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Silex publication process #238

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lexoyo opened this Issue Dec 29, 2014 · 20 comments

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Silex is technically closer to Wix or Squarespace, but in the philosophy more like Jekyll since it is free and open source, and one can [publish the website as static HTML/CSS/JS files](silexlabs/Silex#238)

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how do I publish to github pages?

sharmivssharmi commented Mar 3, 2016

how do I publish to github pages?

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Same as the other. But you need to specify your path as username.github.io/master/root_of_site.
You can find more information on GitHub Pages

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JbIPS commented Mar 3, 2016

Same as the other. But you need to specify your path as username.github.io/master/root_of_site.
You can find more information on GitHub Pages

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sharmivssharmi Mar 4, 2016

Hi,
I am new to github too, what do you mean by same as the other. In silex editor, I have two publish settings, one with dropbox, and then ftp. Please elaborate what should i give to publish or open a file from github?

sharmivssharmi commented Mar 4, 2016

Hi,
I am new to github too, what do you mean by same as the other. In silex editor, I have two publish settings, one with dropbox, and then ftp. Please elaborate what should i give to publish or open a file from github?

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First thing first, which version of Silex are you using? silex.me or preprod.silex.me?
GitHub publication is only available on preprod

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JbIPS commented Mar 4, 2016

First thing first, which version of Silex are you using? silex.me or preprod.silex.me?
GitHub publication is only available on preprod

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When I try to publish, I receive an "Unknown Service Undefined" error. What does this mean?

ieabbas commented Jul 30, 2016

When I try to publish, I receive an "Unknown Service Undefined" error. What does this mean?

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Hello
Did you choose a folder in the settings > publication settings?

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Did you choose a folder in the settings > publication settings?

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Absolutely. I have designated a directory for the website to be published, and followed every step of the help process for publishing. I think it has something to do with the images I'm using, but I'm not sure really.

ieabbas commented Jul 31, 2016

Absolutely. I have designated a directory for the website to be published, and followed every step of the help process for publishing. I think it has something to do with the images I'm using, but I'm not sure really.

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The path was directly in my installed Dropbox. Basically
"D:\Dropbox\WebsiteRootDirectory

ieabbas commented Jul 31, 2016

The path was directly in my installed Dropbox. Basically
"D:\Dropbox\WebsiteRootDirectory

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So if I want to save or publish anything I have to enter my Dropbox/WebDAV/FTP/GitHub username and password? It's not possible to save/publish to a local drive?
Seems more like a new and somewhat creative way of phishing than a website editor/designer.

dingenskirchen commented Aug 14, 2016

So if I want to save or publish anything I have to enter my Dropbox/WebDAV/FTP/GitHub username and password? It's not possible to save/publish to a local drive?
Seems more like a new and somewhat creative way of phishing than a website editor/designer.

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This is OAuth in most cases, the host do not even have your password. And when you authorize Silex to access your data, it opens a popup and not an iframe so that you can check that the URL is the one of the service, not the host of Silex instance

The reason why we do not save to local drive is that it would force you to install a software on your computer (which is even more risky if someone put a key logger in the project's executables (just joking))

You concerns are legitimate, so you are encouraged to look at the source code, and host your own instance of Silex. This is the only true way to trust only yourself (which is a good thing)

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This is OAuth in most cases, the host do not even have your password. And when you authorize Silex to access your data, it opens a popup and not an iframe so that you can check that the URL is the one of the service, not the host of Silex instance

The reason why we do not save to local drive is that it would force you to install a software on your computer (which is even more risky if someone put a key logger in the project's executables (just joking))

You concerns are legitimate, so you are encouraged to look at the source code, and host your own instance of Silex. This is the only true way to trust only yourself (which is a good thing)

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I'd like to add the project managing the remote storages is unifile if you want to look at it 😄 You'll see the data aren't stored anywhere! Have fun using Silex

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JbIPS commented Aug 14, 2016

I'd like to add the project managing the remote storages is unifile if you want to look at it 😄 You'll see the data aren't stored anywhere! Have fun using Silex

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Nice!

I changed this

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lexoyo commented Apr 19, 2017

Nice!

I changed this

My remarks

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Awesome - thanks for catching that and making those changes!

  • I just linked it in the FAQ, but ultimately, I think we definitely should make the main page more of an index where we can group and order all of these pages. TODO

  • Those videos will be awesome additions TODO

  • Update the screenshots TODO

  • Ahh, sorry, that is my misunderstanding. I thought that Contributing-changes-to-Silex-website was for individuals wishing to contribute changes to the main Silex website or editor, but it sounds like this article is actually designed for for someone wishing to edit their own website that they created using Silex. Is this correct?

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jennparker commented Apr 19, 2017

Awesome - thanks for catching that and making those changes!

  • I just linked it in the FAQ, but ultimately, I think we definitely should make the main page more of an index where we can group and order all of these pages. TODO

  • Those videos will be awesome additions TODO

  • Update the screenshots TODO

  • Ahh, sorry, that is my misunderstanding. I thought that Contributing-changes-to-Silex-website was for individuals wishing to contribute changes to the main Silex website or editor, but it sounds like this article is actually designed for for someone wishing to edit their own website that they created using Silex. Is this correct?

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These TODO updates are now being tracked here

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jennparker commented May 15, 2017

These TODO updates are now being tracked here

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Is it possible to build a site externally in html, then bring it in and publish through you?

blueskythinker commented Oct 21, 2017

Is it possible to build a site externally in html, then bring it in and publish through you?

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Not for the moment no

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Not for the moment no

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