When working with electronics how often do you ground yourself? In many tutorials dealing with IC's they don't ground them selves. In a lot of programming tutorials they don't mention grounding when handling the chip. Stuff like arduino, minipov, daisy, and many others where the end project is open, are those sensitive to discharge? I'm juust asking because the esd wriststraps are annoying to wear because the wire get's in the way.

Posted by guyfrom7up 10 years ago

Anti-fog Mirror System

First of all, thanks to this comunity and all the DIY it has. Its a great group and has many interesting ideas. This is my first post, after one week reading all the projects, so hello to everyone. I want to make an anti-fog system for my bathroom mirror, because every time I bath it creates fog and makes difucult to shave after. I know about anti-fog sprays and DIY detergent solutions but there is also an electrical solution. The one I have in mind is a wire attach to the back of the mirror and conected to the electricity, so it generates the hot enough to avoid the fog. I saw one that also covered the zigzag wire behind with aluminium foil to (I thinkk) spread the heat more uniformly. What for sure I don't know, is about anything I should put to transform the electricity and resistance or whatever, because I thinks I can just conect the wires alone behind it. Can anyone help me with this? Two more things, in my country (Argentina) we use 220 voltage current instead of 110 like USA. Second, excuse my english and mistakes as it is not my native language. Thanks in advance to all the comunity !!!!

Posted by cbasualdo 8 years ago

Is my video working ?

Hi guys ! Yesterdai I've uploaded my video here but I can not find it in the recently added section ! So.... is this working ? ThanksAndre

Posted by And.Teno 10 years ago

Chest Wrapping- Bra Alternative

I've heard of Japanese chest wrapping called Sarashi but I know there are other techniques for wrapping. This is an alternative to conventional bras using a long, thin strip of fabric that is wrapped around the bust in a particular pattern in a way that supports the bust but is also breathable and comfortable. I know this exists but I can't find anyone who knows anything about it! I know so many women who are frustrated with their bras. If you could help you would be doing so many women a favor.

Posted by laurenkl 7 years ago

Anti Gravity

SCIENTISTS in Finland are about to reveal details of the world's first anti-gravity device. Measuring about 12in across, the device is said to reduce significantly the weight of anything suspended over it.The claim - which has been rigorously examined by scientists, and is due to appear in a physics journal next month - could spark a technological revolution. By combating gravity, the most ubiquitous force in the universe, everything from transport to power generation could be transformed.The Sunday Telegraph has learned that Nasa, the American space agency, is taking the claims seriously, and is funding research into how the anti-gravity effect could be turned into a means of flight.The researchers at the Tampere University of Technology in Finland, who discovered the effect, say it could form the heart of a new power source, in which it is used to drive fluids past electricity-generating turbines.Other uses seem limited only by the imagination:Lifts in buildings could be replaced by devices built into the ground. People wanting to go up would simply activate the anti-gravity device - making themselves weightless - and with a gentle push ascend to the floor they want.Space-travel would become routine, as all the expense and danger of rocket technology is geared towards combatting the Earth's gravitation pull.By using the devices to raise fluids against gravity, and then conventional gravity to pull them back to earth against electricity-generating turbines, the devices could also revolutionise power generation.According to Dr Eugene Podkletnov, who led the research, the discovery was accidental. It emerged during routine work on so-called "superconductivity", the ability of some materials to lose their electrical resistance at very low temperatures. The team was carrying out tests on a rapidly spinning disc of superconducting ceramic suspended in the magnetic field of three electric coils, all enclosed in a low-temperature vessel called a cryostat."One of my friends came in and he was smoking his pipe," Dr Podkletnov said. "He put some smoke over the cryostat and we saw that the smoke was going to the ceiling all the time. It was amazing - we couldn't explain it."Tests showed a small drop in the weight of objects placed over the device, as if it were shielding the object from the effects of gravity - an effect deemed impossible by most scientists."We thought it might be a mistake," Dr Podkletnov said, "but we have taken every precaution". Yet the bizarre effects persisted. The team found that even the air pressure vertically above the device dropped slightly, with the effect detectable directly above the device on every floor of the laboratory.In recent years, many so-called "anti-gravity" devices have been put forward by both amateur and professional scientists, and all have been scorned by the establishment. What makes this latest claim different is that it has survived intense scrutiny by sceptical, independent experts, and has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Physics-D: Applied Physics, published by Britain's Institute of Physics.Even so, most scientists will not feel comfortable with the idea of anti-gravity until other teams repeat the experiments. Some scientists suspect the anti-gravity effect is a long-sought side-effect of Einstein's general theory of relativity, by which spinning objects can distort gravity. Until now it was thought the effect would be far too small to measure in the laboratory.However, Dr Ning Li, a senior research scientist at the University of Alabama, said that the atoms inside superconductors may magnify the effect enormously. Her research is funded by Nasa's Marshall Space Flight Centre at Huntsville, Alabama, and Whitt Brantley, the chief of Advanced Concepts Office there, said: "We're taking a look at it, because if we don't, we'll never know."The Finnish team is already expanding its programme, to see if it can amplify the anti-gravity effect. In its latest experiments, the team has measured a two per cent drop in the weight of objects suspended over the device - and double that if one device is suspended over another. If the team can increase the effect substantially, the commercial implications are enormous. Okay. lets throw down our ideas and see if we can figure something out... or not

