• Web Development - WAYWO - #8
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[QUOTE=Cep.;43797381]Literally the next Facebook. We've already bought up all the shares and I'm looking at an early retirement. Probably snipped because the idea was so golden. (It was actually already snipped and I followed Mega's rating, noshame)[/QUOTE] I was wondering why you snipped it after he snipped it. I was a pretty cool project. And in all seriousness I want to throw my money at it.
So I made this [url]http://jsfiddle.net/Euphe/LdDvV/[/url] [img]http://gyazo.com/7b66b173575f6cdcb43a0b8ad74b2d5f.png[/img]
[QUOTE=KmartSqrl;43789151]I'm actually working on a WAYWO inspired website right now. Started it last weekend, but haven't put anything online yet. Thinking about open-sourcing it and letting everyone contribute once the framework is laid down. So far you can create accounts and create pages for specific projects that you have. Soon you'll be able to post images and updates to project pages and follow projects to keep an eye on their progress. Sort of like a dev log. Also planning on letting you follow other users and adding a community/forum area, commenting on projects and project updates, etc. I also want it to function as a knowledge sharing site, so people will be able to write tutorials and quick tips and things like that. I've got a lot of ideas for this one, would definitely be cool to turn it in to a team project.[/QUOTE] Is it going to be a general WAYWO or more something more specific like webdevelopment? Seems like a very interesting project. A friend of mine makes furniture and he posts a sort of log on facebook, seems like this would be something that he would be using. It would be pretty amazing for pc enthusiasts as well, pc build logs are not uncommon. If it's something more general it requires quite some thinking on how to display specific content. If I'm making a pc build log I would want to post a nice spec sheet at the top of my log. Or when building a new desk the tools, materials used etc on each specific step. Anyway, if you need some help I'm not too busy lately.
[QUOTE=Miljaker;43799185]Is it going to be a general WAYWO or more something more specific like webdevelopment? Seems like a very interesting project. A friend of mine makes furniture and he posts a sort of[b] log on facebook[/b], seems like this would be something that he would be using. It would be pretty amazing for pc enthusiasts as well, pc build logs are not uncommon.[/QUOTE] Don't force people to log in using facebook, twitter etc. You should only do this if you absolutely require stuff to do with their facebook, twitter, steam account. Stuff like scrap.tf etc. More an more people are abandoning facebook and there are people who don't even have an account and don't want one (like me).
[QUOTE=Miljaker;43799185]Is it going to be a general WAYWO or more something more specific like webdevelopment? Seems like a very interesting project. A friend of mine makes furniture and he posts a sort of log on facebook, seems like this would be something that he would be using. It would be pretty amazing for pc enthusiasts as well, pc build logs are not uncommon. If it's something more general it requires quite some thinking on how to display specific content. If I'm making a pc build log I would want to post a nice spec sheet at the top of my log. Or when building a new desk the tools, materials used etc on each specific step. Anyway, if you need some help I'm not too busy lately.[/QUOTE] The plan is to focus around design/development at first and then branch out in to other content. I definitely want to support music, and projects like making furniture would be awesome as well. Absolutely want to keep it open-ended enough that you can put anything you want on it. I'll definitely let you guys know when I've got it to a point that it's ready to have other people start contributing. Getting more excited about this one now :)
[QUOTE=Mega1mpact;43799235]Don't force people to log in using facebook, twitter etc. You should only do this if you absolutely require stuff to do with their facebook, twitter, steam account. Stuff like scrap.tf etc. More an more people are abandoning facebook and there are people who don't even have an account and don't want one (like me).[/QUOTE] I was only pointing out he uses facebook as a log for his projects.
[QUOTE=Mega1mpact;43799235]Don't force people to log in using facebook, twitter etc. You should only do this if you absolutely require stuff to do with their facebook, twitter, steam account. Stuff like scrap.tf etc. More an more people are abandoning facebook and there are people who don't even have an account and don't want one (like me).[/QUOTE] I think you completely missed the context of what he was saying :P I will always make sure email/password login is possible even if I do support twitter/github/etc.
[QUOTE=KmartSqrl;43799295]I think you completely missed the context of what he was saying :P I will always make sure email/password login is possible even if I do support twitter/github/etc.[/QUOTE] Okay then. I just get pissed off at sites that ONLY allow me to log in using facebook etc. Spotify used to have that for a while.
Any ideas to make this look better? My first time web developing and I have no idea how to make it look decent [IMG]https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5527081/restoration.png[/IMG]
[QUOTE=KmartSqrl;43799253]The plan is to focus around design/development at first and then branch out in to other content. I definitely want to support music, and projects like making furniture would be awesome as well. Absolutely want to keep it open-ended enough that you can put anything you want on it. I'll definitely let you guys know when I've got it to a point that it's ready to have other people start contributing. Getting more excited about this one now :)[/QUOTE] I like the idea of projects and devlogs but I feel like that is a very dribble/behance approach. Our WAYWO and pimpage threads are great because they are very quick, casual, and have more of a "hey just dicking around with this idea" feel. I've been unsuccessfully trying to imagine a solution that feels like our threads (one long group discussion) but still navigable at a large scale.
[QUOTE=Sean C;43801538]I like the idea of projects and devlogs but I feel like that is a very dribble/behance approach. Our WAYWO and pimpage threads are great because they are very quick, casual, and have more of a "hey just dicking around with this idea" feel. I've been unsuccessfully trying to imagine a solution that feels like our threads (one long group discussion) but still navigable at a large scale.[/QUOTE] I think you could get the thread feel by just mashing up updates from projects/users. I'm imagining a FB like news feed when you first log in with all the stuff you're following, and pages that show updates from all projects in a given category or by a given user. The quick casual feel can definitely be pulled off by presenting the content the right way.
