Bill

Springvale, VIC, Australia

Bill has just completed his Masters by Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Wollongong. His research topic was in Lattice Based Cryptography.

Bill is currently working as a sub-contractor for small companies and organisations developing desktop and/or web-based applications.

Apr
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awarded Popular Question
Feb
15
awarded Notable Question
Jan
27
awarded Critic
Jan
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comment How do I enable ctfmon.exe under Windows 7 Professional
Thanks Ahmed but I eventually solved the problem by reinstalling Windows 7 Professional for other reasons....
Jan
27
comment How do I enable ctfmon.exe under Windows 7 Professional
Obviously, you have not read the question in more detail part, where I specifically state that running ctfmon.exe at the command prompt has no effect. Nevertheless, I resolved the problem by reinstalling Windows 7 Professional for other reasons....
Oct
22
awarded Yearling
Sep
8
comment Problem loading php56 instead of php5 under MacPorts
Just to let you know that I have solved the problem. The reason phpinfo() showed the old MAMP configuration is because (for some unknown reason) the 'old' Apache2 server was running in the background, which is probably why I could not manually start the Apache2 server by executing sudo /opt/local/apache2/bin/apachectl start at the command prompt. This issue was resolved by stopping the Apache2 server of the 'old' MAMP configuration, then loading the Apache2 server via the Mac port command.
Sep
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asked Problem loading php56 instead of php5 under MacPorts
Aug
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awarded Nice Answer
Aug
25
comment Difficulty positioning images using CSS
P.S. It would be good if you could include the whole solution/code snippet in the solution, so as to make it easier for the next person experiencing a similar problem. Here's a link to my latest fiddle which may or may not help: jsfiddle.net/vasilios/057v26zv/6
Aug
25
comment Difficulty positioning images using CSS
Thanks for your help! Seems to solve my problem, except that it relies on inline styling to achieve the result. Will look to transfer the inline styling to an external style sheet. Once again, thank you for your help!
Aug
25
comment Difficulty positioning images using CSS
@ShowStopper - Even if I intend to use separate images for different media resolutions? Mind you, I only want to display this header on a full screen resolution. Note that I intend to have cut down versions of the logo displayed for different resolutions. Either way, it seems like somebody has posted an answer which works, except that it relies on inline styling - something that shouldn't be too difficult to fix....
Aug
25
comment Difficulty positioning images using CSS
@ShowStopper - Not possible then?
Aug
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Difficulty positioning images using CSS
Aug
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awarded Custodian
Aug
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comment Difficulty positioning images using CSS
@ShowStopper - Here's a link to the jsFiddle that I have created in my public dashboard. Mind you, I have had to modify the code to take out WordPress/Cherry Framework dependencies. Otherwise, it seems to be behaving exactly like I described. Let me know whether either of you are able to make heads or tails of it. Thanks. jsfiddle.net/vasilios/057v26zv/4
Aug
25
comment Difficulty positioning images using CSS
@ShowStopper - If you are referring to jsFiddle, I'll see what I can do....
Aug
25
comment Difficulty positioning images using CSS
@Amitsingh - Thanks Amit, I have already tried that - makes no difference, unless I am not doing it correctly....
Aug
25
asked Difficulty positioning images using CSS
Aug
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awarded Yearling
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