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AndyPSV
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How to make here (with usage of this script): http://rcdrugs.com/help
action, that if I put into browser URL: http://rcdrugs.com/help/10

The question 10 would expand?
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the problem is that nobody exactly knows how to fix site on IE, I've posted several times - everywhere; asked too on EE, but nothing

could you tell me only what to do to: Then when you're displaying the questions, just change the display using $questionNumber.

where do it? don't see in js
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It's hard to say without seeing the code. What is the problem with IE?

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fixed ;-)
forgot to delete appropriate line, thanks btw

try now
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Hmmm, after looking at the site and seeing what it sells, I'm not surprised that you haven't gotten a response yet. Some of what that site sells is illegal in the US, so people probably don't want to associate with it. It's nothing personal, but that's the limit of my help, as well.

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I don't sell to USA.
Besides I'm doing second site and for it I need help - redkr.com, a social site.
This is only the example of the code.

IE errors were fixed, all. Thought before that something left, but as you see - It's working :-) FINALLY!
Please help me, I need this to do to my new social site - redkr,com, seriously.

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BTW. what I sell is legal in US, but I don't ship to US to avoid problems; all substances are legal.
Furthermore, you're the first person on EE which said something about the content of the site... so

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my 2p's worth...

When providing help on here there should be no discrimination about the content... it really does'nt affect if we should help or not imho.

However, if helping otu while at work it is/would be good to know if something is work-safe to open :) if not wait till @ home.
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