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I need some genuine feedback on the site UI (after registration & login) and the features it offers to the website owners/business, which relies on getting leads from their website.

The issue we are facing that we are getting over 100 signups on the daily basis but very few uses our code on their website. So there is a need for the features but somewhere we are lacking, which offends the users.

*URL*: https://scrap.me
Content Discovery & User Engagement tools for your website. Increase registrations and conversions with our patent pending lead distribution & management services.
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Hier könnt ihr Fragen zum coden (egal welche Programmiersprache) stellen. Und alles nützliche zu Google hinein Posten oder Fragen.
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Hi, guys. This my handbook for UI developers and UI designers. What do you think about it?

https://github.com/melnik909/front-end-handbook

PS: If you liked this post, it would mean a lot if you hit the recommend button or share with friends. And you can follow me on GitHub, Twitter and Codepen.

http://codepen.io/melnik909/
https://github.com/melnik909
https://twitter.com/melnik909
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FYI: Looks like the focus on #BootStrap v4 has called off the maintenance on v3
Long story short, v4 has taken far too long and I know we're struggling to find enough time to make significant dents across the open issues and PRs. To help get through it all, I'm calling it on v...
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How web design can learn from video games
Video games have come a long way, and their design principles have become more complex. Web designers, you should...
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Real-Time, gif-powered music video. The concept behind this is so sweet. They're using the song lyrics as a search on Giphy to pull related animated gifs into the site to make a semantically connected music video...

Well done !!

h/t +Kristin Drysdale 
Rugby, a music video, grabs trending gifs in real-time that match up to lyrics in the song.
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+Kristin Drysdale ha! Everyone's first reaction when they actually listen to the damn song 
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Hi all, thought this blog post was pretty insightful.

Feel free to add any additional things that you should never do in the comments below.

If you’re just starting out, there are certain things that can really hurt your growth. Make sure that you don't do any of these while learning to code.
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Just launched a new #website for one of my clients: http://AltusLift.com

Fully #mobile #responsive website which works nicely on big screens as well as #smartphones and #iPad. Will appreciate feedback and suggestions to improve it!
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Gd work
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A great overview of the various web technologies, with some recommendations of what order to look into them and when you might need/use which of them.
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It's a massive overview and there's tons of things listed and they all link to some great videos...

The structure though....How is jQuery and Javascript setup as a basic side of the frontend? jQuery lives right next to angular, ember, react. Sure it's not a fullblown framework, but frankly most of the frameworks are used to create stuff you CAN do with jQuery just as well.

Also, the "deeper frontend" has CSS Tools? No, deeper frontender learns those last to "level up". Newbies use CSS precompilers and frameworks like bootstrap. Experienced devs steer away from those things because they make life easy the first time around, but in a year when you have to go back and debug something in that old code from a new computer, or god forbig you have to move the site to a new server, you will not want to have to install all that crap. Coding cleanly ends up being much more maintanable. Especially the reliance on Task runners ends up being a pain in the ass later on.

JS frameworks, to me, i just don't get the reasoning behind doing heavy lifting in JS rather than doing it serverside. Single Page applications work just as well with ajax calls, but i'll accept that I don't know much about single page projects cuz most of the things I work on are more complicated than that and I like to think that as you work more in the field you'll end up doing much more complex sites that do not make sense as one-page apps.

For backend they also suggest to dive right into frameworks. Why can't people just write code to do things? Instead they rely on a framework and the first time they run into something complex they just can't cut it.
He recommends node.js....used by 0.2% of sites opposed to PHP, used by 95% of sites....that fucking blows my mind.
Also not sure why Apache and Nginx are behind "caching"...there is a tiny bit more to them than that, you know, like your entire domain setup, server security settings, and access levels, and that little file on linux sites called an .htaccess .....he just kinda didn't remember those i guess.

I do like their "No matter which route you take" list as those are absolutely things any developer should know. I'm not sure why they mention "hostgator" as a good idea for web host setup when it's not nearly as well known or popular as godaddy/bluehost/networksolutions/1and1 etc. Also, FTP is more about the application like WinSCP or Filezilla, but sure.

Last note: I hate how he keeps saying "looking to level up"....seriously...you have to "level up" every single one of these skills over the years. You don't go from one to the next and forget about the previous. It never ends, you go deeper into the rabbit hole and it gets cooler and cooler and you eventually learn how to improve every step before that, well, you will if you're paying attention and willing to keep learning.
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   By default the AWS EC2 instance come with the ec2-user access enabled via access keys. If we choose to keep the key access only and try to create other users that require access to the host we need to make some changes.
By default the AWS EC2 instance come with the ec2-user access enabled via access keys. If we choose to keep the key access only and try to create other users
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Hello everyone!! calling ALL coders to check out my new Youtube channel GIRLS CODE TOO! where I teach programming languages. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxGosbrXzh1PAOCKeY34rew
Hi welcome to my channel, my name is Stephany and I just want you to know that GIRLS CODE TOO! throughout this channel I will be teaching you everything abou...
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Good job,
All ur tutorials with php ?
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Time to leave the planet!

#DesignersLife   #Designers   #WebDesigner   #GraphicDesigner  
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#wordpress plugin
download a super social share wordpress plugin this plugin is totally free http://wordpress.org/plugins/smart-social-pack/
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Hello everyone. I'm looking for some professionals that are, yes indeed willing to work for absolutely nothing. Yes, it's not a typo. Me and a buddy has the code for a CMS and we're looking to go public with it as an open source project. We're both professional full stack developers, doing this in our free time. But CMS's are big, and takes a long time. We have a lot in place, but need some more dev and front-end, back-end and UX people to further the project at the speed we like. Contact me if you like code, who knows, might lead to something better :D mail me at magnus@vike.se, and we'll set up a meet :) (PHP/Laravel)
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Simon Game, made on plain JavaScript!
Simon Game made in plain JavaScript...
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I finally get the real mistake.thanks!!!!
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my new stickers....
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Automatic generation of Fixer.io free currency exchange #API clients with @SwaggerApi http://goo.gl/jFkApN #dev
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How to Create a Contact Form in WordPress (Step by Step) - 2016

http://www.gameofbuzz.com/how-to-create-a-contact-form-in-wordpress-step-by-step-2016/
How to Create a Contact Form in WordPress (Step by Step) - 2016, Step by step method to add a contact form to your website or blog.
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