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Where is the metal Id tag on Tumi luggage?
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Asked in Birds
When you buy a bird at a pet store why do they have a metal strap on their foot?
Asked in Domestic Dogs
How do you put on a dog ID?
Every dog should wear a collar. On most collars there is a metal piece where the ID tags should be attatched. Separate the metal coil on the ID tag and twist it around until the ring is secure on the collar. This is also where the county ID tag will go. It is also a very good idea to have your pet microchipped. A small microchip is inserted under the skin of the animal. If the pet is lost all county pounds and vets have scanners that will scan over the pet's chip and display his vital information, including owner's name and address.
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
Where can one get customized metal asset tags made?
Asked in Chevy Tahoe
Where is the id tag for 96 Tahoe rear differential?
Asked in Entertainment & Arts
What is the dog tag layout for Spartans in the UNSC?
Asked in HTML
What is the correct HTML for making a text area?
Asked in Auto Parts and Repairs
How can you identify what model ramsey winch you have without to id tag?
Asked in HTML
What is the correct tag for making a hyperlink?
The anchor tag is the proper tag (actually, the only tag) to use to create a hyperlink. The tag looks like this. <a href="linked_file.ext">The link text</a> You can also include images in the link, and a few other HTML elements. The href parameter mean "hypertext reference" and has to contain the address of the file you want to link to. You can link to any file, although URLs for HTML files are the most commonly used. The anchor tag can also be used to create "jump links" within a given page. To do that, you'd assign the anchor tag an ID, and then use another anchor tag to point at #ID. For instance: <a id="jumpTarget"></a> Then elsewhere in the same document: <a href="#jumpTarget">Jump to the Target</a> You can also jump to that specifc part of a page from another page by appending the #ID bit to the end of the URL.
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What might authorities ask to see when crossing an international border?
Asked in Disney Theme Parks, Disney
Where are the engraved Disney pet id tag machines located at the Magic Kingdom?
The Disney ID. tag machines can usually be found along Main Street inside the stores. But the ID. machine at Downtown Disney on the Westside is available without having to purchase a ticket to a theme park. Across from Disney's Candy Cauldron the ID. tag machine can be found year round. It is possible one might be found around the World of Disney or the Team Mickey. Once inside a parks or at Downtown Disney, Guest Services can tell you where the ID. machines are located.
Is your User ID your account name?
No, your ID when you contribute anonymously (without an account) on WikiAnswers is not your account name. It is just a temporary identification tag that allows others to see contributions made by unregistered users. When you sign up, you can choose your account name, and the ID is just a temporary identification tag to see the contributions of anonymous contributors.
Will a dealership make a key for your car if you provide the VIN number and ID you locked your keys in the car?
Asked in Plastics and Polymers
What companies will produce a plastic badge for an ID?
What is the difference between the Class attribute and the ID attribute in HTML and CSS?
In HTML, the class attribute is an identifier used on one or more elements on a web page. On the other hand and ID is an identifier that is unique and applies to only one element instance. In other words, a class can appear on multiple elements throughout a single document whereas an ID can be used once and only once in the document. In CSS, a class selector is declared using the dot symbol (for example .class-name) whereas an ID selector is declared with an octothorpe (#) symbol (for example #id-name).