[video=youtube;-eL0GhaEDpc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eL0GhaEDpc[/video] Demo of something i've been working on for the past few days. It's a framework for being able to modify a visitors current session dynamically from somewhere external (such as another site, etc). It works by checking the users session data (stored serverside) for any updates, and replaces the content if it has an update available. The external site (or w/e) sends a request to a page with the sessionid to make changes to and the changes. Let me know what you think. (WAYWO crosspost)
[QUOTE=techtuts0;43800582]Any ideas to make this look better? My first time web developing and I have no idea how to make it look decent [IMG]https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5527081/restoration.png[/IMG][/QUOTE] There needs to be more padding on the content, and the padding seems to be less on the right where the image is, although that could be because the image is actually too big for the box. I'd add some line-height on the content text too, the default is very squashed
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The game inside my webserver is now almost completely functional. The only thing that doesnt work is tracking the credits made in a game, you make the growth rate of the game price every time someone buys in after you, until the game has been running for a set time after the time of the last person baught in, and resets. Old accounts were deleted accidentally though. I'm changing the GET requests to POST requests soon. The website can be accessed from [url]http://87.211.14.64:8081/[/url] I'm looking for a free to use graphical interface, preferably some css sheets, to use instead of this text mode, does anyone know any?
[QUOTE=bootv2;43817528] I'm looking for a free to use graphical interface, preferably some css sheets, to use instead of this text mode, does anyone know any?[/QUOTE] [url=http://getbootstrap.com/]Bootstrap[/url] [url=http://foundation.zurb.com/]Foundation[/url] [url=http://purecss.io/]PureCSS[/url] [url=http://getuikit.com/]UIKit[/url] There are tons more.
Eh or neh? Working on a ban list for my TTT server. Mixed own CSS w/ bootstrap table formatting. [url]http://forsexypeople.com/bans.php[/url]
[QUOTE=rbreslow;43828622]Eh or neh? Working on a ban list for my TTT server. Mixed own CSS w/ bootstrap table formatting. [url]http://forsexypeople.com/bans.php[/url][/QUOTE] What do you use to get the '10 hours ago' thing?
[QUOTE=Coffeee;43833596]What do you use to get the '10 hours ago' thing?[/QUOTE] If he's using SourceBans, he's more than likely getting the timestamp when he was banned, the current one, current-banned, and format that to a readable string. At least that's how I did it one time. Also, [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/p4zyxZj.png[/IMG]
Working on a TCAdmin / Cpanel game panel that's free. But with dedicated server controls for each games. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/KOxTfHB.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/IaI4ll1.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/lbFCY70.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/0dnthR4.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/TOiWNZJ.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/jHtgj72.png[/IMG]
[QUOTE=Coment;43833824]If he's using SourceBans, he's more than likely getting the timestamp when he was banned, the current one, current-banned, and format that to a readable string. At least that's how I did it one time. Also, [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/p4zyxZj.png[/IMG][/QUOTE] Not using SourceBans, I have my own ban system. I format the time in seconds after the Unix Epoch and the length of the ban.
[url]www.speedsums.com[/url] :) it's really easy to hack because it's a client side app but it's just a bit of fun also please upvote me on hacker news if you like it - [url]https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7201405[/url] :)
[QUOTE=Alcapwne;43835584][url]www.speedsums.com[/url] :) it's really easy to hack because it's a client side app but it's just a bit of fun also please upvote me on hacker news if you like it - [url]https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7201405[/url] :)[/QUOTE] The way it instantly removes the textbox when the time is up made me accidentally go back a page when trying to delete an incorrect answer and not noticing that my time was up, maybe make that name textbox have focus when the time is up to prevent that? Not a serious issue but easy to change.
[QUOTE=seanm07;43835753]The way it instantly removes the textbox when the time is up made me accidentally go back a page when trying to delete an incorrect answer and not noticing that my time was up, maybe make that name textbox have focus when the time is up to prevent that? Not a serious issue but easy to change.[/QUOTE] Ah yeah that's happened to me a few times, very annoying indeed The problem is, all the code is on my desktop computer at home, and I'm at university :( I'll try to get my mum to stick it into my google drive or something so I can edit it here
[QUOTE=Voltz;43834882]Working on a TCAdmin / Cpanel game panel that's free. But with dedicated server controls for each games. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/KOxTfHB.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/IaI4ll1.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/lbFCY70.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/0dnthR4.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/TOiWNZJ.png[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/jHtgj72.png[/IMG][/QUOTE] If it's so urgent that the install folder is deleted after installing, why doesn't the installer do it automatically?
Because if the person installing it makes an error without having to go through the files they can just re-run the installer. However thinking over it...
[QUOTE=Voltz;43836235]Because if the person installing it makes an error without having to go through the files they can just re-run the installer. However thinking over it...[/QUOTE] Make it so they can change anything the installer sets up from the config/settings area. If they screw up the install process badly enough that they can't load the config/settings page then the installer should know the app isn't working and shouldn't delete the install directory :)
Good idea, I will definitely do that. I'm not creative, I can just code.
[QUOTE=Voltz;43836383]Good idea, I will definitely do that. I'm not creative, I can just code.[/QUOTE] Everyone is creative :) Some people have just had their creativity nurtured more than others (by themselves or by other people). If you really think you're not creative, start keeping a journal of ideas and spend at least 20 minutes a day brainstorming in it. Even if it seems like irrelevant shit that you'll never refer back to, the process helps get ideas flowing a lot for me.
Me and some classmates are competing in a web competition hosted by [URL="https://www.iis.se/"]iis[/URL]. This is what we have so far: [URL]http://projectstone.se/[/URL] [t]https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/41041550/projstone.png[/t] Please report any issues and CC is always welcome :smile:
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