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Posts posted by Kermit

  1. So I know that a 16x has all the pin going the length of the pci-e slot, but is x8 just half of that? 


    I guess my question is: in an x8 slot, is the second half of the slot just a placeholder for the card to sit in? Because I bought a Maximus IV Gene-Z with a bent pin in the x8 slot, but when I got it, the bent pin was at the end of the x8 slot where I don't think a pin should've even been.


    Or is there usually a pin at the end of x8 slots?



    <head> <style>  div.menu {     text-align:center;     list-style-type: none;     margin: 0;     padding: 0;     overflow: hidden;  }  </style></head><body> <div class="menu">  <a href="#home">Home</a>  <a href="#news">News</a>  <a href="#contact">Contact</a>  <a href="#about">About</a> </div></body>
    + your code will be more W3C valid :)

    that should do the trick



    Thanks! That did the trick, and I'll know how to apply this in the future.


    (other answer was a little simpler for me ATM, but this is something to keep in mind if I run into touble) 

  3. I edited it.

    also. why don't you use <div> ?


    I tried using <div>, but didn't really fully understand how to apply it. If I absolutely need to, I'll figure it out but if there is anything like float:center; and is simpler I'd like to know.


    Also as I said I'm trash at HTML and just fooling around with stuff, but this should have worked right? (It didn't work)

    <div align="center">  <ul>  <li><a href="home.html">Home</a></li>  <li><a href="index.html">Index</a></li>  <li><a href="aboutme.html">About me</a></li>  <li><a href="_____">n/a</a></li>  </ul></div>


    Give ul


    So it should be like :

    ul {    list-style-type: none;    text-align:center;    margin: 0;    padding: 0;    overflow: hidden;}


    hmmm. Nothing, and I realized that I already had that entered elswhere (here is my entire css):

    <style>         p{            color:black;        }        th{            background:#6600FF;            color:white;        }        td{            padding:12px;            color:black;        }        ul {    list-style-type: none;    text-align:center;    margin: 0;    padding: 0;    overflow: hidden;}li {    float: left;}a:link, a:visited {    display: block;    width: 277px;    font-weight: bold;    color: #FFFFFF;    background-color: #6666FF;    text-align: center;    padding: 10px;    text-decoration: none;    text-transform: uppercase;}a:hover, a:active {    background-color: #6600FF;}</style>

  5. I started HTML coding about 2 weeks ago, and am fairly bad at it. 


    I know that you cant 

    float: center;

    BUT, I am trying to form a navigation bar at the top of my webpage (picture below), but the code I pulled from W3Schools.com aligns it to the right. I would like the blocks to remain centered, because right now I have to adjust the pixel width in order for it to look centered in my window.




    (Code from W3Schools.com page linked earlier)

    <!DOCTYPE html><html><head><style>ul {    list-style-type: none;    margin: 0;    padding: 0;    overflow: hidden;}li {    float: left;}a {    display: block;    width: 60px;    background-color: #dddddd;}</style></head><body><ul>  <li><a href="#home">Home</a></li>  <li><a href="#news">News</a></li>  <li><a href="#contact">Contact</a></li>  <li><a href="#about">About</a></li></ul></body></html>

    My CSS is in an external document, not internal like in the code. (AKA: I linked it with href="file.css")

    Help please!! Do I have to make a <div> in order to align the entire navigation bar in the center?


    EDIT: The darkened "About Me" block is just because my mouse is hovering on it when I took the screenshot.

  6. When I was maybe 13 I would make them out of paper.


    It sounds really stupid, but they actually flew like actual boomerangs (indoors).


    This is something like what I watched: (sorry this guy's voice is rip)