Email began as a form of exchanging between computer users. Such use garnered substantial usage in the ’60s and the ’70s, and was the foundation for what email is today.
Category: Learning to Code (Page 2 of 6)
Having managed to setup the site without barely passable knowledge of PHP, I was able to setup a site with a few basic functions. The website I was trying to setup, was to aggregate and publish RSS feeds from various sources. While that was easy enough, the next part wasn’t.
Setting up Drupal on a web host it very easy – and that was probably the easiest part of it. With the installation done, I went about setting up and configuring the site. The first parts of this process was easy enough. It did take a lot of Google searches, as indicated by my search history, but I did manage to get a lot done.
To save time (spoiler alert: I did), I decided to forgo using Git or having separate environments for my site. My thought process seemed to make sense – the site isn’t live, there is no data, and there are no users, what could go wrong?