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Website Design

hiring a agency VS a freelancer for your web development and online presence for your business [Video]

a mistake that I have watched hundreds of start up businesses make is that they are trying to take cheap routes by building the most essential part of their business. well, I am here to explain to you why you should be extra careful when making such decision and to let you know that a professional agency can also be very reasonable and affordable vs taking cheap routes and ending up spending a lot more money, time, and stress.consult with me today! 305-900-8278 or email me at skilleddigitalmedia@gmail.com I am happy to help!#webdevelopment #webdeveloper #digitalmarketing #businessowners #growth #success #businessopportunities #newbusiness #ecommerce #exposure #onlinepresence #onlinestore #online #onlinebusiness #webtraffic #sales

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Reviewing YOUR Junior Developer Portfolios… AGAIN! [Video]

Well looks like all you Junior Developers are trying to break into tech, and hopefully this series of videos can help point you in the right direction! Quite a few more developers requested to be in a subsequent video, and here are four that I thought were great examples of what is out there, and what can be done to improve your personal portfolio website.If you want to submit one or get feedback, connect with me over on LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaden-feddock/If you have any questions, as always, leave a comment on this video, I will respond personally to each and every comment on here! Have you ever been curious how to get into web development? Do you want your portfolio website to get better? Well then this Portfolio Review is for YOU!!Best of luck and keep on coding 🙂 Jaden——–Chapters:00:00 Intro00:25 Rohith Nambiar03:25 Chetan Khulage07:00 Arbaaz Sumar10:59 Joseph RobinsonLinks to Dev’s Websites:https://rohithnambiar.in/https://chetan-kk.github.io/ChetanK-Portfolio/http://www.arbaazsumar.com/https://papaya-hummingbird-845112.netlify.app/——–Hi, I’m JadenI’m a business owner (x2), tech enthusiast, and creator, I’m always looking to improve myself by learning, setting powerful goals, and working hard. When I’m not building these businesses or coding a fun app, I like to make videos here and write articles for my website! Enjoy!

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Website Design

Modern Web Development – Coding a Wellness App – Part 1 [Video]

Pair programming with a CTO and senior JVM master. In todays episode we live code the setup of a React App using Githubs new Codespaces a new way to get a development environment up and running fast all in the cloud! No need for complex local development tooling with each member of the team having different setups Codespaces give all your team exactly the same Dev environment in the browser within seconds! This is amazing powerful!Let us know what you think about Codespaces, what you are working on, what you’d like us to cover in future!Like, Subscribe, and hit the notification bell to be informed when we upload new videos.

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Ecommerce

Focus on Product, Experience, and Logistics with Noah Chaimberg – Honest Ecommerce Ep. 177 [Video]

Noah’s love of hot sauce began well before he founded HEATONIST. In fact, he’s loved spicy food for as long as he can remember. Growing up, Noah’s family joked that he got his love of spicy food from his mom’s mom. The family lived in Austin, Texas in the 50s and legend tells about a time his grandmother went to buy a garland of dried chilis for cooking. The grocer tried to talk her out of it, saying they were too hot for her, but she told him she knew what she was doing. He said if she ate one of the chilis right then and there, he’d pay for her whole basket of groceries. Groceries were on him that week! She and Noah are the only members of the family with red hair, and the only two to love spicy food. Coincidence, or connection? As he grew older, Noah found he enjoyed cooking after experimenting with his first grill. At 17, he interviewed for a job at an Outback Steakhouse that opened in town (South Burlington, Vermont). Most of his friends interviewing were made dishwashers or busboys, but somehow Noah was put on the line cooking. He loved the heat of it, and ended up working in kitchens for the next six years. While studying at Concordia University in Montreal, Noah had the chance to open his first food business: a breakfast and lunch counter inside of an MMA training facility. He named it Callaloo after the healthy Caribbean leafy green, and it was all about positive nutrition. It developed a real following with the trainers and their athlete clients. After graduating in 2007, Noah moved to New York City to get his business degree. After working in digital marketing for years, Noah began sharing his hot sauce passion with coworkers and friends, and the rest is history! He returned to his entrepreneurial and food-focused roots and launched the hot sauce tasting mobile in NYC in 2013 and opened the hot sauce tasting room in Brooklyn in 2015. Today, Noah splits time between Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Livingston Manor, NY, where he is working to establish the HEATONIST chili farm. Stay tuned for HEATONIST Catskills, coming soon! In This Conversation We Discuss: [00:00] Intro[02:07] Where the idea of Heatonist started[04:03] From a push cart to online, to brick and mortar[04:43] When Noah went full-time into hot sauces[05:42] How Noah got customers online[06:59] Moving into warehouses after initial success[07:51] The best investments to drive traffic[08:10] Focus on experience vs growth[08:41] Sourcing and producing hot sauces[09:29] Where the Heatonist name started[11:07] Hot sauce making is a great and loving community[11:48] Sponsor: Electric Eye https://electriceye.io/[12:08] Sponsor: Mesa https://apps.shopify.com/mesa[12:52] Sponsor: Gorgias https://gorgias.grsm.io/honest[14:18] Sponsor: BeProfit https://beprofit.co/[15:49] Sponsor: Klaviyo http://klaviyo.com/honest[16:37] How Hot Ones came into the picture[19:02] Learn to delegate early on[19:53] Logistics can be difficult[21:32] Why Heatonist stopped running their own warehouse[22:12] When should a founder move to a 3PL?[24:16] Partnering with the Shopify Fulfillment Network[24:55] Which hot sauce would Noah recommend?Resources:Subscribe to Honest Ecommerce on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/HonestEcommerce?sub_confirmation=1Purveyors of fine hot sauces, as featured on Hot Ones https://heatonist.com/Connect with Noah https://www.linkedin.com/in/noahchaimbergScale your business with https://electriceye.io/Download Mesa at the Shopify App Store https://apps.shopify.com/mesaLevel up your customer support https://gorgias.grsm.io/honestVisit https://beprofit.co/ and use code HONEST15 to get an exclusive 15% off any plan for the lifetime of your planGet started with a free account at http://klaviyo.com/honestIf you’re enjoying the show, we’d love it if you left Honest Ecommerce a review on Apple Podcasts. It makes a huge impact on the success of the podcast, and we love reading every one of your reviews!Review Link: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1447700156Honest Ecommerce is a weekly podcast, community & educational resource providing online store owners with honest, actionable advice to increase their sales and grow their business. Visit http://honestecommerce.co/ for more information.If you like our videos, consider subscribing & joining our FREE Facebook grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/honestecommerce/Or get all our content sent directly to your inbox by subscribing to our newsletter: https://honestecommerce.co/pages/subscribe

