Hacking around sound cancellation on Google+ and Skype: Two tier question here about a related problem. Firstly, a way to sidetrack the software audio limits of a Google+ Hangout. Secondly, a way to stop Skype from cancelling out audio from one half of a conversation. [more inside]
How do I expose invisible characters in web forms? [more inside]
What is your favorite free html/css gui editor? [more inside]
What are some good tech-centric temp agencies in L.A.? [more inside]
Looking for a way to allow people to schedule their vet appointments via the web. [more inside]
I would like to write my own HTML/CSS editor. What would be the best way to go about it? (more inside) [more inside]
How can I strip out extraneous CSS rules from my stylesheets? [more inside]
What WYSIWYG HTML / Web page Editor will you recommend? [more inside]
This is kind of an embarassing question. Is there any decent cheap or shareware software for building basic websites? I know how to edit HTML pretty well, and even tinker with CSS to get it to do what I want, but I don't know how page structure/architecture really works. I want to build a very basic website where I can have an inaccessible image/media folder (to serve to my Blogger-hosted blog, which I'll eventually migrate to a subdomain) and just a few pages of text. All I get from the controls where my domain name is hosted (GoDaddy) is an IP address and a login. After that it's up to me, evidently.
Is there a good free product installs on a webpage to allow updates through the browser without knowledge of HTML?
Is there a good, free product out there that I can install on a friend's webpage so he can update HTML files through his browser and not have to know any HTML? (details inside) [more inside]
Is there a free/cheap family-tree program (for the PC) that outputs in ascii text (with dashes, pipe-symbols, etc. as the connectors between people) or HTML format?