Posted by RelyNupon 10 years ago

Please help me!

Recently, my firewall on my laptop was somehow removed and about 26 malicious files viruses, 5 different trojans and some other things I can't identify got installed, how do I remove them? my service is not registered and when I go to search for the file and delete it (I search my entire pc) it can't find it! HELP ME PLEASE!!!!!

Posted by Pumpkin$ 9 years ago

Large-caliber Sundial

I was wandering the web, looking for information for a future Instructable, when I got ever-so-slightly side-tracked.I came across this blog entry about a bunch of people who made their own, rather unique, sundial:Our friends in the village are building a garden from scratch, to go with their new house. A key part of garden planning is to get the major design "features" sorted out ahead of the planting. One of the things that the boys wanted was a sundial, so work has started there. The plan follows the traditional method of sundial construction, as you will see from the pictures:1. Buy a World War II anti-aircraft gun (preferable the portable kind)2. Put it in the garden.3. Make sure the safety catch is on.4. Invite some like-minded nutters round for a barbecue and get them working the elevation controls.5. Set the barrel to exactly 52 and a bit degrees elevation (to match the latitude of the garden).6. Do some nifty work with a calculator and a compass to figure out where the hour markers go for precise "Northmoor Time".7. Unilaterally declare independence - and if anyone argues....:lol:Link to Blog

Posted by Kiteman 10 years ago

Reinforced Anti-theft Backpack Straps

Hey guys, I'd really like a cutproof backpack without spending big bucks on it. Can anyone take a regular (aka cheap) backpack and run some steel cable through the straps without making it uncomfortable to wear? Should the cable extend beyond the straps into the fabric of the bag itself? Thanks in advance!

Posted by rwilliams8 3 years ago

Basic lighting set-up

I apologise in advance to all you keen photographers for my Absolute Novice status. I need to take photo's for my Instructables which are usually small-ish desk top items. Currently I am having problems with a dark (black paper) drawing in a glass frame, how do I get the details in the image without it bleaching out or flaring on the glass? I have a spacious work desk under a window, two cantilever lights, a centre room light, etc. I can only use whatever's available in my house because I never take pictures for any other reason. Any tips for a very grateful novice would be very welcome.( I'm a blank slate)

Posted by craftyv 7 years ago

Anti Gravity ramp - REVEALED

Here is an awesome illusion that took me around half an hour to make and film and edit. Enjoy =)

Posted by Hiyadudez 8 years ago

Anti Gravity Idea...

OK I had this idea. I was online and thought up this idea for an anti gravity machine. This is it: use extremely static negatively charged materials for anti gravity. It could work the same way lightning clouds do. The base of the cloud is negatively charged and the ground become positively charged. Now if the material of the anti gravity "thing" is charged with static electricity, wouldn't it repel the ground? Now I am by far no expert in any of this...I just thought it up. What do you guys think?

Posted by bcarl6 9 years ago

Anti-gravity Machine concept

This is a concept I came up with for an idea of an anti-gravity machine.  Let me just state for the record... I do not think this will actually work.  However, while I am quite certain this idea should not work... based upon my limited knowledge of science... it would seem like it could work.  Unfortunately I know I am never going to spend the thousands if not millions of dollars to build this concept to find out. The basic premise of the idea is the use of angular momentum to overcome the force of gravity.  Imagine if you will, a gyroscope spinning at such a high velocity that its outward force overcomes the downward force of gravity.  Naturally, one of the big obstacles is generating the speeds necessary to create the velocity such that angular momentum is greater than downward force. What I essentially propose is a spinning ring that is propelled in the same way as a maglev train.  Using Electromagnetic propulsion or EMP to accelerate a ring in a vacuum by the utilization of a flowing electrical current and magnetic fields may in theory generate the speeds necessary for the force to overcome gravity.  Unfortunately, the power to run such a vehicle and the weight to power ratio are significant obstacles. Two of these rings above one another I theorize can create tremendous propulsion if the angles of the rings were changed.  Using hydrolics to change the angle of alignment of these two rings may create incredible forward momentum.  Once more, such a vehicle would not be limited to operation within Earth's atmosphere unlike jet or other propulsion mechanisms.  In fact, it should operate at peak efficiency in a zero gravitational environment. This is all theory... and I'd love to know if it is indeed as crazy as it sounds.