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Why You Shouldn’t Corrupt Your Email List with Kerrigan Behrens – Honest Ecommerce Ep. 176 [Video]

Kerrigan Behrens is the co-founder and co-CEO of consumer wellness brand Sagely Naturals. Most recently, Kerrigan guided her team through an acquisition by HempFusion, expanded the brands ingestible offerings with gummies, and launched a non-CBD infused product collection in Target under the Sagely Naturals umbrella. She and the brand have been featured in publications such as Forbes, Fortune, Glossy, Coveteur, Vogue, and Green Entrepreneur. Kerrigan has been at the helm of the brand since it launched in 2015, and has successfully galvanized and accelerated marketplace acceptance of CBD as a natural and effective alternative for the products you would already find in your medicine cabinet. Kerrigan lives in Los Angeles, which also serves as Sagely Naturals’ headquarters, with her husband and daughter.In This Conversation We Discuss: [00:00] Intro[01:07] Where the idea of Sagely Naturals came from[06:29] How Kerrigan processed their pivot[08:45] Sponsor: Electric Eye https://electriceye.io[09:05] Sponsor: Mesa https://apps.shopify.com/mesa[09:49] Sponsor: Gorgias https://gorgias.grsm.io/honest[11:15] Sponsor: Rewind https:/rewind.com/honestecommerce[11:46] Sponsor: Klaviyo http://klaviyo.com/honest[12:33] How to sell a new product in a new vertical[14:58] Doing non-scalable things at the start[15:26] Real-time feedback is very valuable[16:24] Difficulties of being in a “vice” category[20:26] Businesses that “help” cannabis brands[21:02] Rich digital media as sub for FB and Google[22:24] Sagely Natural’s email operation[24:27] Acquisition by HempFusion[26:51] Allocating budget for experiments[28:55] Where to find Sagely NaturalsResources:Subscribe to Honest Ecommerce on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/HonestEcommerce?sub_confirmation=1Scale your business with https://electriceye.io/Hemp-derived, broad spectrum CBD for wellbeing https://www.sagelynaturals.com/Connect with Kerrigan https://www.linkedin.com/in/kerriganhannaDownload Mesa at the Shopify App Store https://apps.shopify.com/mesaLevel up your customer support https://gorgias.grsm.io/honestRespond to any of Rewind’s welcome emails and mention HONEST ECOMMERCE to get 1 month free http://rewind.io/honestGet started with a free account at http://klaviyo.com/honestIf you’re enjoying the show, we’d love it if you left Honest Ecommerce a review on Apple Podcasts. It makes a huge impact on the success of the podcast, and we love reading every one of your reviews!Review Link: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1447700156Honest Ecommerce is a weekly podcast, community & educational resource providing online store owners with honest, actionable advice to increase their sales and grow their business. Visit http://honestecommerce.co/ for more information.If you like our videos, consider subscribing & joining our FREE Facebook grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/honestecommerce/Or get all our content sent directly to your inbox by subscribing to our newsletter: https://honestecommerce.co/pages/subscribe

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Ecommerce

How To Make a Ecommerce Website Image Slider With HTML & CSS | Easy Tutorial (2022) [Video]

