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comment Responsive Design: Which Framework Should I Use? CSS3 & HTML5
I've been away from the nitty gritty of coding for a bit, & have jumped head first back in this year working on several projects, so I'd prefer something that's already around while I get back into the game. Id be using it as a starting point for creating my own set of boilerplate files anyways, cutting parts and adding others, but would like a solid base to start using immediately since I don't have the luxury of taking ages to build all the elements I'd wish to. Also, do you have an opinion on whether one of them may be designed to better lend itself to reworking existing sites with?
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comment Deliver my website all over the world hosting
@Rincewind42 Hehehe I live in China too.
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@Rincewind42 That looks interesting, though since the poster listed Asia as one of the locations where there's a target audience, I would look into which exact countries are within the scope of his demographics, since many Asian and other countries do not have a great relationship with Google, and block or throttle some, many, or all of their services and servers. Anyways, nice share, I'm gonna try that out.
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comment Deliver my website all over the world hosting
@simpod It's primary focus is not DNS, and it in fact does not provide extensive tools for the manipulation of DNS records. Any changes in DNS entries(editing, adding, or deleting) must be done at your host. The reason they require nameservers point to them is so they can manage the caching and routing of the content from the distribution/delivery network.
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comment Deliver my website all over the world hosting
@simpod From their blog (link): "People ask us all the time if CloudFlare is a CDN, and the answer at some level is yes. We run a globally distributed, load-balanced network that caches static content closer to the visitor. But, really, we've built something that's much more. We've taken the lessons learned from the last 15 years of CDNs, improved on those, and then applied many new technologies that take web performance to an entirely new level." From all that I've read and my own usage its main aims are as a CDN and for different layers of added security.
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Taken from their blog:
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There are certain directories I would like to disallow access from. For the file in the root directory, I dont want the directories to be indexed, I would prefer they remain private and then for each directory(since t hey all have domains/subs) to create it's own robots.txt with directory specific details.
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