I'll keep this one nice and short - and hopefully save a couple of people participating in a bit of self inflicted baldness!
Installing the TinyMCE module (a nice WYSIWYG editor) in Drupal 5 should be a breeze.
You then enable the module as you would any other.
We inherited another site today, with an interesting problem (actually it has many problems but that's another story). When the Drupal cache is enabled totally blank pages are often displayed. A quick google search fails to bring back much info, so it looks like were going to actually have to work for dinner today :)
We've come up with a brilliant competition with the booktribes guys running throughout the whole of March. The concept is simple, sign up to the site and write reviews and comments about any book you like - the best comment each day is selected as the winner.
We inherited a site that was running a very old (probably un patched) version of Drupal 4.6. The site was getting a massive number of hits to the URL /emailpage - at least 20 a minute, even when there was no other traffic on the site.
This looked suspiciously like a mail header injection problem. Even though the server was not currently sending out any spam we figured that at some point in the past the emailpage module was running un secure, and the site got itself onto someone's spambot list :(.
When a crack team of bookphiles came up with a brilliant idea for a new social networking site, who did they call to implement it? Well, ComputerMinds of course - based on our impressive portfolio of Drupal based sites, and our ability to cut out the geek speak and tell it like it really is.
And the result? One of the hotest sites for 2007 - booktribes.