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>NEET guide to web dev employment
Those jobs like lionbridge or whatever in the quakeroats pastebin.
Are they actually decent? I would love to do that for work if I can get 40 hours a week out of it and they dont do random layoffs.
How do get into this distributed meme? I want to have a cluster of 3 machines running the same array of containers in docker, I can get networking and shit working fine using swarm.
My problems start at the application layer, using Go I want a fast KV store for exchanging shit like sessions within the cluster, but it's now clear that none of the bindings really support redis's "cluster" mode, using haproxy seems retarded since i'll just have a single point of failure again(i mean i could run it on the cluster but then how do i distribute the requests and data? still can't use cluster mode due to no "MOVE" support, using replicas as hot spares with sentinal only makes things more complicated).
glad you figured it yourself, somehow longer to do but easier to memorize.
As an other anon said, you don't have to put www. before. http:// is enough.
I make that mistake often when I began web dev, it makes me smile that you are doing the same.
Anybody have any experience with these books? Thinking about picking them up.
Looking into getting into front end development.
Can someone give me a quick run down between the main frameworks (Angular, React, and Ember, from what I understand) and the major differences between them? And if one is better to start with.
Does anyone have experience or information on working in Europe? I would love to move out there once I graduate even if its just for a year.
Do european firms look for western coders? Are there any sites that specialize in it?
I don't even care about the pay, I just think it would be such an amazing experience.
If you don't care about the "social" aspect,
Bitbucket. Private repos are free as long as you don't have more than 5 collaborators (in all repos combined, that is). Collaborators as in "people with Bitbucket account with access to repo", not "commit authors".
Alternatively, GitLab (especially since you can host your own instance, if you want).
Its that continent that starts with EU and ends in ROPE
Does anyone have some real advice? I'm Serbian, live in Canada, visit my sister every in France and travel through neighbouring countries almost yearly; I know europe I just misspoke. If you guys want to stop being pedantic 13 year olds I'd apprechiate some actual insight.
Install gitlab ce on a vps and just host your own or you dont even need github, you can still have a remote repository without the visual interface.
kissing max .. are you here, based anon?
I am haeving problems. I installed my theme, started added pages, the whole shebang. The thing is, when I try to clutter up my homepage with widgets, the ones on the Themeforest site don't seem to be here.
I also have them on the .psd file that came with it, listed as "icon boxes". Pic related.
I would like to add some to my new WP site, with any random icons that look like pic related, the "Powerful Admin" thing. What do?
Why can't I activate the third box?
What am I doing wrong?
>How can I live update my pages with PHP?
A php script is executed only once when the user makes an HTTP request.
How can I make the boxes appear next to each other on smaller devices? I tried display: inline; but that did not solve anything... The nav is placed inside <ul> </ul>
European web dev here. I work in Northern Europe.
It might be hard to find a job here as a foreign without speaking the local language. Even though in every medium to large company all the documentation and code is in English they're a bit hesitant to hire foreign people that don't speak the language. That's because even if the official language is English people tend communicate in the local language whenever they can. It isn't impossible to find work but makes it harder. If you're already living there it becomes easier, living abroad, especially outside Europe, and not knowing the language will make finding a job really hard. That's because all of EU is a single region without the need for visas when it comes to finding new workers.
My company just got rid of all our Indian codemonkeys and has been hiring new local devs. And I've heard a lot of similar stories during the last couple of years.
Having lived in multiple places around the US and EU I'd take Europe over the US in a heartbeat, even with the current developments. But I'll not go deeper into the reasons here as it would need it's own thread.
>make lovely page layout
>test it in internet explorer
>have to redo the whole thing using floats.
not him, but
>having a choice either way
Do you even work in the industry? I've luckily convinced our team lead to switch to flexbox with js fallbacks, but unless you're running the show, you do what you're told.
Yes I work in the industry. And I understand that you do what you're told if you aren't running the show. However you can highly influence what you need to do by picking a place that has policies that actually me sense.
We had dropped IE9 support ages ago and IE10 was dropped right after MS dropped it's support.
When your design starts looking bad you create a new breakpoint. We can't tell you which sizes you should have your breakpoints at if we can't see your design.
I worked in Berlin, english was spoken in the office. The pay wasn't that great, but it was cheap to live there. Germans are much more formal about degrees, experience, and specialisation. I'd recommend it.
for dom traversal and manipulation.
