- From: "Paul Lautman" <paul.lautman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 12:11:43 +0100
Richard Cornford wrote:
lots of blah blah blah snipped
Many of the constructs that you criticised were inserted by pressing the
appropriate buttons in HTML-Kit. This may not make them correct, but it is
how they were created in order to help the OP quickly.
Whilst very informative, your post lacked a clear set of lines stating
exactly how to do it (less is more).
I hadn't put the elements into a form as I was just testing approaches to
see what happened, otherwise I would have referenced the form object. When
someone asks how to do something, I try to point them into the right general
direction so that they can start to learn. I don't tend to write a complete
bullet proof web site.
The OP could copy the elements from my post and have something working to
play with in seconds. Picking the relevant stuff from your one would not be
You seem to be suggesting that no one should attempt to help anyone on a
USENET newsgroup unless they are an acknowledged expert and have covered
every possible base before posting. Sorry to disappoint you but that isn't
the way this works. You wouldn't have enough time in your life to write full
critiques of every post that wasn't 100% the proper way to do things. This
doesn't stop them from being very helpful to others.
Imagine if every question resulted in a 1000 word essay on the dos and
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