Posted by DarkRubyMoon 8 years ago

Anti Valentines Contest

I hope this is okay to post here, but I'm doing an ANTI VALENTINES contest at my blog you know the drill, fun and mediocre prizes ;)It's for anti-valentines arts and crafts... something a little darker than your average valentines project.I would love to have some instructables entered, because nothing is cooler than how to actually make a neat project !Anyways, if you're interested, here's the link:!Dot

Posted by DotatDabbled 10 years ago

Arduino 1.01 vs anti virus

So I downloaded Arduino 1.01 from the link provided at the Arduino website and then my anti virus software ate it... I mean, said it was unsafe, malicious and removed it from my computer. Anyone else have this issue?  Is the software safe and my anti virus software (norton 360 2012) just stupid or is it actually malicious?

Posted by AlexHrn 6 years ago



Posted by wikibox 10 years ago

New Instructables Contest Page Format, Unfair?

I saw, (And hope you have to), the new format for the contest pages. When I say contest pages I mean the Tooltips contest, Share the Love Contest, Anti-yo contest, and any other to come. I dislike the new format for the pages because I feel it gives a few of the instructables members an unfair advantage over everyone else. On the old pages, everyones instructables were listed on one page, but on the new ones, the most popular are the only ones shown on the front page of the contest. And it's so hard to find the "View All" button, that not many people will likely search through the rest of the insturctables. I just think that having a couple of the lead I'bles on the front page will keep them on top and not give everyone a fair advantage by having them on the same page regardless of popularity. I hope someone else feels this way. Thanks Gunk On Floor

Posted by Gunk on Floor 10 years ago

Anti-RPG Quick Kill system - Slo-mo Defence System Goodness.

'the Raytheon system uses an electronically-scanned radar array to detect an incoming anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade, then vertically launches a countermeasure missile that blows the round to smithereens in mid-flight, saving the RPG's intended target.'All i know, is its one cool slo-mo video, that, and alot of tanks and vehicles are taken out by RPG's, so its a great step forwards.Via Gizmodo

Posted by gmjhowe 9 years ago


I bought a copy of PC Format today, here is their view on anti-virus software:"There is an argument against using any antivirus software at all."But, Avast! with it's exclamation mark is not that well ratedAVG comes out pretty goodThat's the free stuffPay-for-it, they rate Avira Premium Software Suite (above McAfee Total protection 2009, F-Secure Internet security 2009 and Norton Antivirus Gaming Ed 2009)See also

Posted by lemonie 9 years ago

Republicans on Instructables

This group is for all of us Republicans here on Instructables. I've seen quite a bit of anti-Bush and anti-Republican sentiment on this site (particularly from our member Fenris) and I've started this group to give us a place to commiserate and discuss the issues. All the best to yous all, Sugg22

Posted by sugg22 10 years ago

Anti-Yo Worldwide Video Yoyo Contest Winners Announced

Instructables is happy to announce the prizewinners from Anti-Yo Worldwide Video Yoyo Contest!Dozens of amazing videos were submitted with loads of different styles on display. Some supplied a couple tips while a few went all out and made Instructables with several steps. All showed off some skills and styles and for that we thank you.If you haven't checked out the yoyo videos, be sure to go to the contest group to see many more great Instructables. Judging for the contest was done by Kiya and Sonny from Anti-Yo. Big thanks to them,, and for the prizes. Now, on with the winners!Grand Prize WinnerThis Instructable and video made the judges swoon and the author will be walking away with the $350 BSP yoyo from Anti-Yo. How to do the trick Justin Webertaught me at Worlds 2005 by Boxthor To see Boxthor's recipe for success, also check out his power drink of choice. First PrizeThe authors of these two Instructables will each receive a $100 gift certificate from or Blind 5A by miggymigs Contest Submission 2 by Adam Brewster Second Prize The authors of these Instructables will each receive a robot patch and stickers from Anti-Yo and Instructables. The Motorcycle 2 A few rejections and a bucket Pasturisation and Triforce Tower Laceration Tutorial Elbow Thigh Regen Random Prize - For being lucky enough to have its picture dropped on top of a camera, the author of this Instructable will receive a robot patch and stickers from Anti-Yo and Instructables.and the random winner is...this yoyoer who likes dark rooms.

