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Making Multipart text/html email

I can't figure out how to do a multipart email message in Eudora 6 or Outlook 11 - basically an email that is HTML, (retaining an image map and attributes - don't ask), and those viewing from Unix get a text-only version of the message.
posted by bkdelong on Apr 7, 2005 - 5 answers

Inspire Me

My sister has recently requested that I build an online web store to sell her one a kind purses and other one of a kind fabrications. [more inside]
posted by chiababe on Apr 2, 2005 - 15 answers

Not Planning Ahead Sucks

I have 12 issues of an image intensive 'zine in PDF. I've slowly been converting them to XHTML by hand. I'm halfway through the 5th issue and I'm sick of it. Is there any easy, or less difficult, way to convert these?
posted by Captaintripps on Apr 1, 2005 - 5 answers

Layered Images and changing them with Javascript

Does anybody have an easy way in HTML (or CSS) to layer two images on top of each other, while maintaining the ability to switch the bottom image using a javascript event? [more inside]
posted by stovenator on Mar 31, 2005 - 7 answers

Mozilla Page Jump

How's your HTML-fu? Mine is failing me. I've created two dummy pages Jump 1 and Jump 2.
In Internet Explorer, these pages are identical except for their length. However, in Firefox, 2.html isn't in the same place horizontally as 1.html even though I think it should be. Am I missing something obvious? Thanks for the help.
posted by tayknight on Mar 22, 2005 - 6 answers

Recommended Form Upload Component?

A client wants to enable fiile uploads via their web site. The web site is hosted outside the company and the files need to be uploaded to their FTP server which is hosted within or on-site at the company. Thus far all the components I've looked into upload to the web server. Is this simply the only option? Can anyone recommend a good component or alternate method? PHP, ASP are fine.
posted by juiceCake on Mar 21, 2005 - 10 answers

CSS Help: Weird IE bug when displaying DIVs

CSSfilter: Help with weird IE bug when displaying DIVs? [more inside]
posted by jca on Mar 17, 2005 - 8 answers

BBEdit equivalency?

On the Mac, if I need to munge text in extremis, I prefer to use BBEdit. Recently, on the PC, I am finding myself in need of a text editor which is similar to BBEdit. I will use it both for coding and for text-cleaning. I prefer freeware and shareware but that's by no means the deciding factor. Which programs should I check out? Which should I avoid? [more inside]
posted by mwhybark on Mar 16, 2005 - 21 answers

HTML editor

What HTML editor would you give your dad? OK, it's not my dad, but you get the point. I'm looking for a very simple WYSIWYG Windows HTML editor that will allow a computer novice to easily edit static pages on one of my hosted web servers. [more inside]
posted by rolypolyman on Mar 15, 2005 - 17 answers

Element assuming height of floating element?

CSSFilter: How do I get a container element to adopt the height of a floating list? [more inside]
posted by dflemingdotorg on Mar 14, 2005 - 5 answers

Images in HTML select form elements?

Is it possible to have an HTML select form element display images for each choice rather than text? [more inside]
posted by ewagoner on Mar 10, 2005 - 5 answers

How do I create an online poll?

DIYPollingFilter. For an article I'm writing, I need to request some demographic info from about 900 people via an online poll. [more inside]
posted by grabbingsand on Mar 7, 2005 - 2 answers

Recommended web design guide for beginners?

Recommended online guide(s) for the total neophyte interested in starting a simple personal site? [more inside]
posted by sueinnyc on Feb 20, 2005 - 4 answers

HTML problems - table vs CSS?

For my job, I'm usually on the Photoshop-end of web design, but right now I'm working on the 'buildout' phase of a project in HTML that has run into a problem: getting a certain table to display at 100% height. [+] [more inside]
posted by dhoyt on Feb 16, 2005 - 4 answers

CSS horizontal navigation bar spacing question

Can CSS be used to transform an unordered list of links into a horizontal navigation bar which occupies a fixed (total) width but has equidistant padding between each link, regardless of content length? ( css layout tooth-grinding insanity ) [more inside]
posted by Danelope on Feb 13, 2005 - 9 answers

Simple scripts or html to make clickable thumbnails

I seem to remember in the last month or so there was a question about simple scripts or html that could be used to set up a simple picture gallery with clickable thumbnails? I thought I bookmarked it , but I gues not, and I can't seem to find the thread by searching.
posted by alball on Feb 13, 2005 - 12 answers

A site I created in FrontPage is shown updated in IE but not Firefox, on several computers.

