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RikdeVos says

Like oscardog said: $(this).find(‘ul’)

For your second question:
$(".this").click(function() {
   $(this).find("ul")
});
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RikdeVos says

The file you mentioned, does actually have a flash fallback and does work in IE & mobile devices. I actually use that audio player on one of my websites, and it works great.

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RikdeVos says

Just set a class on the first click:

$(document).ready(function() {
   $("a").click(function() {
      if(!$(this).hasClass('clicked')) {
         //place code for first click

         $(this).addClass('clicked') //open link next time
         return false; //prevent from opening link this time
      }
   });
});
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RikdeVos says

Amendment to the list:

1) IE10 A ++
2) Chrome: A+
3) IE9 : A-
4) Firefox: B-
5) Opera: C-
6) Safari: D

Yes, but as we all know, IE10 sometimes crashes :p

I’ve used FF for many years, but since a year ago I started using Chrome because of its speed and features. They’re both good browsers though.

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RikdeVos says

Personally I would advise learning HTML and CSS first before diving into the server-side languages. Secondly I would advise to learn PHP instead of .NET. PHP has a much much larger community and is open source. .NET is very fast and structured, but harder to learn. I think learning .NET online is quite the challenge and you’ll have to buy all the software from Microsoft. After that you should start learning about databases and such. But that’s all relatively easy :)

After you’ve learned the basics, you should just start using it and start working with it. By using it you’ll gain experience and learn the more advanced things over time.

Besides, if you work with PHP you can work on a mac :)

Good luck!!

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RikdeVos says

LOL ! But aren’t IE users suffering enough already ;)

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RikdeVos says

Try here: http://fiverr.com/coderfast/code-psd-to-html-with-w3-validate

It’s only $5, probably within your budget :)

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RikdeVos says

In addition to all the code involved with a WP theme, I’d also love to learn more about web design. Things like web typography, and how to design complete website’s from scratch. Sure, webdesigntuts+ has some good articles/tutorials, but it doesn’t teach you how to design a website yourself or what makes a design look good. I think this would be a great addition to the tuts+ sites and would definitely pay for something like this.

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RikdeVos says

If you want one, just post your email here: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/anyone-in-need-of-a-pinterest-invite/62779?page=18

EDIT : never mind :)

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RikdeVos says

There’s a good tutorial on Wptuts+.

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