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    Required reacted to circeseye in Does anyone here use an Beamer together with an Pc, Laptop, Tablet for 3D?   
    i 'think" your limited to was the frame rate is on the projector (im guessing thats what you mean by beamer)
    if its 30htz then it will be 30/30 if 60htz 60/60
    so in 3d mode your comp will "think" your running 60htz if its 30htz..or 120htz if its 60htz......
    at least thats what ive seen on a dlp projector
    resolution will be what the projector can handle
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    Required got a reaction from ItsCryptic in Need help with basic HTML, PHP,... stuff   
    Hi
    I try to build a Simple Homepage for one of my Domain with basic HTML, PHP stuff without a CMS to learn how to use that.
    Now I try this: https://www.w3schools.com/css/tryit.asp?filename=trycss3_border-radius
    Well I want to have more lines in the Box than just that one.
    <p id="rcorners1">Rounded corners!</p> When I put in the next Line:
    <p>This is a paragraph.</p>
    for example the are outside of the Box?! ūü§Ē
    Sadly I try to ask in a German Site but the Germans are so rude and not replay with anything.
    THX!
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    Required got a reaction from CalintzJerevinan in Unboxing Counterfeit LTT Merch   
    How big are your feet?
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    Required reacted to darkDOS in Need help with basic HTML, PHP,... stuff   
    You are looking for the <br> tag.
     
    <p id="rcorners1> Line 1 <br>Line 2</p> https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_br.asp
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    Required reacted to minibois in Need help with basic HTML, PHP,... stuff   
    The <p> tag stands for "paragraph", so 'logically' they insert a whitelines between a closed and opened paragraph. That is how paragraphs are formatted in books too.
    If you want a single space enter, you can use </br>. 'br' stands for break, as in "break line".
     
    If you want two sentences in the rounded box using <p>, you can do this:
    <p id="rcorners1"> Rounded corners! </br> another line! </p> And you get this:

     
    Of course the same applies if your exchanged the <p> for <div>
    HTML works with different tags, like <html>, <body>, <p>, <div> etc.
    These tags are 'active' as long as they are not closed. <div> tags are very very often used on webpages for really any kind of styling. They are quite versatile, can be used in multiple places and you can basically set anything in them (i.e. background color/image, text size/color/font/etc. and much more).
     
    What I would say the most important thing about HTML to understand, is how to look at the tags and see where they are active and where they are closed.
    It's general convention to indent anything in a new tag. Like so:
    <html> <head> <title>Very nice title</title> </head> <body> <div="example"> <p>very nice text here</p> </div> <div="another"> <p>more text</p> </div> </body> </html> (please ignore the </body> and <head> & </head> out of line, the code blocks sometimes work weird here ūüėõ )
    This way, it's a lot easier to see where the tags 'apply' to, so you can visualize it like this:

    That way you know what the tags apply to and what not.
    If for example, a large part of your website needs to have red text, but then a specific part inside of there needs to have blue text, you can just place <div> inside of another <div> to first make the text red and then the specific text in the second <div> blue.
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    Required reacted to darkDOS in Need help with basic HTML, PHP,... stuff   
    https://www.w3schools.com/css/tryit.asp?filename=trycss3_border-radius is showing CSS, specifically creating rounded corners on borders.
    I am not too clear on what you are having trouble with.
    Can you provide some code and an explanation on what you are having trouble with?
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    Required reacted to minibois in Need help with basic HTML, PHP,... stuff   
    If you have this:
    <p id="rcorners1">Rounded corners!</p> <p>This is a paragraph.</p> You get this:

     
    If you want "This is a paragraph" inside the green box, you should probably consider using a <div> instead.
     
    <div id="rcorners1"> <p>Rounded corners!</p> <p>This is a paragraph.</p> </div> Which will produce this:

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    Required reacted to darkDOS in Need help with basic HTML, PHP,... stuff   
    "CSS is used to define styles for your web pages, including the design, layout and variations in display for different devices and screen sizes." - https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_intro.asp
     
    In the example W3Schools is showing, they have defined the styles in the <style> </style> tags.
    Within, they are referencing #rcorners1, #rcorners2, and #rcorners3. This indicates every time an element with these id's are found, apply this style.
    Later, they are defining a paragraph as <p id="rcorners1">Rounded corners!</p> and it is appearing with rounded corners (as well as all the other styles defined in the CSS).
     
     
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    Required reacted to minibois in Need help with basic HTML, PHP,... stuff   
    Keep in mind OP edited their topic after posting it (probably due to a Ctrl+Enter posting situation) to add their question:
    ^the relevant stuff added later.
     
