It's pretty easy to break at the moment, but if I spend too much more time on it this week I'll be in trouble with 'er indoors.
If you use it, please let me know if you find any bugs or problems, and feel free to tell staff and students at your school if you think they might want to use it. The address is www.timetableconverter.site40.net
Oh, and if anyone can see why the jquery corners aren't being applied to the footer div I would love to know!
This looks interesting.. i'll mention it to some of our staff see if they would find it useful.. if so i will let you know there feedback.!
Er.. dont know if it is just me.. but dont seem to work in IE7.. although works fine with FF 3
Might just be me though.
I'll be in touch
Nothing happens when you click on 'Step 1' it just takes you to the top of the home page.
Last edited by PEO; 26th August 2008 at 06:00 PM. Reason: IE7 user here too
Works fine for me in FF3, mind you when you click on Step1 whilst it does drag you back to the top, it expands the menu.
Looks clever indeed.
Thanks for all your comments guys. Good old IE7 eh? I made the mistake of assuming it was fine since it looked ok.
I'll do some playing later on and let you know how I get on.
I can see this being quite useful...
Really nice. Looks good in FF3 and safari. Thanks.
sorry just added my thanks forgot to earlier haha!
Anyhow yh i think this is going to be great, sent to out head of ICT see what she thinks and i am sure she will pass it around and get u some good feedback
Could not connect to MySQL: Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES)
In trying to fix the IE problem I seem to have messed up the basic functionality.
I'll let you know when I think it's solved! Until then, it may not be the best idea to pass on the link...
already passed on lol
Dam me for rushing ...
i am sure u will fix it
Good point - another little thing I missed...
Actually, on checking the connection script I'm not using root, just the username supplied by the hosting firm. I don't seem to have priviledges to create new users or databases either, so I think it's just the way they handle MYSQL.
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