WiiMod Update Thread
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Wiimod.com

Basically what the Title says.

I don't want to be annoying/rack up post count, so I'm only going to post here on days that I make major changes/before I go to bed. 

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#2
^I don't mind somebody 'racking up count' as long as it isn't pure spam. The make it to 1000 thread has speicific rules or else we would get to 1000 posts within the hour (lol).

But feel free to make various posts/threads. Considering this subforum is for general discussion, your options for making threads here are limitless. Music, sports, cars, etc etc
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#3
March 18th 2018, Update #1, Notes: General site layout was made. Time Trial Codes/WL Codes paged is finished for the time being. Went from having nothing on the site to having something useful up. Smile
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#4
On your site, you should use this slow motion code HERE instead
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#5
I would recommend using some JavaScript / Document Object Model to add / remove sections when clicked on rather than having individual web pages for each.
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#6
@zak: I'll add that version of slow mo soon, learning about DOM atm.

@Star: So, as I understand it, DOM simply accesses all of the Nodes attached to a specific html document, which by extension is attached to an external css doc. So you're suggesting that I create a JavaScript document, and attach it to all directories on my site, then simply change what is specifically different on each page? Am I right or no?

Also, the only benefits I can see from this is: less storage usage/simplicity?

March 20th 2018, Update #2, Notes: Fixed Spelling/Grammatical Mistakes. Changed the Slow-Mo code in the TT section. Added codes to the discrete codes section. Added information to the Item Probability Section
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#7
Don't worry about Java. Stick to HTML/CSS. Just be sure your stuff is 100% HTML5 compliant. Most ppl who make websites try to add so much fancy shit, they forget compliance (with the simple boring shit) is more important. Go to a site like w3schools to learn all the ins and ends of proper HTML/CSS coding.

Also, what http software are you using?
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#8
(03-20-2018, 08:21 PM)zak Wrote: Don't worry about Java. Stick to HTML/CSS. Just be sure your stuff is 100% HTML5 compliant. Most ppl who make websites try to add so much fancy shit, they forget compliance (with the simple boring shit) is more important. Go to a site like w3schools to learn all the ins and ends of proper HTML/CSS coding.

Also, what http software are you using?

I'm trying to keep the site as simple as possible. I've done a a lot of sites with HTML/CSS, and sort of understand Java, but haven't actually taken the time to learn it. 

w3schools is my go to already Smile.

http software: I'm honestly not sure what that is. I just use notepad++/adobe Dreamweaver for development, then upload with FileZilla (still learning about VPS before transitioning).  
For offline view, I just open the html doc in chrome.

What is http software/any suggestions?
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#9
Nevermind I forget about the FTP ordeal (lol). You're using whatever http software your host is using.

Http software is the deamon that hosts your html content (look up Apache, Nginx, Lighttpd etc)
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#10
Anything new with the site? you should also add a link to the site on your first post
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