>there are people who actually read books in order to learn PHP
unordered list and use padding-left/padding-right on the list items? put the image in its own div so the padding of "vita gioielli" and "trollbeads" would space it out accordingly? (im just a noob so i could be COMPLETELY wrong.)
uhhh. let me put it this way:
"item ............................ $price" on a small screen display like an old smartphone.
now i open the webpage on a 4k monitor.
"item ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $price"
the number of ellipses need to be dynamically generated for a given viewport size.
It seems like most jobs are in PHP, WordPress, and HTML/CSS, but the best ones are JS frameworks and back-end stuff. I like algorithmic coding, but my understanding of how the back-end works is still weak.
Any suggestions on what I should focus on learning and what kinds of work I should aim for?
you need to open ports in your router, to "route" them to your web server
HOWEVER, this is not the right way to do what you want to do. use a dedicated web server, you can get one for cheap or even for free (amazon, google's app engine free, heroku, openshift, etc)
if you want to learn more about this, I'd suggest asking in >>>/g/flt or in >>>/g/sqt . sadly, there is no networking thread anymore...
Only JS. I did the CodeCademy tutorials on Python, SQL, etc., but that barely counts. I did all the JS algorithm puzzles on CodeCademy, Free Code Camp, and some other sites, and used it in all my projects.
Here's a good guide of what you should learn if you're looking to get into webdev.
The guy who made this has a good youtube channel, the links go there.
I know all the stuff I need to make a website but it still looks like shit. Any ideas?
Also, where can I learn about making responsive design without something like bootstrap, or should I Just import bootstrap's grid system every time?
I see you. But I'm guessing it would be better done by aligning everything (the <ul>) centrally with margins separating them, and in the middle of the list the image will be there with it's own set of padding/margins.
I dunno dude. Pick whichever one you like the best.
By the way you don't need to know every single thing on that diagram to be employable.
Here's a video where the guy explains the diagram.
>decide to do webdev professionally 6 months ago after faffing around with it as a hobby for years
>proceed to learn lots, fill in the gaps in my knowledge
>bang out a couple of example projects and slap them on my github
>start looking for a job just before Christmas
>live in the North of England
>not exactly silicon valley
>all jobs are fucking PHP and ASP.NET.
>apply for the PHP ones because I kinda know PHP.
>get plenty of interviews
>end up having successful interview
>Its not even PHP, the guy wants me to learn Ruby on Rails
>learn RoR it for about a week
>can just about throw together a simple example application
>have another interview for apparently the only Node.js job in the region
>end up getting the job and getting paid more than I was expecting.
It's been an adventure
So learn what you're interested in, someone will probably pay you to do it. Enthusiasm and knowledge about a thing that you're interested in is going to be better in an interview than "I learned PHP because there's a lot of jobs going".
But really just learn anything, once you can program using one language you can easily transfer to another. If you end up having to take a PHP job its not the end of the world.
>>apply for the PHP ones because I kinda know PHP.
>>get plenty of interviews
>>end up having successful interview
>>Its not even PHP, the guy wants me to learn Ruby on Rails
sad state of the industry tbqh
>So learn what you're interested in, someone will probably pay you to do it. Enthusiasm and knowledge about a thing that you're interested in is going to be better in an interview than "I learned PHP because there's a lot of jobs going".
I reached the same thought a while ago. Good for you, Anon.
so i'm in the middle of a very VERY awful web development program at my university. i've been basically teaching myself everything from the start. i can do basic personal/company sites with only html and css and some of them use a random bit of php or js here or there. i want to move on to something a bit more complex.
i have seen LOTS of sites that are basically the same as this one and i want to learn to create it from scratch.
where should i even start?
i figured that because i have seen a lot like them.
i'm just kind of wanting to know about the large functional parts of it i should learn about, like making a link that goes to a certain scroll point, etc
So have to build a eCommerce site for a uni project, looking to code the theme etc from scratch, maybe using something like skeleton, need to probably learn some JS etc.
Heres the conundrum. How hard is it to code a backend for ecomerce and integrate it with something nice and secure like paypal or something? I know a bit of python and have messed with flask, but It's still pretty nerve wracking. Its gonna be used by a client for their actual business, so it needs to be easy to use and pretty good.
Should I code the entire backend or just find a package that I can design the frontend for. Any suggestions? Its a 400 hour project, including all the reports etc so would I even have the time considering I know pretty much no JS?
