The personal website of Parker Smart. Lists web presence and dev achievements.
GoDaddy does NOT support .Net Core on their PLESK servers so I had to revert back to .Net MVC. Oh well, I'm not paying for their VPN service especially when I only have FREE sites.
A Few Things Learned When Developing This Site
- Bootstrap 3 (version 2.3.2 and up)
- Understanding columns and nested columns
- Embedding Tweets and Twitter feed
- Embedding YouTube videos
- Converting to Bootstrap 4
- Adjusting the
- Replace "img-responsive" with "img-fluid"
glyphiconwith Iconic (~$40 - Do I have to give them a shoutout on my site if I pay for these their fonts?) I think all I'm using right now is their envelop... Was THAT worth forty bucks?
- Adjusting the columns and nested columns.
- The commit that has all the conversions.
- Using the New Order versus push/pull in Bootstrap 3
- Reference the
Scripts/umd/popper.jsinstead of just
Scripts/umd/popper.jsotherwise you see errors logged and tooltips will NOT work.
- Adjusting the
- Here are the image requirements specific to the LinkedIn sharing module:
- Max file size: 5 MB
- Minimum image dimensions: 1200 (w) x 627 (h) pixels
- Recommended ratio: 1.91:1
- Automatically redirect to the HTTPS site if given the HTTP prefix.
- Adjust the web.Release.config and add transforms to add the rules found here.
- Used the PLESK option in the list on the page above.
- Bootstrap 4 Icons - https://useiconic.com/
- Bootstrap 4 Grids - https://www.w3schools.com/bootstrap4/bootstrap_grid_system.asp
- Twitter - https://developer.twitter.com/en
- Emoji - https://www.w3schools.com/charsets/ref_emoji.asp
- Processing (p5.js) - https://p5js.org/
- Device Orientation - https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/native-hardware/device-orientation/
- Making Your Website Shareable on LinkedIn