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  1. Hey all, I'm almost in the 50 club! I just turned 49 in June. It's good to see that I'm not the only who decided to learn code at this age. I just started and I am loving it so far. Wishing you well, Daniel
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  3. Hi Everyone! I'm a Graphic Designer from Trinidad & Tobago. No coding experience but that's gonna change soon! Built my own WordPress website using a visual builder now I want to know the code that makes it work. Looking forward to chatting with everyone!
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  4. Here are some Tips for Choosing the Best Domain Name Use Keywords in Your Domain Name Search Keep Your Domain Name Short Make Your Domain Name Easy to Pronounce and Spell Keep it Unique and Brandable Avoid Hyphens in Domain Name.
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  5. My name is Rimsha. I'm a 26 year old from pakistan lahore . Right now I'm working in marketing and sales for local business, but I'm obsessed with business and innovation. Creating real value for people is what gets me out of bed every morning! Although I've taken some of coding courses and self-learned a bit of programming, I am no authority on the subject. I feel like I know just enough to understand how everything works. However, I find topics of modern tech implementation pretty exciting and I look forward to listening what everyone has to share
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  6. I've been meaning to post this for ages as a riposte to Stef's Ruby bashing. Finally remembered it on the right day of the week! https://youtu.be/_ca0l5KMdX0
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  7. Shows up in Riga, Latvia. When this happens, it's because of copyright. YouTube has agreements with music publishers and labels. While we're at it: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2020-09-15/carnival-s-ruby-princess-cruise-ship-spread-coronavirus-around-the-world?fbclid=IwAR1BsNnDMPvTu7CH3KclrcnK5qRFxhtHjMnzMuCGu89jkD9Ti5H07GC9jp0 A different Ruby spreading plague around the world earlier this year. Stef's onto something.
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  8. No worries. Once you have your foundations, just learn on a need to nerd basis.
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  9. Good afternoon everyone, I was working with the PHP x MySQL course and noticed that if you change the root password from default 'root' to your own unique password. it automatically locks you out. I already am aware some may read this and think why not just leave it like that then change it later for production; that is the catch-22 of this situation. Because if you just go with the flow of it, you are setting yourself up for problems that could arise from any rootkits hidden on your computer that inject malware and trigger DDoS at any moment. I'm still trying to pinpoint but google has
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  10. Hi everyone, I have completed 2 certifications for this month HTML and CSS, my next course will be JavaScript. Then after JS course I will try my hand at freelance after I take Stefan's freelance course.
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  11. It is a cost that you have to work into the price. Sorry for the delay.
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  12. I am just wondering if usually the client pays or i have to pay. Its an insurance company i will build the site for.
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  13. Hi sorry for the delay in coming back to you I had to take a few days away from all this, the learning curve has been steep shall we say, but time to get back to it. I would have put: <link href="insert name of css stylesheet file" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> Don't forget to periodically view in browser to check things are working as you go along. I'm glad you popped this up it reminds me I need to go back and redo the css to refresh things. Cheers, Jim.
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  14. WordPress lets you access all the underlying code to your site, a static HTML website will make it a bit simpler to input certain types of markup. Instead of needing to deal with theme template files and the WordPress loop.
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  15. Thank you for helping me! Is the CSS properly linked on line 6 here?
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  16. If you look to the bottom right hand corner of your Sublime Text window you'll see the tabs doc type labelled as HTML, unless you've previously modified it. Assuming you haven't if you click on where it says HTML you'll see a pop-up that lets you select the language for the page you're working in and you just scroll to find CSS and select it,. Then save the page in the relevant folder and give it an appropriate title. Using stylesheet.css keeps it simple. I'm still pretty new myself but the pieces do start to fit together after a while. Hope this helps.
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  17. Thank you. I have figured out the problem. Turns out this is correct. Thanks for your time!
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  18. The only thing I see is you don't capitalize the D in the div centerDoc. Most of the times, my problems come from creating duplicates/moving the file in another folder, then the page I'm refreshing in the web browser is not the one where I make the changes in the code editor. I say that because I see you have several documents with similar names opened in Sublime.
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  19. Hello, I recently joined the community. Nice to meet you all.
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  21. Hey all, Hello from Texas. I'm wishing you well on your courses!
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  22. Hello, guys! I’m new here, nice to meet everyone
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  23. Installing LAMP On Linux Mint Open up the Terminal You should see a folder entitled apache default Again open up the Terminal This will open up a file called testphp.
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  24. Hello! I’m new here too, nice to meet you
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  25. Thanks for taking the time to go through everything and reply, it's appreciated. Also notifications are such a nice easy start to a Monday
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  26. Hello All, I just started today
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  27. Thanks Stef!!!!!
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  28. Page Layout and Formatting The layout of your page is very important Do Your Keyword Research Create Relevant Content Take Time to Consider and Plan Site Structure Make Sure to Use Analytics Tools Optimize Title Tags Use Social Media as An Advantage.
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  29. If you want to rank your website your onsite should be good because if your on-page is good and according to Google guidelines you can rank your website but for that, your have to select low competition and medium competition. Always use longtail keywords like if you provide website development then you can use "website development services provider". Always use your target keywords in URL, title, and meta description. Maintain your keywords density which is 1% to 2% which is according to google guidelines and always uses unique content don't post copied content because google always values th
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  30. JavaScript now supports five different types of loops while loops through a block of code as long as the condition specified evaluates to true. do while loops through a block of code
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  31. Here are the 9 ways to rank your videos on top Find keywords for your video Optimise your video title Optimise your tags you are using for video Tell the people to comment on your video Encourage people to subscribe you channel Make an eye-catching thumbnail Add close caption to your video Edit your file name before uploading video share your videos on social media for more engagement
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  32. In the video Stef talks about disabling CSS in Chrome to see the impact it has on a website. However this is an older version of Chrome and I couldn't find a tool to do this in the current version (maybe that's my inexperience). I did find the extension "disable-HTML" in the Chrome web store by Daniel Lucks (link below). It's actually an elegantly simple control panel for this extension with straight forward "on/off" buttons for not just CSS but also JavaScript, images, cookies and pop-ups-note pop-ups are defaulted to off when you install it. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/deta
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  34. In this video, Stefan goes over some pros and cons when choosing between Javascript or PHP to build an ecommerce site. Join our Need2Nerd Newsletter: https://need2nerd.com/ Check out Stefan's Mentorship Program: https://need2nerd.com/mentoring/
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  35. http://javascriptbook.com/ http://javascriptbook.com/about/ This is really the best one i can suggest to you - easy to read... i also suggest HTML&CSS book from them... Search Amazon or eBay - maybe you can also find used one...
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  36. Web design is about code and not about tools. You would not learn how to build a house by learning to use a nail driver right? You would learn using a hammer because it is about technique and planning and not learning tools. One you can build a house you can learn to use a nail driver to speed the process (and easier on your back/knees). Same here. To start learning, use notepad, that is what I had to use in school (and a horror called Emacs). Learn the code and how to work with it. THEN when you can create web sites, move up to free editors to help speed the process a bit. Eventually if y
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  37. To be perfect as a web designer, you have to read all about above mentioned things. After that to be master in those field you have to practice more and more in order to be skillful in those platform - start doing small-small designs for the beginning after that try to design complex designs for gaining some confidence within you. For beginning practice, i will suggest you w3schools sites which is a WYSIWYG web design tutorial which is an awesome platform for all newbie web designer to understand basic web design techniques.
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