To copy this script to your local (git commit) and remote (git push) Github repository (see details in git_help.ini): in Windows CLI (C:\Windows\SysWOW64\cmd.exe), in J:\awww\apl\dev1\fwphp or in Git Bash CLI slavk@sspc1 MINGW64, in /j/awww/apl/dev1/fwphp (master) git status git add SOME_DIR SOMEPATH_TO_SCRIPT... git commit -am "Improved" ( -a = all changed files since last copy ) or (git commit -am "Initial commit") git pull git push -u origin master (Authentication failed for 'https://github.com/slavkoss/fwphp.git/')
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After completing 3 steps in NOTE below :
1.URL from LAN (intranet) - shows web server's document root 2.URL from inet where : http://localtest.me:8083/ is free (non commercial) wildcarded DNS Domain which always resolve back to 127.0.0.1 (your local machine)
DDNS : 3 steps for dynamic IP
Find your inet provider's nonstatic public IP adress eg 22.214.171.124 eg here: https://www.yougetsignal.com/ Register (sign up) eg here: https://freedns.afraid.org/ for free or payed DDNS account Send your public IP adress eg 126.96.36.199 to DDNS provider so : https://freedns.afraid.org/nic/update?hostname=phporacle.mooo.com&myip=188.8.131.52 (asks user name and password aquired in register step)
More DDNS : 1.Help 2.Development
Use the correct DocType Definition (DTD)
Especially in Internet Explorer, you MUST use a standards compliant !DOCTYPE, and for Internet Explorer this MUST be the first line of your (x)html. Using <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> will switch IE into quirks mode.
A list of the recommended DTDs can be found at the following link: Recommended DTDs to use in your Web document.
What it's all about (WHY) w3c.org website says :
"Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a mechanism for adding style (e.g. fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents."
It is so much more. Bootstrap with jQuery is big (>200kB) and slow. This page does not use them.
I say :
"Routing in PHP (menus, framework - linking mosaic pieces - code snippets) is in all learning sources I found : insufficent / to complicated coding / bad explained. Some of them have excellent ideas and code."