What is the best way for someone without HTML knowledge (and no wish to learn) to make simple edits to an existing website? We used to use Adobe Contribute -- are there cheaper alternatives? [more inside]
posted by Idcoytco
on Aug 18, 2008 -
Anyone know anything at all about Adobe GoLive's use of -type HTML tags? Its insertion of these tags around dates, places, etc is causing extra spaces to pop up, throwing off proper punctuation and basically just making copytext look bad.[more inside]
posted by cyrusdogstar
on Jan 9, 2007 -
When converting HTML pages to Acrobat files using Adobe Acrobat Standard, it automatically puts the URL of the page in a footer on each page of the created .pdf. How do I stop it from doing this?
posted by Framer
on Aug 2, 2006 -
How to fully protect an Adobe pdf? I want to post an exam temporarily on the net for my class, and I'm using Adobe Pro 7.0's security functions to disable editing and printing functions (so students can't easily print and circulate the exam). The doc can still be saved, however. Adobe forums seem to have no idea how to disable the SAVE pdf function....
posted by rexruff
on Mar 15, 2006 -
CSS/Flash Filter: I'm working on a mockup for a new company website, and I'm not particularly experienced with Flash. The page that I'm working on has a CSS generated menu that when it pops up, comes up under the flash applet. Please excuse the poor coding...
posted by jackofsaxons
on Jan 20, 2005 -
I've got a Flash file banner, and an HTML equivalent, with the requirement that people without Flash don't get asked to install it and just get the HTML version... [more inside]
posted by holloway
on Jun 21, 2004 -