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The Webmasters FAQ outlines the nature of acceptable questions for this site: researching available solutions and providing anecdotal advice falls outside the purpose of this StackExchange site, so this type of question would be better-suited to chat or another discussion forum. That being said, there are a variety of free and open source content management ...


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http://unused-css.com/ Does some of what you ask, and they have this to say:- Latish Sehgal has written a windows application to find and remove unused CSS classes. I haven't tested it but from the description, you have to provide the path of your html files and one CSS file. The program will then list the unused CSS selectors. From the screenshot, it looks ...


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The Webmasters FAQ outlines the nature of acceptable questions for this site: researching available solutions and providing anecdotal advice falls outside the purpose of this StackExchange site, so this type of question would be better-suited to chat or another discussion forum. That being said, there are a variety of free and open source content management ...


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Check out ComicPress, based on on Wordpress.


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OSQA is also a nice implementation and is relatively easy to get up and running. What I don't like about it is how close it is to SE sites as far as design. Granted, its hard to come up with a better interface, but hopefully you make your's a little more unique :) This is also GPL, so its free as in freedom and free as in free beer. Its written in ...


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Go to http://www.wikimatrix.org/search.php. Choose Markdown Support under Syntax Features from the list on the left. Click Search. I get 28 results.


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Since you are using PHP/MySQL, I'd recommend Question2Answer. I've used it and I really like it. Although the default interface isn't as polished as Stack Overflow, it's still better than the other PHP Q&A apps I've seen.


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Any comprehensive CMS that supports tiered user levels can be used to build a membership site. You'd need to: Create pages that are only viewable by a certain user level (with a plugin or by modifying your theme's template code). Create a sign up form that adds the user to your database and marks their account 'inactive'. If it's a paid membership site, ...


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The Webmasters FAQ outlines the nature of acceptable questions for this site: researching available solutions and providing anecdotal advice falls outside the purpose of this StackExchange site, so this type of question would be better-suited to chat or another discussion forum. That being said, there are a variety of free and open source ecommerce systems, ...


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There are few ways to import CSV into MySQL DB: 1. Manually using phpMyAdmin -- select DB, table and choose "Import". 2. MySQL can even use CSV as database storage engine (work with CSV file directly) -- but this is not recommended to use it extensively as performance is not that great -- but enough for reading data from it occasionally. The CSV file has ...


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Check out Stacked, an open source implementation of a Q&A site like Stack Overflow.


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the simpler is Blogger, that you can custom to have the same layout. Simpler because: free (not like freedom) easy to use easy to custom (behavior, template, CSS...) no installation no worry about hosting direct integration with Picasa for your pictures you can use your own domain name Useful widgets


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There are some great answers already available, but I wanted to give you another perspective. I've been developing Wordpress and Joomla sites for years, and I do appreciate Wordpress quite a bit. The downside, though, is that Wordpress is a dog. It is slow. Since you are partial to it, I'll respond about it specifically. Sure there are plugins that enable ...


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I strongly suggest you run through the Wiki Choice Wizard over at WikiMatrix.org


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You maybe found what you need with Microsoft WebMatrix. Composite C1 (directly available in WebMatrix) is an Open Source heavily customizable CMS in C#, that can allow you to use it as an album application. You can also take a look to Photo Gallery Wall C#, a Silverlight Photo Gallery based on this tutorial (here a demonstration).


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I don't know of any CMS platforms specifically for dating sites, but if you're looking for alternative social network platforms to Dolphin 7, you could try one of these: Diaspora elgg SocialEngine phpFox noserub You could also go with a hosted solution: Ning SocialGO groupsite YoolinkPro If price is no option, here are some social media solutions for ...


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check out ForumMatrix to compare forums. It will let you search numerous features and compare the results against each other.


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There are only 3 options that are worth considering (in my opinion): Question2Answer uses PHP and MySQL. I've used it myself and it's by far the best option for PHP. OSQA uses Python and the Django framework. It's based on CNPROJ which was a Chinese exact clone of Stack Overflow. So at its heart it probably has the best interface. Stack Exchange's Area 51 ...


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The one used to type this message is a custom version of WMD. I've used tinymce and although it does have a lot of features, you can specify which buttons to include in the configuration, so you can only have those few if you want. (As to why asking gives you better search results: ...


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Trac (Python) Traq (PHP) Redmine (Ruby/Rails)


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If you don't want to create a scripted noise generator, this one looks interesting: http://www.patternify.com/ If you want a scripted noise generator, check this post: http://brunogirin.blogspot.com/2009/09/making-noise-with-imagemagick.html ImageMagic is a tool that is already installed in many servers and can be used trough many programming languages.


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This is a fairly standard feature, at least among the well-known options. (To the point that they generally don't bother making too much mention of it.) It doesn't seem like it'd be hard to find one unless you're looking for something more. Anyway: Shadowbox, with the handleOversize argument fancyBox, with the fitToView argument Colorbox takes a different ...


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Bitly Enterprise will probably cover anything you need, but it's ~$1000/mo flat, no cheaper plans. The stats included with free bitly accounts(previously part of bitly Pro) are pretty minimal.


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PNGCrush is the first that comes to mind. Trimage is a bit more comprehensive as far as toolset, and has a GUI also.


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Here is a link to PHPAlbum, which make no use of anything except PHP (comes with an installer or the regular files to upload yourself) phpAlbum website there is also a demo site Now if you're not completely against tiny bits of JS you have this tutorial (link) to create a simple pics gallery with PHP, but effects around pics are added from the loaded JS ...



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