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  1. Welcome to the boards!
  2. This is a simple WooCommerce Request a Quote plugin that allows you to create a page, drop in a shortcode and allow users to Request a Quote on your store's products. The user can quickly enter in their contact information, search for the products they'd like to add and then submit the Quote Request. When the user submits the form it sends the site admin an email with all of the details so that they can reply back with a formal quote. It's a very simplified plugin that can generate more leads for your business. Install the plugin, activate it then create the page within WordPress that you would like to use for the Request a Quote page. Here is the shortcode to add to the page that will generate the Request a Quote form and functionality. [woosearch_quote] The current functionality allows the user to do the following: Add Name Add Email Add Phone Number Search for products from the store Click to add the product to the quote Clicking add again increases the quantity Clicking the "x" removes the product If the quantity is greater than 1, clicking the "x" will decrease the quantity of that product by 1 Download on WordPress.org!
  3. For finding employment jobs I haven't had much luck. I may not be using it right though at the time. Since for finding new leads or researching people it's been great. I'm a premium member from time to time as needed for sending inmails and such.
  4. Ability to flag a topic as "Do not count". Ability to flag a post as "Do not count".
  5. I saw the same thing, never used it, but seemed like something really big to kill off like that. Read into it just out of curiosity and sounded like it was just losing money and couldn't figure out how to monetize it in any way that made sense. Now Instagram has the same loop feature.
  6. I didn't ever see the point in it, just something else to maintain. I heard years ago it was a project that was going to be closed down, but it's still up... A lot of SEO tools also say "You're missing a Google +" page which I ignore, but maybe there's a trick to that.
  7. I don't think we have a thread on this yet, and if so it's an old one. Post your computer build/setup here. Here's a quick template to copy/paste feel free to add other fields. CPU: Memory: Motherboard: Power Supply: Video Card: Hard Drive: Cooling: Fans: Case: Operating System: I built this back in January/February, really impressed by it so far. CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake 6 Core 3.7Ghz (4.7 Ghz Turbo) LGA 1151 Memory: Corsair Vengeance :PX 32GB (4x8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM 3200 Motherboard: ASUS ROG Strix Z370-E Gaming LGA 1151 (300 Series) Power Supply: Corsair RMx Series RM850X 80 Plus Gold Fully Modular Video Card: MSI 1080 6GB Hard Drive: Samsung 960 EVO M.2 500GB PCI-Express 3.0 SSD Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series H150i PRO RGB Fans: 6 x Corsair ML120 PRO LED 120mm Case: Thermaltake View 71 RGB Modular E-ATX Full Tower Operating System: Windows 10 Pro And some pictures of when it arrived and during the build: And then some of my old vs new mouse pad Old was like 10 years old, it was looking rough.
  8. At first I really really enjoyed The Last Jedi. I think just because it was something new to watch that was Star Wars, but the more I've watched it I'm really disappointed. It's like they rushed it along, no reason to kill of Luke...
  9. Same now, I use Google Apps for everything.
  10. Nathan

    Fortnite

    I haven't figured out the Battle Passes yet or what they do, any insight? I've played PVP some, but really enjoying the progression in PVE.
  11. Nathan

    Fortnite

    No, I meant for Fortnite. I added it as a prize option for April's Posting Contest.
  12. Nathan

