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OK Time to do some web developing...
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OK Time to do some web developing...
How do you like my "new" website?

http://50.118.124.11/

What's that you say? It's blank? Well that's because I haven't made it yet!

I have an idea about how it's going to look. It's got something to do with a wordpress theme called FrameWork (which is now available for free Big Grin), which is going to be the starting point for this project. The theme itself (well the child theme of the theme) will be extensively modified to suit my purpose. Ahh well time to go and create a database, and then install wordpress .... fun times!
For Religion & Health see:[/b][/size] Williams & Sternthal. (2007). Spirituality, religion and health: Evidence and research directions. Med. J. Aust., 186(10), S47-S50. -LINK

The WIN/Gallup End of Year Survey 2013 found the US was perceived to be the greatest threat to world peace by a huge margin, with 24% of respondents fearful of the US followed by: 8% for Pakistan, and 6% for China. This was followed by 5% each for: Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, North Korea. -LINK


"That's disgusting. There were clean athletes out there that have had their whole careers ruined by people like Lance Armstrong who just bended thoughts to fit their circumstances. He didn't look up cheating because he wanted to stop, he wanted to justify what he was doing and to keep that continuing on." - Nicole Cooke
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#2
RE: OK Time to do some web developing...
That does sound funWink
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Quote:The sin is against an infinite being (God) unforgiven infinitely, therefore the punishment is infinite.

Dead wrong.  The actions of a finite being measured against an infinite one are infinitesimal and therefore merit infinitesimal punishment.


Quote:Some people deserve hell.


I say again:  No exceptions.  Punishment should be equal to the crime, not in excess of it.  As soon as the punishment is greater than the crime, the punisher is in the wrong.

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#3
RE: OK Time to do some web developing...
Good luck and happy programming! Smile
When I was young, there was a god with infinite power protecting me. Is there anyone else who felt that way? And was sure about it? but the first time I fell in love, I was thrown down - or maybe I broke free - and I bade farewell to God and became human. Now I don't have God's protection, and I walk on the ground without wings, but I don't regret this hardship. I want to live as a person. -Arina Tanemura

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#4
RE: OK Time to do some web developing...
Cause I was lazy last night, I didn't bother putting back up the "coming soon" page, lol, so now it's back up. If you want to stare at a "coming soon" page, it's at the domain http://scummgames.com/ and if you want to see actual progress on the development, it's at the IP - http://50.118.124.11/

Fun times!
For Religion & Health see:[/b][/size] Williams & Sternthal. (2007). Spirituality, religion and health: Evidence and research directions. Med. J. Aust., 186(10), S47-S50. -LINK

The WIN/Gallup End of Year Survey 2013 found the US was perceived to be the greatest threat to world peace by a huge margin, with 24% of respondents fearful of the US followed by: 8% for Pakistan, and 6% for China. This was followed by 5% each for: Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, North Korea. -LINK


"That's disgusting. There were clean athletes out there that have had their whole careers ruined by people like Lance Armstrong who just bended thoughts to fit their circumstances. He didn't look up cheating because he wanted to stop, he wanted to justify what he was doing and to keep that continuing on." - Nicole Cooke
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#5
RE: OK Time to do some web developing...
OK so yesterday I managed to rewrite the XHTML into... proper XHTML. I know it sounds silly to those of you who think it doesn't make a difference, but now the pages will load incredibly fast because it isn't being parsed as HTML. You can also force HTML-unfriendly output by appending ?xhtml to the url.
For Religion & Health see:[/b][/size] Williams & Sternthal. (2007). Spirituality, religion and health: Evidence and research directions. Med. J. Aust., 186(10), S47-S50. -LINK

The WIN/Gallup End of Year Survey 2013 found the US was perceived to be the greatest threat to world peace by a huge margin, with 24% of respondents fearful of the US followed by: 8% for Pakistan, and 6% for China. This was followed by 5% each for: Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, North Korea. -LINK


"That's disgusting. There were clean athletes out there that have had their whole careers ruined by people like Lance Armstrong who just bended thoughts to fit their circumstances. He didn't look up cheating because he wanted to stop, he wanted to justify what he was doing and to keep that continuing on." - Nicole Cooke
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#6
RE: OK Time to do some web developing...
XHTML should not be served with HTTP Response Content-Type text/html.

Google "Sending XHTML as text/html considered harmful"

You should be coding in HTML4/5 also to make use of the goodies (localStorage, websockets, etc)
What is a drop of rain... compared to the storm?

What is a thought... compared to a mind?
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RE: OK Time to do some web developing...
(July 3, 2013 at 6:44 pm)Moros Synackaon Wrote: XHTML should not be served with HTTP Response Content-Type text/html.
That's correct. View the site using any XHTML-compatible browser and it will load as application/xhtml+xml. You can also force the output with ?xhtml.

PHP Code:
$usehtml=(stripslashes($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'])=='html');
$usexhtml=(stripslashes($_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'])=='xhtml');
if(!
$usehtml && !$usexhtml){$usexhtml=stristr($_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT'],'application/xhtml+xml');} 

For instance:

http://scummgames.com/?html (Force send as text/html)
http://scummgames.com/?xhtml (Force send as application/xhtml+xml)

XHTML has the advantage of loading large pages very quickly since it's a more simplified language compared with HTML. The Wordpress skin was already coded as XHTML, so I've simply kept that - while making it compliant.
For Religion & Health see:[/b][/size] Williams & Sternthal. (2007). Spirituality, religion and health: Evidence and research directions. Med. J. Aust., 186(10), S47-S50. -LINK

The WIN/Gallup End of Year Survey 2013 found the US was perceived to be the greatest threat to world peace by a huge margin, with 24% of respondents fearful of the US followed by: 8% for Pakistan, and 6% for China. This was followed by 5% each for: Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, North Korea. -LINK


"That's disgusting. There were clean athletes out there that have had their whole careers ruined by people like Lance Armstrong who just bended thoughts to fit their circumstances. He didn't look up cheating because he wanted to stop, he wanted to justify what he was doing and to keep that continuing on." - Nicole Cooke
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#8
RE: OK Time to do some web developing...
XHTML is considered a dead end by WHATWG and even the W3C.

Expect no further support or development of XHTML.

HTML5 is expected to have support.

And I am confused why you keep thinking XHTML is better.

It is not.

The speed of getting a page, user experience wise, depends on the number of connections, the size of the data and the load order.

In other words, you'd get more benefit from staggering the load order of your site, using CSS sprites and data URIs, and hacking in use of SPDY than any amount of XHTML.

Render speed of moderately complex HTML is a non-issue now -- the most complex of HTML is easily managed with document.createElement and judicious use of Node.appendChild, Node.removeChild, etc,.
What is a drop of rain... compared to the storm?

What is a thought... compared to a mind?
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