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PLEASE help with this test?

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I've been a project manager for the past several years, and my programming
chops are a bit rusty, so I'm soliciting help for a programming test for a
job. (I don't feel at all dishonest for doing this because, frankly, I would
have absolutely no compunctions about asking my betters for help if I were
actually on the job.) I've been out of work for nearly 2 years now, and
REALLY need this job, so any help would be immensely appreciated!

Here's the test:

http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevte...-coding-1.html

http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevtest/site-eval-1.html

http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevtest/html-code-1.html

http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevte...pt-form-1.html

Thanks in advance.

Joe

P.S. I HAVE done this stuff in the past, and am confident that it will all
come back to me once I get into it.

Feb 26 '07 #1
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Joe Befumo wrote:
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Here's the test:

http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevte...-coding-1.html
http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevtest/site-eval-1.html
http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevtest/html-code-1.html
http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevte...pt-form-1.html
Joe,

Are you aware, that is, do you care that all of these pages contain web
beacons?

GL
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John
Feb 26 '07 #2

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web beacons?
"John Hosking" <Jo**@DELETE.Hosking.name.INVALIDwrote in message
news:45**********@news.bluewin.ch...
Joe Befumo wrote:

Here's the test:

http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevte...-coding-1.html
http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevtest/site-eval-1.html
http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevtest/html-code-1.html
http://site.solidcactus.com/webdevte...pt-form-1.html

Joe,

Are you aware, that is, do you care that all of these pages contain web
beacons?

GL
--
John

Feb 27 '07 #3

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Joe Befumo wrote:
web beacons?
A.k.a. "Web bugs." Google is your friend (if you let it be):
http://www.google.com/search?lr=&ie=...q=Web%20beacon
Consider, e.g., http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_bug

Executive summary: The beacons help webmasters track visitors.

While you're trying out Google, you might also look at
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...ng&btnG=Search
which describes top-posting, a practice discouraged here. ;-)

good luck!
--
John
Feb 27 '07 #4

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