You can achieve this effect with CSS (which is what Google are doing) without changing the image file itself. See: http://bavotasan.com/2011/circular-images-with-css3/
This will work in most browsers, but not IE8 or older. See: http://caniuse.com/border-radius
This will give you a database of IP ranges and associated country. You can query this with PHP to find out the country for a given IP address.
Make sure you read the license conditions. You will also need to keep the data updated, as otherwise it will get less accurate over time.
If you mean automatically cleaning up your own HTML code, Dreamweaver has commands to apply formatting and clean up XHTML code, along with a W3C validation check.
Speaking of which, that uses the WC3 Markup and Validation Service, which allows for validation of a URI, uploaded file, and copy/pasting HTML code. The WC3 HTML Tidy Service will also cleanup ...
Depends, there are several options and depending on your coding IDE. For example, Sublime Text has some really nice built-in coding cleaner and can be extended by a gazillion of plugins for probably every coding language out there.
Of course, there are several other cleaning tools out there, but honestly, I have yet to find one which brings clean results ...
The problem is the way chrome treats iframes, since you are embedding an iframe it is giving the HTML/BODY a white background by default and this is inherited.
You should opt to embed the gallery without an iframe and then you can properly style this element.
Most Realtors will be associated with the NRDS. A online datebase of Realtors, check out http://www.realtor.org/realtororg.nsf/pages/nrdsguide?opendocument
You could then have your staff check to see if they are members of the NRDS then process the logins. Best way forward would be setting registees to unapproved then once confirmed they can be set to ...
The best and easiest thing to use is the jQuery Datatable plugin. Of course, at this very second, the website is down:
Edit: The site is back up now. Check it out for some really nice demos. The rest of my comment is below, as it still provides some good info.
To see what it's all about in the mean time, check out: http://www....
I wrote a plugin that does most of what you have mentioned.
I have not included credit card payments for the reason that I'm not sure if wordpress is secure enough to keep this kind of sensitive data. I have added paypal though, and paypal does accept credit cards.
If you are still interested there is a free version here:
If you are searching a simple tool for your tasks, you should have a look at kanbanflow.com. I use this tool also very often and it's free.
I would use Outlook's Journal feature for keeping track of all costumer actions. I am working on a tool which can do all things you mention in one, but it's only a very early a
If the question you want to answer is genuinely "Where can I find a CMS/forum that has these features." then CMSmatrix has a search facility that enables selecting from over 1000 CMS by choosing the features you want.
In addition, you may then want to then use opensourcecms.com which allows the trialling of around 350 different popular CMS without ...
I have used MediaWiki for about two years in the previous company, and had so much trouble with it. The notation is cumbersome, weak search engine, and pages have no clear hierarchy.
If you can afford a paid product, you should seriously consider looking into Confluence. If you require PHP, MySQL with a strong search engine consider having a look at ...
Many testimonials are available from major mediawiki users
Now here's a particularly challenging application I doubt you'll be seeing on Confluence
I would say there are NO good alternatives to mediawiki other than Wordpress, another open source platform. Both have many extensions and are guaranteed to stick around for a very long time, probably forever. Here's an example of a simple intranet based on Wordpress (which I haven't used and don't recommend except as a guide to features) http://www....
Your question is very broad since there are a lot of moving parts that go into building a good messaging stack:
message storage for when users are offline
long polling or websocket management for getting messages "pushed"
media handling so that users can share files
permissions and moderation to kick out abusive chatters
(source: I helped design ...
This can be done using Webmail via Cpanel.
When logging into example.com/webmail, before you are 'auto-loaded' into the specific webmail program (such as Roundcube or Horde), there is an option at the bottom to change your password.
The only trick is that the users first have to login successfully to webmail before changing their password.