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there are two popular ways (among others) to transfer a dev WP site to production: copy all files to your destination server and then deal with the data issues by going into mysql and updating the urls (via find and replace) to thenew url alternatively, you can just simply install a new version of wordpress on the destination server and do a data import ...
There are three big tools for this: Notable redmark ConceptShare ConceptShare has a free 30-day trial. Notable also has a free account for up to 3 users. It's made by ZURB, a fantastic design and usability shop, so I'd probably start there. Good luck!
Google Docs Drawings might work for you. With Google Docs drawings you can easily create, share, and edit drawings online. Here are a few specific things you can do: Edit drawings online in real time with anyone you choose, and invite others to view your edits in real time. Chat with others who are editing your drawing, from within the drawings ...
check out http://dribbble.com/ There is a huge wealth of in progress projects posted. Users have the ability to vote, love and make suggestions on your work.
You Have Edit CSS from Templates. Go to Blogger Dashboard Then go to Template. From there click on Edit HTML Then search for menu class or id in Edit there. Thats all!
One option would be to implement your menu as a hand-coded HTLM gadget, rather than using the Pages gadget. That way, you could choose which styles to apply to particular menu items.
If the website is started from scratch, simply just copy all the files from the folder where your local installation of Wordpress is located in directly to the destination server, just change paths and the database accordingly after you have done so.
Xtranormal is one, I believe that was used for the infamous "mongodb is webscale" cartoon. Xtranormal models are 3d-esque. For cartoonish characters, perhaps Dvolver or Digital films would be more suited.
I've used an application called http://www.dabbleboard.com/ - not a bad online app to try. It's not specifically designed for database design but does help in building an ERD.
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