Also, should I just code a backend so that I can keep it and use it in future projects as a bit of a "turnkey" solution to this problem? Or am I overthinking this massively? I'm almost completely on my own tutor wise.
Google is your friend. If it's going to be used by a client, i recommend django as it is naturally secure and much more mature. There are several django ecommerce packages as well.
>be like you 2 years ago.
>decided to do webdev after deciding that my current career path will lead me to eventual suicide.
>made some intranet examples and posted them on my portfolio on my website
>week later got a job offer as a entry level dev in IT
>first week, didnt touch any web... ended up inheriting an old fucking SharePoint 07 platform
>learned ASP / C# / PowerShell in 2 weeks.
>then pulled into other projects, doing NodeJS, Python, SCCM and Puppet automation, Orchestrator, OpenStack.
>demand more money and a title change after only working for 7 months, due to being full Systems Engineer DevOps role and not a webdev.
>Gets on salary x3 more pay.
>Puts goals this year, decom old SharePoint for SP16, New Citrix infrastructure, Skype for Business On-Prem, upgrade our primary SAN to 14 petabytes. .......and maybe do some webdev.
I need to take some time to get some certs, with my current background i could be making upwards of 160k if i had any education to show on my resume.
>like making a link that goes to a certain scroll point
a basic example
<!-- yadda yadda -->
<a href="#theSpot">Head to the Spot</a>
<!-- lines and lines of yadda -->
<p> whatever </p>
Effectively, create anchor points (in the example above, it's noted by the "div id="theSpot"), and then wherever your link is, you just link to that id. That's the gist of it.
So you think I should Opt to code it by hand?
In terms of making the site, should I get a static site up first and then build the backend, do it the other way around or just do it all at once? I'm a little lost on the "workflow" I should follow to make it all fit.
So I just started learning SQL, in the hopes of one day becoming a database technician, but really, IT scares me, I feel like I don't know enough ever, and really I just want to sit at an office, crank out work where I'm not under pressure constantly (previous job was fast food, now its a call center with back to back to back calls) and I can just enjoy making stuff and maintaing stuff. I don't want to be some hotshot, I just want like 40 to 60,000 a year so I don't have to worry. Is front end web dev good for this or will it be inevitably freelancing forever and not having any office-type groups where you're just on a team working?
In anything data driven(like ecommerce), the data models should be the single source of truth. i.e., write the backend first. You don't have to build the payment architecture yourself, just use something like braintree.
A good DBA is always a good commodity in IT that is a pretty sought after position to be filled. You can sit all day and manage and monitor SQL DBs run by several departments and tune and manage mission critical content, and right around your pay bracket too.
Even if you never touch a front end, sysadmins will still love you for keeping DBs clean, compacted, optimized, and not eat up Disk, or have bad queries result in expensive memory writes that burn off page.
Business Intelligence people will also suck your dick for keeping their Data fresh.
I made the mistake of not asking "what are you currently using as an intranet now". When i got in the job and started my first week, they had this SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2003 environment that was just BEYOND me. I ended up teaching myself asp.net and C# to take over that system. That was my trial by fire intro into being a sysadmin and not a webdev.
You can write your own encryption algo and host it on your webserver.
or you can use a tool online like this?
then publish your newly encrypted file on your webserver.
Any PHP man in?
When I'm running XAMPP and my XMLHttpRequest Object readystate is stuck at one (i.e connection established), but wont hit two (request received) what does that indicate? Do I have to fuck around in PHP.ini?
Might also be because of the request header, im trying to upload a file but using form-encoded or whatever.
Tips? Call me a fucking idiort? I feel like one.
Thats neat, I don't know how to break into that field of operation, like what the career path would be from foot in the door to working as a DBA or even under as a DBA.
Web Dev still interests me, but I'm wondering if it would be consistently scrounging for work or if you'd hit a steady patch where you could work at a.. firm.. or whatever manages development teams. I'm the kind of person that needs consistency with jobs. But I don't wnat to be the guy, just another cog/grunt that pushes things along.
Hey guys. Can anyone help. I'm making my first Wordpress site.
Whilst editing the site, I had [domain].com/wp as the "home" page. When I go to general settings and alter the Site URL to [domain].com, I get a 404 and have to manually re-change it back to [domain].com/wp in my phpAdminpanel in cpanel.
How can I fix this to [domain].com?
