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Preston Cammarata

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I remember playing DragCave as a kid so I went and tried to make my own version of it.

Its still being made because its a bit hard.

Anybody want to be my graphics stylist?
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Gowtham Gts

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Ever got through htdocs in XAMPP under Linux. Well, here is the fix.
http://www.gowthamgts.net/2014/04/fix-permission-of-htdocs-folder-in.html
Fix permission issues of htdocs folder in Ubuntu linux. Change permissions for htdocs folder.
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Paul Underwood

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Tool to create your social media icons
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Connie Hill

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How do you feel about doing website design work pro-bono, as a way to develop a portfolio and possibly create customers for you?

I have a habit of checking out the feeble websites produced for local small businesses, and I twinge at the bad design and incompetence. It makes me want to make them a new website, then go "see? This is how it should be"... if I fine-tune my tact, I might be able to pull it off, if I can manage to actually create a simple preview for them.

If you were a small-business owner, and a recently graduated college student came up to you with a preview of website changes they could make, would that offend you, or would you be willing to consider their offer, and perhaps even hire them on?
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+Connie Hill One important point: For the first 2 sites I developed, I made sure the code conformed to the prevailing web and acessibility standards and that I could demonstrate an understanding of those standards to potential employers. Even if the first clients did not appreciate what was behind the curtain, I wanted to make sur it was done according to the best models available at the time.

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sahil popli

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Google Analytics is a free tool that provides statistics for your blog or website. This article contains tools/snippts for extending Google Analytics functionality.

http://resource-guru.com/tools/extending-google-analytics-functionality
By default google analytics is pretty good on it’s own. But sometimes you need a nuanced approach to understand what visitors are doing on your website. The plugins listed below help you get more by extending google analytics.
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yup or you can set up on that element id that is loading dynamically  +Emmanuel Bourmault 
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Andor's Web Design Blog

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Have you seen blogs that have ads within their content, and you'd like to add too but don't know how? Check out this tutorial.

#wordpress #wordpresstips 
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Kent C. Dodds

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I thought you'd find this useful/interesting :-)
 
Cookies === Bad && JWT === Good
I just finished writing this as a Lesson Learned for a project in school and thought I'd share it with the world. Because I'm not a blogger, I'll post it here :-)

Another issue I came across while building the mobile application was I realized that servers cannot set cross-domain cookies.

This posed a problem because of the way that authentication works for many websites (mine included at the time):
1. A user hits the login endpoint with a username and password
2. The server will set a cookie on the user’s browser which is an ID for the session.
3. All cookies are sent to the server with every request
4. When a request arrives, server identifies the user by their session ID in that cookie.

Well, because servers cannot set cookies on browsers coming from another domain, this caused an issue when I was hitting authentication only BucketStreams endpoints. There was no cookie present because the server could not set it. So the server could also not identify a user’s request as being associated with an authenticated user.
The solution (which incidentally came from the same guy who helped me with my code sharing issues on IRC) was to use JSON Web

Tokens. The way it works is like this:
1. The user authenticates
2. The server creates a JSON object with important information about that user (for example UserID)
3. The server encrypts that JSON object using a secret key. This encrypted JSON object is called a Json Web Token (JWT)
4. The server sends that JWT as a response to the authenticating client.
5. The client stores that JWT somewhere (I stored it in localStorage because it made sense for my app, but you could store it in sessionStorage or a cookie).
6. Then (because I was using AngularJS), I used an $httpInterceptor to intercept all http requests and add an authentication header which included the JWT.
7. The server checks for the JWT on every request, if it exists, it decrypts it and sets it as a user property on the request object which the request handlers can work with.

This solved my problem wonderfully. However I did have trouble when authenticating to third parties. This is because of the way OAuth works, which I wont describe, but you might think of it similarly to how JWTs work except instead of a header, normally it’s a query parameter. A big difference, however, is that instead of hitting an endpoint to login, you actually send the user to a page hosted by the third party and they login and authorize your app to use their data. Then the third party sends them back to a url that you specify with a query parameter that represents the token.

The problem I faced is when the user was returned to my site, I had no way to identify them because Angular’s $httpInterceptor wasn’t attached to the get request. My solution to this was to tell the third party to send the user to a URL that would load a page to make the request for the user with the authentication header and the token given by the third-party. It took me a second to figure out, but it works pretty well.

#blogpost #jwt #authentication #javascript #websiteauthentication
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Wamada

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Zut, il s'est perdu !

Edit : Pour les non-initiés. Une URL est une adresse web (l'adresse d'une page web qui commence par http) - le code 404 signifie que l'URL (donc la page web) est introuvable. Voir ici http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erreur_HTTP_404
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Ne jamais expliquer une blague... jamais ! :p
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Martin Zeitler

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online SSL security scanner... with heartbleed test (experimental).

#SSL #Test #Tool #HeartBleed
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Ayman H

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Amit Surti

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Flat Hipster Icons Design Pack #Free  
http://x.co/4NdD9
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Andor's Web Design Blog

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Learn How to Easily Display Post Views in Wordpress

#wordpress #howto #wordpresstutorials
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Amit Surti

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Great Job +Amit Surti 
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Jamil Maqdis

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Hey guys noob questions:
Just want to know good places to learn how to make a website, could be website, video tutorial or books (I'm willing to pay for books). That being said I do have experience in programming but not the web part if it (C++, java). But know I need to make a website and I want to do it manually.
And if someone could give me a brief explanation about the differences in different languages used to develop web sites that would be awesome!
Thanks in advance. 
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+Scott Sawyer that's exactly what I needed to know, thanks a lot sir.
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Ed Chavez

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#GeekBurp  ! Interesting when you check some well known sites...like Google :)
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Worth noting that Google actually discovered the vulnerability and started to roll out a patch before it as announced to the public a little later: http://m.smh.com.au/it-pro/security-it/heartbleed-disclosure-timeline-who-knew-what-and-when-20140415-zqurk.html
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Warith Al Maawali

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Joost Schuur
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One of our highest priorities at Mist.io is to never break production. Our users depend on it to manage and monitor their servers and we depend on them. At the same time, we need to move fast with development and deliver updates as soon as possible. We want to be able to easily deploy several times per day. A big part of Mist.io is the web interface so we use tools like Selenium, Splinter and Behave for headless web interface testing. However ...
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Moritz Meyer

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I really like the button title: https://gitter.im/ 
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+Elliot Derhay The buttons on our website don't have the usual boring texts, and they'll be better.
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Chamal priyadarshana

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How to Create a Simple Contact Form using Google Drive which sends messages to your Email

Now you can create useful contact forms on Google Drive using Google forms applications. Unlike other third party contact forms, you can control your contact form features like email destination. 
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thanks for this useful article.
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