How to change old php site into responsive site - responsive-design

Please let me know how to convert old php site - www.cnc4milling.com into a responsive web. Site using php and css
Your replies will be very appreciated
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There is no such thing as converting a site through a tool, or simple technique.
Seeing that site, it seems like you may only rewrite your HTML and CSS code. Try using CSS Flexbox or Twitter's Bootstrap to achieve responsiveness. There are more ways then those I speak of, each with it's own benefits. Study all of those for better understanding of your needs.
And good luck!

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Objective C get html page's links

I'm quite new in Objective C programming and I'm trying to make an application that returns all the link addresses in HTML page. In that case i shouldn't just parse the HTML, but get these links intercepting them from the page's network request.
Is it possible to intercept the application's network requests or something?
Thanks
Coincidentally, Ray Wenderlich's rather AWESOME iOS tutorial site posted this article in the last hour. As you are new to iOS/ObjC, I highly recommend reading it thoroughly.
Let’s say you want to find some information inside a web page and
display it in a custom way in your app.
This technique is called
“scraping.” Let’s also assume you’ve thought through alternatives to
scraping web pages from inside your app, and are pretty sure that’s
what you want to do.
Well then you get to the question – how can you
programmatically dig through the HTML and find the part you’re looking
for, in the most robust way possible? Believe it or not, regular
expressions won’t cut it!
And before you think Regular Expressions might really be an answer, please read this.

asp.net program affects result in search engine

Is there anything I can do while coding in Asp.net to make my website come on top in search engines for general keywords? (For example : cars...assuming that my site is wwww.joshautos123.com)
Thanks
This has nothing to do with ASP.NET Josh,
You need to start investigating SEO in general (Search Engine Optimization)
This is a pretty broad topic (more info here) covering everything from keywords, content, url formatting, and cross linking to lots of different sites/resources.
The best thing you can do if your only developing it (and not responsible for marketting)
is that you put together a well designed, clean, standards compliant site.
you can follow the search engine optimization guidlines for your header, images etc.
that the way you can acheive it.
Anyways, you can read this tutorial, it will help you.
for more, you can create a good master page with good meta tages. it will help you...
This sounds a bit "black hat" to me.
The most important aspect of SEO is content, So as long as you have lots of good, meaningful content relating to "cars" you stand a good chance.
Next up, you want lots of reliable sources to link to you with meaningful keywords in the links. And a whole bunch more SEO tricks
When making the ASP.NET application, you can make sure you facilitate SEO best practices, but at the end of the day, if your site is full of nonsens and people don't think it's worth linking to. Your'e not going to get very good rankings.
Most of the SEO enhancements can be done beside of asp.net.
so just add the right tags and words to the aspx file.
or for dynamic pages, generate them from the content.
but what you should have also in mind are 2 things:
first of all, run all of your system under one url. and all other ones should be redirected with 301 to it (e.g. redirect http://joshautos123.com to www.joshautos123.com with 301 redirect)
and do not use subdomains for different parts (that will split your search rank)
and second, you should use the asp.net mvc.
because one important part of seo is, that the right content (e.g. titles, real car names, etc) are in the URL.
rest was already said by the other answers....
Try visiting this website for a start Using Meta Tags with Master Pages in ASP.NET

Accessing HTML code with c# [closed]

I am currently working on a project where I want to manipulate a website with help of a a small program, preferably in c#. The idea is to go to facebook, xing etc. copy out all messages I received. I can then write an answer without having to open the website and navigating through it. Its more of a programming practice excercise then anything useful.
Now my question: I have programmed someting similar using cursor positions via VBA. As you can imagine, thats very fragile. I'd like to reference the HTML elements directly via their ID. I tried a macro addon (imacros), but that doesn't really meet my requirements. Do you guys have any good ideas?
Thanks ahead!
the websites you have mentioned all have some form of API - to which extend you will be able to utilise them , I do not know. (Facebook: https://developers.facebook.com/?locale=en_US )
Most modern websites will attempt to make it difficult for you to fiddle around with their products. Facebook, LinkedIn, XING, etc. all utilise security technology and source code parsing is no fun either.
I suggest you play around with:
HTMLAgility-pack : http://html-agility-pack.net/
I cannot post more links, because I have a low reputation level, but generally speaking : HttpClient, WebClient, HttpWebRequest, CookieContainer, Authentication.
Good luck.

Asp.net webparts or portlet like functionality

What is the best way to let other parties use your website as their own content using their own style ?
We have build a small website for a customer, asp.net, .net framework 3.0. Now the customer wants other parties to be aple to use our website in their own websites while maintaining the styling of the costumers website.
I have done nothing like this before and don't even know what to google, so any help is appriciated.
I know you can do this with sharepoint, but to use sharepoint for such a small site seems like a lot of overkill
it sounds that portlets is a good name for what they want. but googling portlets draws me in the world of java and doesn't give me a lot of info on what the other parties would have to do to make it work.
a simple Iframe would probably take me a long way, but how can you get the styling done within an Iframe
webparts also sound interesting , but they seem more for in project sharing then letting people use them in their own site.
It is a small website and the logic and backend communication is pretty good contained, so a complete rework of the frond-end is not a big problem.
Once again, any help is appreciated !
Omar Al Zabir has a book on how to build a Portal in ASP.NET- here is a link to his Website.
You might want to look at his Dropthings portal.
Yes, portlets are pretty much Java-only, despite any talk of standards.
If you can encapsulate your pages in web parts or user controls, that would make it easy to style them, and even to parameterize them: a web part can be configured.
You can use Kalitte Dynamic Dashboards for creating professional dashboards and portlets.
More information can be found at www.dynamicdashboards.net

CMS -WYSIWYG for dummies

So, I’m working on a project for my company that involves allowing users the ability to create their own web pages. So for example the real content managers that know what they are doing make all the mains pages. Then a user can make their own page describing what they do and share items with others. Now the catch is that these users have zero and I mean zero experiences with making web pages. The goal would be for me to make like 10 templates they can choose from and then they could drop and drag in the thing to make the webpage. I have looked at items like Ektron and other CMS systems, but the price is per user and our user’s number in the thousands. Short of making an entire custom CMS with an easy to user WYSIWYG editor, is there anything out there that could help? I know there are WYSIWYG editors, but I’m just trying to get some ideas.
Also, I have used DNN and though it can do everything, I think it’s too complicated for my group.
Thanks,
Jojo
How about a wiki? confluence is decent imo.
tinymce is great and easy to implement. Wordpress uses it.
How about OpenWYSIWYG... (Opensource :) ). I haven't try that but seems worth to check..
I am not sure that a Wiki is a solution for your scenario. But if you think so MediaWiki is another useful product.
TinyMCE is quite a good WYSIWYG editor, with an extensible plugin architecture.
Personally I'd avoid OpenWYSIWYG; the documentation is not great and it hasn't been updated in a while.
I'd suggest looking at the YUI Rich Text Editor
You are asking for a "massive websites factory". Not all the CMS have been designed for such business cases.
Note that your requirement is classic but not trivial. Personnalized websites of thousands of users is note without causing performances issues if not well managed (both in edit and browsing modes).
So you should focus at the CMS designed for such requirements and rather those designed for supporting heavy loads.
I can recommend Jahia (www.jahia.com, see the feature "my portal" http://www.jahia.com/jahia/Jahia/site/jahiacom/portal, pricing not based per user: http://www.jahia.com/jahia/Jahia/Home/products/Pricing/pid/594)
I agree that's certainly not the only one designed for webfactory (even if my favorite!) but you can have a look at the online demo and make your opinion.

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