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Apr. 19th, 2016


[info]mustwrite
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Please Help Me


[info]mustwrite
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First time poster, long time follower. I am kind of sure there is a code for S1 journal codes to make entries change from ascending to descending order. Problem? I can't find it. I have absolutely no clue what it is. If anyone knows please please PLEASE tell me. Thank you so much.

Mar. 24th, 2015


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Firefox problem


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I have discovered an unexpected problem with one of my layouts in Firefox. I'm using a border-radius to shape an element and applying a box-shadow to it to give it some depth. When I pull up the layout in Firefox, most of these elements render properly - they're all coded the same way. But occasionally, one of the elements is shaped properly - but its box-shadow forms a normal rectangle, like it's not being clipped properly by the border-radius property.

I've done some searching to see if I can find a common solution, but nothing's turned up. Here's a tiny screencap, followed by the code producing this effect:





I would really appreciate some help on figuring this one out. The simple solution is obviously to ditch the box shadows, but it makes the elements look too flat.

Jul. 15th, 2014


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Hi there. I'm hoping someone who understands these things can help, I can input information into pre-existing code but that's about as far as I go.

I'm using a code I found in here to make ID's as a taken page, and all's well until....I can't get them to sit next to each other. I thought just running the code without a space right next to another would but it actually makes them line up from top to bottom.

As seen here.

Is there any way to accomplish that, or is it just not possible? The code's original creator's journal is deleted so, I'm kind of stuck as it stands.

Thanks!