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  1. On the job market I see a lot of junior and senior php coders wanted. I see hardly anything about python coders wanted.
  2. I tried them all => go for Laragon => fast => easy config easy ui https://laragon.org/why-laragon/
  3. Very easy to beat 🙂 https://arnaudleray.github.io/pocketgrid/ Don't need prepacked buttons, forms, sliders, rounded-corners, cards, whole shebang ..... I only need something to be there the moment I need it. Neither do I need css overrides or cryptic chained classes ....
  4. pwired

    Your next WordPress

    Hi, The next time a client is going to ask you to build his website in WordPress, you could show him this: https://www.ic3.gov/media/2015/150407-1.aspx
  5. Hi, Until now I use Laragon on a windows laptop to build websites. But is it also possible to build a website on an iPad ? Is there an app for an iPad that works like laragon ? Is it possible ?
  6. I split projects in the use of xml based databases and mysql databases. With xml everything flies even on cheap crap shared hosting. I use Processwire for serious projects with decent hosting.
  7. What first comes to my mind is selling professional website templates.
  8. Hi Ryan, Congratulations with your project. Isn't it great to have clients and be able to work from home to make money. Especially in this corona lock down time. I wished I found Processwire 10 years ago. But at least I will be able to make money online as an addition or replacement for my future pension. Pensions here in Spain are already very low, and it is questioned here what will be left for pension money after 10 years. I want to thank this great forum and wish all the coders good business. Greetings from Spain.
  9. Yep, there is a difference between following and choosing a cms. Wordpress is followed, Processwire is chosen. The forum history is your friend. You can find a lot of answers and solved problems for non coders in the forum history.
  10. pwired

    About device.js

    Hi, Making a website responsive with the use of css is only one way. What do you guys think about using device.js for showing different website layouts on different devices ? Device.js is a media query-based device detection without needing special server-side configuration, saving the time and effort required to do user agent string parsing. Device.js will read all of the version links in your markup, and redirects to the appropriate URL that serves the correct version of your website for desktop, laptop, tablet and phone. Info: https://github.com/borismus/device.js/blob/master/README.md Here is how your HTML will look like: <head> <!-- Every version of your website should include a list of all versions. --> <link rel="alternate" href="http://foo.com" id="desktop" media="only screen and (touch-enabled: 0)"> <link rel="alternate" href="http://m.foo.com" id="phone" media="only screen and (max-device-width: 640px)"> <link rel="alternate" href="http://tablet.foo.com" id="tablet" media="only screen and (min-device-width: 641px)"> <!-- Viewport is very important, since it affects results of media query matching. --> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width"> <!-- Place the JS in the head to load as little of the page as possible before (potentially) redirecting. --> <script src="device.js"></script> </head> To see examples, on the top right click on the little arrow to select for different devices and see how it works: http://borismus.github.io/device.js/sample/desktop.html?force=1
  11. It can be just me but I find that question out of touch. Posts usually do not bring solutions by them selves. They either point in the right direction for a solution or add to missing information or experience to find a solution. For all the rest you have to fill in for your self.
  12. Hi Bernhard, Thanks for mentioning. My bad I didn't notice. I corrected the links.
  13. Hi Teppo, thanks for mentioning about hotjar. On my last nightly internet searching I bumped into an interesting heat map and share my find here. So why a heat map in the first place ? 1) see where visitors mouse click the most and where the least on what pages in your website 2) Use this information to: a) improve the navigation and design of your website (more user friendly) b) improve the SEO for your website c) increase conversions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Note: A photographer that I know showed me how he uses a heat map to find out what photos his website visitors like the most. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The heat map I bumped into is opensource and free to use: Download: https://www.dugwood.com/clickheat/index.html Download on github: https://github.com/dugwood/clickheat - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - More about how to install https://www.ampercent.com/install-website-heatmap-plugin/6406/ More info https://www.dugwood.com/clickheat/index.html Reviews and comments https://www.rarst.net/web/clickheat/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I will report back later on how it works out. F.
  14. Hi, Anyone knows a good heat map ? (free) Thanks,
  15. Must be something in your internet zone. Most probably a backbone or dns server. Setup your mobile phone as a hotspot, connect with it and see if that makes any difference. I am in Spain and the processwire site opens here fast as usual.
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