How To Make a Ecommerce Website Image Slider With HTML CSS | Easy Tutorial (2022)The purpose of this video is to help new web developers and programmers upgrade their skills when building websites using HTML, CSS. It will give you a basic idea of how to create a image slider using pure HTML CSS. If you like this video do share & subscribe this channel so it can thrive ad help millions others.𝗦𝗢𝗨𝗥𝗖𝗘 𝗖𝗢𝗗𝗘PATREON – https://www.patreon.com/coderonduty(**FREE FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY**)𝗠𝗢𝗥𝗘 𝗔𝗪𝗘𝗦𝗢𝗠𝗘 𝗧𝗨𝗧𝗢𝗥𝗜𝗔𝗟𝗦𝗙𝗢𝗟𝗟𝗢𝗪 𝗠𝗘 𝗛𝗘𝗥𝗘YOUTUBE – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Juh3xpIcNUFB0VAx-32vg?sub_confirmation=1PATREON – https://www.patreon.com/coderonduty𝗧𝗔𝗚𝗦html ecommerce, ecommerce website design, how to make ecommerce website, html and css, image slider in html, product slider in html, product slider html css, responsive product slider, product card slider html css,html, css, web development tutorial, web development, web development for beginners, Coderonduty, eCommerce product slider HTML, HTML Tutorial, Slider HTML, product card Slider HTML CSS, product slider plugin, new website design HTML, image slider using html and css

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Full Stack Web Development Guide – Frontend & Backend Programming [Video]

In this video, Zua explains how to build a full-stack web application from scratch using NodeJS and HTML/CSS. This project utilizes the Express JS library along with the Axios HTTP library. It will encompass everything from backend routing to frontend API integration. This project will additionally be focusing on CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) functionality with our custom-made REST API. All in all, this full-stack application project aims to demonstrate how REST APIs are built and used, and how they are integral to the internet’s interconnectedness as a whole.Code: https://github.com/jevajs/Jeva/tree/master/Zua%20-%20Full-Stack%20Web%20ApplicationNodeJS: https://nodejs.orgPostman: https://www.postman.com/downloads/VSCode (Code Editor): https://code.visualstudio.com/downloadBootstrap Documentation: https://getbootstrap.com/docs/Timestamps:0:00 – Intro1:34 – Required Software(s)2:15 – Project Setup (dependencies, file structure, etc.)4:22 – Webserver Setup6:33 – Backend File Structure10:53 – Static File Serving12:38 – API Routing Setup16:17 – Middleware19:30 – Database Setup20:58 – Messages Router27:40 – Create Messages (POST)36:54 – Edit Messages (PUT)50:05 – Delete Messages (DELETE)55:02 – Get Messages (GET)59:21 – Author Router1:01:38 – Get Authors (GET)1:06:33 – Testing Backend API Webserver 1:15:31 – Backend Summary1:16:03 – Frontend/Client Setup1:17:09 – User-Interface Structure Setup (HTML w/ Bootstrap CSS)1:27:39 – API Wrapper1:39:12 – API Wrapper Testing1:46:03 – Utility Functions1:49:01 – Frontend (Client) Link to Backend (server) API 1:49:30 – Create Message through Frontend1:53:18 – Get Messages through Frontend2:03:08 – Bootstrap Card Component (Utility)2:10:45 – Get Specific Message through Frontend2:13:23 – Edit Message through Frontend2:17:02 – Delete Message through Frontend2:20:20 – Debugging Issues2:21:55 – Application Testing2:32:00 – Closing RemarksNeed help? Join the discord – https://discord.com/invite/PAaZ86dSubscribe for more!Patreon: https://patreon.com/jevajsTwitter: https://twitter.com/jevajsGitHub: https://github.com/jevajsExtra Notes:• Some concepts (like query parameters or path parameters) were somewhat glossed over and I apologize for that. Please shoot me an email or message anywhere if you have any questions about this project, or reasons for the design choices I made for this application.• Many questionable system-design choices were made in the planning of this project for the sake of simplicity and digestibility.• Under the context of user-generated content, I refer to messages and posts interchangeably. • Part two of this series will feature React.js in its entirety, MongoDB (NoSQL), and proper middleware implementation & authentication.

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Wix

Securing your Site: Working with Custom Content Collections and the Wix Data API [Video]

Creating a data driven site opens you up to security risks and government regulations. Understanding PII compliance, ensuring malicious users cannot access your data, and checking for code vulnerabilities are crucial to building a secure site. Let’s build a comments app for Wix Members that only allows members to add comments but all visitors can read them. Learn some security features Wix Data provides out of the box, the different types of permissions levels on your Content Collections, and how to make your Velo functions and Wix UI elements connected to data more secure. With Velo, you can rapidly build, manage and deploy professional web apps. Drag and drop to create your UI, and add custom functionality using JavaScript code and Wix APIs in the IDE. You can integrate third-party services, create dynamic, data-driven sites and more.Related LinksLearn more about Security Best Practices: https://support.wix.com/en/article/velo-security-best-practicesLearn more about the Wix Data API: https://www.wix.com/velo/reference/wix-data/introductionLearn more about Velo: https://www.wix.com/velo