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Let’s go ahead and setup our http-server, for this we will be using http-server npm package to help us with this, this is useful for static sites where we do not want to setup a node server manually.
This will ensure we only have two themes, The default dark and default light theme. One more plugin that we will use is the tailwind typography plugin, this will automatically add styles to certain elements such as p tags, heading tags, code tags etc. Read more about it here.
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Next up is Daisy UI, kill all the services running in the terminals and let’s go ahead and install it: npm i daisyui open up your tailwind.config.js file and inside the plugins array add the following, require("daisyui") next open you index.html and add the following under the heading, Button
Opened my angular project after a week to find it like that? (All the stuff i built doesn't appear anymore). Any Idea why ? (Note: in the extensions the "Angular Language Service" seems to have had an update). Opening from Chrome shows the html but not the rest of the code.
1 project | reddit.com/r/angular | 1 Mar 2023
When they run the http-server command in the codespace, is it an alias in the .bashrc file that executes something along the lines of 'sudo systemctl start apache2' after they configured the apache2 server? Or is there a much simpler aproach that I didn't take into consideration?
1 project | reddit.com/r/cs50 | 8 Feb 2023
Access variables from one file to another
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1 project | reddit.com/r/programmation | 29 Jan 2023
Need help with links when deploying local vs. remote
1 project | reddit.com/r/webdev | 12 Dec 2022