whole site is an ecommerce solution. For example, take a look at a client of mine - julesroc.com.au I am working on a custom solution that allows ecommerce to be a part of a

Re: [WSG] Shopping cart - who does what

2008-08-13 Thread Adam Martin
I agree... you get what you pay for. $500 is nothing. I know that I have spent about 500hrs in building my integrated ecomerce solution - but it has been well thought out - it is stds compliant etc etc. I would suggest having a look at shopify if you want a cheap basic but good ecommerce

Re: [WSG] Shopping cart - who does what

2008-08-13 Thread Adam Martin
- who does what which one is yours Martin? can I see an example? I have a client looking for one right now... might custom build bits, might not Joe On Aug 13, 2008, at 12:05, Adam Martin wrote: I agree... you get what you pay for. $500 is nothing. I know that I have spent about 500hrs

Re: Can I widen the question? Re: [WSG] Shopping cart - who does what

2008-08-13 Thread Adam Martin
I will be looking for web standard group members to try my cms / ecommerce custom solution. Please email me off the list ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) if you are interested. If you could also tell me your background in regards to developing / designing web apps. Cheers. Adam P.S mine is one of those

[WSG] [OT] London England Group Members

2008-08-18 Thread Adam Martin
Hi Guys, I am heading over to London for around 3months (hopefully) at the end of September - would love to catch up with some developers / designers while I am there. Contact me off list if you like a few quiets over web discussions. Cheers Adam

Re: [WSG] Google chrome... Accessibility coming very soon???

2008-09-04 Thread Adam Martin
Hey guys... it is great that talk about accessibility and chrome has been raised - but I do think that we need to wait until it is out of beta. Cheers Adam - Original Message - From: James Jeffery To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Friday, September 05, 2008 7:13 AM

Re: [WSG] Copycat site

2008-09-07 Thread Adam Martin
...and this is related to web standards how? I don't mind these posts - but please mark them [OT] - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Monday, September 08, 2008 10:57 AM Subject: [WSG] Copycat site This is the first time I've come across

Re: [WSG] contentEditable

2008-09-25 Thread Adam Martin
The issue with this approach is that it is not part of a form - so the only way to submit it will be too use javascript which is an issue if javascript is not enabled. - Original Message - From: Robin Gorry To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Sent: Friday, September 26, 2008 1:06 PM

Re: [WSG] Blockquote

2009-01-08 Thread Adam Martin
Yes I don't think this is the place to ask advise on illegal matters. Scraping content from websites that you do not have permission from is copyright infringement. The fact that you don't want to cite the original source inidcates to me that you are building this site for some financial gain

Re: [WSG] Blockquote

2009-01-08 Thread Adam Martin
and makes roughly £14,000 a year in Adsense. It has to be done. On Thu, Jan 8, 2009 at 9:08 AM, Adam Martin ajmartin.nz http://ajmartin.nz@gmail.com http://gmail.com wrote: Yes I don't think this is the place to ask advise on illegal matters. Scraping content from websites that you do

Re: [WSG] lining up in different browsers

2009-01-22 Thread Adam Martin
Isn't copyRgt based on layout as well?? Also to be more semantic - copyRight would be better if you were to name that way. Ricci Angela wrote: Hi, Designer Just a thought: why don't you give names like mainMenu and copyRgt (semantic) to your classes instead of names

Re: [WSG] Opera Targeting?!

2009-02-03 Thread Adam Martin
I do not use conditional comments myself as I have coded a css parser to handle all these differences... but anyhow.. you could try and get Opera looking correct and then use conditional comments as needed for the other browsers. Just a suggestion, I am sure others here will know how to target

Re: [WSG] Copyright Issues

2009-02-17 Thread Adam Martin
Copyright has nothing to do with profit Diana Castillo wrote: Anyway, as it is just a student's work, I don't think that counts as a profit site, doesn't it? 2009/2/17 James Milligan lak...@lake54.com mailto:lak...@lake54.com What about coming up with your own?Not meaning to sound rude,

Re: [WSG] IE and the button element

2009-02-23 Thread Adam Martin
Agree. It is very easy to style the anchor element. Chris F.A. Johnson wrote: On Tue, 24 Feb 2009, John Horner wrote: Thanks for all the discussion so far. It seems I'll have to re-code. I will definitely not be using Javascript. It seems entirely logical to me that there should be such a

