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I like it. It's clean and sharp and the nav bar is ever present, which isn't always the case.
Is the contact button unfinished? If not maybe reconsider the pop up asking how you'd like to open this. Personally how easily accessible a website makes it to contact them can be a deal breaker for me. If you go with a contact form to fill in with enquiries/comments I'd also leave your contact email easily visible too. Again it's a personal preference but I prefer to copy an email address and send from my own email account as forms usually leave no trace of when a message was sent leaving you to guess how you worded things and what you asked.
For me the?sentence: "I am fundamentally tech agnostic--I do not believe in a "superior tech" or coding language, but will pair each project to it's optimal framework." is the best part of the whole website. Right away you're making it clear that you're open minded to using what ever is required to do the best job possible for the client.?And if I was a client who had never used a developer before it would make me?feel a little bit more at ease that I wasn't going to be over whelmed in jargon (with this in mind I might rethink "optimal framework" for something less opaque) and that my opinions might be listened to.??
Hope this helps.
You need to add the?identifier?attributes to your form elements?so your PHP code can capture?the form data people enter.
PHP needs the ID attribute for each form element that captures info. Please refer to the PHP course.?
Since mLab and heroku do't work together anymore, I have been having excessive difficulty in learning the new procedures of deploying web applications. It has been this one obstacle that has prevented me from being able to focus mainly on the coding and more so on how to get deploying webapps to a free hosting platform so then I can have example projects inserted on a rebuilt portfolio|personal site. So that I would have showcase examples for employers and as well as clients for freelancing.
My issue with deployment t this time is that when following the steps in the documentation for migrating to using atlas over mLab, the app loads on deployment, HOWEVER:: the api/auth endpoints return a 401 in the heroku logs --tail printout in the console; where on the client I get a redux error for AUTH_ERROR. When I try to test registering I get a REGISTER_FAIL, since the auth routes do not connect. even tho I set my proxy in the client/package.json to the heroku provided url.
It's not even that this app is the one-all-be-all: the point of the matter is that I would like to understand what it is I am not doing correctly, or missing in the deployment process, given these new changes to heroku.
I would highly appreciate clarity to a finite solution. Because everywhere I look online, I keep getting referred to AWS buckets, however I'm certain that's just advertising funnels. And I am not bashing AWS. I just wanted to know how to deploy without AWS, because to go the AWS route that would mean learning how to use AWS interface within itself, which there are jobs in just being able to understand the interface within itself. Same for being referred to just settling with firebase. Which again I don't intend to bash these company solutions. To me it is important to understand how to deploy with the standard methods out there, so then working with those tools will be efficient with understanding the regular bare bones way of deploying, so with that mindset, using those tools would be like flying a rocket in a metaphorical sense (lol).