How do I force if I have some text in a li "Request a quote" when it reaches the page border I want the whole thing to start on a new line, rather than Quote goes on a new line, then "A" as it gets smaller.
Is there a way to force it to overflow as one element?
So sweden then.
I'm actually moving to stockholm in june, hoping to land a front end dev job at an agency there. What are my prospects as a UK born developer with 2.5 years experience and a foundation degree?
Pretty good I'd say. It's easy to find jobs within EU as there's no need for visas or any other bureaucracy bs. All you need is a place to sleep at and you're set to start working. And Swedish companies aren't th afraid of hiring people who can't speak Swedish as they understand their language is a minority language and the work is done is English anyway. Germany and the France are the countries where you'll have the most problems finding work as someone who only speaks English.
Sweden is probably one of the best places on earth to live at. A bit less with all the yes sweden shit that's been going on but it's stopping and you can avoid most of the effects by not living in the immigrant infested areas. I'm also pretty sure the only social democrats that can into maths are in Sweden.
The pay won't be the same as in SV but neither is the cost of living.
Are there any websites that help you partner up with someone for a project (paid, open source, startup, etc) ?
Not a freelancing site, but one where people post project ideas and they can team up to make it happen?
Thanks, it's good to know i won't be at a disadvantage for not knowing swedish (I intend to learn anyway).
Do you work at an agency or a larger company that sells SAAS? Does your company help with training its more junior developers? I want to get into reactjs
Work for a bank. So it goes to your latter category.
As for the language you most likely won't need it for the job but knowing it makes everyday life much easier, even though most swedes speak great English.
It doesn't really matter. Both the countries are really similar and I've lived in both of them. Though if you can choose Sweden is the one where you want to be.
So how do I realize something like a game lobby in PHP?
Thought about making the lobby in a MySql DB in which you can check in and out. The problem would be to check if the dude is actually still in the lobby, something like sending a "pulse" every 15 seconds or so and cleaning up with a cronjob. But that sounds incredible clunky.
I've been offered not one job, but two!
And I don't mean like, an interview, they've both asked when I'll start.
So who do I ditch?
So what does /wdg/ think of muh architecture? number of sites/services is going to be around 40, sessions are persisted through the cluster using redis replicas in ro mode, writes go back to the master where the primary database is.
Dont do this >>52882275
Look at both the jobs. Then create pros/cons lists of both of them, somehow go through those and pick the one which seems better.
For example I'd rather get paid a bit less if it means that I'll get to have flexible hours, some paid holidays and no dress code. Ain't nobody gonna survive in corporate hell.
What job should I aim to get if I want to work remotely? I want to be a digital nomad and be able to work anywhere in the world with an internet connection. I'm currently studying accountancy and was considering a change.
I am willing to study new skills in my spare time in the evenings and weekends, there are so many online resources of high quality nowadays the internet has really opened it up.
Anyone have an idea why this is happening?
Ruby on Rails is nice. Python and Django or Flask are nice.
PHP is old but quite ubiquitous, still used a lot and has decent frameworks like Laravel and Symphony.
ASP.NET is also still around and people use it.
So fuck it, pick one that you like. They're all very capable.
I like how that article completely glosses over the SJW diversity bullshit that is actually making people leave.
Ahh ok, but If I plan on using it as a place to store my code for employers to view, that doesn't really effect me does it, its the community that has gone to pot.
Also fuck me that image
Well if you ever do publish something that gains popularity, expect a boatload of useless nu-male tumblr vultures to pick through your code and submit issues because they were triggered by code comments or variable names.
I had plenty of recruiters calling me after I put my resume on a job site.
There are some IT specialist job boards, I recommend sticking to them rather than using fucking Monster.
I have 4 repos so far (and other people here probably a lot more than 4) and they're all on GitHub. It's easy to use and I cant be assed to change to a new one and have to update everything else in accordance
Do these people commenting have jobs? I genuinely find this worrying that I am training for an industry where I will HATE everyone around me.
I am not /pol/ tier but I don't want to be fired for racism because I said "Some of the biggest barriers to progress are white women" is stupid.
New to media queries (and everything really) here.
I want to have a section split into half and stack on top of each other when the page gets to a certain width, I am currently using the Skeleton boilerplate and the full width screen is two 6 column divs next to eachother.
My issue is the boilerplate wants to keep a 12 column width at all times when I want it to split when the screen is under a certain size.
