We are building a web app that will require non-technical people to build and edit a single HTML "home page". Ideally it would allow them to add blocks of text and images to the page, change simple styles, and add and maintain links.
I don't even know how to go about searching for such a thing. It's basically like a single page simple CMS. Something like CKEditor could be used for the individual blocks, but I was wondering if there was anything out there that allow us to put this together rapidly via the power of jQuery.
I found "editease" [URL] which looks close... but it's a bit out of date and it depends upon PHP. We run ColdFusion, but could port over PHP if we needed to.
I need to know level of difficulty/hours needed to do this:
A user uploads a photo into an editing tool. It takes a couple of seconds to upload the full res version. Then, when the photos are being edited in the tool (cropping, color, etc.) it converts to low res for faster editing, so the high res image doesn't have to load every time there's a change. Once the user is done, and/or adds their final product, the manipulated image is saved to hi res again, for print.
I have a basic flash gallery that I embedded into my site (HTML & CSS). When viewed in Firefox everything is fine (840px by 427px), but when viewed in IE the gallery changes size & needs to be (887px by 440px) to be viewed correctly.
I am driving an html site from my network drive in my office that can be viewd on LAN. I need to put a blog kind of section on my site so people who visite this site can leave there comments on it and all can see thses comments.
I have an events form with date fields filled out manually, and wish to convert to pop up calendars. i have a pop calander script but it is updating all the fileld with the same date! as the call to the script is the same.
i am open to new ideas on this so i can have say 5 calendar icons for dates to be set in the date-text field when a date is selected in the popup. and then have the option to click more dates to open up more fields.
my fields are:
event title description date start time end time
has anyone do something like
when the form is submitted it then reads all info and adds to the MySQL database with the same field names and in the form.
I am trying to make a page where users could edit fields separately on the fly (using jQuery). Something like this:1. User clicks "edit" link -> corresponding field value changes to input with current value. And edit link changes to "save" link.2. User edits the value and clicks save link. The new value will be saved to db and will be shown and corresponding "edit" link is restored.Here is a start what I tried but I am a bit lost. I can't get to work even the link changing separated from all other functionality. Here is my code:
I found script and put it on my website to validate email addresses. But now there are email addresses like q.com that can't register on my site because the script is looking for at least two digits before the ".com"
I am referencing an iframe from another server in my website. The iframe is in a table format, and I want to get rid of the top two rows of the table for my website. Is there any way I could display the iframe without the first two rows?