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Web development software is used to create websites for both the Internet and intranets. Software can be either locally installed or operated through a cloud interface, and ranges in complexity from simple text editors to full-fledged integrated development environments (IDEs) that include graphics, video, audio, scripting and database support.

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Hi,

While opening pdf it is opening in microsoft edge. But i want it to open as just ADOBE document or worst case as microsoft internet explorer. how to to do this. please advise
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Free Tool: Port Scanner
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Free Tool: Port Scanner

Check which ports are open to the outside world. Helps make sure that your firewall rules are working as intended.

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Hello,

I have a case where I have lots of HTML pages with <a name="[x]"> tags without any closing </a> tags.

Is there a regex that will find those <a tags so I can remove them?

Thanks in advance,

Steve
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Hi,

Is it possible to create colour libraries patterns in Adobe Creative Cloud, and then they appear in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Sketch, and Adobe Comp?

I'm constantly working on repeat client projects and I have to keep going back to their logo to sample their default color. I'm sure Adobe Creative Cloud has a better way of managing this across all of their software?
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I am trying to export an Azure DB to a bacpac file and save it locally.
When I try to do this I get an error, and on top of that it only allows me to export the tables.

This is what I do:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/relational-databases/data-tier-applications/export-a-data-tier-application

Is there any software out there that can make this process more user friendly?
How can I export the entire DB ?  Stored procedures, views, etc.
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hi,

right now want to build up the first company web site and I think this kind of site:

https://www.ascent.tech/database-and-bi-consulting-services/

is good enough. Any tools can help to build that so that I can add any number of tab/expand web site easily ?
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I need to display a large image that is high resolution and need a magnifying glass so when the user moves the cursor over the image, a round circle opens and shows the details.

Would this just be a jQuery plug-in? A javascript library?

If you have one, please send me the link.

Thanks.
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I saw this video online and the website was originally from TypeScript. When I go to TypeScripts' website its different. In the .gif was once there website.

Can someone explain to me how they made the clouds animate in the background? What tools were possibly used? And the best method to try and recreate it?

Animated Clouds
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Hello
I need to know what would you advise as responsive website language to de develop a website having this features :
- Community having their own space
- Google map and geolocalisation
Thanks for your help,
Johana
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Cool, I'll try it. Thanks for the head's up.
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I have a customer who wants to add a live chat feature to their web site (I think mostly for people who are having technical issues, or questions about enrolling in their courses, etc.)  Compatibility with various browsers would be a plus too.

Anyone have particular chat software/function that they recommend?

Thanks.
Dave
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Hello,

we would like to work with an open source ERP solution that is easy to customize and understand, we also expect it to be well supported with good user community, any suggestions?

thanks
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Hello Experts,
I want add 1-2 or more emails in CC from this script but unable to do this, only i can send TOMAIL, please suggest.

#!/bin/bash
#requires: date,sendmail

MSGBODY=`cat /usr/bin/AUTO/BodLogs/ServerBodLogs_2000.html`"<html><body>

<hr/> <br/>
<br/>
<br/></body></html>"

sendEmail -t abc@abc.in $TOEMAIL -f cron@Test $FREMAIL -xu mylogs@gmail.com $SMTPUSER -xp abcd1234 $SMTPPASS -s smtp.gmail.com $SMTPIP -o $FREMAIL -o message-content-type=html -m "$MSGBODY" -u ServerBod2000 "$SUBJECT"
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Dramatic changes are revolutionizing how we build and use technology. Every company is automating, digitizing, and modernizing operations. We need a better, more connected way to work together as teams so we can harness the insights from our systems and drive effective collaboration.


Just a few years ago, we were all looking around and asking each other the same question. Fortunately, some people are figuring it out and providing some guidance on how DevOps processes can improve all areas of business, from development and operations to monitoring and incident management.


Here are a few examples from our customers.


Pacific Life has transitioned its monitoring from a human-operated system to an automated one. Leaders had to overcome employee anxiety over losing jobs and providing direct access to customers.


Intermountain Healthcare, Utah’s largest nonprofit healthcare provider, has connected systems to provide telehealth first-response technology and major incident management processes.


Dealertrack is the leading provider of on-demand, integrated digital solutions designed to enhance the efficiency and profitability for all major segments of the automotive retail industry. Thanks to a combination of monitoring, management, and communication tools, Dealertrack has improved their time to resolve issues and product development speed.