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago

Gun in Making: Anti-Tank Rifle Mk. 2

I am posting pics of a gun I am currently making. It will be a very long gun, probably 4' 8", but I ran out of pieces, so I will not know for a few weeks. The reason I am calling it "Anti-Tank" is because it is the ONLY knex rifle I know of that can fire the 7 1/2" grey/black rods, and it is the "Mk. 2" because the first version did not work. This rifle was inspired by the anti-tank rifle from Battlefield 2142. Enjoy. If this turns out, I should have an instructable up in a month or so. Pic 1: The gun so far. Pic 2: The gun so far from the back. 6/6 UPDATE:I have designed the trigger system today. It will not be a block trigger, but a sear system, which means that it now has a true trigger. I have also added a pic of the internals, as danny suggested.

Posted by Whaleman 11 years ago

What the F?

My background for instructables is displaying the background as an annoying flash file for norton anti-virus.

Posted by A good name 9 years ago

Airsoft/Spudgun crossover: Anti-Personnel Explosive thingies

Its a PVC/ABS thing that works like a spud gun, but launches a powder cloud (and potentially BB's). It's remote-triggered, so it can be buried underground, and only the top has to be removed, so it can be permanent. It works in the same way as a spud gun. I'll try to get diagrams up tomorrow, and if I can build it, pictures and an instructable, of course.

Posted by Rotten194 9 years ago

Why is everyone here so anti-responsive?

It seems every time I ask for tips on arranging my stereo or anything related to MY stereo (I have good shit, just don't know how to arrange things well), no one wants to help me and they just ignore me, I find it rather rude as I know it's intentional, it could be about anything else (explosives..explosives,..and maybe grenades) and people literally flock. How insaulting people.

Posted by Punkguyta 11 years ago

The best yoyo video so far

Whether you've been following the entries in the Anti-Yo contest or not, check this one out.Seriously. nostalgia

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago

Anti-Land Mine Robot

I have started design and concept design on a robot to mark (via GPS and UV paint) and destroy unexploded ordinance in Cambodia.  I am assembling teams for various aspects of the project (mechanical, electronics/power, practical application, coding and programming, construction, etc).  While many people have offered their experience and knowledge, the more people contributing can only benefit the end product.  This is not a money-maker, it's a life sustainer.  I'm looking for people who are interested in using their skills to better someone else's existence.   Though it is brand new, you can visit the project's blog at   All advice is welcomed.  Project updates will be regular. Thank you for your time, Huck

Posted by huck alexander 6 years ago

Problems posting comment / need anti-duplicate-posts

I was trying to post a comment and it wasn't doing anything when I pressed "Make Comment". Even after I refreshed the page like 10-20 times. I always copy (cmd+a and cmd+c) my comments before I hit the post button. For other websites, sometimes I run into an error for the first submit. But on Instructables, I reloaded the page so many times and pasted my comment and hit the button but nothing. Finally I just decided to hit the Make Comment button like it was an arcade fighter game. Then suddenly there were like 15 duplicates of my comment. I had to slowly delete one by one, each delete press had required a page reload so it was slow. I posted to: You guys need a better client side submit function and a server side anti-duplicate message post. If you are running PHP I can probably come up with something about the anti-duplicate post. But for a better javascript submitter, well I gotta open my can of worm brains without a can opener to plan and implement a good function.

Posted by tcambrón 3 years ago

Rainbow Dash, the pony you asked for!

I don't take any credit for these pictures I am just adding part of my collection. Thanks for the views and anti-bronies.......stay calm and flutter on! /)^3^(\ Awesome!

Posted by ~Fluttershy~ 5 years ago

Does anyone else hate this?

How willing people are to follow everyone else. Maybe its just high school, but I find myself confused as to how sheepish people are (willing to follow) I'm feeling angsty and all anti society right now

Posted by Weezer 9 years ago

my old laptop

I got my old laptop to work, windows 98, and it works perfectly now...this is hard, i know, i've tried, but, does anyone know where to get an anti virus that actually removes the virus? or something that rebuilds the registry?