    OP mentioned without CMS, content management system (i.e. Wordpress, Joomla, etc.). There was no mention of avoiding CSS.
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    Required reacted to LogicalDrm in Mouse leave Window always?!   
    There are software which can lock cursor to active window. Like DisplayFusion.
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    Required reacted to Tika in Everything else is a BAD DEAL - Chromecast with Google TV   
    Honestly surprised he didn't mention the Pi.
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    Required reacted to wall03 in Everything else is a BAD DEAL - Chromecast with Google TV   
    Another crappy video from Linus
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    Required got a reaction from panzersharkcat in Can Their Tech Support Save Us? - $1500 PC Secret Shopper 2 Part 3   
    Thats why I buy a Device with a Technician On Hand Support if something happen I just call Lenovo, Dell,... and the Technician come in 48h and fix the HW.
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    Required reacted to Roee Lupo in Good and long life Mice?   
    I use a Razer Mamba TE, been using it for years 
     
    I also heard good stuff about the Logitech G Pro mouse, but its quite pricey 
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    Required reacted to Sandro Linux in Good and long life Mice?   
    Maybe get the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro
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    Required reacted to Slottr in Good and long life Mice?   
    What do you use it for? What shape do you like? 
     
    I'd say the MX Master, but you'll have to judge if it's your fit or not 
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    Required reacted to kimsejin5 in Does anyone here own a HP Microserver "Gen10 Plus"   
    It's all about your priorities. If you need it to fit in a rack and have lots of storage, then get a big case! If you're using only a couple of SSDs and you can use a tower, then get a tower case.
     
    For processors, a G indicates that there are discrete graphics on the processor's silcon package. If you need graphics, get a model that is suffixed with a G. The other thing to watch out for is whether the processor is boxed or tray. A boxed CPU comes in a retail box with (typically) a cooler, a warranty, and a case badge. A tray CPU comes with the CPU only and is primarily designed for system integrators who buy trays of 20 CPUs at a time.
     
    What I provded for you is only a suggestion, but you might find that the features on a consumer motherboard are fine for you, or you might need more features on your motherboard, like dual network interfaces or extra USB headers. Do your research for the features that you need, and don't be afraid to ask the forums for more help!
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    Required reacted to kimsejin5 in Does anyone here own a HP Microserver "Gen10 Plus"   
    That's absolutely a valid argument, and I think your application for this server is perfect. It's great for deploying something temporarily, and if you don't plan on manipulating the innards, you're probably fine. I know that Gen10 is the latest generation of their servers, but it still seems to be using somewhat antiquated hardware (comparatively speaking, Intel's 1st generation 14nm process node, not 14nm++++++), and I just wanted to make sure that you were aware of that. Viel Gl√ľck!
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    Required reacted to kimsejin5 in Does anyone here own a HP Microserver "Gen10 Plus"   
    You could slam something together yourself for a lot cheaper than what you'd get from HPE or Dell EMC, if this is just a sandbox or testing server. Here's a sample buildout:
    Chassis: Norco RPC-4224 or iStarUSA D-300L Power supply: A quality power supply from FSP or Athena Power Motherboard: Supermicro MBD-X11SCA-F-O (server part manufacturers are awful at naming things) Processor: Intel Xeon E-2224 RAM: 16GB of ECC memory from a reputable manufacturer, like Crucial or Kingston Drives: depends on your needs
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    Required got a reaction from GhostRoadieBL in What should I keep in mind when I buy a new Server Rack?   
    Thanks for the replay. I dont need a Drawer I sit in the same Room.
    I use my USB Flashlite and there is a stationary light.
    I buy stuff from the German Chinese Company called "Delock".
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    Required reacted to GhostRoadieBL in What should I keep in mind when I buy a new Server Rack?   
    the one thing I always forget is to get a server drawer, keep things like spare network patch cables, a USB mouse, cheap multimeter, screwdriver, all the random junk you never think about needing when you go down to troubleshoot something and end up walking up and down the stairs when you just want to focus on the fix. 
     
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1395811-REG/auray_dled6_rm_rack_mount_dual_6.html
    LED gooseneck lights on a rackmoount bracket, you can build much better ones from reading lights and a rack blank cover for 20$, I put them on both sides, finding USB ones is even better so as long as the UPS is up you have light. 
     
     https://www.amazon.ca/Smilife-Cable-Adhesive-Holder-Office/dp/B08FY8YW4N?ref_=Oct_s9_apbd_onr_hd_bw_bAbXQ7v&pf_rd_r=BK54AYVP0CWR9ZDZNR1V&pf_rd_p=687671fb-619c-5cce-9fe6-4c46bf474107&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-10&pf_rd_t=BROWSE&pf_rd_i=9716018011
    I find cable tie downs are more useful than channels and keep runs more organized
     
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    Required got a reaction from Results45 in I've wanted this for years.. (SPONSORED)   
    Thats why I got this:

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    Required got a reaction from smxSmiles in ROG Rig Reboot 2020 is HERE!   
    Thanks for living in a Country who are not eligible! ūü§¨
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    Required reacted to Yash raj in ROG Rig Reboot 2020 is HERE!   
    Is this US and CANADA only.
    I have been waiting for this for 3 years and I want a rig reboot , I am from INDIA.
    Please help and make it global.
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    Required got a reaction from Muhammad2126 in ROG Rig Reboot 2020 is HERE!   
    Thanks for living in a Country who are not eligible! ūü§¨
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