I have created a page called CSS. I published this page as PHP. This page contains the elements which I want to be constant on my website. The link to this page is http://www.quicktrainer.biz/css.php.
Next, I have numerous pages I wish to publish. I have published one page, http://www.quicktrainer.biz/index.php, and it has an HTML box included on the page which has the following code:
So, my issues are as follows:
You all have always been so helpful in the past. I have no doubt someone will lead me down the path to success with these issues.
- My index.php page has several text boxes, and an html box (for my Twitter badge). The text boxes change from page to page and I only wish to have the Twitter badge show up on the index page. The issue is, the text boxes and Twitter badge are not showing up. They are seemingly being covered up by the CSS.PHP page. I have tried bringing the text and HTML boxes to the front. I have also tried sending the elements on the CSS.PHP page to the back, to no avail. How do I resolve this issue?
- I have a current website, http://www.quicktrainer.biz, which makes up the overall look and feel I am now attempting to capture using PHP from #1 above. Am I correct in thinking I need to publish both the CSS and Index page as PHP? If so, how do I replace, what is currently http://www,quicktrainer.biz, with http://www.quicktrainer.biz/index.php, but naming it http://www.quicktrainer.biz? Is that confusing or what? Again, how do I resolve this issue?
- You will notice, on the pages http://www.quicktrainer.biz or http://www.quicktrainer.biz/index.php, there is a video, which is currently using Quick Time. This page seems to being loading slower than I care for, and it seems to stem from the qt video format. Would using a flash player allow this page to load faster? I've been playing around a little with trying to get a flash player to work, but no success yet (the key word being "yet"). Any suggestions?