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MathJax: Space in Formula
To display formulas on my website properly formatted, I am using MathJax. The whol...
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CSS Hacks for the Internet Explorer
In this tip I would like to introduce you to the CSS hacks for the Internet Explorer, with which different CSS rules can be...
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PHP: Date Format for MySQL INSERT
I want to write a date into a DATETIME or TIMESTAMP column of a MySQL table in my database. Which format should I use for...
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XAMPP: Call via HTTPS leads to Error 403 (Access Forbidden)
Recently, I set up a small own server in a virtual machine using XAMPP to test my PHP and MySQL projects locally. Thi...
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HTML: ID and CLASS - What is the difference?
Elements within an HTML document can have both an ID and a class. So, for example, <h1 id="idname"> or <h1...
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CSS: Display li elements side by side
I would like to format the li elements of a ul list with CSS so that they appear next to each other instead of under each...
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Guest: I want to save every image with it's original name. Tried with file.name but it's sending only the last image's file name....
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Stefan Trost: A space is reprsented with a tilde ~ in a MathJax formula. So just write in your formula "number~of~months" if you want to...
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