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  1. About to answer then you said programming language and I'm like, well going to say it anyway. HTML/CSS right people. Yes indeed. Got to start off basic before anything else as HTML/CSS is needed for everything. ๐Ÿ™‚ After that was God damn Java, and I was bad at it. I mostly did games and looked online and get the code.
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  2. Here are my top three favorite web design resources. Iโ€™ve listed them in no particular order as I think they are all equally great in what they offer. And as an added bonus they are all free to use. Font Awesome The first one is Font Awesome which lets you get free vector icons a social logos for your website. Font Awesome offers thousands of different icons โ€“ both free and paid ones โ€“ and implementing them to your own website is super easy. This is most definitely a must-use for every web designer. Unsplash Next one up is Unsplash which offers free high-resolut
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  3. I believe domain name matters less nowadays, most of the site use totally irrelevant or domains which doesn't reflect what they do. I think users will surely be able to find their desired website using Google.
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  4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. I think I'm not the only one who has watched it a thousand times. Last time I watched it was on 123movies. I liked it the best: + the interesting plot, cast and special effects. + the adaptation of the final story of Harry and his friends. This is the story of the continuing fight against the Dark Lord. After Dumbleton's death and how the lives of the students at the school change. And wizards in general. The picture is interesting. Like all stories of fighting evil. But it is also sad because not everyone will stay alive in this struggle... And yet
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  5. Almost 5k posts, that's a nice milestone! ๐Ÿ™‚
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  6. What was your very first programming language that you learned? For me, it was Python when I was in high school as I took a class for it. Though the class was originally for Javascript which I was more interested in at the time I took the time to learn python and I did enjoy the class for the most part. I definitely found it to be an interesting language to start out with but I know some people hate python for how it works and such as it is different from other languages. But what about you? Which language did you learn first?
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  7. & Salutations! This looks to be a cool community site. Think I'll hang around for a minute or two. A bit about me, I am a WYSIWYG master. I hate coding. It's like I can read it, but can not write it. (Except HTML, that I get.) Also been doing this since forever. My first attempt at programming in BASIC was as a kid on a TRS80. Been webbing it up since 1997 when I first registered MercaNet.net because literally .com had been registered just days before. And I thought I was being "clever". ๐Ÿ˜† Then I lost the domain, because I was at a registrar who didn't have au
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  8. Yes. Paying is much more professional if you are serious with your idea/project. And content is alway king. Now if I could just attract some "content creators" I'd be sitting in high heaven. Because I prefer to be in the background. I am getting over that, but it has taken a long time. Plus you really can't beat Invision. They are the best at what they do.
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  9. Why do programming courses always have to start with Java?! Is it just a way for them to weed out most students? Because if their goal with forcing students to learn Java first is to suck out every last drop of enjoyment and excitement for programming from your students then they are doing a great job.
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  10. Hello and welcome to Webmasters Meet, thank you for joining the community! ๐Ÿ™‚
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  11. Several different ways, easiest is to have ads or affiliate products. Depends on how much traffic you get. Traffic is king. If you have no traffic then wasting time really if you think about it. I see most owners of there site do not fuss about Adsense or added ads to there site as they get nothing back, I mean it's like you doing it for them for free. If you have paid ads that people can order from you and or paid groups premium based, hard to get them to say Please buy ๐Ÿ˜›
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  12. Java was the first programming language that I learned ... and I hated it so much ๐Ÿคฎ and haven't used it for years. Now, I barely remember anything of it.
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  13. I like your site logo; it looks professional. And your theme seems fresh and modern, you get an extra plus for it being responsive. But I am finding your text a bit small for my liking and phpBB feels a bit outdated (although your theme does a good job of hiding the worst parts of phpBB). Good luck with your community! ๐Ÿ™‚
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  14. Although I rarely use this kind of forum, I do see the use of it and how it can help strengthen the community feeling among both new and regular members. Good idea, @Ashley!
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  15. Just make sure that you are actually allowed to sell your license to someone else. I know some licenses can't really be transferred and some companies downright forbid you to sell a licence to a third party. For example, I think IPB has generally been less than happy with such license transfers. But I could be wrong... Exactly! The forum niche is extremely tough and competitive these days, and paid forums are premium for a reason (more features and UI improvements, and so on) so why not start with the best possible experience for your users?
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  16. It's essential to know html and css especially if you run a forum. Because you will find yourself constantly in need of editing your website. And this can be a huge issue with small things like even stopping a page title from being there. Lack of experience in this field will cause you to need to pay people to do it for you and you can save so much money if your a do-it-yourself type guy like I am.
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  17. I do manual backups every week inspite of the host providing auto backups. This way we don't need to blame anyone rather ourselves ๐Ÿ˜„
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  18. Hello and welcome to the community! ๐Ÿ™‚
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  19. I always go with paid if I have the option too. Especially when it comes to forums, in order to compete in a market that's already dying it's easier to start off with a paid resource over everything else!
