Justin90

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  1. Yeah I know that now after researching but I can not figure this out... I don't understand why it isn't working. I wish some coding wiz could help me out
  2. I got it to center at 100% using HTML code, but as I expected, it looks bad unless the window is full screen. This is what I did. <div id="wrapper" style=" width: 1000px; height: 150px; margin-left: 250px; margin-right: 150px; "><table bgcolor="#92B7CB" border="10" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"><tbody><tr><td bgcolor="#92B7CB" valign="middle"> <img src="../images/openbanner.jpg" height="150" width="1000" alt="removed for forum"> </td></tr></tbody></table></div> Is there a way to alter this to make it where it will go center and not be off when not full screen, or does it have to be css to do it that way
  3. How do I apply that css code though? I'm not sure I'm doing this right... here is my code so far. <html> <head><title> removed for forum purposes </title><meta name="description" content="removed for forum purposes" /><meta name="keywords" content="removed for forum purposes" /><meta name="robots" content="index, follow"><meta name="revisit-after" content="2 month"> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="stylesheet-css.txt"></head> <Body><div id="wrapper"><table bgcolor="#92B7CB" border="10" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" ><tr><td bgcolor="#92B7CB" valign="middle"> <img src="../images/openbanner.jpg" Height="150" Width="1000" ALT="removed for forum purposes" /> </div></body> </html> _________ ok with that bit being shown as that is... I have *{ margin:0; padding:0; } body{ text-align:center; /*For IE6 Shenanigans*/ } #wrapper{ width:960px; magin:0 auto; text-align:left; } saved in to a text document, named stylesheet.txt ... What am I doing wrong?
  4. buyatvsonline.com That's what I'm trying to make it center like... i want the whole page to be centered, nothing left aligned. I've googled several pages telling me how to do this but apparently I cant get it right. Can someone show me how to do this? where to place the code etc... I'm trying to learn HTML and this is something I want to do before I proceed with other things like designing the rest of my website. I'd really appreciate it, thanks
  5. LOL! You guys are hilarious. But yes that's his charging terminal for credit cards. But OK I'm going to try that new code in the cmd prompt in a minute... If it doesn't work, I found a way to remove the four numbers > off of it, but if i could remove all of it at once that'd be much easier. All I did was use the replace feature... the first four numbers I ran as **** and then added the > so replace ****> with nothing = good bye annoying numbers
  6. Where would I be using this code at jaclaz? I don't really know where to use it like what program, what part of the program... I'm pretty new to this. I appreciate your time even though you all are poking fun at me lol. It's okay I'm a newbie I get it Edit: Removed image lol, don't want to keep that on here =o I tried to save some of the models as testmodels.csv in a text document, and then tried to run the code in cmd prompt (im clueless, just guessing where to use it) and i got "##A was unexpected at this time." Dang I felt so close to finding the answer, but no more responses... Thanks for the help if I've exhausted your knowledge on the subject. I appreciate it.
  7. Ok if the format matters I guess... Here's why I'm doing this, actually haven't had much time to work on it, only gotten a couple hundred done out of the thousands I have to get. I'm really busy most of the time lol. ______________________________ I'm taking models that look like this - <option value="6199">Patriot 250</option> <option value="6200">Patriot 250 MX</option> I then use replace to remove <option value=", the extra ", and the </option> Leaving me with: 6199>Patriot 250 6200>Patriot 250 These are models of four wheelers. I will be grabbing thousands of these to be plugging in to a model finder on my bosses websites. It will be entered in as HTML once I get them all done. So all I need to do I guess is find some code to replace starting at the beginning of the line up to the >. If using HTML to have the numbers replaced up to the > causes a problem, I can simply change that symbol to anything using the replace feature, so if you know of a code I can use, tell me to change > to whatever it needs to be to get it to work. Thanks for trying to help and communicate so far guys. And as for my boss being able to write the code, he's too busy for that, that's why I came to this forum seeking people who like to write code as projects and just mess with code in general to see if I could be helped to get this to go faster. He's doing a complete overhaul on all of our websites at the moment and is working from home so everyone doesn't bother him about little stuff (this would be classified as more little stuff to him). Edit: I'm not really sure about the format actually... when I'm done with these I'm saving them as CSV (comma separated values) sheets. I think he just has to go in to the master database and upload them. So no it doesn't really matter what format I change it in. The object is just to end up with the model number and get it saved to a CSV sheet for uploading, how I get the numbers off doesn't matter at all.
  8. The format doesn't really matter. If you know a code to replace a start of a line to a like symbol (> would be the symbol in this case) then give me the code and I can use it. Programmers, web developers. My boss uses alleycode every day and created a $7,000+ a day website with it.
  9. Yes, I tried it and they said they don't know of a way to do it using the replace feature... do you know of another program that can do what I'm asking? By the way Alleycode is pretty popular, I'm surprised you haven't heard of it.
  10. yea its used for several things. you should check it out. but i just need to know if there's some code that i can use to make it faster.
  11. I have a question with replacing text in the Alleycode program. Here are some of the lines I'm working with: 2524>Ranger 700 6x6 EFI Commercial 7890>Ranger 700 Crew 7891>Ranger 700 Crew LE Black Cherry 7892>Ranger 700 Crew LE Browning Hunter Edition 7893>Ranger 700 Crew LE Turbo Silver 2525>Ranger 700 HD I'm looking for a way to replace the start of each line (e.g. 2524>, 7890>, 7891>) up to the > with blank space so I only end up with the model of these four wheelers (there's many more, that's why I'm trying to figure out an easy way to do this). Is there a way to automatically do this by using a code in the replace feature, or another way I can do it? I'm at work and could really use a quick response on this... I need to get these done ASAP. Thanks.