I want to build a simple (?) HTML form that will generate, from user selections, a line of text that a user can then copy to the clipboard. This would make workflow easier for myself and about a dozen of my colleagues, and also reduce spelling errors. [more inside]
"Undefined" appears at the top of the website? [more inside]
I'm an artist and I haven't updated my web site in about 7 years. I have a lot of content and I want to make sure it's easy to access and understand, and compliant with modern web standards. Is there anything I absolutely positively MUST do/not do? [more inside]
the jsfiddle What I want is the p text to wrap around the dog, and the two side bars to appear on the right side starting from the top. Is this possible? Inside is a plaintext example of what I want. I'd like to make it as responsive as possible. [more inside]
I've recently been involved in working on a project that includes an assessment tool, essentially a questionnaire created in Moodle. The client is having difficulty seeing past the bleakness of the pages without in graphical content so I'm now looking for a Moodle/Web designer. How can I find someone to work with me on this? [more inside]
The videos need to work across all browsers and devices. I'm having a hard time finding good advice. Can you help?
Chrome Browser: When I'm in dev mode and have overrides enabled (for example: "iPhone - iOS 6 / 640x980 / Emulate touch events / CSS media: screen"), Chrome throws a black box over the upper left corner of the web page with status in red text (for example: "Overrides: User-Agent / Device Metrics / Touch / Media") It is omnipresent and unnecessary. How do I turn that black box off? [more inside]
I need a pure CSS navigation menu solution for a static, one page application, the simpler the better. [more inside]
1. Highlight section of web page 2. Right-click 3. See selected source code. Firefox does this. Is there an add-on or technique for doing this in Chrome? Windows.
I used a HTML typography package years ago and can find neither hide nor hair of it any more. It converted HTML to include proper dashes, curly quotes and other typographic elements. It may have been a blogging engine (or included with one). What was it? [more inside]
I am looking for a method of displaying a list item's parent number in a list with nested sublists, in the way sections of a document would be displayed. Example:
... 8. Defining Custom Counter Styles: the ‘@counter-style’ rule 8.1. Counter algorithms: the ‘type’ descriptor 8.1.1. repeating 8.1.2. numeric ...I'd like to use only the ol and li tags and CSS styling, but HTML lists will only display the number of the current node. Thoughts? [more inside]
Tumblr recently switched out their flash-based music player with a new, more mobile-friendly one. That's good, except the new one is devastatingly ugly and has totally different proportions. I'm not even sure it's displaying correctly - the arrow is off-center, the text looks wonky. I have been trying in vain to find ways of fiddling with its attributes, but the ones exposed are very limited. Has anyone else noticed this problem with the look, and has anyone had any success in customizing it? [more inside]
Someone with a simple .HTML/.PHP page and no content management system needs me to put up a "Contact Us" form. In the old days there were a lot of PHP scripts to do this, but I can't tell if any of them are still reliable and secure. Are there any recommendations for one? I'm familiar with all the great ones for Wordpress (Gravity Forms, Contact Form 7) but unfortunately can't use those because this site has no database. [more inside]
On Android, is there a way in any of the available browsers to turn off honoring <meta name = "viewport" content = "initial-scale = x.x, user-scalable = no">? I'm sick of designers that don't want me to zoom in on their preciously designed mobile site.
I've noticed that when I click around the popular Daring Fireball site, there's a brief whitescreen flash in between pages... i.e., the entire browser window turns white for just a moment before the next page loads. Anyone know why? [more inside]
I want to create an intra-company website for my co-workers to rate/review widgets. It will not be a commercial venture. Is there is a free or free-ish way to do this? [more inside]
Know of a good resource for mobile-friendly responsive email templates for html emails? [more inside]
I'm looking for an alternative to Dreamweaver for Mac. I'm really interested only in the html-editing shortcuts. [more inside]
I'm trying to create a webpage that automatically lists all of my favorite blogs by the order in which they were last updated. What is the code that I should use? [more inside]
How do I import tables from HTML into Excel when some cells have multiple lines? [more inside]
Web design question about using the CSS Sprite technique for speeding up page loads, but while hiding part of the background. [more inside]
How would I create a "note", "tip" or "caution" notice box (rough examples) with the syntax provided by Markdown and Google Code? Is there a trick to make this possible?
How do I put my stupid simple Python scripts... on the Internet? [more inside]
I'd like a web designer to style (in CSS) shown/hidden content on our new website. But I'm having trouble finding good examples. [more inside]
Is there a name for this sort of website design/template? [more inside]
Why does Internet Explorer's rendering of my web page change when it is uploaded to the server? How can I troubleshoot/fix it? [more inside]
I am going to teach a Mac user basic HTML. Could you recommend a simple, preferably free, HTML editor for Mac?
Shell scripting gurus! I've got a bash script which works...but I suspect there's a better way to do what I'm trying to do. Am I wrong? [more inside]
I want to learn about programming and making websites. Where to start, and how to proceed from there? [more inside]
What should a web developer read to understand the HTML/CSS usage and best practices that are common on the web today? [more inside]
I've built two HTML validated pages with the same content, but they're hosted in different places and are displaying differently in different browsers. Help? [more inside]
Are there any good books/free online courses/tutorials for learning the basics of graphic design for web sites in particular? [more inside]
[Not-wanting-to-reinvent-the-wheel web filter] looking for a particular way of implementing blog posts onto static site. Please hope me save time. RSS question inside. [more inside]
Is it unreasonable to expect most knowledge workers entering the job market today to have basic HTML knowledge? [more inside]
Where to find good resources for the brave new world of web coding? [more inside]
I would like to build a website using methods similar to those seen on Mint.com, namely graphs, calculations, and interfacing with banking websites. Can anyone tell me what technologies they are using because I'm clueless from square one.
I need a simple way of creating dozens -- even hundreds -- of very simple HTML pages. [more inside]
A way to send multiple HTML files without having to use something as complicated as ZIP. [more inside]
In ColdFusion 7, how do I find every URL in a string containing HTML, and replace them with root-relative versions? [more inside]
I want to remove Sarah Palin from my internet. How can I do this? [more inside]
Gift Filter: Mom wants to be better at the visual part of HTML design (books, software, dvd etc) and Dad is really into investing, Help! [more inside]
This html/css problem has been driving me crazy: in IE, URLs that are coded: <a href="http://www.ecaa.ee/?">www.ecaa.ee</a> are rendered on screen as 'http://www.ecaa.ee/' but as you can see the http is not in the label. Similarly, mailto: links have the 'mailto:' rendered in front of them even though this only appears in the href attribute. It only happens with the associated stylesheet, not if I view the non-styled html doc in IE. It does not happen in any other browser. [more inside]
Having skipped pre-school HTML and CSS, I have no idea how to put two images in my wordpress header. [more inside]