I created a web page using FrontPage (no snarks, please) and put it online. IE shows the new, updated web page. However, Mozilla and Firefox show the old web page. I thought it was just a cache problem with me, but I've loaded it on several different computers with the same result. How can I fix this?
posted by Arch Stanton on Feb 8, 2005 - 6 answers

Is There a "Diff" for HTML That'd Save the Spent Resources for a Full Page Reload?

On community blog sites like Metafilter, a lot of bandwidth seems to be consumed by redundant requests like previewing comments or checking for new ones where the entire page is reloaded. So when in the thread on Google Maps, mosch mentioned the HTTPRequest javascript object, that got me thinking. Are there any ways to write code that can cut down on resending the same data. Some kind of 'diff' method for HTML?
posted by daksya on Feb 8, 2005 - 20 answers

How to send an HTML newsletter via email

I need to send an HTML-newsletter via e-mail. I have it ready as an html file, but need a good program to turn it into an email and send it. It would be nice if I could also insert an alternative plain-text (with links. if that's possible). Not sending it as HTML is not an option (client's wishes, etc.). I only need to send 1 copy of it, so mass sending isn't an issue. I am on XP Pro.
posted by signal on Feb 6, 2005 - 10 answers

Guestbook Tutorials

Could you recommend a good guestbook tutorial? I’ve seen the problems with hosted guestbooks (server downtime, data erased without warning) and I’d like to learn how to build my own. I would like my guestbook to be configurable with CSS and as simple as possible.
posted by Termite on Feb 4, 2005 - 6 answers

Xpath problem

XPATH hell-I'm trying to XPATH out the (xml) contents of the processVXMLReturn tag in this document. The file contains the exact XML response from a web service; I have no control over the output. I'm just interested in the nested xml payload. Hope my terminology is correct.[M to the Izzay]

Positive Oracle karma offered in exchange! [more inside]
posted by neilkod on Jan 28, 2005 - 13 answers

What web-based aggregators should I grant permission to in my .htaccess file?

After installing an .htaccess file to prevent direct image-linking, one of my readers pointed out that the alternate replacement image I specified was showing up in my Bloglines feed. Are there other popular web-based aggregators I should grant permission to in my .htaccess file? And does an .htaccess file prevent images from showing up in software-based RSS readers, or just web-based?
posted by Robot Johnny on Jan 27, 2005 - 3 answers

how to display image files on a web page

Windows Explorer has an option to display all the image files in a folder in "filmstrip" mode, which looks like this. I want to create a similar method of display on a web page. I figure I'll have to (unfortunately) use frames to create the bottom gallery of thumbnails and have it scroll like that but I would rather not have to create a separate page for each full-size picture. I would rather the page displaying the picture be dynamic and just change the picture rather than refer the browser to a different file. I figure this could be done with some scripting language (PHP?) but I don't know much about that sort of thing. Can anyone help me out? [+] [more inside]
posted by DyRE on Jan 26, 2005 - 14 answers

My CSS menu pops up UNDER the Flash applet. Help!

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 - 7 answers

Free WYSIWIG Editor

Free-WYSIWYG-HTML-editor-Filter: what is the best one, if indeed there exists one worth using? (My search of AskMe gave me nothing on this...)
posted by noius on Jan 19, 2005 - 14 answers

Importing contents of one HTML file into another, from a CD?

Plain old HTML: is there any way to get the contents of HTML file A into HTML file B without using frames, iframes, PHP or other server side stuff (it's for on a cd), and just copy-pasting the contents of one into the other? So something like an import function (perhaps done with javascript)? I need a page with a TOC + content and want to make it pretty, so frames are a no. [more inside]
posted by Skyanth on Jan 17, 2005 - 12 answers

Does anyone know a Windows app (preferably free) that will mass-edit a folder of files?