You're entering an industry predominantly populated by nerds, guys who are known for having shitty social skills, being unable to enforce their boundaries, and generally being passive betas.
These tendencies are naturally going to lead to some of them becoming nu-male white knights, and lead to other undesirable things in the industry's culture. Such as working ridiculously long hours because people simply don't know how to say no:
If anything we need reasonable people like you to counteract this tidalwave of bullshit.
I want to make quick money. I'm thinking to learn Flash/AS3 and make little flash games to get sponsored by Armorgames and Kongregate and such. I know, it's inferior to HTML5/JS, but I really like ArmorGames' sponsorship program and they only accept Flash. Just one flat sponsorship check and that's it, no relying on ad revenue or views or anything.
Anyone know any good Flash development tools for Linux? They seem mostly made just for Windows, except for qflash which is out of date and won't compile.
>I'm thinking to learn Flash/AS3
>Armorgames and Kongregate
Wow... welcome to 2005. Flash is literally deader than dead
>Introducing HTML5 Support!
>We are introducing HTML5 support to Armor Games. You can now upload your HTML5 games in zip format. We expect an index.html file at the root of the zip file, no more than 500MB post-extraction, and no more than 1000 files. Please let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to your creativity adapted to
(yes, it cuts off like that)
Because the ArmorGames business model is fucking solid. You submit your game in one swf file, if they like it they give you a 1 to 3 thousand dollar check and stick their logo on it, maybe ask you to include some armorgames-only content. That much money for a week or two is a really good deal, no matter how "dead" the media form is.
And because you get your money in one flat payment, you don't need to care if anyone uses it afterwards.
I know. I haven't ruled out doing that, though I'd like to make a couple original games to satisfy my artistic tastes as well. I'm thinking pretty basic metroidvania type platformers or LttP clones, those are always good games if the art and maps are well done.
So you're going from
>I want to learn flash
>I will bang out a high-quality game in 1-2 weeks and receive a $3000 check, and I will do this without spending years practising making Flash games.
I used to make flash games back in 2003 and posted them on Newgrounds. If you think that you can bang out a decent game in 1-2 weeks, and have someone pay you thousands of dollars for it, then you're going to be bitterly disappointed.
A better path to money is to get a job. Spend 1-2 years learning programming, focus on a specific language, get hired as a junior developer, get like $35k-50k per year.
Anyone with a real simple trick to prevent from scrolling? I don't want overflow:hidden, i need to really block the scroll bar (when activating a button).
This is for my menu, when i clik on the menu button, an overlay takes over.
how the fuck do I into asp.net MVC?
How do I even a simple web page? All the tutorial are just all about muh models and scaffolding but I just want to show a web page right now and I have no idea how half this shit works
I like new retro personally
>I don't want to learn how this thing works
>How do I make it work?
Just do PHP if you're too stupid to learn.
Yeah, Tyrone, seconding >>52884953. MVC might be a bit too much for you at this point.
If you just want a single web page to rep your hood an' sheeeeiiiit, PHP might be a better choice; or even just static HTML. JS might give you some interactivity without developing this whole complex scary backend, leave dat shit to us, crackaz and chinks.
MVC is good because separating logic and UI stuff is good. If you can do that without MVC then MVC is worthless. You should learn it anyway if you're planning on doing web development with more people than yourself. ("Knowing it" but not having experience isn't good enough.)
How do I get the right div from acting like black to acting like red? I've tried wrapping everything in another div and specifying that div's width and doing other stuff but nothing I do works. Sorry for the stupid question; I feel like there's an obvious answer but I've been doing things for awhile I think should work and they don't.
On the html page before the</head>tag you put:<link rel="stylesheet" href="your_css_file.css">
This is pretty basic stuff. You should do some tutorials.
I think I just figured it out, I placed the 2nd div before the first and floated it to the right. I have some nonsense with absolute positioning going on in the left div though so after I did this there's some overlap. I'll probably just fiddle with margins until it makes sense.
Ok, here it is recreated, don't worry about the odd logos above Phone, Email and Fbook, thats just because it doesn't have the webfont.
When you make the page smaller, one of the logos will go onto a new line, just before that point I want to force all the logos to go onto a new line under the links and address.
Edited link so its just the code and not collaborative version.
Social media retardo checking in.
I was given the task of generating a report that was just the number of unique Twitter users that were exposed to a set of tweets from 450+ different users.
