14 December 2019 at 7:55 #6972
I plan to insert a small banner with a famous quote inside.
This banner will change citation from time to time with frequency to be established and you can suggest the citations and, if you want, the user who suggested it will also be mentioned in addition to the author.
For the moment I would start with these then we will see how things evolve
” E’ what we think we know that prevents us from learning new things ” (Claude Bernard)
” Every time we learn something new, we may become something new ” (Leo Buscaglia)
” What will be tomorrow depends on what you do today ” (Tim Fargo)
what do you think?14 December 2019 at 10:04 #6974
Interesting; Bread for the more philosophical.
Alberto14 December 2019 at 12:33 #6976gvsoftParticipant
Great, especially the third citation…..go on
Gvsoft17 December 2019 at 13:33 #7034
Ok now I just have to find the time to change the site code. I have to go there with lead feet so as not to do damage and not to interrupt the vision of the pages. I am not very expert in this field all I know I have learned in the field by dint of attempts. When I started this adventure I didn't even know the specific programming languages for the sites.
Given the lack of knowledge I will create a copy of the home and work on that, once I have solved all the big and small problems that I will encounter, I will transfer the acquired knowledge to the official page.
Be patient but my times are long, I have at most a couple of hours a week to devote to this job as long as I'm not too tired for the myriad of commitments I have during the day. However, in the end I will come to terms with it.17 December 2019 at 20:02 #7042
I thought you created it with WordPress so a great help in the layout and all nice and done. Quindi php or asp?
Whatever happens it will be a success.18 December 2019 at 7:03 #7055
It is mostly done with WordPress but some additional features are done in code and every little change can upset everything. Without considering that it has almost daily automatic updates and sometimes the latter nullifying the additional code created. Updates are a risk I have to take to have a site that can always be efficient after many years. There are examples of sites that are no longer updatable that survive even with their bugs simply because whoever made it has stopped following it.. I want to prevent this from happening.18 December 2019 at 12:23 #7057
For mine I followed the road “I do everything by myself and I don't want external hands” paying the price that php has continuous revisions and now they have passed 7-8 years…. It could lose pieces in moments…. My site I mean.
In any case, whether you choose a cms or code written by hand, you must keep everything under control at least weekly.12 January 2020 at 13:56 #7309
I finally managed to find time for the changes
I accept event suggestions other phrases to add
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