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bio website vigmacode.net
location Italy
age 32
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
seen Feb 26 at 16:32

I'm a selftaught web developer, I'm graduated in Foreign Languages and Literatures but life takes you along unpredicted roads...So now here I am, from the beginning of 2010 studying and researching a lot to get up with the pace of those who dind't make the mistake of choosing a wrong path. I'm learning a bit more day by day, trying to do my best, making errors and small victories.


Jan
16
comment Recommend an open source CMS for single page web site
You don't need a CMS for just that, just a single html file would do (with content loaded in AJAX); someone will suggest wordpress, but beware! you'll have a ton of feature useless for you; a database (for dynamically add content) and a single php/html file imho are the best; pick a site layout you like from anywhere and take inspiration from it
Oct
20
comment seo and php get variables
Google won't have any problem for that. Your blog readers, maybe.
Jul
21
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
18
comment Amazon-like ecommerce site
I just checked on their 'features' page and product reviews, product search, product adding (and I believe, account creation) is there. Download the free version and set up a local environment to test it out. Do the same witho other solutions like osCommerce or Zendcart or other solutions and see what suits best!
Feb
18
comment Amazon-like ecommerce site
Well, Magento already has those features as far as I remember, have you checked their specs? Don't know about the latest version, but what you need is pretty basic stuff for a full-rounded solution.
Feb
16
comment Joomla Hide Menu Item, or: Using Rich Content as part of the navigation
Are you using some ready-made extensions or is it a component you built? I worked on some sites with Virtuamart and Hikashop, and the trick of using a 'hidden' (I suppose you mean 'unpublished' module menu) works fine. Or maybe I just dind't get the question right?
Feb
10
awarded  Scholar
Feb
10
awarded  Supporter
Feb
10
accepted Temporary website redirect: 3xx or php/meta?
Feb
10
comment Temporary website redirect: 3xx or php/meta?
Yeah, you have a good point there; but I thought that, given the little time I have to dedicate to the site, leaving it there, rarely updated, without new features and so on would have been "bad". I thought it would have been better to just redirect to the forum (where much of the people converge anyway). But mayb you're right, I should leave it there as is...
Feb
10
comment Temporary website redirect: 3xx or php/meta?
Never heard about 307, so do you think it's the optimal one for a 2-month span of time?
Feb
10
awarded  Student
Feb
10
asked Temporary website redirect: 3xx or php/meta?
Feb
3
awarded  Teacher
Feb
3
answered Why should/shouldn't I put social media icons on my website?