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  1. When I save a web page in ie the images are missing? In Firefox i can save the page just fine. In ie all the images have x's in them how can I fix this for clients?
  2. Where can I find that utility to show what all the different browsers are seeing? Thanks
  3. valign ="top", ie wont behave, can someone look at this? http://www.directmail.net the table on the right wont go up in ie it works great in other browser but in ie its floating down causeing the layout to break. Is there a css hack I can do to stop a table from floating down? Thanks for the help in advance
  4. all good information give me some more info.. do you like the logo, how about the nav bar. would you buy from the site? (if the cart worked) what do you think of the text and color scheme? what kinds of things would you want to buy from a feng-shui site? what kinds of things would you want to buy from an interior design site.? if I created a subscription option for the site what would you like to see to pay for?
  5. Hi everyone, I would like to get a review. Please comment on design, layout, content, seo, graphics, etc. Some components are still under production so you dont need to worry about the parts that are not working yet. This will be resolved soon. Thanks in advance. <moderator edit (Tim)> Link to site: http://www.feng-shui-interior-design.com/ </edit> atapi
  6. Thanks for all the suggestions. I recieved the graphic, thanks. Your much more talented with logo type stuff than me. Ill work on it. The page uses all div tags so sometimes stuff does shift a little. I will see what I can do. thanks for the reviews
  7. atapi

    www.flat-screen-tv.org

    Silly question but have you made any money on this so far? I knew a guy who insisted that I set up an amazon affiliate site for books. He never saw a penny. His whole site was a bookstore that went to amazon with his affilate code. I think this only works if you have a site that is topic based and you can offer people a discount on the book I dont think amazon really pays out.
  8. yes please send over your graphic. I was going to put the php on top of the miami but the bad php graphic didnt allow that I found computer palm tree online and converted it to that black palm miami has that art deco look so I was trying to do a mix of that with the look of www.php.net The orange was from the origional template but I am not sure exactly what color I would change that part to.
  9. the www. was not working for the .org domain try http://www.miamiphp.com But it should now be working for both http://www.miamiphp.com and http://www.miamiphp.org
  10. Hi I am making a php usergroup for south florida. just started with the graphics logo. tell me if you like this look. http://www.miamiphp.com
  11. How do I change the order the tab key switches form elements I have a form and when I hit the tab hey I go from the top to the bottom then I goto back to the top and start switching elements. How can I set the order? atapi
  12. atapi

