Does anyone know if there exists a website where you can insert a PHP code snippet which pulls through content you have created on a CMS? Basically I'm looking to allow a customer to be able to edit text and bullet lists, captions etc on a static website I hand-coded for him years ago. [more inside]
posted by dance
on Sep 15, 2014 -
Can you find me an online (?) course giving me the essentials of the following alphabet soup of Semantic Web related... things? XML, XHTML, CSS, RDF, OWL, JSON, SPARQL, one of JAVA, Perl, Python etc... [more inside]
posted by KMH
on Oct 7, 2011 -
How do I do this in XHTML/CSS? What am I looking for and missing? Looking for a way to link content on my page - with multiple links opened or closed without reloading the page. [more inside]
posted by Tchad
on Jul 6, 2010 -
I want to create a simple but dynamic Bible-reading web app from the ground up. I have very little web design and development experience. Where do I begin? [more inside]
posted by joshrholloway
on Apr 22, 2010 -
What are some well-known sites who have scaled back their Flash use? I can think of flickr and mint.com, both of which started with much more of a reliance on Flash and then scaled back to having some Flash components on an otherwise XHTML-driven site.
posted by jragon
on Feb 2, 2009 -
Wordpress Theme help. I need to stick an editable region in the header of my theme so a user can edit a little blurb about themselves. How do I put a Text Widget or something similar up there? [more inside]
posted by joelf
on Aug 13, 2008 -
Semantic markup and the world wide web: non-noob needs an explanation. What is all this semantic markup talk about, and where can I learn more? [more inside]
posted by josh.ev9
on Dec 22, 2007 -
I seem to have hit a bit of a brick wall in approximating W3C XHTML standards compliance on my website. From what I've read, XHTML should be served with content type application/xhtml+xml, rather than text/html, and recent versions of Microsoft and Mozilla browsers should support serving them as such. Well, they aren't. [more inside]
posted by The Confessor
on May 30, 2007 -
Posting on behalf of a friend:
CSS Absolute / relative positioning problem. In designing a course website which has to validate as XHTML (Strict or Transitional), I've come up against a problem with an image. I want the image to remain in the right hand div but resize gracefully. My problem is that the trowel image either interferes with the header (is too high) but IS able to move with the page or doesn't interfere with anything but won't resize with the page! [more inside]
posted by dance
on Oct 26, 2006 -
I'd like to learn more about Cascading Stylesheets, but there are so many resources related to CSS - so I simply do not know where to begin. Sometimes there is too much, sometimes there isn't enough. Therefore I'd like to ask, which resources would you recommend as the most useful and ultimate web-sites related to CSS? [more inside]
posted by volandmast
on Jun 2, 2006 -
XML Character Woes: I'm getting the error Reference to undefined entity 'ldquo' (and 'rdquo, etc) when I try to open my XML files with IE or Firefox. Can you help me fix it? [more inside]
posted by miniape
on May 25, 2006 -
posted by tommorris
on May 20, 2006 -
I'm planning to move from Blogger to WordPress, migrating about 1,000 posts that currently validate as HTML 4.01 Transitional. I'd like to convert them to XHTML on the way. What's the smart way to do this?
posted by futility closet
on Dec 14, 2005 -
Blogspot automagically codes line breaks in XHTML form, so I'm trying to get my site to validate as XHTML 1.0. Parts of it fail to validate, but they're all parts that expand from strings in the Blogger template. What am I doing wrong? How do I get these parts to validate? [more inside]
posted by Tuwa
on Nov 5, 2005 -
Strange CSS problem with my departmental website when using cookies to set text sizes. On any font size but the standard, content is (correctly) centered. Using the standard size, content is left-justified. Both XHTML and CSS* validate. This is killing me. [more inside]
posted by caution live frogs
on Mar 18, 2005 -
CSSFilter: I'm a long-time Web wonk looking to become a CSS maven - my next gig is the development and implementation of a completely modern, table-less design for a fairly big company.
What learning resources out there (on the Web, in print, or otherwise) are the best for someone looking to master the techniques espoused by places like the CSS Zen Garden? What new tools should I consider using? One thing I'm having trouble with in particular: how does the designer mock up a fully CSS/XHTML design? It seems more counterintuitive than the old process of design -> cut-up into table-based layout.
posted by killdevil
on Jan 8, 2005 -
How do you ensure consistent yet accesible font sizes across platforms using CSS?
I have a site where I set the SIZE attribute of the BODY tag to 80%, and then set all the other font sizes using ems, which in theory should give me consistent fonts while allowing people to change the font size (which is why I don't just use pixels for the whole thing).
Unfortunately, in IE 5, this results in way too large fonts.
What's your method?
posted by signal
on Nov 26, 2004 -
posted by riffola
on Sep 18, 2004 -
CSS problem wtih firefox. I have this site, it's kind of a porn site, so don't go if that's a problem for you. I can't get the css to work for mozilla/firefox. It works great in IE. No one can seem to figure out the problem. Can anyone help? [more inside]
posted by nyxxxx
on Jul 15, 2004 -
I want to believe in XHTML/CSS. I want my structure entirely separate from my layout. But I also think it might all be a big lie, and not because of browser difficulties. Please help clear my misunderstanding. Further explanation - your people call it "more" - is inside. [more inside]
posted by tirade
on Jul 15, 2004 -
I have a web page that is valid XHTML 1.1 when I upload it to the w3c validator. However, when I link to the 'check referrer' validator from it, I get "I was not able to extract a character encoding labeling from any of the valid sources for such information". Does anyone have any idea what the problem is here?
posted by reklaw
on Apr 5, 2004 -
Library/information science question(s): My code-fearful friend succeeded in getting through library school without exposure to more than basic HTML. I now have him on a diet of Dreamweaver and XHTML, with a sprinkling of GoLive. He's wondering about next steps: for someone who wants to be well-equipped to work in an academic, medical, legal, or similar library or archive (with web development as part of his job, rather than the focus of it), what scripting language(s) and/or content-management systems are most important to learn? Is the library world fragmented in this regard, or is there a dominant technology? What would be a logical entry vector into this world for someone without a comp-sci bone in his body (in terms of languages/systems, and specific learning resources)?[no more inside]
posted by stonerose
on Jan 22, 2004 -