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So I am developing a website for college students to share there code online and discuss it with other members of the website (Similar to stack overflow or even reddit).

Can anyone tell me how to integrate an online editor to my react script. I have a create a post form which opens a text field. You know like here in reddit we have an Inline code snippet button on top of the form which automatically indents the selected text into a code.

What do I use to achieve the similar results. Someone suggested me WYSWYG (or something like that). It seems a bit complicated. Isn't there any API or something ?

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Hey guys i often user vuetify / materalize for my projects since it gives me a fresh website.However a mate of mine said it hinders your progress (working from vanilla css is better in the long run). I am an intermediate front end programmer and am wondering what you guys think.

Cheerio.

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There are countless "free" privacy policy generators yet each one has a little hook it seems to suddenly run the tab up. Do you know of any that are truly free? Or, do you know of a boilerplate that I can simply edit?

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Was the style just different back then? Or if we took a well designed website from today lets say, stripe.com, and we time-travelled it back to the 90's or early 00's what would the public conception of it be?

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY ANSWERS FOR THIS MADNESS??

jk, I'm a little high right now, but I think it's a super interesting question regardless.

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So I want to get my own website up and running to teach my self about front end/back end/security/how the website/server communicates with users who request said website via the internet.

Does anyone know how to do the basics of this and are there free domains? I heard GitHub has a free way to do this years ago?

I also think it would be cool to also understand things like an IPtrace to see what IP addresses connect to the website.

Anyone have any recommendations and apologies for maybe not using the correct terminology.

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If you're willing to share, what type of traffic and client work did it bring you? TIA!

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Hey guys, long time lurker, and avid site builder and designer for recreation/own ideas.

I've finally decided I think web design and site building is something I could pursue as a small side hustle, and while I'm proficient in design and from-scratch sites, I don't understand how to "sell" a local business a site/design.

I actually like designing and building the sites myself, so I don't just wanna sell a template, especially to a business that may not be adept at adapting it into their existent or non-existent site. So that begs the question how do I sell a whole site to someone? Do I host it and pay monthly? Do I purchase the hosting and offload the cost onto them?

Anyone who has done something like this before I'd like to know your input. Thanks!

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