I've replaced Gmail with Fastmail, thanks to AskMe. Now, do you have a calendar suggestion? Preferably something with an Android app, that I can import events from my Google calendar, and with similar ease-of-use. thanks!
I'm looking for a calendar widget that I could embed on a Blackboard site. [more inside]
During this holiday break I'm going to be purchasing a domain name and migrating a University department's WordPress.com blog over to either WordPress.org or Blogger. I need help deciding which (Wordpress.org or Blogger) will be the best way to go based on the blog's needs and the capabilities of its authors. [more inside]
A colleague is looking for a calendar to use on their training company's web site. They would like to pull from a PHP-driven database of their course outlines to display the course names on the appropriate dates in the calendar, with a link for each course listing on that date that would display the full course outline to the user when clicked. One or more courses could be offered on any given date. Is there a customizable product that you would recommend for the job, or are they looking at contracting someone to build this from scratch?
Which websites use a "buy a day in our calendar to advertise" model? I can think of Unicorn Booty and I Wear Your Shirt, and I vageuly remember one from a few years ago but can't recall now.
What's the right software to maintain and display a calendar of relatively infrequent future events?
What's the right software to maintain and display a calendar of relatively infrequent future events, as well as blog-like news postings? I maintain a website for specialists in my field of mathematics, and one section consists of announcements for upcoming and recent conferences. Another is for news announcements: a basic blog-style list of entries. Both are currently run by our 7-year-old Movable Type installation, in combination with a good bit of chewing gum and baling twine. I'd like to redesign the whole schmear, including the back end. Is wordpress (plus more gum and twine) the right solution? Is there some other system that makes more sense? [more inside]
My nonprofit employer paid a lot of money for a custom PHP calendar that is not extensible, and I need to add at least RSS now. [more inside]
What time/project management software or sites might be able to help me view my week in hourly clumps and allow me to check off completed tasks or monitor their success? I've tried a number of GTD services, but none of them has been quite right, so I'm looking for suggestions. [more inside]
Looking for a way to allow people to schedule their vet appointments via the web. [more inside]
Why does my web page work with a www prefix and not so much without? [more inside]
Help me replace my company's google calendars with something slicker. [more inside]
Where can I find a web-based/cross-platform calendar that would allow a group of people to add events, but not modify other people's? [more inside]
I am looking for a scheduling app to help me keep track of what events get publicized when, and where. [more inside]
need to create nice looking PHP (RoR, Python?) events list. example inside [more inside]
Looking for the best web-based project management app where different users can update a wall planner style calendar, leave notes and lists for each other etc etc. [more inside]
How can I allow visitors to a website to make an online reservation for a specific block of time? I'm putting together a site for someone who offers gondola cruises, and to simplify their life I'd like to be able to do what airlines do: allow visitors to book a half-hour or hour-long reservation and pay online, so that time slot is taken and no follow-up phone calls are necessary. How do the airlines (and similar businesses) do it, and is it possible for us? [more inside]