    www.ToDooz.com

    In case anyone needs it. This is the sms email list. You can email almost anyphone by added the merging the telephone number with the gateway address. Service Providers The following text messaging service providers are supported. A1/Telekom Austria (from: 20, msg: 420, total: 420) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent via web gateway. Number must start 43664, 43676, 43699, 43650, 43660, 38640, 38591 or 42379 Alltel (from: 50, msg: 116, total: 116) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@message.alltel.com. Ameritech (ACSWireless) (from: 120, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@paging.acswireless.com Arch Wireless (from: 15, msg: 240, total: 240) Enter your phone number. Sent via http://www.arch.com/message/ (assumes blank PIN) AT&T Wireless (from: 50, msg: 150, total: 150) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@mobile.att.net BeeLine GSM (from: 50, msg: 255, total: 255) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@sms.beemail.ru Bell Mobility Canada (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter your phone number, including the 1 prefix. Goes to number@txt.bellmobility.ca Bellsouth (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@bellsouth.cl BellSouth Mobility (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@blsdcs.net Blue Sky Frog (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@blueskyfrog.com Boost (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@myboostmobile.com Cellular South (from: 50, msg: 155, total: 155) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@csouth1.com CellularOne (Dobson) (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@mobile.celloneusa.com CellularOne West (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@mycellone.com Centennial Wireless (from: 10, msg: 110, total: 110) Enter your phone number. Sent via http://www.centennialwireless.com Cingular (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@mobile.mycingular.com Cingular IM Plus/Bellsouth IPS (from: 100, msg: 16000, total: 16000) Enter 8 digit PIN or user name. Goes to @imcingular.com Cingular IM Plus/Bellsouth IPS Cellphones (from: 100, msg: 16000, total: 16000) Enter phone number. Goes to @mobile.mycingular.com Comviq (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@sms.comviq.se Dutchtone/Orange-NL (from: 15, msg: 150, total: 150) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@sms.orange.nl Edge Wireless (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@sms.edgewireless.com Estonia Mobile Telefon (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Sent via webform. Fido Canada (from: 15, msg: 140, total: 140) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@fido.ca. Golden Telecom (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number or nickname. Messages are sent to number@sms.goldentele.com Idea Cellular (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@ideacellular.net Kyivstar (from: 30, msg: 160, total: 160) Sent by addressing the message to number@sms.kyivstar.net LMT (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120) Sent by addressing the message to number@smsmail.lmt.lv Manitoba Telecom Systems (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) 10-digit phone number. Goes to @text.mtsmobility.com Megafon Moscow (from: 20, msg: 110, total: 110) Enter your phone number. Sent via web form Meteor (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@sms.mymeteor.ie Metro PCS (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) 10-digit phone number. Goes to number@mymetropcs.com Metrocall Pager (from: 120, msg: 120, total: 120) 10-digit phone number. Goes to number@page.metrocall.com MobileOne (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@m1.com.sg Mobilfone (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@page.mobilfone.com Mobility Bermuda (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@ml.bm NBTel (from: 11, msg: 140, total: 140) Enter your phone number. Message is sent to number@wirefree.informe.ca Netcom (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@sms.netcom.no Nextel (from: 50, msg: 126, total: 126) 10-digit phone number. Goes to 10digits@messaging.nextel.com. Note: do not use dashes in your phone number. North-WestGSM Megafon (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Sent via web gateway. NPI Wireless (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@npiwireless.com. NTC (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Sent via web gateway. NTELOS (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120) 10-digit phone number. Goes to 10digits@pcs.ntelos.com. O2 (formerly BTCellnet) (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter O2 username - must be enabled first at http://www.o2.co.uk. Goes to username@o2.co.uk. O2 M-mail (formerly BTCellnet) (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter phone number, omitting intial zero - must be enabled first by sending an SMS saying "ON" to phone number "212". Goes to +44[number]@mmail.co.uk. Optus (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to @optusmobile.com.au Orange (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to @orange.net Oskar (from: 20, msg: 320, total: 320) Enter your phone number. Goes to @mujoskar.cz Other (from: 15, msg: 100, total: 100) If your provider isn't supported directly, enter the email address that sends you a text message in phone number field. To be safe, the entire message is sent in the body of the message, and the length limit is really short. We'd prefer you give us information about your provider so we can support it directly. Pacific Bell Cingular (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) 10-digit phone number. Goes to @mobile.mycingular.com Pagenet (from: 20, msg: 220, total: 240) 10-digit phone number (or gateway and pager number separated by a period). Goes to number@pagenet.net. PCS Rogers (from: 20, msg: 125, total: 125) 10-digit phone number. Sent via web gateway. Personal Communication (Sonet) (from: 20, msg: 150, total: 150) Enter your phone number. Goes to sms@pcom.ru with your number in the subject line. Powertel (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) 10-digit phone number. Goes to number@ptel.net Primtel (from: 20, msg: 150, total: 150) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@sms.primtel.ru