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  1. pwired

    COVID-19

    Guys, Check this covid visualizer website out, interesting. Don't know if data is accurate but they claim that the data is from Worldometer's real-time updates, utilizing reliable sources from around the world. The website pulls new data every 2 minutes, refresh to see any changes. https://covidvisualizer.com
  2. First thing: does it really need to be a dedicated hosting ? If not, no one from that non-profit organisation can afford 25 or 50 euro a year for a good shared hosting ? (hostinger or bluehost) I would do anything to avoid that frustrating and weird "MicroSoft" style windows IIS Server.
  3. pwired

    COVID-19

    covid kills 1% panic will kill the rest
  4. If you work on a project with a team of coders then for reasons of conformity BS and UIKit come into play. As a freelancer you have the luxury to code your own css or use a framework without limiting rules and keeps page loads fast and free from bloat such as: 1) Pocketgrid https://arnaudleray.github.io/pocketgrid/ 2) Gridy https://microcipcip.github.io/gridy/#!/
  5. So true. I already begged for this years ago . . . However it is not happening. Processwire already has become over-engineered and keeps on getting stuffed. Status Quo mind set also rules over Processwire.
  6. Wordpress case studies are already posted in all flavors so many times by others and chewed over . . . .
  7. FYI, I have a client who sells a cash register app and once used 1&1 database hosting to manage his app and his client licenses. He had the same database problem: sql error too many active connections. We always stayed under 150 active connections so the sql error should not raise. Upgrading ram and updating the my.cnf file did not help. The problem was never solved by 1&1 support and they even recommended us to leave 1&1. They didn't like their database used by the cash register app. We moved to another hosting company and the problem was simply solved.
  8. Just use animejs, makes all the kid stuff animate.css obsolete website : https://animejs.com/ how to : https://animejs.com/documentation/ examples: https://codepen.io/collection/XLebem/
  9. pwired

    Laragon slow?

    What is holding you to test maria db with laragon ? https://forum.laragon.org/topic/164/tutorial-how-to-add-another-mysql-version
  10. I made a webshop once for a healthshop. After I finished the webshop, the owner asked me if I wanted to do SEO for him and I said no to him. The thing with that is if you are going to do SEO, the site or shop owner wants to see result. My experience is that SEO results are completely unpredictable these days. After I said no to the owner of the health shop he consulted a german agency to do the SEO for him. He paid the german agency 2500 euro for 3 months SEO and in the end there was no difference in Google ranking. Voila, that is the reason why I say no if somebody asks me to do SEO because they claim the payed money back and it makes you damage your build up reputation. The only thing I see ranking up is to integrate a Blog in a website or webshop but that takes someone who is going to maintain that Blog everyday with fresh new relevant text, links and pictures. The only thing that I offer is to do a website analysis and SEO diagnostic and deliver an extended Audit Report. There are some good tools for that and it gets you paid without problems.
  11. Can you back that up ? Did Google, Yahoo, or Bing mention anything about that ? Speaking from my own experience, keywords won't help ranking up in Google, but leaving keywords out will rank you down.
  12. Yes luckily there are quite a lot of them. However, none of them have the beautiful back end like Processwire has. Oh well, I guess you can't have it all.
  13. That reminds me what I proposed before, make 2 versions of Processwire: 1) a version just for small websites, without cmf, no database or an xml database 2) the current version with the powerful api for both cmf and cms
  14. Can you reproduce the error ? If not most probably a database record got wrong written or wrong saved.
  15. Not only services such as grammerly, but also internet providers inject css code in your browser, once you are on mobile or tablet.
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