I have several thousand html files that I need to edit, basically removing a block of text from each. Does anyone know a Windows app (preferably free) that will mass-edit a folder of files?
posted by kickerofelves on Jan 8, 2005 - 12 answers

Why do people hide their http_referer?

Why do people hide their http_referer? [+MI] [more inside]
posted by dabitch on Dec 18, 2004 - 30 answers

How do I style a definition list so it appears as an ordered list?

CSSFilter: I'm creating a glossary list on a webpage. So I'm using a definition list markup. But the list is long so I'd like the list to be ordered. I tried using CSS in an attempt to display the definition terms in an ordered way. But my CSS-foo failed me. Can the CSS wizards here tell me what I should do? [Markup Inside] [more inside]
posted by timyang on Dec 11, 2004 - 2 answers

How can other people map their domain names to my subdomains?

How do you do that thing whereby a person can go to your website and map their domain to a subdirectory of your own website? Do you need to have root on your server to do this or are there easier (read: cheaper) ways to do it?
posted by subverted on Nov 20, 2004 - 11 answers

Is this HTML test too hard for applicants?

HTML Gurus and Browser Mechanics: Is this test too hard? Too much to expect an applicant to complete? [more inside] [more inside]
posted by weston on Nov 17, 2004 - 31 answers

Mozilla Tables

Mozilla problem: weird tables (come inside, fellow coding geeks) [more inside]
posted by moonbird on Nov 5, 2004 - 7 answers

How do I get Safari to treat this CSS like IE?

HTML/CSS question. [MI] [more inside]
posted by Mwongozi on Nov 2, 2004 - 5 answers

How can I automatically format an XML file?

XMLFilter: I need to format an XML file nicely, with the correct indentation and so forth. Unfortunately the file is all on one line. Any suggestions for a Windows user? [more inside]
posted by John Shaft on Oct 31, 2004 - 4 answers

HTML Job Title

Random question : How would you describe people who create HTML? We're not programmers. We aren't really coders. How would you describe us? [more inside]
posted by twine42 on Oct 31, 2004 - 25 answers

HTML issues

HTML crisis: I use relative URLS on my blog because pages archive in different files- for example, a tag for a JPEG would be /images/image.jpg inside image tags. Because I use that first slash to make the relative URL work, all image tags are broken when you type or link to my site without a "www" in the url. In other words, "www.mysite.com" shows all the images fine, but "mysite.com" loads the site with little red x's everywhere. Solution? [more inside]
posted by XQUZYPHYR on Oct 27, 2004 - 6 answers

What's a good link checker for checking web sites on UNIX from Mac OSX? I need weekly reports.

What's a good link checker for building web sites? The sites are on UNIX boxes and I'm on Mac OSX. I need to run something that's just gonna go thru the site and find any broken links and build a report. One that I can set to do this weekly would be best. Thanks!
posted by dobbs on Oct 27, 2004 - 3 answers

HTML to CSV

HTML form to CSV file: Simple enough for a remedial programmer, but difficult for an artsy designer. Any advice? [mi] [more inside]
posted by aladfar on Oct 22, 2004 - 6 answers

Creating an HTML Page with Inline Scrollbars

Is there anyway to create an HTML page with inline scrollbars other than an iframe? ie, can I add scrollbars to a div somehow?
posted by sauril on Oct 15, 2004 - 8 answers

Solutions for In-Program Help and Demos for Health Industry Backend Apps?

I have been asked to develop in-program help and demos for an IT company (working in the Health Industry, backend stuff).

a) For the help system, what's the best approach? I know there's windows help format, html help and other (more) proprietary stuff, but have no experience with any of them (I have plenty of experience with HTML, CSS and Flash). What help format / application would you choose? Portability and easy updating are pluses. End users will be mostly on Windows.

b) For the demos I'm thinking RoboDemo, but wonder if there's anything easier, or opensource, or some other reason to choose it instead of R.D?
posted by signal on Oct 13, 2004 - 4 answers

Crossing out words in hypertext

How do you cross out words in Hypertext?
posted by semmi on Oct 11, 2004 - 30 answers

What are some other ways to accomplish the equivalent of the ASP "include" command?