So we know that dramatic changes are needed in how we build and use technology. And yet, a 2017 survey of DevOps maturity shows that only 36% of organizations have good knowledge sharing between development and operations.


The DevOps experts who know

Where can you go to hear how experts are solving these complex problems?


We're bring the Agility 2017 Tour to a city near you, where you can hear from experts and pick their brains regarding how they’re improving business and trends you should be preparing for. It's a great opportunity to hear from more than just talking heads.


Agility 2017 starts in San Francisco on June 13, then moves to New York on June 20, Chicago on June 22, and London on June 29. Besides the customers listed above, we'll be including New York City Health + Hospitals, Forrester, The Telegraph, O2, Tesco, Moogsoft, Cherwell, Praecipio, and others.


You'll also hear from our own experts, including CEO Troy McAlpin and CTO Abbas Haider Ali. They will be discussing:


  • The need for a better, more connected way to work together as teams
  • How to harness the insights from systems to drive collaboration
  • And in doing so, naturally preventing incidents within the normal flow of work


Reserve your seat at a free Agility 2017 event near you before they all disappear!

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What software do people use to securely manage these different environments, and to push code from one to the other?

At the moment I have to do it manually using sFTP, but wondering if there is a better way?
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Building a Wordpress site for a non-profit organization with about a thousand members.  I have very little experience with a membership plugin.  Looking for recommendations and help.  Key functionality includes:
  • Multi-level membership levels.  For example basic membership (free), standard level, pro level.  Each level would allow access to different levels of protected content.
  • Ability to integrate membership credentials with forum login.  Need to provide a single sign-on process that allows members access to protected content on website in addition to providing ability to post to forum (non-members will be allowed to view forum, but not post).
  • Ability to build custom functions.  For example to create a registration process for their annual convention.
  • Integration with Woocommerce (or similar e-commerce plugin) for payment of membership fees.
Any recommendations will be much appreciated!
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i was trying to track a package thru DHL, and dhl gave me their site as : http://www.dhl-usa.com; but the shipper gave me as :  http://dhlcomp.cf/
In the 2nd site which is an exact replica of the original, the tracking number shows up.  DHL customer service also confirms that there is no such tracking number.
My question is, how come the regulators do not shut down the 2nd site, etc.
Regards
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I'm looking for a program that has sections for teachers and students , and the teacher can monitor and read reports of the students , everyone has their own section , the principal can see the teacher work and post things only for the teachers.

fully customizable , so you can't change it based on needs. can be online portal or a program.
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We have a high dollar volume website that cannot afford customer downtime. In the past we have had customers unable to access the site because some changes were not cached to their browser even after IIS reset. To handle this we have implemented a line in our pages query string that looks like this:

 ?v=8

in order to force a page refresh on the client. Two questions:

1. Is there a way to create a global version variable in something like the web.config and then have that used in each page instead of having to remember to do this is each page?
2. What would we do to force JavaScript files and CSS files to do the same?

Or is there another preferred method? Large high volume corporations must have a way of handling this effectively.

Thanks.
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Optimize your web performance
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Optimize your web performance

What's in the eBook?
- Full list of reasons for poor performance
- Ultimate measures to speed things up
- Primary web monitoring types
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Hi, I maintain a huge website, and the owner has contracted another company to create a new website design. Sometime in the next few months, they'll want me to transfer content over. Are there any tools out there that would help me do that?

I can't transfer just text, because there are links, photos, headers, bullets, etc within the text that need to be transferred as well.

So although the person in charge of the project thinks I can just copy a page, paste it into notepad and then copy that into the new site, I think he's full of it. I'm looking for something, hopefully a tool we can download, that would extract text with p tags, ul and li tags, link tags, and everything valuable, while getting rid of classes and any inline styles. I could handle the photos separately.

Any thoughts? Thanks!
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Hello,
My questions are not being posted?
Administrator; Why?
It appears that this question got posted, so I will actually ask a question.
I have an external monitor hooked up to my laptop.  I have the font setting on the monitor set.
When I open Ready API! 1.9.0 the fonts are very tiny and I do not find where or how to change the size.
I do not want to change the size or resolution of the monitor.
Thanks
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Hello everyone,
I wanted to know if using MVC is (in anyway) incompatible with the use of UP?
Thank you
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Originally, this post was published on Monitis Blog, you can check it here.


