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I just asked my first question on stackoverflow and I'm really impressed that my question seems to be answered sufficiently already! See:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/221307/width-of-an-element-accounting-for-quirks-mode-in-javascriptWidth of an element accounting for quirks mode in javascript?

The issue I have is that the last two answers combined would provide the most complete answer. What's the proper way to go about combining them, marking the question answered, and giving credit where credit is due?

Thanks big time guys for saving us all from experts exchange hell!

Edit: Wow, 5 responses in 5 minutes. I think what makes the most sense is that I create my own answer out of the two. I don't think the second part of my question was answered though.

What is the proper way to give credit to the 2 answers that I'm combining? Is an upvote for each sufficient?

I just asked my first question on stackoverflow and I'm really impressed that my question seems to be answered sufficiently already! See:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/221307/width-of-an-element-accounting-for-quirks-mode-in-javascript

The issue I have is that the last two answers combined would provide the most complete answer. What's the proper way to go about combining them, marking the question answered, and giving credit where credit is due?

Thanks big time guys for saving us all from experts exchange hell!

Edit: Wow, 5 responses in 5 minutes. I think what makes the most sense is that I create my own answer out of the two. I don't think the second part of my question was answered though.

What is the proper way to give credit to the 2 answers that I'm combining? Is an upvote for each sufficient?

I just asked my first question on stackoverflow and I'm really impressed that my question seems to be answered sufficiently already! See:

Width of an element accounting for quirks mode in javascript?

The issue I have is that the last two answers combined would provide the most complete answer. What's the proper way to go about combining them, marking the question answered, and giving credit where credit is due?

Thanks big time guys for saving us all from experts exchange hell!

Edit: Wow, 5 responses in 5 minutes. I think what makes the most sense is that I create my own answer out of the two. I don't think the second part of my question was answered though.

What is the proper way to give credit to the 2 answers that I'm combining? Is an upvote for each sufficient?

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How do I combine two answers to create the best answer on stackoverflow?

I just asked my first question on stackoverflow and I'm really impressed that my question seems to be answered sufficiently already! See:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/221307/width-of-an-element-accounting-for-quirks-mode-in-javascript

The issue I have is that the last two answers combined would provide the most complete answer. What's the proper way to go about combining them, marking the question answered, and giving credit where credit is due?

Thanks big time guys for saving us all from experts exchange hell!

Edit: Wow, 5 responses in 5 minutes. I think what makes the most sense is that I create my own answer out of the two. I don't think the second part of my question was answered though.

What is the proper way to give credit to the 2 answers that I'm combining? Is an upvote for each sufficient?