What is your favorite free html/css gui editor? [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]
Open source software for a professional web design company. [more inside]
Is CSS and standards-based design ready for use in web-based enterprise software solutions? [more inside]
DVD Copy Protection Question: I'm trying to figure out what the best program is to scan a dvd for copy protection. Before anyone goes thinking I'm illegally doing something: I have a GPS dvd "Map for the Eclipse Navigation System" that you keep in the car in order to help the device. The problem is that pulling the dvd in and out of the system is causing it to scratch. So I'd like to have a copy of it for the car (it'd be useless for anyone else anyways). The problem is that it didn't work as a copy the first time, so I'm thinking there's some sort of protection. I know there are cd scan programs which do the job for CDs (ClonyXXL and such), but is there such for DVDs?
CSS, XML, XHTML: What are some good books to bone up on newer technologies for someone who already knows the basics of web design? [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.
A CSS question: How do you align text vertically within a div?