Websites are getting bigger and more complicated by the day. Video, images and custom fonts are all great for showcasing your product or service. But the price to pay in terms of reduced page load times and ultimately, decreased sales, could lead to some difficult decisions about what to cut.

 

Web loads speeds are integral factors in determining your SEO and how long customers will stay at your site. But web design, as important as it is for driving traffic, can also get in the way of your ultimate goal of bringing customers and revenue. In other words, you must avoid page bloat at all costs!

 

This is why businesses today, more than ever, must develop a clearly defined web performance optimization strategy. In fact, web monitoring should be an integral part of your web design best practices. To be clear, web performance optimization (or WPO) is the science of making your website perform better so it increases visitor retention, improves SEO, and drives more sales.


To give a great case study of how WPO works, consider what 37signals (now Basecamp) did with their Highrise marketing website. Using A/B testing, the company did multiple tests to determine the best plan for their landing page. In one case, the original background was white and cluttered with information. A dramatic change was made by replacing this white background with a picture of a person smiling.

 

The new landing page led to an increase in signups at the Highrise site by 102.5%!

 

This list provides another 99 great case studies of how WPO made a huge difference in website conversions.

 

In what follows, we take things further by providing you a brief checklist of the key steps to ensuring your website performance optimization strategy is on track.



Keep Things Fast! 

Website conversions are integrally tied to the speed of the site. One second saved in download time can make all the difference between a sale or a bounce.


  

Check Your Web Hosting 

Your web hosting may offer “unlimited bandwidth” but if it involves shared services with other websites that impacts overall performance, then is it really worth it? It’s always a good idea to periodically review your hosting plan to ensure you’re getting the best value for your dollar.

  


Make Your Site Mobile First

Having a “mobile first” website is critical to success in today’s digital marketplace. If you don’t believe it, just consider that mobile commerce transactions in the United States alone are expected to total $123 billion in 2016

  


Image Optimization 

“Page bloat” – or the practice of cramming websites with high density images – has gotten out of hand and is the number one culprit for long page loading times. Don’t bloat your website! One of the best ways to ensure proper image optimization is to adopt correct sizing and formatting for all your images.

  


Go Easy with Affiliate Codes & Ads  

Ads and affiliate code are good . . . up to a point! But when you go overboard, this can lead to high bounce rates and can adversely impact your overall website performance. Constantly check how third-party applications impact your load speed! 

 


Cache Often 

Caching is a mechanism for the temporary storage of web pages in order to reduce bandwidth and improve performance. This saves server time and makes your website faster overall.

  


Use a CDN 

Content Delivery Networks deliver the static files of a website, like CSS, images, and JavaScript, through servers that are in closer proximity to the user’s physical location. Every second that you save in download time is dollars in your pocket.

  


Make Your CTA Front & Center 

Don’t make your landing page a game of “guess where to check-out the merchandise.” Visitors don’t want to spend extra time trying to figure out where to complete their transactions. Your Call to Action should be front and center on the landing page.



Adopt Cloud-based Website Monitoring 

Imagine having all of the vital statistics for your website in a nice convenient dashboard, and getting alerts about trouble spots long before they reach impact your customers. Cloud hosted web monitoring is the crucial component in today’s digital marketplace. IT system monitoring is first of all a real time data that can help you respond to problems. You cannot do without monitoring tools, if you hope to optimize and maximize your application’s performance.



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I'm just trying to find the right syntax to use to set the background color of a node in json with google charts.

This is the code I have and of course it's not working because I have no idea what I'm doing.

	
$style = new stdClass;
$style->p = "style: 'background-color:green;'";
$item->p = $style;

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There's more to my code of course but this is what I'm using to set the background color of a specific node.
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Originally, this post was published on Monitis Blog, you can check it here.


It goes without saying that technology has transformed society and the very nature of how we live, work, and communicate in ways that would’ve been incomprehensible 5 years ago. In that time frame, we’ve experienced momentous changes in the areas of mobile, cloud, and collaboration.


Just look at the way that mobile commerce has taken off; 2014 was the year it came of age thanks to breakthroughs like Apple Pay. Not to mention . . . the whole realm of cloud technologies has probably been the single biggest influence on IT. But watch out, next up is the Internet of Things, which has been causing major amounts of buzz for recent years.

