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  1. LTomy

    HTML & CSS linear-gradient text for small words

    I see, I do not really understand why it does not work though :/
  2. LTomy

    HTML & CSS linear-gradient text for small words

    Hello ppowell777, What do you mean the change is not complete? Could it be that the text is simply too small for the effect to be seen?
  3. LTomy

    HTML & CSS Positioning | Countdown clock is "blocking" my h1 text (Please help)

    Hi kelloggs_cpt! The title is overlapping when there is not enough space for all the elements inside the page. Did you set a fixed height to <body>? Does it change something if you apply the following styles?: body{ height: auto; min-height: 100%; overflow: auto; }
  4. LTomy

    Python Beginner loop help!

    Hello erestum! You can repeat a set of instructions using the loop 'while': appropriateAnswer = False # Repeats the instructions as long as 'appropriateAnswer' does not equal 'True'. while appropriateAnswer != True #instructions... I do not really code in Python, so about the general...
  5. LTomy

    PHP Hiding a navigation bar.

    Hello gjellis1109! You can do that with CSS. The following will apply the styles only if the screen height is of at least 800px: /* By default, the <nav> is not displayed */ nav{ display: none; } @media only screen and (min-height: 800px) { /* If the height of the screen is at least...
  6. LTomy

    CSS CSS for Google custom search

    Yeah, you have to apply the style only on the text-box ;)
  7. LTomy

    CSS CSS for Google custom search

    Hi henoida, You can set the cursor when it hovers over an element, like that: div:hover{ cursor: text; }
  8. LTomy

    Howdy!

    Good that you enjoy it ;)
  9. LTomy

    C++ Translator

    You mean converting text written on an image into actual text? Or do you mean encrypting a picture?
  10. LTomy

    C++ Translator

    Hi Theunloved! I do not really understand what you seek? A translator for what? p.s. The title of your post and your question are a little too short and vague.
  11. LTomy

    Python Why it doesnt open the file ? if it read the name and extension correctly

    When the path is relative, you must write its path relatively to the position of the script, so in your case it should be '../my_file.txt'. '../' simply means "Go back to the parent folder".
  12. LTomy

    Python Why it doesnt open the file ? if it read the name and extension correctly

    Good ;). But it should work with relative paths as well, is the file located in the same folder as the script?
  13. LTomy

    HTML Why I am I Not Seeing My site code in the WYSIWYG Tab in BlueGriffon?

    I do not know why it does not work, I never used BlueGriffon... Could it be that some elements of the page are not supported? What if you try with a very basic html file?
  14. LTomy

    Python Why it doesnt open the file ? if it read the name and extension correctly

    What if you try giving the full path to the file (Instead of relative)? It seems to be that the file is not found. Is the file side-by-side with the script file?
  15. LTomy

    JavaScript SEO Checker

    I do not really know WordPress. I do not know if there even is a plugin for that :thinking:.
  16. LTomy

    Fun activity Say hello... in a coding language!

    puts("Hello Eshu!");
  17. LTomy

    JavaScript SEO Checker

    102 and 23 !! That is huge! Do you made them yourself or do they come with plugins and things like that? You should merge them together and use something like 5 files each, max.
  18. LTomy

    JavaScript SEO Checker

    By 'reducing the number of CSS and JS files', it probably meant to reduce the number of files for each page by merging them. How many of such files do you have for each page? By the way, with google Chrome, if you go on the page and open the developper tools (Right-click / 'inspect'), you can...
  19. LTomy

    Howdy!

    Welcome GhostDogo ;) You are at the right place!
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