For some reason the forum module is redeclaring the <html> and <head> sections of the document. The forum is there, but the browser won't display it because of the html errors. You should probably reinstall the forum module without touching the database.

In general if you wanna update the forum you should get that update from the PHPNuke people, otherwise it will probably break.

rariti do as smalldogn says ;)

For more info on the problem check out the following link:
[url]http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Incorrect_MIME_Type_for_CSS_Files[/url]

Give the table cell you want to scroll an id, then give it a fixed height, and set overlfow to scroll. Should look something like this:

td#id {
height: 400px;
overflow: scroll;
}

I would also like to coment, that when using div's for layout I rarely use more than 5 or 6. I'm not sure why you think you have to have as many as you believe you do.

The best way is to use layers. So you would import the image or photo into a photoshop file on a layer. Then make a new layer "above" the image and draw or import the graphics that will create the curved or shaped part.

At a quick glance this looks like a good layers tutorial:
[url]http://duckz.nl/index.php?subaction=showfull&id=1156591082&archive=&start_from=&ucat=2&[/url]

You can find a lot of tutorials here:
[url]http://www.pixel2life.com/tutorials/adobe_photoshop/[/url]

You don't want to do that. That would be very annoying and people would not stay on your site.

Yep, Firefox will show it, IE will not. Try removing the doctype declaration and see if IE will show it. Your doctype declaration is invalid. The doctype you probably wanted to use is:

[HTML]<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "[/HTML">http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">[/HTML]

I think it's because the server accepts asp style code tags as php tags, in other words the server is try ing to parse <?xml... ?> as php.

So try this:
[PHP]<?php echo '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>'; ?><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "[/PHP">http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">[/PHP]

You should post several lines of code before the line mentioned in the error + the line mentioned in the error. If possible post a "complete statement", ie a section of code that is more or less complete unto itself.

But I have to say, the code in your error statements looks very screwed up...

I suppose the best option would be to add to the standard context menu, is that an option tgreer?

Declare a doctype...

From everything I have read you have to have a copy of the MS-SQL server to get that file...

Do you have the GUI MySQL Administrator? If not [URL=http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/administrator/1.0.html]download[/URL] it.

Log in to the Administrator. On the left side choose startup variables. Then on the right side at the top choose the security tab. Click on 'Use old qasswords'. Then restart your MySQL Instance. You may also need to create another database...

Hope this helps.

I have not seen one. What do you envision such a script doing exactly?

Ahh, that worked like a charm. Thanks man :)

DaveSW I hope you will help me :)

At this [URL=http://www.AgentsWarZone.com/forum/home.php]site[/URL]. There is a vertical menu on the left side of the page. It uses some javascript for styling and animation. It works fine and looks good in firefox, but in IE as you hover over the different menu options the background will disappear and in the status bar you will see a message about downloading images. All classes in the rollover have the same background image. Any ideas as to how to prevent the flicker and redownload?

Thanks

eeewwwwww :(

If you use firefox try the [URL=https://addons.update.mozilla.org/extensions/showlist.php?application=firefox&version=1.0&os=nt&category=Developer%20Tools]javascript debugger[/URL](near bottom of page). It should allow you to see any javascript being run and maybe find the link. If you wanna go to that much trouble that is...

I have no experience with Plesk...

Have you tried bookmarking the phpMyAdmin page? I can do that in cpanel and then login when it tries to access the page.

To take a screenshot just hit your PrtScn key. Then open some graphics program (like Paint in Windows) and do paste. The image will be copied and you can save it as a file and then upload for all to see.

I have observed no more duplications. I consider this resolved :cheesy:

Thanks,
Dance

I knew that pig was gonna cause problems :( See attachment...

Looks good right now. No overflows. I will let you know if it happens again. Waiting for the pig to show up, that pig always oveflowed his bounderies....

Can I ask what you changed?

Dance

Now how is Dani supposed to make any money if you never click on an ad once in a while? :sad:

Don't know if this happens to anyone else or not, but sometimes the ads near the top of the page will double overrunning parts of the page. This has happened in firefox 1. and firefox 1.0.1. See the attachment if you don't understand.

Dance