Hi @Danny Markov
Thanks for the reply, Of course you are right, i have not heard about the featured snippets so far. So sorry that Google picks them up.
I actually checked how the amp results look like and those should have a little lightning bolt next to them.
I think you are looking for google amp project but still not sure. There is an article here: http://searchengineland.com/live-google-launches-amp-results-in-mobile-search-results-243147
If your website is powered by WP you can find a plugin to integrate: https://bg.wordpress.org/plugins/amp/
Otherwise you can use tools like: http://distro.mic.com/ or build something by yourself.
Yes, you need a special markup and there are plenty of limitations what can be used and how should be used. As far as i know some people do 2 versions of their pages to accomplish this.
Interesting! I used only Selenium so far but will try this lib as well.
See the following: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8840883/how-to-list-files-of-a-directory-in-an-other-server-using-ssh2
Long time ago i had to do a remote file upload and listing all files that are missing between 2 different folders. Using ssh2 is one of your options.
If your question were related to the following demo: https://demo.tutorialzine.com/2014/09/cute-file-browser-jquery-ajax-php/#files%2FMusic
You have to edit the JQuery code.
You just have to edit "scannedFiles.forEach" part of the code and edit how the html for a given file/folder is appended to the list of scanned items. Keep in mind that currently the html structure is using a list so may be editing the styles could fix your problem for long files.
You can attach a link to your code or post the snippet you have so far so users here to be able to help you. Displaying 4 files as a list seems to be pretty easy. You have to loop those 4 files and print an html list passing current file name to the current list item node. What is the problem with the long file names?
There are plenty of tuts how to do a multiple files upload. You can read one of the articles posted here and do something more advanced:https://tutorialzine.com/2013/05/mini-ajax-file-upload-form
Hey @Sherri B
I think you should use NodeJs. However, i have just stumbled an article about Elixir so maybe that is an option too.
Several books you can check:
Also you may be interested in developing microservices or writing functional php (some more advanced stuff bellow):https://www.safaribooksonline.com/library/view/php-microservices/9781787125377/https://www.safaribooksonline.com/library/view/functional-php/9781785880322/
There are plenty of resources(tutorials, sites and books) out there that can help you to start working and developing a back-end.
Personally i used codecademy, codeschool, youtube and a lot of other sites including tutorialzine. In the past i also buy some printed books.
However, the best place so far that i have found was safaribooksonline. Currently i have an year based subscription and i can say that it worth each penny.
Also you should be ready to read the documentation of each of the tools/technologies you want to develop. Keep in mind that for PHP especially you should carefully pick up the resources you learn from as there are plenty of resources using bad programming practices.
I am still not using those because of the lack of support but i am learning those so that i can use in the future.
I agree. I do not like the built in typography and many other things as well. Also if you work on a project that requires something really custom it is harder to achieve it with Bootstrap. It depends on the project but for me is more like compromising with the creativity.
If you want to be sure that the email design will look okay in different email clients you should use templates like those:http://foundation.zurb.com/emails/email-templates.html
Yes, you should use html tables for sure and inline the styles.
Sublime and Atom.