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comment Css design skills
to tell you the truth, never tried on ie9. just a quick show up in firefox, and chrome. Nevertheless, thank you Brian for the effort of explaining.
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comment Css design skills
Indeed, I use firebug, all the time. You mention that in IE9, it won't work. How's that? why ? And if I am not that opressing guy, I need this thing to work for ie above 6 perhaps...[yes I know it's html5, so I just wanted to play with it] , could you suggest some alternative to look for ?
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accepted Css design skills
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comment Css design skills
@gnat, thanks! that gives transparency to the problem. But then changing the width or the height, outputs trash. Is there a division again between the width of the surface and the elements perhaps? What book should I look for to dig into these effects? For example from this snippet of code, the third element, is more advanced technique I think, somehow...I am totally newbie into css3 and html5 you see..
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comment Css design skills
Emmad, thank you too, is there abutton to move it, or delete and repost ?
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comment Css design skills
Indeed goog idea, and I really did
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Jun
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comment How can I avoid concurrent access in PostgreSQL?
ok Raku, thanks for the suggestions
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Jun
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comment How can I avoid concurrent access in PostgreSQL?
I understand now what you mean. For the caching. That's a good point. How much time would it take me to make a rest service as I never did that before ?
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comment How can I avoid concurrent access in PostgreSQL?
And let the REST service do the CRUD operations you mean ?
Jun
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comment How can I avoid concurrent access in PostgreSQL?
Γιάννη, Perhaps there is some kind of tutorial which I don't know of...
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asked How can I avoid concurrent access in PostgreSQL?
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answered Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
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