here's my site: http://fspb.valse.com.my/ If you view on mobile version the menu appears. When I scroll the content the menu scrolls along which I dont want to happen. I tried to use this fiddle into my html and css but it doesn't work at all in wordpress. js fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/KBne4/12/

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Hello Community, I was wondering if there is a way to make grid transition in visual studio using the language visual basic. Please help...

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Hello Community, I was making my own custom window and i need help with making it in wpf, i am new to wpf so i don't know much XAML so i was wondering if you can help?, this is what i wan't. In the example i'm using the minimize button. ![ex_1](/attachments/small/3/ex_1.png) ![ex_2](/attachments/small/3/ex_2.png) I hope i made this clear enough. Please help...

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Who says you don't get something for nothing? Certainly not the good people over at [URL="http://www.linuxfoundation.org"]The Linux Foundation[/URL] (TLF) who're offering free [URL="http://training.linuxfoundation.org/lp/sign-up-for-the-free-linux-training-webinar-series"]Linux training[/URL]. TLF is doing its part for the worldwide Linux community by offering this free training plus the [URL="http://jobs.linux.com"]Linux Jobs Board[/URL] and all of its [URL="http://www.linuxfoundation.org/programs"]other services[/URL]. I paused to write this post before going there to sign-up for the whole list myself. [QUOTE][B]Linux Training from the Linux Experts[/B] Linux Training from The Linux Foundation features instructors and content straight from the leaders of the Linux developer community. Attendees receive Linux training that is vendor-neutral, technically advanced …

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Last week, The Linux Foundation [URL="http://www.linuxfoundation.org/node/5716"]launched[/URL] it's new Linux Jobs board and normally, I applaud anything that [URL="http://www.linuxfoundation.org"]The Linux Foundation[/URL] (TLF) does but not this time. And I think it's great that TLF has a [URL="http://jobs.linux.com"]job board[/URL] on [URL="http://www.linux.com"]Linux.com[/URL], however, the execution lacks the luster I've come to expect from these guys. So, what's my beef with something so positive as a job board? What would make anyone, much less me, irritable at a Linux job board's implementation and launch? It's simple, really. To call something a Linux Jobs Board, what would you expect to see there? Linux jobs, perhaps? …

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While companies worldwide look for ways to reduce costs, shed dead weight from their labor resources and streamline their businesses, it makes me wonder if Linux will survive the global economic meltdown. Oh, I know it will survive in terms of us geeks who use it and tout its goodness. It will survive in ISP data centers, some cloud-based businesses and as the de facto platform for virtualization. But will businesses such as hospitals, law firms, trucking companies and retail stores adopt it for their productive operating system of choice? The answer isn't easy. The reason is that [URL="http://www.microsoft.com"]Microsoft[/URL] isn't …

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As a programmer who until [B]very[/B] quite recently chose C#.NET as his main language, WPF was thrust upon me like an anvil in your favorite 90s cartoon. There was no avoiding it... And for that, I'm glad -- mostly. The Windows Presentation Foundation is a UI subsystem of the Microsoft .NET 3.0, (and 3.5 as of two days before this post). Using it, an application's user interface may designed completely in a special markup language called XAML. For me, XAML was certainly comparable to HTML (a bonus since I have some experience with HTML and CSS, being an interim web …

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Windows Workflow Foundation, Microsoft's framework for managing workflow, is reportedly ahead of schedule and could well be available for Windows Vista next year, rather than not ready until Longhorn Server is released in 2007 as previously believed. WWF will also be made available for Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Windows Server 2003. Managing workflow on systems is, of course, a difficult technology to develop and implement. Automatic applications interaction, or [i]system workflow[/i] is generally a predictable and somewhat static process. The underlying logic is well defined and consistent. Interaction between the people involved in tasks, or [i]human workflow[/i] is …

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