Re: [WSG] E-commerce

2009-02-25 Thread Adam Martin
I will be releasing my own web standards cms, crm and ecommerce solution shortly - it is powering www.tweakmag.com (a magento community site - not finished yet). As I own (part) a Platinum Magento Partner (www.ontapcreative.com) I am happy to add a vote for magento, however for simpler

RE: [WSG] Span within a li

2009-05-11 Thread Adam Martin
li.item361 span { background: red; } -Original Message- From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of Simon Josephson Sent: 11 May 2009 15:33 To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org Subject: [WSG] Span within a li hi guys I am stumped with this - I

RE: [WSG] SPRI accesibility

2009-06-08 Thread Adam Martin
Magento by default uses javascript for its one page checkout. However you can easily turn this off and use a more traditional checkout procedure. Also, magento is an ecommerce framework allowing you to change anything that you like. The comment that it relies on javascript is only true by its

RE: [WSG] SPRI accesibility

2009-06-08 Thread Adam Martin
Further to my last comment. The theming in Magento is very powerful and allows you to do anything that you would like to / need to. Take the time to learn it (there is a lot to learn) and you will see that you are not limited in any way as to what you can do. Cheers Adam -Original

RE: [WSG] Ordered list start value

2009-09-28 Thread Adam Martin
I would try using css to hide the starting li's - that way it will just display the li's that you want with the correct number showing. -Original Message- From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org [mailto:li...@webstandardsgroup.org] On Behalf Of Phil Archer Sent: 28 September 2009 14:16 To:

Re: [WSG] Out of Office AutoReply: WSG Digest

2009-10-15 Thread Adam Martin
h1 tags are very important to the seo on each of your pages. If you think about the theme of each page is your logo really one of the most important elements on the page (according to the visitor and also to the search engines). I personally advise not using h1 for logos. Each page on your

[Spam] :Re: More than one H1? (was [WSG] Out of Office AutoReply: WSG Digest)

2009-10-16 Thread Adam Martin
While I agree that you can have several areas of equal importance on a page. I still beg to differ that you would want to saturate the effectiveness of a h1 tag by using it by wrapping it around the logo. It seems to me to be a little like the infamous can you make my logo a little bigger that

Re: [WSG] my final site

2009-11-24 Thread Adam Martin
Hi Marvin. It is looking good. My only comment would be to remove the br tags which you are using to space elements and instead use css on those elements instead. Cheers Adam On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 10:35 AM, Marvin Hunkin startrekc...@gmail.comwrote: hi. well take a look at this site.

Re: [WSG] Is it still necessary to encode ampersands?

2010-06-25 Thread Adam Martin
I really don't see how having seo friendly urls changes things. I would sugest that before you made the seo friendly urls that you may have had .html in the extension so that the validator knew how to validate the page. Perhaps you are missing something similar to: !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC

Re: [WSG] RE: Fonts in MS Publisher compared to onlineRe:

2010-09-14 Thread Adam Martin
I would put it back as an h1 and use css like so: h1 { font-weight: normal; } On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 4:21 PM, Stuart Foulstone stu...@bigeasyweb.co.ukwrote: But then again, how it displays is dependent on the fonts available on the site visitor's system not what some graphic designer wants.

Re: [WSG] adobe tools that works well with jaws?

2011-08-24 Thread Adam Martin
I guess we don't go to boldfish.co.uk for compassion!!! Sent from my iPhone On 24 Aug 2011, at 07:16, Tony Crockford to...@boldfish.co.uk wrote: On 24 Aug 2011, at 01:09, Jay Tanna wrote: You are doing an online course and yet you don't know how to find out what is included in the Web

Re: [WSG] IE9's Browser Mode Controls - Reliable?

2011-09-23 Thread Adam Martin
http://www.browserstack.com/ On 23/09/2011 17:25, Josh Rose wrote: There is a tool called IE tester, which might be what you're looking for: http://www.my-debugbar.com/wiki/IETester/HomePage That said, we generally use the browser mode settings for testing here (on the development side at

Re: [WSG] any php gurus on list

2012-01-22 Thread Adam Martin
Hi Marvin, Try removing the closing php tag on the script you are running. Cheers Adam Sent from my iPad On 22 Jan 2012, at 23:42, Marvin Hunkin startrekc...@gmail.com wrote: hi. learning php and my sql via a course via http://wsi.tafensw.edu.au, and working my way through some exercises