PSC Wireless (from: 20, msg: 140, total: 140) Enter your phone number. Goes to number@sms.pscel.com Qualcomm (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter your username. Goes to username@pager.qualcomm.com Qwest (from: 14, msg: 100, total: 100) 10-digit phone number. Goes to @qwestmp.com Safaricom (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Goes to @safaricomsms.com Satelindo GSM (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Goes to @satelindogsm.com SCS-900 (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Goes to @scs-900.ru Simple Freedom (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Goes to @text.simplefreedom.net Skytel - Alphanumeric (from: 15, msg: 240, total: 240) Enter your 7-digit pin number as your number and your message will be mailed to pin@skytel.com Smart Telecom (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to @mysmart.mymobile.ph Smarts GSM (from: 11, msg: 70, total: 70) Enter your phone number. Sent via http://www.samara-gsm.ru/scripts/smsgate.exe Southern Linc (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your 10-digit phone number. Goes to @page.southernlinc.com Sprint PCS (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your 10-digit phone number. Goes to @messaging.sprintpcs.com Sprint PCS - Short Mail (from: 15, msg: 1000, total: 1000) Enter your phone number. Goes to @sprintpcs.com SunCom (from: 18, msg: 110, total: 110) Enter your number. Email will be sent to number@tms.suncom.com. SureWest Communications (from: 20, msg: 200, total: 200) Enter your phone number. Message will be sent to number@mobile.surewest.com T-Mobile Austria (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your number starting with 43676. Email will be sent to number@sms.t-mobile.at. T-Mobile Germany (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your number. Email will be sent to number@T-D1-SMS.de T-Mobile Netherlands (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160) Send "EMAIL ON" to 555 from your phone, then enter your number starting with 316. Email will be sent to number@gin.nl T-Mobile UK (from: 30, msg: 160, total: 160) Messages are sent to number@t-mobile.uk.net T-Mobile USA (from: 30, msg: 160, total: 160) Messages are sent to number@tmomail.net Tele2 Latvia (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) 10-digit phone number. Goes to number@sms.tele2.lv. Telefonica Movistar (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) 10-digit phone number. Goes to number@movistar.net Telenor (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) 10-digit phone number. Goes to number@mobilpost.no. Telia Denmark (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) 8-digit phone number. Goes to number@gsm1800.telia.dk. Telus Mobility (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120) 10-digit phone number. Goes to 10digits@msg.telus.com. TIM (from: 30, msg: 350, total: 350) 10-digit phone number. Goes to number@timnet.com. UMC (from: 10, msg: 120, total: 120) Sent by addressing the message to number@sms.umc.com.ua Unicel (from: 10, msg: 120, total: 120) Sent by addressing the message to number@utext.com US Cellular (from: , msg: 150, total: 150) Enter a 10 digit USCC Phone Number. Messages are sent via http://usc.ztango.com/uscwmss Verizon Wireless (from: 34, msg: 140, total: 140) Enter your 10-digit phone number. Messages are sent via email to number@vtext.com. Verizon Wireless (formerly Airtouch) (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@airtouchpaging.com. This is ONLY for former AirTouch customers. Verizon Wireless customers should use Verizon Wireless instead. Verizon Wireless (myairmail.com) (from: 34, msg: 140, total: 140) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent via to number@myairmail.com. Vessotel (from: 20, msg: 800, total: 800) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to roumer@pager.irkutsk.ru. Virgin Mobile UK (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@vxtras.com. Virgin Mobile USA (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@vmobl.com. Vodacom (from: 15, msg: 140, total: 140) Enter your 10 digit phone number. Messages are sent via Vodacom's web gateway. Vodafone Italy (from: 20, msg: 132, total: 132) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@sms.vodafone.it Vodafone Japan (Central) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@c.vodafone.ne.jp Vodafone Japan (Higashi) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@h.vodafone.ne.jp Vodafone Japan (Tokyo) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to number@t.vodafone.ne.jp Vodafone Spain (from: 20, msg: 90, total: 90) Enter your username. Messages are sent to username@vodafone.es Vodafone UK (from: 20, msg: 70, total: 90) Enter your username. Messages are sent to username@vodafone.net Voicestream (from: 15, msg: 140, total: 140) Enter your 10-digit phone number. Message is sent via the email gateway, since they changed their web gateway and we have not gotten it working with the new one yet. Weblink Wireless (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160) Enter your phone number. Goes to @airmessage.net WyndTell (from: 20, msg: 480, total: 500) Enter username/phone number. Goes to @wyndtell.com
  13. atapi

    www.ToDooz.com

    Well cute design but most webmail systems have todo lists and you can set alerts. The main feature I could see you offering is that you could do phone alerts. Why would you need to charge for sms messages? To send an sms all you do is email 5555551212@att.wireless.net. You dont need to charge for that. I have a list of all the email addresses for all the phone providers if you need them. All you would need to do is make a drop down for phone provider and a text box for their phone number. Run a cron job to automate a phpscript that sends out the alerts daily or hourly. If you are trying to build a service to charge people for reminders. You might want to do a birthday site and a Holiday site. Register with your birthday, give us your friends email list, and we will email everyone you submit asking them for their birthday, everyone who signs up will get your birthday to there phone and you will get theirs. I like the cartoony work. It looks like you put alot of work into a good look and feel.
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