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    Dean,

    Since I do not have my resource pages any more (I know...someday I will redo them ) I cannot find the link to your CSS tutorials?????

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    Ah.

    I re-did them to make them pretty

    http://css.somepeople.net

    Once I have snipersOwn up and running, I will be adding some more advanced stuff to here, but as it is, its a pretty good intro to css.
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    Much better the fading background of previous made it difficult to read.

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    Wow Dean..

    Those look really nice

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    Nice

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    haha guess it's my job to say 'it looks sweet' too

    but you already knew that...

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    Looks good.

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    *blush* cheers peeps
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    Originally posted by QuietDean
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    How's SniperOwnz coming?

    Quick Question Dean,

    A little off topic, but what do you use when you write your PHP Code?

    I have been using Zend Studio 2.5 lately, and It seems worth purchasing.

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    I use textpad, just a plain text editor, really. www.textpad.com

    Pretty good, though.

    I tried using something built for php, adds all you ';' signs and you '}' signs...just annoyed me in the end...
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    Originally posted by QuietDean
    I use textpad, just a plain text editor, really. www.textpad.com

    Pretty good, though.

    I tried using something built for php, adds all you ';' signs and you '}' signs...just annoyed me in the end...
    I really suggest Zend Studio 2.5

    It's a evaluation license till June,

    http://www.zend.com/store/beta.php

    I love it so far..


    Doesn't add any of the extra stuff

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    Hmm.might give that a go.

    What I would find useful is a php editor with a 'preview pane' that executes php. The entire world mwould find this useful.

    Hmm. I am starting to learn C++, so maybe it will be my first project...
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    I won't be able to learn C++ until the fall or spring semesters
    But if your really planning to make one, you know before hand it will be a... a massive project right haha

    If you don't have the code written 6 months from now... be sure to tell me Then I can help If you want...

    I use PHPEdit... unfortunetly it does add the endings for " ' " and ' " ' and " { " But some of the time it's helpful, but when your debugging it's annoying, writing the script ti's helpful



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