These tweets weren't part of a campaign or anything, just random tweets.
I used their/followers/idsREST API endpoint to get the data, but there has to be a better way, right? The rate limiting there is insane.
People pointed me to twitter's analytics page, but I don't see how that helps me for the report I ran.
semi-related but does anyone know if it's possible to archive someone's entire tweets?
Twitter doesn't allow you do to so, and only permits you to scroll bit-by-bit, meaning searching for a tweet from 2011 or whenever is tedious.
I wonder if somebody has written a script that download's someone's entire tweet history. It would be useful weapon in the cultural war against the progressive cuckolds that dominate social media.
Does anyone use Treehouse?
If you're a baker, and you're going to bake some bread to show that you can bake, in order to get hired as a baker... You don't build yourself an oven out of clay and stone, and cut wood with a stone hatchet to make the fire, and grind the flour from wheat that you grew yourself.
Use the tools that are available to you. Also look into making various JS frameworks like Angular and React.
trying to install ruby on rails on debian 8 guest on a windows 7 host using his guide: https://github.com/rbenv/rbenv
when i run ruby i get "bash: ruby: command not found." what the fuck am i doing wrong, considering i followed the guide STEP FOR STEP. god fucking damnit do i hate this autistic piece of shit linux operating system.
How can I get my site to be more compressed? I feel like everything is stretched wide and I'm going for that more flowy, elongated look. I know I'm lacking content, so that could be part of the reason, but does anyone else have any ideas? general code critique?
Just us Angular. If you don't understand, you should pick a new profession. hth
I'm aiming to build a website that looks like link related
The source code tells me it was made using squarespace. But that's all I know.
I don't want to pay $25 bucks a month. Is there a theme like that site I can use? Thanks:)
you mean code it myself from the ground up? daunting.
I don't know CSS. I can barely do a wordpress with an installed theme.
found the demo .. is it downloadable anywhere as a zip file? i'm happy to pay ££.
I voted Meteor. Meteor is easy to start learning as its completely self-contained and seems to try to make rapid-prototyping easy. However nobody actually makes anything with Meteor because its rare that you actually need 2-way client-server functionality in most web apps, and Meteor sacrifices a lot of developer control in order to enable that one feature.
Get your feet wet with Meteor, switch to Node/Koa/Angular once you kind of have some idea what you're doing.
http://www.squarespace.com/templates/ found some templates here
I actually really dislike this trend of having huge images and crisp fonts dominating the entire internet. It seems to have happened around 2011, when the iPad took off and the entire web got redesigned to look "fresh" on an iPad.
Meh .. anyway, I plan to fill the site with lots of actual content, not flashy images and sliders and "minimalist" helvetica font.
Pay someone who knows what they're doing to make your website for you.
What's wrong with just typing 'sudo apt-get install ruby-full'?
all of the autists recommend against it because repositories are outdated. apparently following a guide for rbenv literally STEP BY STEP can't get the fucking piece of shit to work, so fuck it.
It was added with Visual Composer, which is a premium plugin that adds a visual page builder to wordpress. As for the Visual Composer plugin that was used, I'm not sure. Any sort of carousel plugin would probably work.
I'm specifically looking for something with free public repos so that I can show other people my shit.
I suppose I could get myself a server and install a gogs.io instance, but the ability to work on multiple projects with multiple owners with only one set of creds is github's main appeal.
I have to read up on my PHP for my final test in 3 days, I'm confident on my notes, but I want something else to read up on.
What does /g/ recommend to skim through to brush up on general PHP?
I already began some tutorial about Angular (DIY tuts). There is so much doc and problems fixed through Stackoverflow that it looks the best choice to begin with.
But actually I wish I could go directly with React since it looks like it's the new trend.
I just launched babby's first wordpress. The problem is the root directory is in domain.com/wp, instead of domain.com
so domain.com gives a
"This is a your hosting holding page with Farbyte UK web hosting.
Please upload your website to this location, copying over this document."
only domain.com/wp works
I've tried editing my index.php file with an FTP client but not working. Can anyone help?
random question but tell me who's in the right here
i'm in a group project, one guy didn't show up the week before the topic proposal is due when we took each others emails and decided what to do. I offered to write the entire proposal and just send it out the day before its due so the rest of the group can look at it and put there names for the sections they want to cover. An hour ago (6pm the night before its due) the other member emails us asking what we have so far and "reminding us" that its fucking due tomorrow.