What are some other ways to accomplish the equivalent of the ASP "include" command? (And if so, which is the easiest?) Is there any way to achieve the same effect with regular HTML?
posted by Jaybo on Oct 11, 2004 - 14 answers

how do I build web pages people can annotate

I want to create a website which visitors can "annotate" with something more than a simple commenting system. Basically, I'm looking for Flickr's photo annotation capabilities, but for html documents instead of jpegs. My instincts say this could be accomplished with some fancy CSS and javascript, but I would prefer not to start from scratch if something already exists. Any ideas?
posted by sanitycheck on Oct 6, 2004 - 8 answers

HTML-based email, with sound clip links; how do I make the clip launch a media player without launching a new browser window?

I need to construct an HTML-based email, with sound clip links, for our glorious marketing dept. But I am having problems with how the clips launch. When you select my link (you choose real or windows media format) the clip launches in the player, but a new browser window launches as well. So, how the hell do I get the !@#%$ player to launch without launching the &*#$% browser window?!? (Real Audio especially)
posted by lilboo on Oct 5, 2004 - 4 answers

WebDesign: CSS and FireFox

So I have this home page. It looks pretty good (which is to say, it looks like I intended) in Safari, and passable in Internet Explorer. But in FireFox the CSS completely dissapears for some reason, so everything just comes up in a big unstyled pile. So in trying to find out why this is, which I have not done, I came to wonder: Is there a place on the web that has information about the differnces between browsers and how they render various bits of HTML, CSS and so on?
posted by donkeymon on Oct 1, 2004 - 9 answers

How can I update my late-'90s HTML skills?

RipVanWinkleFilter: Way back in '98, I learned very basic HTML. I wrote some code, made graphics in Photoshop, saved it all in Simpletext, got a domain, and had myself a website. And, err ... six years later I'm basically using the same method. Help me upgrade my skillz? (mi) [more inside]
posted by lisa g on Sep 27, 2004 - 13 answers

Movable Type

In Movable Type, how do you jigger it so the URLs of the individual entries display the title of the piece, as opposed to the entry number?
posted by solistrato on Sep 24, 2004 - 3 answers

HTML 101 Books

I've been asked to recommend a teach yourself HTML book for one of our authors. As the person who has to make sense of their output, I'd prefer it if they leant clean, valid, semantic markup.

Any suggestions?
posted by monkey closet on Sep 24, 2004 - 11 answers

CSS coding

CSSFilter: I'm not a coder by any means, so I'm stumbling through some CSS code for a single-page website. More inside -> [more inside]
posted by robbie01 on Sep 14, 2004 - 8 answers

Managing JAlbum

I know, I know -- not another web photogallery AskMe question, but: I've actually settled on the gallery itself. I'm using JAlbum. Having made the choice, though, I'm left with two questions:

1. JAlbum makes nice galleries, but doesn't create a top-level index page. (I could hand-code it, but my wife will be doing most of the updating and I don't want her to have to go mucking around in HTML.) The easiest solution, I'd think, would be just to reformat the directory listing into something attractive -- all I really need to communicate to the user is descriptive folder names and upload dates, but I'd prefer to make something more handsome than the standard Apache page. Can anyone recommend a particular PHP file system manager or other solution?

2. JAlbum's auto upload is ridiculously slow -- better just to FTP it. When JAblum makes a gallery, though, it includes a lot of stuff I'm not using -- icon sets, borders, etc. It's not a ton of space, but I'm going to uploading a lot of these galleries, and it'll add up. Is there a programmatic way I can stop JAlbum from including all this, instead of weeding it out before each upload? (I'm using the BluPlusPlus skin.)
posted by blueshammer on Sep 5, 2004 - 1 answer

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