Posted by Yerboogieman 10 years ago

more guns, please!

Hey there, i'm trying to make a gun that doesnt use knex parts because i dont have any knex. I have a group to post your 'ibles in or if you dont want to join, put a link to them here.anti-knex

Posted by coolz 10 years ago

Virus on Instructables !

I was online in the morning and was replying a message when suddely the command promt window showed up and then it disappered automatically...My anti virus gave a warning and it shutdown....It then restarted and i had to call the pc guys and get a new replacement....The guys said that it was

Posted by arylic 9 years ago

Anti-speeding device?

I am going to be buying a new motorcycle soon after spending several hundred dollars clearing up my previous youthful errors with my last one. Anyways, I am thinking about rigging a bright LED to the top of the windshield that comes on when I go above a certain speed. Right now all I can think of doing is like in the old movies when then make a time-bomb is drill a hole in the face of a clock (speedometer in this case) and have a wire come in contact with the speedometer when it reaches a certain speed. If anyone can come up with a more efficient and elligant idea and how to do it please email me at Thank you ahead of time, Chris

Posted by cjp91068 11 years ago

Propulsion Engineer

I want to design new propulsion systems that don't need to use combustion, what should I major in, I was thinking of majoring  in Aerospace engineering and minoring in Electrical engineering. Any suggestions? p.s. the propulsion includes, but is not limited to: anti-gravity/warp-drives  (Which physics says is plausible)

Posted by monkhm 7 years ago

UsbSafe² . Usb Safety Device! OpenSource, EEvblog

I have designed a new usb anti Juice Jacking device which will protect your private data from harmful attacs. It will also protect your Hardware by over voltage protection and current monitor. Check out the video below when Dave from EEVblog finds it in the mailbag. Also a short demovideo is attached!! Functions has been added and the features now are: 1 Anti Juice Jacking function. 2 OVP. Over voltage protection. 3 Current fuse functionality. 500mA/900mA/1500mA/2100mA/2400mA This project will go live ASAP at: At launch design files will be public! Navigate to prelaunch page and subscribe for release info!

Posted by Karoly Simon 2 years ago

wanted: how to build a dc rectifier for neon sign transformers

Please help me build a dc rectifier for a 10 kv neon sign transformer. i need it to be dc becouse im building an anti-gravity lifter and those dont work with ac

Posted by budsiskos 9 years ago

Winning Pwn2Own Hacker: Macs Are Safer Than PCs

Well, its nice to see the that the winner has common sense on his side.I've grabbed various bits of this from Gizmodo, whom got it from Tom's Hardware."I'd say that Macs are less secure for the reasons we've discussed here (lack of anti-exploitation technologies) but are more safe because there simply isn't much malware out there. For now, I'd still recommend Macs for typical users as the odds of something targeting them are so low that they might go years without seeing any malware, even though if an attacker cared to target them it would be easier for them."Be sure to read the Article before you start flaming.It mirrors what me and goodhart were saying before,A computers security is based entirely on the user.I used windows for over 2 years, with no anti-virus, no anti-spyware. Just a good firewall, and my common sense.My first rule of computing common sense is, only download pictures, music, and movies.If your going to get some illegal software get it from someone else whom has used the install files, and knows they work!Also, do not trust ll.13 when he links to your a serial website without informing you that most of them are Trojans.

Posted by gmjhowe 9 years ago

proximity chip relay

Not sure if in correct forum but here goes... I'm wondering if someone could design a simple and inexpensive way to use a chip to trip a relay with proximity. An idea I have for vehicle anti theft. possibly to bypass need for ignition barrel etc. but to allow the car not to be started without the presence of a close by chip. any ideas?

Posted by astrosurfer 10 years ago

The internets is broked!

Hello peoples My internet is broken yet i am still able to access it through IE All the other programs that use the net can't find it but IE can(for short periods of time) i dont know for sure but it might have somthing to do with my anti virus software deciding not to work a while ago... Any suggestions as to what the problem is? Thanks in advance.

Posted by GenericBadGuy 11 years ago

Virus in Instructable or false alarm?

