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Spydre452 last won the day on January 6

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  1. Obviously I'm oblivious to the DMS, I'd just suggest holding some sort of professional manner when writing publicly otherwise people may think twice about doing business with you, just saying. And don't forget you set the price for your mod so any downfalls on the listed price sits on your shoulders, it's not the responsibility of the buyers to front the difference in their own time. The bit about hero's, sometimes you come across like your batman to Gotham so to speak. Your mod ideas are good, in depth but from an outside pov your service seems to be hindered by your communication.
  2. I'll have to agree with @Karma on this, especially as it's a paid mod - okay you spent the time developing it, but with the attached price, that should include some sort of healthy attitude and support. I'd also strongly advise you reassess your communication format and do treat a person with respect, considering they've just supported your dev by purchasing your mod. And Sim, there are a few people on here that are fluent and accurate at coding with very minimal, if any, errors - you're not the only "hero" on this forum. A little manners cost nothing. That's just my though
  3. Go to line 91 and remove the ` or if it belongs to a query make sure every field is surrounded by ` tags, likely there's an opening but not a close
  4. Hey these are decent, I like.how the background images work as a visual towards the actual achievement. The only thing is suggest is to align the text center both vertically and horizontally.. ie, x crimes success/fail has much more space at the bottom than it does the top.. Other than that, j think they'd compliment a game very well
  5. Okay if you apply a class name to the div above, you can use something like; selector:pseudo-class { property: value; } for example, you pseudo class will be before, add; content:''; background:URL(path here); background-size etc This should work, if not I can pay closer attention when I finish work 6pm gmt
  6. If I've understood correctly, wrap that part in a div then apply a background colour of #CCC
  7. I've recently amended mine for my own little project, maybe able to help - although it cause quite a headache 😅
  8. I can give you a hand later tonight phntmst#2867
  9. I fail to see how my comment was negative? You hazard a guess and complained that no one likes the idea (4 posts up), I was only suggesting that a working preview may help sell the idea / understand the idea. Anyhow, goodluck with it, hope your guess on interest turns around.
  10. A working preview maybe better to help sell the idea
  11. That's actually quite cool 😅 I just assumed MCC was sort of the generic first base here, from being CE and hooked w MCC since the beginning. I suppose we all have our starting point. I'll look into that, still to OP - offer to any help/guidance still stands 😊
  12. Likely, but the foundations of a tbg are set in MCC, which will help to provide a better understanding from the initial start - don't lie to yourself, it's where we all (majority of) started from - and as mccrap as it's referred to, I for one wouldn't be in the field of development if it wasn't for MCC to help me start. Plus, any bullshit code can be improved simply by reading around the subject topics on PHP manuals and applying new logic/security.
  13. I'd suggest starting w MCC and learning the foundations first. Feel free to msg me for any guidance or help 😊
  14. Spydre452

    JS get tr ID

    Very true, my bad - kind of got carried away there 😅
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