I think what Frankie is trying to say is that your requests for assistance are unorganized, and therefore it makes it difficult to assist you. Going through the few threads you've created, as well as researching your issues, it makes it difficult to pinpoint what you're having troubles with as well as identify any potential resolution. It also seems that you are posting your code/issue in different posts on a thread. You should try to combine everything into the original post, rather than making another post after creating a thread. For myself, I don't view threads to help people if I see they have a 1 in the posts instead of a 0... it's usually an indicator someone else is helping them and it's not polite to try to help over someone else (this obviously isn't always true, but it is a good practice that once someone is helping someone, don't step in to take over unless you have something really useful to add).
You should take some time to review good posting practices, ensure that you are including all important details, organize your threads with sections, include a reasonable description of the issue and what you would like the resolution to result in, as well as any links, things you have tried yourself, and always include relevant code snippets (if you have to cut it down, that's a good practice, if the person helping you needs more then that's when you can expand).
Additionally, the title of your thread can greatly affect its assistance. Users help generally based on personal knowledge or if they believe they can resolve it in whatever time they have available to provide assistance. Ensuring that your title has a well thought out descriptive text can make a lot of difference versus a vague title. Consider the following:
!!!need help with layout!!!
versus Proportionate HTML positioning on browser resize
The first thread is yours, and the second is another I grabbed. Not only is the title easy to understand, but his thread is also well worded to let us know the issue and the result he wants.
To summarize, help us to help you. No one here will attempt to figure out what you're trying to do unless you put forth the effort to ask for help in a way we can understand.