When I try to open the following link, my Avast anti-virus sounds the alarm and aborts the connection. My question is: Does Avast have a screw loose or is this something that is a danger to the community and should be removed?Please be warned--possible virus attached!!!The link is: and Virusses by ELECTROfun)Thanks for any responses

Posted by jd570a 9 years ago

F25 Anti-Personnel Grenade

INSTRUCTABLE DONE!!! LinkThis is the new grenade i talked about in my new magazine forum topic: HereIt uses a spring motor that is activate by pushing up the pin on the bottom (after being cranked) to fling shrapnel to distances not achievable by your average run-of-the-mill grenades...or should I say blunt throwing objects...*cough cough*. On average, this grenade can fling various shrapnel (green rods, ball joints and connectors, etc...) up to 25 feet. The best feature of the grenade, besides its blast radius, is how YOU DON'T NEED TO REASSEMBLE IT; you just reload the shrapnel, and toss again.I also have a slightly different version of this that can be fired from a Knex RPG!!!!! (coming later this year, because the M4 is using most of my pieces).If you want i will post an instructable for it but you can probably build from pictures.

Posted by flames10391 10 years ago i was on the page above when i clicked "next":      my anti-virus program kicked in, AVG, and warning pop-ups about harmful site virus, etc came up like popcorn!

Posted by outreach 8 years ago

I have got my site up and running. What the site is for is for me making and selling programs, and soon to teach others how to script and program. The site is I currently have four programs for sell, well two programs and two anti-programs for those programs. If you want to know more just go visit the site.

Posted by Nemraiku 10 years ago

blasted "loading bar" right in the middle of photos

Thanks to the people who suggested fire fox- I'm instructed to not fiddle with the computer since it is shared.  some times the "loading bar" appears, and sometimes it doesn't.  My husband does clear out the cashe, and we have the latest Norton anti virus program installed (sadly we have a PC) I would like to have an apple.  any other suggestions?  Thanks :0)

Posted by porcupinemamma 7 years ago

Finding the right foam

Hey all,  I'm trying to build blocks out of foam that need to be anti static foam because it is going to interact with a tablet touch screen It needs to be about 1in thick. I was planning on using polyethylene foam but I wasn't sure about where to go to buy it could anyone help? I'm open to suggestions about better foam choices as well but my budget isn't very large. Thanks!

Posted by jgg0592 5 years ago

New immigration law of Arizona

So lately there have been many reports on the news about the new immigration law in Arizona. I do not agree with the new law, and I would like to know what the Instructables community thinks about this new law.  Here are a few links to what it says-

Posted by Glad(to-meet-ya)ys 8 years ago

Plasma Rifle Charity Auction

Hi there, i though i would post this here, as to draw attention, and also allow discussion.Due to making more and more items, i am running out of, sadly, i am going to be selling my loved plasma rifle.You can see the construction and build quality here *Plasma Rifle -ible*All proceeds from the auction will be donated to Crimestoppers, who help out with a lot of anti-knife and gun crime over here in the UK, whom also happen to be having an anti-kife and gun week soon. the charity can be found here CrimestoppersI think the best way to sell this, is with a private auction. Basically, send me a private message, and the highest amount wins.The auction will end next saturday at 1.00am BST(note - if the private auction does not work, or for some reason not permitted i will then post the item on ebay)The rifle itself makes for a great conversation piece, to sit as part of your collection. Or for use in your latest indie film!Thanks for reading.Jakeps, this i also posted this topic under market place, but i wasn't sure wether that was the right place, or here.

Posted by gmjhowe 10 years ago

Custom CSS to enhance instructable

Hi, I would like to use custom CSS to enhance my instructables. It's possible to use inline css but I don't like it because it is very limited and inefficient. Are we allowed to define custom classes or import a custom style sheet and how can we do this? I'm especially need this to have hover effects and set opacity etc. For example I want to have a hover effect on the very last (inline) image link of this instructable: thanks for the help.

Posted by kasperfish 3 years ago

No verification image for posting comments

I'm on a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.7.5, using Safari 6.0.5 I can't post a comment because the captcha/anti-spam image and the box for entering it doesn't appear. I can type in my comment, but when I hit the post button, I get the message "Please type the two words as seen on image" No image, no place to type it. This is the project page I was on: Same problem if I go to the original project page with Step 1 only. Thanks, Jerry

Posted by JerryPT 5 years ago

OPENDNS is blocking access to streamsend links in your mailings

The OPENDNS DNS lookup and anti-phishing service I've used for the last few years has suddenly  decided that the streamsend redirected links in the Instructables weekly newsletters are an attempt at phishing.  I am able to access the instructables web site directly, but I can't follow links from your emails any more. I receive the weekly newsletter through Yahoo email. My older Instructables newsletters that I was previously able to read are having their streamsend links blocked too. This is a problem between streamsend and OPENDNS.  However, Instructables is affected by this if they're a customer of streamsend.

Posted by AGetzler 8 years ago