Heck of a year, eh? Like we do every year, I’d like to give you a huge thanks for reading CSS-Tricks, and recap the year. More downs than ups, all told. Here at CSS-Tricks, it was more of a wash. Allow me to me share some numbers, milestones, and thoughts with you about our journey…Details
Having a professional and competent customer support system helps your website stand out from your competition and grab the attention of your potential customers. But building the best customer support for your website requires the right tools. Thanks to WordPress support plugins you can effortlessly setup a dynamic support system that will offer comprehensive customer…Details
I can’t for the life of me understand this “easy install” tutorial. I feel like I’ve reinstalled my server at least 8 times starting over. I love the challenge so I want to get through it but there are just some things I feel like I’m missing and not sure how to search for it on the interwebs.
So I’m trying to install Tiny Tiny RSS on a Vultr server using CentOS7. I heard that CentOS7 would be a good OS, considering I’d like to eventually have a portfolio page up for my designs, maybe some sort of FTP for some files in case I need to transfer and just various personal things. Mainly a playground I can learn in. But Tiny RSS is my #1 project.
I’m following this guide to install it : https://www.vultr.com/docs/how-to-install-tiny-tiny-rss-on-centos-7
This is the first time I EVER work on a VPS, so I know I may be a little ahead of myself here but I feel like maybe I’m just arms length from completing it. I’ve worked on hosted servers a bit in the past.
I’m getting to the point where I need to edit a few of the files on the server but…. how?
I’m using PuTTy but there’s no edit button. And I can’t find the files list in the Vultr dashboard.
Do I need an FTP to log in to the backend and download, edit and reupload?
I feel like there must be a better way that I just don’t know about.
Any help would be super appreciated.
Also, if you guys recommend a different VPS or a different OS, by all means… As I said, my super first time dealing with any of this and my experience with web hosting is back when GoDaddy and Wordpress 2.0 was brand new.
Maybe you’ve already started into 2021 as you’re reading this, maybe you’re still waiting for the countdown to begin. Either way, it’s never too late or too early for some New Year’s inspiration! For this wallpapers post, artists and designers from across the globe once again put their creative skills to the test and designed…Details
I have updated my Web Development Course Guide. Over 300 courses to learn web development, and more, in 2021
Earlier today, Brad Traversy uploaded his annual Web Development roadmap video. As such, I have also updated my Web Development Course List which contains well over 300 of the top Udemy courses you can take for learning all there is to know about web development, and more.
You can watch the video here, and check out the repo here.
For someone who is a master at CSS are there any resources you could offer also tips for how you break down the design aspect of a web page.?
Recently I realized that I own multiple computers. I wanted to know which one can run my web development tools faster and more efficiently. So, I created this simple script to benchmark them by running my regular tools like: CRA, express generator etc. and measure the time.
Check it out and see benchmark results of your tools and development environment: https://github.com/ngduc/dev-benchmark
PRs, feedbacks, suggestions are very welcome. Thanks.
I can remember years ago, when I first began coding in PHP and MySQL, how excited I was the first time I got information from a database to show up in a web browser. For someone who had little database and programming knowledge, seeing those table rows show up onscreen based on the code I…Details
Creating video is time consuming. A well-made 5-minute video can take hours to plan, record, and edit — and that’s before we start talking about making that video consistent with all the other videos on your site. When we took on the Jamstack Explorers project (a video-driven educational resource for web developers), we wanted to find the right balance…Details