How to use Let's Encrypt to create an SSL certificate for your site on Digital Ocean when your server has more than one vhost and the automated script fails to make changes on your host files.
Some people claim that HTML is responsive by default, and we as designers make the concious decision to change this, by using fixed containers. I'd argue that HTML is not responsive by default, it is mostly fluid, but fluid doesn't mean responsive. Here's a file that aims to prove unstyled HTML is not responsive.
I've been using a great plugin called Dots to get a photo feed from Flickr, but for a while now I've been wanting to switch to 500px. So I decided to get my hands dirty, read the documentation and make my own plugin, so here is what I came up with.
Not to get obssessed with it, but the W3C Validator is a great way to find small errors like mispelled attribute names, bad nested or unclosed tags or even wrong format on dates, even though many times they don't seem to bring any obvious problems, is good to keep your code clean.
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