Things you need to know when your publishing Edit
A perfect example.... Edit
A great example is me in the css. Going back to the software I was going to create (Darkcentral Connect) I was that instead of having six types of Cascading Style sheets, I would combine it in one. So I Copy and pasted all the css files into one huge file (5000 lines of CSS!) and created one huge file called: Ultimate.css. Now when I was going to run the program, I noticed that it didn't work! The iFrame shoutbox was a disaster. None of the functions worked, and worst of all: everything was all spread out, and looked horrible!! So I came up with a plan - instead of screeming to the heavens, I did this:
I ended the CSS file, and then broke it up with a comment. Yeah, you might think it didn't work, and I couldn't do it. I was sitting on my chair just thinking, until I forgot to break a few lines of code up. So I tried a break, but nothing worked. I added a comment and put some tag (I really can't remember) that ended the css. After the ending tag, I started the css again from a new start tag (after the comment line break) and started the next section again. Now I wasted my week thinking so hard, but I accomplished so many things: Thinking of the user, a new problem to fix, and something interesting when I was REALLY bored as hell.
When something doesn't work Edit
Now the thing I overlooked is the file having the right code. I took the wrong code, and that's the whole reason I didn't work. The problem was that I didn't read everything to full to get it over with, and then when I looked over, I was too bored because I never thought this would be the problem. So when you have a problem, always look over and test because the part you over look, is the most often solution to your problem. So remember, revise and test - it helps. I just finished the comments box and ready to announce and bring it live on September 1st. Get ready people, because Darkcentral is a new mode....... So times are wasting, find out soon about Darkcentral Connect. We are creating a page very soon.