You guys are always in the loop on this stuff... what's the best option nowadays for putting a nice looking, large custom calendar on an active website, one with an interface that's easy to use and customize? (Not a Wordpress plugin please, this is going to be a standard site, not a WP blog.) Thanks oodles, peeps. ;) [more inside]
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]
Why does my web page work with a www prefix and not so much without? [more inside]
I run a website for a band. I'm looking for a 3rd-party calendar solution so they can easily display their upcoming concerts on their website. [more inside]
I am going to be creating a website that tracks events, and I'd like the user experience to be easy and configurable. Can you recommend an event management software? [more inside]
Looking for suggestions for pieces of web site software to manage (1) user profiles and (2) a coming events calendar. [more inside]