The Renaissance Of No-Code For Web Designers The Renaissance Of No-Code For Web Designers Uri Paz 2020-07-30T13:00:00+00:00 2020-07-30T20:06:04+00:00 The word Renaissance — which means “rebirth” in French — was given to a tremendous period of philosophical and artistic achievements that began in the 14th century. During this time, there were a wide range of developments,…Details
Hey everyone. I’ve always gotten excellent advice here, so I figured it was the best place to ask.
I installed MediaWiki a while ago and before I keep adding content, I figure I should change URL structure for any possible benefits it might give me for SEO. So I was going through the guide on the MediaWiki website, which didn’t seem TOO terribly crazy to do. But I then noticed a handy little site that basically does it for you and spits out everything you need to change (https://shorturls.redwerks.org/)
Now, my installation is at “MyWiki dot com / wiki/” Redwerks is telling me this is actually a mistake.
” If you setup a wiki using this style of setup you will be creating a root url which can cause issues and you will be stuck with ugly edit urls. Before you configure short urls we recommend that you return to your MediaWiki installation, move and reconfigure the installation in either /w/ OR /.”
I’m going for installing it at “MyWikidotcom/”. Is that pretty much fine? I only installed it at “/wiki/” because I saw every other MediaWiki type site did that, not knowing that I guess this is done in the site files, and not by installing MW in that folder. Does anything else need to be changed and fixed when moving the files? I had already moved them and things seemed to work fine, so is moving the files basically just set and forget?
Alright, Two more problems. They might be easier, or might be harder. I’m not sure.
Google (and automatic sitemap generators) cannot crawl all the articles on my site. The generators can pull up like 20-25 pages, and Google will automatically crawl another 20-25 or so, but other than that, none of the rest is being crawled! And hell, running the generator each time will literally change which articles come up in the sitemap lmao. I determined that info with Search Console but I just can’t seem to get it working like it should. Very weird.
Thumbnails and images are not working right. If I want an image in an article, I’ll need to get one that’s an appropriate size for it and I can link to the file within the text, and it’ll show up just fine. BUT, it won’t let me scale by set amount of pixels, or create thumbnails etc. Something with “ImageMagick” or something like that? Here’s what it says when I try to use “thumb” as opposed to the full-sized image within a frame.
“Error creating thumbnail: /bin/bash: /usr/bin/convert: No such file or directory Error code: 127”
Unless I’m a complete dope and have to set that up separately… But now that I think back several months, I could swear I tried to get it working but didn’t have any luck.
I know, it’s a lot of stuff… Thanks for any tips you can throw my way. 🙂
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What do you recommend studying/practicing to have good odds of being comfortable on the job & programming with confidence?
I’m 30 years old and have been in and out of web development, design and programming since late 2012. I have general proficiency in CSS3, jQuery, ES6, PHP, Bootstrap, Magento 2 etc and have worked professionally a few times in 2015-2017 and again for a few months in late 2019. I’ve built a couple successful Magento stores and a personal portfolio site, as well as answered questions on Stack Overflow for a few years.
Now that I’m planning to study again with the intent of finding a well-paying job I want to make sure what & how I study is conducive to feeling confident and capable on any job I may get. My plan is to study intensely (up to 8 hours a day) for the next 3 months before I recreate my resume and update my personal portfolio site. The earliest I’ll begin applying is late September – October.
From those of you with a job or a lot of experience in the programming and web development field, what studying or learning habits have benefited you most for typical “on the job” tasks? Whether it’s managing existing projects, having creative direction to create new ones or dealing with legacy code. Possibly tutorials? Building different types of sites from scratch? Studying documentation? Practicing on a site like codewars.com or answering questions on Stack Overflow?
Again if someone with relevant experience could steer me in the right direction as a web developer in 2020 on how to best prepare myself for a mid level (web based) programming job I would sincerely appreciate it. I want to feel confident and avoid any sense of incompetence and self-doubt, two feelings which has plagued me in the past. What can I do to improve my odds of success?
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