Should I tell him to get fucked and that we've already divided the presentation up into three groups and adding him in now the day before its due would fuck us over or should I just say fuck it and add him in? It doesn't really make a difference since he would have done about as much work as everyone else since I wrote the entire thing but its the principle of it, he didn't know I offered to write it all and he's clearly just trying to get his name on it now
i think ill just tell him to get fucked, that he should have contacted us earlier and that its not on me or us to track him down but vice versa
Dude he didn't show up to class and he doesn't post in the online discussions, I made an effort. I even talked to the prof who told me if I can't track him down not to worry because my group had enough members as is.
This is a third year course why the fuck is the onus on me to track down a 20 year old upper year student like i'm his parent I'm not enrolled to hold a dipshits hand through uni.
Goddamn, floating one to the left and the other to the right was the solution all along. I had an element with a max-width wrapping the two blocks that was fucking this up that I forgot about.
There isn't anything on the page below it and there won't be, so this solution works fine.
I'll add it anyway though. Did you mean replace the floats with that or add it in addition to the floats? Without the floats it doesn't work. Even when I add display: inline-block to both elements it reacts the same to text being added below in another div, no matter how zoomed in I am.
Why? Stop being a young faggot. You will never have to compete with this guy for a job.
Statistically none of your group will even end up with a job in your chosen field so what does it matter? You just want your 1 day of self-important justice. Quit it.
Denying people is not how you network. One of you might be making the others burgers one day. Either way it's a bad deal for you.
It's not self-important, it's about not being taken advantage of.
I'm going to let him in but not because it's the right thing to do; the right thing to do would to tell him to get fucked and email the prof.
I'm going to get a shit grade on this because of you stupid fucking faggots
go fuck yourselves seriously
>Doesn't know that when you work for someone in the real world you can't just "exclude" them.
>Being this fucking young.
>Being a tattletale "being the bigger man is for losers" whiny bitch.
He denied himself the ability to learn the content (as did the rest of your group btw) and so he's already lost. Get over it and move on. Tell him your doing him a favour and drop it.
At any good uni they would give you team feedback forms to tell how good your team was, slag him off in that.
I know that you'd let Tyrone fuck you in the ass, that abundantly clear, but would you also let him fuck your wife?
>hurr durr when you get into the real world
>hurr durr everything is a lesson
Fuck off cuck
No that's fine and better than the alternative, but each of those script tags is a new http request and 5 is getting up there. Ideally you would have them all precompiled into a single js file that you actually reference.
If I want to make a media query target just my phone (SG3) what breakpoint(s) would I use?
For instance, my body is 800px wide and when the window is less than 800px (mobile?) i want the margins on it to be 0px. Turns out that my phones screen is hi-res and therefore the width of the display never goes below 800px!
What do I do?
What projects are you guys working on? What are you studying? How's it going?
I'm learning flask. It's the first backend framework i've worked with and its going well so far. I've figured out templating and now I'm moving on to making dynamic content and using libraries to make some basic apps like a login page, blog, chat, etc.
I had that same problem but never really bothered to figure it out
the answer should be in here somewhere
>What projects are you guys working on?
Making a dew Bootstrap themes to add to my portfolio and sell them on Themeforrest.
>What are you studying?
Learning NodeJS on the side
>How's it going?
NodeJS is a bitch.
I'm learning frontend stuff, I've actually learned some backend frameworks and related technologies already so I figured I should properly learn how to just do a static webpage. In some ways it's not as bad as I thought it'd be, but in others it's pretty frustrating.
I like Flask. It feels like a good level of abstraction. By not focusing on being a complete solution it lets itself work with anything equally well.
Has anyone ever used Pyramid? I'm thinking about checking it out after this. Also Twisted (though I'm honestly not sure if it can be classified like Flask or Pyramid-- I've just heard it's good from a friend and I want to learn about whatever it does).
If you have the time you should watch the first talk for Node.js, it's pretty neat. Ryan Dahl was so nervous.
I'm working on something for this company and they want me to touch up the side bar nav on this little rails app, even though I've told them I don't know anything about rails. In the app users can create pages and they get their own url ( ex /pages/wow.html), obviously.
How can I link to those user created pages on the nav? I don't see and kind of database in the db folder and have no clue how to go about finding the filepath for user generated pages. Ughh