 

While all of this rapid change is great for businesses and customers, new digital technologies are also creating unforeseen challenges for IT the world over. With the demand for instant software updates and real-time communications, IT shops have had to change their operations paradigm. It used to be that software release cycles would take upwards of 18-24 months or more. But with the innovations spurred on by the consumerization of IT and heightened customer demands, companies today are hard-pressed to get applications out the door as fast as possible.

 

IT has lead the charge in adopting quicker and more agile frameworks for managing software upgrades. Now the cycle for creating novel software apps from “soup to nuts” is about 3 months for an initial version and upwards of 6 months for the full feature set. And not only has the lifecycle shortened but apps have become much more complex and require cross-collaboration and integration between various IT constituents, such as Operations, Development, and Q&A in ways previously unimaginable. The result has been a new discipline known as DevOps.

 

So the obvious question to ask is this: “How is your organization leveraging DevOps today?” When it comes to your IT infrastructure, what are you doing to ensure faster production cycle times, more efficient workflows, and better cost savings and revenue generation? With these questions in mind, let’s look at the 5 most important things to know about DevOps right now.


 

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DevOps is a Paradigm-Shifting Approach to Software Builds

DevOps encompasses a whole mindshift in the approach to rolling out software releases and is as much a cultural shift as it’s a technological one (more on this below). DevOps is about excellent customer service, cost savings, and increased efficiency. But it’s also just as much about different business units being agile, adaptable, and flexible enough to work together to produce excellent products and services. DevOps is best summed up as a new way for people, process, and technology to work together in organic harmony.


  

DevOps is a Cultural Shift

DevOps is also about effective collaboration and communication across the organization. All of this gets at the importance of culture and cultural practices. Old habits die hard and if your organization is steeped in long-standing, traditional enterprise approaches to software development, then moving the needle on efficiency will obviously take longer.

 

Citing Lloyd Taylor, “You can’t directly change culture. But you can change behavior, and behavior becomes culture.” Start by creating an environment in which innovation and brainstorming are welcomed practices. Reward people for their ideas. Host a monthly innovation contest by providing a free lunch or $50 gift certificate to whoever finds the best solution to a manual, time-consuming process. If you look around, there are all kinds of opportunities to implement DevOps best practices into your work flow.

 

 

DevOps is all about Automation

The benefit of automating the testing and deployment process hardly needs explanation. With just a few clicks a continuous integration tool will run a series of unit tests, deploy the code to a new server, and then carry out a series of integration tests. The obvious takeaway is that continuous integration automation reduces cost and increases efficiency so that developers can spend their time writing code instead of tracking and fixing bugs.

 

Developing the ability to automate an organization’s infrastructure may seem like the most daunting of tasks, and it’s at this point that companies usually become their own worst enemy. Fortunately, there are a significant number of automation tools on the market now that can help make your build, test, monitoring, and deployment process efficient and effective.

 

A tool like Monitis can give your organization a jump start on your DevOps strategy by providing continual performance, testing, and monitoring updates for your infrastructure. As a cloud based-APM (application performance monitoring) company, Monitis provides customers with a clear and intuitive dashboard that lets them see whatever they want in their IT world in a glance. Whether it be Web apps, servers, networks, websites and more, it is all covered in the various monitoring tools that Monitis provides.

  


DevOps is the First Step to Web-Scale IT

Web-scale IT is defined as “a pattern of global-class computing that delivers the capabilities of large cloud service providers within an enterprise IT setting. More organizations will begin thinking, acting and building applications and infrastructure like Web giants such as Amazon, Google and Facebook.” Gartner also goes on to mention that DevOps is integral to this process and represents the first step for many organizations to scale up their operations “to drive rapid, continuous incremental development of applications and services.”

 

 

DevOps takes Time

There is no quick fix solution to creating a DevOps environment; it takes time to get key stakeholders onboard and to change policies, attitudes, and practices. Be persistent though and the dividends will pay off!

 

DevOps is an epic transformation in the world of IT that’s creating a host of new opportunities for businesses to become more agile and efficient in the delivery of their products and services. If followed through, DevOps adoption can dramatically save your organization significant amounts of time and money while boosting efficiency at all levels. The DevOps train is leaving the station, but it’s not too late to get onboard. Get started today to see the differences DevOps can make in the level and quality of your business practices.



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Web Development Software

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Web development software is used to create websites for both the Internet and intranets. Software can be either locally installed or operated through a cloud interface, and ranges in complexity from simple text editors to full-fledged integrated development environments (IDEs) that include graphics, video, audio, scripting and database support.