Recently we released our advertising plugin. This is an advertising plugin for Discourse and is officially endorsed by the Discourse team. If you want to install it on your Discourse forum, go here: https://github.com/team-melbourne-rgsoc2015/discourse-adplugin
Why isn't my markdown going onto a new line. I want to put text on a new line in markdown without p tags
Here’s a little tip on how to put text on a new line (without p tags or spacing between the lines).
If you’re not on your computer and and what to see how your html elements that use bootstrap look like when you can access local host, you can use this: Bootply.
Google DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) Small Business is a free ad management solution that helps growing publishers sell, schedule, deliver, and measure all of their digital ad inventory.
This post aims to show you how to extend the functionality for a model or controller in a plugin. A plugin hooks into the core code to deliver to users some kind of functionality e.g. displaying ads. This post will be useful if you have an Ember App, or a Rails App using Ember as the front end.
It’s been awhile since my last update. Today, I would like to briefly share with everyone 3 possibly interesting stuff discovered in the last 2 weeks:
This will be a quick post… In a nutshell, we created an adsense plugin and used constants when we should have used variables. Variables have to be stored in some kind of memory, whereas constants are set. The compiler works quickly with constants whereas, it’s has to process the variables. So rule is, use constants where things don’t change and use variables when things change. I know it’s obvious… but anyway…
It’s been a while since I blogged, mainly because Sarah & I have been busy working on the advertising plugin for discourse. Today, we also did a presentation to Redbubble.com (our coaching company) to explain what we’re working on. Meanwhile, Redbubble has some fantastic and unique stuff you can get for yourself or someone special - highly recommend (but then I’m biased). You should though at least check it out.
Here’s one week’s worth of backlog for this lovely space!
I’ve been meaning to blog about this for awhile now. Let’s take a look at some random and possibly cool things I’ve discovered lately:
Sarah: I will spend tomorrow elaborating more on my work today. There are many questions to ask the coaches regarding my deconstruction of the adsense.js.es6 file.
Sarah: I’m once again very thankful towards Redbubble for providing us a proper workspace. The Macbook is coming in very handy. The disk is relatively uncluttered, which leaves much room for us to download and install the programs, dependencies, applications and gems we need.
Vi: Today, again, was a cold and rainy day. Sarah is off to yoga now and I’m on a new diet. Have lost a few kilos being in Japan for the last few weeks and I like it, but being in Melbourne and especially in Redbubble is very tempting. There are cupcakes, biscuits and heaps of food. Today was a good day, I only ate one cupcake. Will continue trying my best to avoid eating all 4 cupcakes in one day. Redbubble is the company that keeps on giving, aside for providing us with an awesome place to work from, they provide breakfast and lunch. Actually… they should be on BRW’s Best Workplaces. A nomination is in order… Ok, now that the scene is set… let’s go through what happened today in dottish point form.
A few days ago, I noticed in my Google Adsense dashboard that the health of my site had gone down mainly due to its speed. It was previously at 4/5 and had gone down to 3/5. As Google now ranks page speed, that is, how fast your website appears to people as a search ranking factor, I decided to fix it.
Edited 31 May 2015 for grammar, spelling, relevance and reliability.