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BinQ

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Hello I am new to this whole PHP designing. Can you tell me what to search on
when im going to find a tutorial on how to make a design that streches when i
write more and more...

I also want to find a PHP script that makes me able to update my web page directly
using the web-browser.

Hope any1 of you can help me with finding a tutorial and scrip for these.

regards, Martin

PS: Sorry for bad English... Im from Norway :tazz:
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Try searching google.

They might have some good pages and there are bound to be free tutorials!

Type stuff like...

php script to update my website through my browser
web design which stretches as i add

things like that.

let me know how you get on! :tazz:
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I'm not too sure I follow what you are wanting to do...Do you want to use a WCM like PHPnuke or PostNuke?? That's the best "starting" spot for PHP.

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I can try to use one of them :) But i heard from a guy called "imheretohelp" that it was
tables in HTML i was looking for. so that the design was streching when i was typing.. But i didnt understand how i was supposed to combine tables and design :S help me if you can :) if not i can test it a litle out of my own :tazz:

Regards, Martin
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Tables don't stretch when your content gets longer. Div layers are what you need (I think...I'm still not exactly sure what you mean)
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I'm sure we can help you (one or two of us at least) if you tell us exactly what ur looking for. Then we'll know who would best fit your needs :tazz:

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Im looking for tutorials or a person that can help me learning a web-design that gets longer when the text space i allredy have is full. So instead of getting a scrollbar innside the design i get it outside like the one on this page ( and not like in Iframe ). The only way i can think of is to make a horizontal slice if the design and put the slice again and again downward. like on this picture. if that is ny design and i type in MUCH text it will stech. U know now what i mean??

Regards, Martin

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Edited by BinQ, 04 October 2005 - 06:34 AM.

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If you can afford to lose the bottom border (that silver and blue one), make a 1 pixel (or 5px or whatever you want, as long as it's not too tall) tall slice of the picture and use that as a repeating background. If you don't want to lose the bottom border, you can still use that and put the border on with absolute positioning, but that means changing the positioning each time you add more text.

Edited by lil_cat_luver, 04 October 2005 - 05:13 PM.

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i shal try that :tazz: thnx
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