For certain reasons, I need to get the time of birth of a certain web page on another company's site, down to the minute. [more inside]
I want to take an Excel spreadsheet and just make it a dynamically sortable table I can put in a webpage or blog. I want people to be able to click a column, and have the table be sorted by that column. Best solutions? Also, if the table included locations, is it possible to make them selectable, and have the selected locations display on Google maps? Thanks.
Please recommend software program for creating/maintaining webpages [more inside]
Help me pick a CMS, so I can GMOFB (among other things) [more inside]
I'm looking for a software app that helps me follow instructions for other computer procedures. [more inside]
Anyone know where a pair of clueless artists can find some free website design templates? [more inside]
Why are the 404 pages on my server broken?! I get a 500 Internal Server Error instead. Link to my .htaccess inside. [more inside]
I have an older iMac running 10.3. I need to learn a basic web design program. I have a Dreamweaver tutorial book with a demo but cannot anytime soon afford that program. I may have access to a laptop with windows. Anybody have any suggestions on web design programs that are inexepensive? I am already adept in Photoshop and Illustrator. I appreciate your input
Some web pages with a lot of text seem to load slowly, even over broadband, and especially when compared to the bandwidth streaming video uses, I don't understand why. Can somebody explain? (Warning: Those links load slowly.)
I am trying to design a banner for a public library web site. I find that all the banners I design are too retro-looking. Kind of 1950s, Alvin Lustig or Saul Bass inspired. Cute, but they don't seem to represent a forward-thinking, technology-oriented library. I am looking for examples of banners that might inspire me, and I am hoping you all might have some suggestions. Also, any elements you think I should try to include or try to avoid. This banner will be seen by tens of thousands of people, and will be the "face" of the library online. Links to examples of what you think works and why it works would be much appreciated. I had no idea that I would have such a hard time with this; I just don't seem to get 2007 design! Thanks.
Is there a windows-equivalent to iWeb? I work at an elementary school. I have teachers who want the ease and bells & whistles of iWeb, but we’re all windows here. I don’t care how bloaty the code gets; I just want teachers to look and say “ooooh, pretty!” [more inside]
I didn't design this page, but I'm now maintaining it. Why does the shaded gray box on the right appear halfway down the page in IE, but right where it should in Firefox? I think it was designed in Dreamweaver, but I'm not sure. How can I fix this?
Help me figure out the best way to start a family web-page/blog. [more inside]
Trying to find an obscure webpage involving a bizarre chatterbot. Google-fu failing and all that jazz. [more inside]
Friend re-designed my webpage, and it's bad. [more inside]
Is there a widget for Yahoo! Widgets in that can embed/display a webpage? [more inside]
How do I make sure a page loads with a fresh copy and not from the users cache? [more inside]
How can I include a Google Map on a secure page? [more inside]
So I got fired today for nonsensical reasons. I worked at a small newsweekly, where I was a designer, but also for whom I did quite a lot of writing. [more inside]
Why do the links on this website not work with any browser I've tested (on Mac OS X), but work fine in Internet Explorer 7 (on Windows)? [more inside]
Mac OSX Officejet Printing Problem Filter: Whenever I print from my browser (and sometimes other programs) my printer ends up just spitting out blank sheets with an occasional single line or two of text. I'm mystified ... what gives? [more inside]
Is there any software/service which will let me save a daily snapshot of a webpage? [more inside]
I'm asking for advice on which web applications you would recommend to a person wanting to start their own web-page. I am new to web-page design and want to get up and running on a simple web-page relatively quickly and easily. I'm not afraid of trying to create some of my own design as I know a little HTML and the bare basics of web design - CSS etc -- it's just I haven't used it in real life yet. My e-mail provider (runbox) provides free web-site hosting and I needed to buy a domain name which I did. I want to start my own web page for personal use on items such as pictures, surveys or polls, blogs, discussions etc. My domain provider uses the following applications and I'm asking for advice on which applications a new user, relatively green on the tech side, should use. See below for the list of supplied web applications (if that is what you call them). [more inside]
How to (gently) load-test my home server (linux, details inside) [more inside]
I have some html files with all the <> and </> etc. etc. (ie, these are basically text files with all the html in them.) What is the easiest way to see each file as an actual web page so I can read the text in them without all the code stuff making my eyes hurt? [more inside]
How can I make text in one cell on one html page appear in the same cell on a different subpage? [more inside]
What's the best way to save a website to CD? [more inside]
Seeking practical advice on starting with Joomla in Dreamhost. After asking about Dreamhost and reviewing different CMS', I've decided on Dreamhost and Joomla for a webpage I'm creating. [more inside]
Okay, so I used Nvu to put together my first web page. Now it seems that IE 6 scrambles it. [more inside]
Often when reading an article I notice that it sits in a slim column which doesn't seem to change width when I maximize the browser window. [more inside]
Does anyone remember the dirty talking MS Merlin Agent page from a few years ago? Where can I find it? [more inside]
Is there a script (perl or php, no MySQL because I don't understand it and don't want to learn it) that password-protects a webpage so that it can be viewed only by someone who logs in with a username and a password, and also logs that user, so that you can have a record (very important) of who's viewed the page? If so, where can I get me one?
I'm developing a form Adobe Acrobat which, when submitting, calls a php script, which performs an INSERT into a MySQL database, then comes back with a "Thank you" web page. The script is called just fine and the INSERT works, but the browser hangs on the Thank You page. [more inside] [more inside]
I'm looking for an easy, automated, web-based way to mirror webpages. [a little more inside] [more inside]
I'm not in the technology business, so this may seem like a fairly simple-minded question. I've a client who claims their website receives a certain number of visitors (not hits, unique visitors) a month. Is there a way to validate this - a non-illegal/non-hacking way of counting what interest one website may generate without them knowing it? Perhaps a website like google or the like that provides this service?
Is there a good free product installs on a webpage to allow updates through the browser without knowledge of HTML?
Is there a good, free product out there that I can install on a friend's webpage so he can update HTML files through his browser and not have to know any HTML? (details inside) [more inside]
I'm looking for a program that will catalog my music collection as a webpage. I'd like something that alphabetically lists artists, and each artist entry can be expanded to list songs. Preferably the program would work from an M3U playlist or based off my file structure (songs are in folders according to artist).
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