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About Clooth

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  • Birthday 06/25/1990

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  1. Did some dungeoneering today (working my way to that sighted maple bow!), but got bored, got members and now I just died at rock crabs.. *runs back to grave*
  2. Ohh replies! Thanks! I tried my luck at PKing and managed to get a few mage kills but thats it.. rangers are really strong these days. :/
  3. Feel free to also give me suggestions on how threads like this can be made more interesting or better in general. :)
  4. Introduction: I've never been much of a combat-savvy guy, even less a Player Killer. I decided to give it a try and created Zenling, which is an in-progress pure character that I will use to PK with (with no success most likely). Current Stats (Combat 46): 40/40 Attack 47/70 Strength 1/1 Defence 41/?? Constitution 32/80 Ranged 44/44 Prayer 42/80 Magic 16/?? Summoning (For p2p combat levels to access training areas) Latest: January 10th: 44-46 Strength 31-32 Ranged 40-42 Magic (42) 1-44 Prayer (3, 14, 32, 34, 38, 43, 44) 15-21 Dungeoneering January 9th: 40 Attack ( Picture) 33-44 Strength ( Picture, Picture, Picture, Picture, Picture, 44) 33-35 Constitution ( Picture) 2-30 Ranged ( Picture, Picture, Picture, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26) Will try to keep this topic updated as often as possible. :) I will be adding pictures of PK-attempts and other random things as I get there. If you have any tips for F2P PKing or anything else, please let me know ;)
  5. If it is not private, your address, phone number, and other personal information(used to register domain) , is listed for public viewing. So what? My domains aren't private.
  6. Not that I can see... Anyway, I checked, and you're right. Dunno what I was thinking... Hmm, I must have the reply form open at my work laptop still then. Haha :D I thought so, but it's ok, I still love you.
  7. It's not deprecated. + $_SERVER['REQUEST_TIME'] is not the same as time(), since the REQUEST_TIME variable is the timestamp of the start of the request, not the current time. There can be differences between the two. Edit: <?php sleep(5); echo 'Time: '. time() .'<br />'; echo 'Request time: '. $_SERVER['REQUEST_TIME']; This most likely has no effect on your type of use, but I figured I'd point it out anyway. When the accuracy wanted in the action you are saving is high, use time().
  8. Something like this? http://labs.sig.ly/rand/layout.tipit.html HTML: <div id="wrapper"> <div id="header">navigation bar</div> <div id="content"> Content </div> <div id="advertisement"> advertisement </div> </div> CSS: html, body { margin: 0; padding: 0; } body { text-align: center; } #wrapper { background-color: yellow; margin: 10px auto; position: relative; text-align: left; width: 760px; } #header { background-color: red; height: 100px; width: 760px; } #content { background-color: blue; width: 760px; } #advertisement { background-color: green; height: 480px; width: 200px; position: absolute; top: 100px; right: -200px; }
  9. Why is it such a big deal if your domain is registered as private or not?
  10. HTML5 indeed is a very intriguing and promising technology, but it is still too early to start stuffing everything HTML5 onto your websites.
  11. Well I haven't had time for many personal projects lately, but at work I've been working on a Nokia Web Runtime (WRT for short) widget for the service this company offers. We released successfully to Nokia Ovi Store yesterday (or a few days ago, who knows). I wish I had more time for hobby projects, as I'm an avid web developer and ui designer, I can't help myself to write 5 lines of random snippets every day but not really achieving everything.
  12. You can easily do this with jQuery. First, have the IMG element have ID attribute with the name of your choosing, then have a list of links (A) that have the link/source of the image contained within an attribute like REF. <img id="blah" src="http://www.iconarchive.com/icons/deleket/halloween-avatars/256/Scream-icon.png" /> <ul id="blah-links"> <li><a href="#" rel="http://img159.imageshack.us/img159/3129/worldsfinest6as.jpg">Image 1</a></li> <li><a href="#" rel="http://avatarfarm.com/avatarimages/cartoons/calvinhobbesavatar.jpg">Image 2</a></li> <li><a href="#" rel="http://avatarfarm.com/avatarimages/animatedimages/dancingcactusavatar.gif">Image 3</a></li> <li><a href="#" rel="http://avatarfarm.com/avatarimages/people/facelessavatar.gif">Image 4</a></li> </ul> Use jQuery's event binding methods to grab all the links and just simply change the SRC attribute of the IMG tag which has the ID. <script type="text/javascript"> // Run the following code only when the document is "read", as in loaded completely. $(document).ready(function() { // Take the list element (ul) with the id "blah-links", then it's link (a) elements, and bind a click event to all of them $('#blah-links a').bind('click', function() { // Take the image element which had the "blah" id attribute, and change its attribute called "src" to the "rel" attribute of the link you just clicked. $('#blah').attr('src', $(this).attr('rel')); // Prevent the link from executing it's original behaviour (taking you to the linked page, which in this case is only an anchor, and wouldn't go anywhere) return false; }); }); </script> Here's an example using an online tester application: http://jsfiddle.net/2bJrv/ More information about jQuery and it's click events: http://api.jquery.com/click/ http://api.jquery.com/attr/ http://api.jquery.com/ -- Hope I didn't misunderstand your problem. If you have any further questions or problems, ask and I'll be happy to help you out. ;)
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