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  20. Having a simple domain I believe matters, or a domain that makes sense. But as the extension matters it does not. I had the largest website for it's genre at the time and it was a .co (I later bought the .com of it for $300 but ended up letting it expire after a year when I realized no one still used it and instead used the .co more) it really all relates to SEO and simplicity.
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  21. True, although you could just keep the software for a future project if that is something you want to go into. And if it really goes wrong and you don't want to create another project, you can sell it to someone.
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  22. You need to have been a registered member for five days before you can go to your Account Settings (click on your name in the upper right corner) and add a signature. ๐Ÿ™‚
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  23. Do you mean something like this? .centerfloat { position: fixed; left: 50%; transform: translate(-50%, 0); }
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  24. Nice share. I use Pexels.com for my stock photos but I have not heard of that one. I added it to my favorites just now. A good source for icons though is Flat Icon. It cost $12 but you can cancel the renewal and only have the single month at a time. You can download 1,000 downloads a day for an entire month of icons and then download the premium license and permanently use it without attribution on any site you want. It's a neat little place because the icons are incredible.
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  25. Account upgrades. We have a pretty big following that focus on streaming & video content creation, so we offer paid featured slots to allow them to appear on the homepage, which tends to bring more eyes to their content it seems. ๐Ÿ™‚ That's how we monetize for our hosting and any other fees we have. ๐Ÿ™‚
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  26. Sure, that is a perfectly fine and reasonable approach. ๐Ÿ™‚ I am not confident that this forum will be popular enough to justify its costs, but I started with a paid forum software anyways because I know I will be able to offer a better user experience from the start if I go with a professional forum software instead of a free forum solution. And I hope that this improved user experience will help attract new registrations and increase user engagement, much more so than what could be possible using myBB or any other free forum software. But ultimately, whether you should use a free o
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  27. In May, Google will release their new search engine algorithm that is a set of metrics that determines if your website offers a good user experience (UX) โ€“ and if you earn good marks, youโ€™ll get a boost in the search rankings. This time around you need to worry less about keyword optimization, metadata, page content, and so on. Instead, you will need to focus more on your websiteโ€™s usability and experience. Back in 2020, Google announced that their future algorithm update will take your website performance into account in its search engine results. To be able to do this Google have l
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  28. I'm interested in doing a small post exchange, like 5 or 10 posts, with anyone interested. So, if you happen to own a forum you can simply just post here on Webmasters Meet and get some new posts on your forum in return. ๐Ÿ™‚ If you're interested, please ask here or send me a PM before starting any post exchange, because I might not be able to post in your forum. Also, please understand that I'm usually only active during weekends.
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  29. I'll have to check out UI Gradients. It seems like a great site and one that could be very useful for me. https://coolors.co/ is another great site. They provide colour combinations that can be used for a lot of things.
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  30. This thread reminds me of this.
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  31. I don't really have a favourite web host but I do love the current host that I use for certain projects which is InterServer. They provided a special black friday hosting offer a while back and it's been well worth the $2.50 a month for the service.
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  32. It will be interesting to see how well they do but I do think forums will be fine overall. Forums still offer anonymity and more of a sense of community which is beneficial to many
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  33. Independence Day. Oh yeah, it's super cringe, but what can I say, I love it haha ๐Ÿ˜…
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  34. It's too late @Player One. There is no going back. You are one of us now. Soon you will whine about social media stealing all your users while you're buying domain names in bulk and trying to sell them off for a little bit of profit. ๐Ÿ˜‚
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  35. I love to check Webmasters Meet using my computer. I avoid accessing a website using mobile phone.
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  36. Yeah, one Woltlab software license costs โ‚ฌ100. That's just around โ‚ฌ40 less than one Xenforo license would cost. Sure, it's almost โ‚ฌ70 cheaper than an IPB core + forum license. I like that they offer different apps - such as blogs and photo galleries. But even the calendar app will cost you a whopping โ‚ฌ60 - a feature which is usually included in most paid forums. In my honest opinion, it would probably be better to spend a little bit extra to get either a Xenforo or IPB license. ๐Ÿค”
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  37. It's really good I can't complain! ๐Ÿ‘Œ
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  38. Yeah, blogs used to be so popular a few years ago. But today? Not so much. I wonder, what will be the next big thing after blogs? That's true! I love to build and maintain online communities and meet new people from around the world. Forums just feels a bit different - and better - compared to the huge social media sites. And I think all these forums, both big and small, play a vital role in keeping the internet alive and open for everyone.
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  39. Hello and welcome to Webmasters Meet! ๐Ÿ‘‹
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  40. Hi @Sanjo it's nice to see you here! ๐Ÿ™‚
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  41. Seems like change gets demanded once it's too late to do anything about it.
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  42. How can websites and communities survive in a world where more and more people use tools to block advertisements? Surveys and data show that a large and increasing portion of internet users are actively blocking online advertisements using various ad-blockers. According to data from Ipsos, more than half of internet users globally block ads that are displayed on websites on their phones, tablets, or computers - either manually by actively ignoring ads or by using automatic ad blocking software. It is obvious that ad-blockers have become a real problem for website owners that rel
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