    Far Cry 5

    I used to be a fan when it first came out but #3 kinda turned me off. Haven't even checked out #5, you've already got me hooked on Fortnite
  13. No it's just one, but a few more prizes, rules and updates included for fun.
  14. The user that accumulates the most points from now until the end of April 2018 will have the choice of the below prizes. The winner will be the member that earns the most points, detail below. As we continue to grow so will the prize funds, so keep checking back! You must post in this thread to join the contest. StartDate: 04-01-2018 EndDate: 05-01-2018 @ 12AM CST Rules: 1. You can accumulate points by the following: New Topics New Posts 2. Spam or junk threads/posts will not count towards your points so make sure what you post is quality! 3. The Developer Dump, and Welcome Area will not count towards post counts. 4. Any topics that allow for chain posting must not be abused. 5. Likes, Reactions, Thanks will not be counted toward points. 6. Don't worry, site admins and moderators are not participating in the contest 7. We reserve the right to modify these rules anytime during the contest if we deem a action or method as cheating or abusing any of our rules. 8. The general forum rules also apply to this contest. Prize Options: 1. Domain The free domain is up to $15.00 cost. (You can get a .com/.net/ect... for this price) The domain will be purchased for 1 year. Godaddy only, we will purchase then transfer to your Godaddy account. 2. Advertising Free 30 Day Text Link in Footer Follow Link 3. Web Hosting Free 30 Days of Hosting on our servers 5GB Hard Drive Space Hosting is on a multi processor enterprise server with free wildcard SSL Certificate No porn or anything illegal 4. Cash If none of the above interests you can take the cash option for $15 via PayPal 5. Logo Creation Get your logo designed with at least 3 options to choose from You can make revisions to the chosen logo twice then the design is final 6. Standard Edition of Fortnite That's right the $40 standard edition Fortnite *Domain of your choice based on availability and price. *Minimum 50 posts or threads to qualify. Check your standings in real-time here!
  15. Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it. I was out of town the past week and still catching up or it would have been addressed sooner. The contest and board rules will be updated for April's contest per my notes.
  16. Hello All, thanks for the patience. I was out of town last week for work and returned over the weekend. I'm catching up on my backlogs of emails. I'm finding out now that I'll need to add some additional rules on these contests as there are some loopholes I need to close. As for this contest I'm leaving items as they were at the beginning to be fair. I did flag them off to see the scores to decide if I was going to honor it even though I can clearly see from IP Addresses those who created fake accounts and up-voted their own content. Very disappointing but again my own fault for not putting that in the rules, assumed that was common sense. Lesson learned. But like I said for this one due to my lack of rules in this area the winner is @Kakashi2020 Prize money sent.
  17. I'd think compared to other categories this is rather small and only a threat to their base business model so why not get rid of it?
  18. Nathan

    Fortnite

    You don't have a paid account atm?
  19. Nathan

    Fortnite

    I like the PVP side as well, but really getting into the PVE side of things, finally starting to get challenging around level 15 or so. I purchased the top tier founders pack It came with 2 of the lower tier gaming packages. I'm thinking I may add those in next months giveaways for the prizes...if any interest.
  20. Yeah I just can't get into it like I used to, back in my high school/college days I'd play it 10 hours a day haha. Now in the past few years I'd open it up, play a map, and already be bored. Guess I grew out of it or bored with it as the gameplay really hasn't changed...
  21. Nathan

    Fortnite

    @JayRob2212 - So after watching the YouTube video I decided to try it out, really having fun in the PVE areas here on the weekends thanks a lot
  22. We’re working on a new project in Laravel 5.6 and along the way plan on providing tutorials for several of the Laravel functions and guides. Even a simple Laravel install can seem daunting to someone new on the scene with Composer, Migrations, etc….but using Laravel speeds up the development process and helps you build a really clean and efficient web application. First we’re running on CentOS 7 64-bit with an Apache – PHP 7.1 and PHP-FPM enabled on the account. For setting the path really only the operating system is relevant, but pointing it out in all our tutorials as we work from SSH. So you’re reading the documentation on how to install Laravel. Right from the start you’ll notice there isn’t a direct download of the files on their installation documentation any longer. They want you to use Composer and it does make things really easy. We’ll assume you don’t have Composer installed on your system yet. Installing Composer Pull up an SSH window, we use Putty. Login as root or su – to root so that you can install Composer. Now go ahead and run this command to download the composer.phar file. wget https://getcomposer.org/composer.phar This downloads the latest release of Composer onto your system. Now at this point it’s only setup to run in your local environment/folder. Chances are once you use Composer you’ll adopt it in other projects as well. So let’s set it up to work globally/server-wide, it’s only one more command. mv composer.phar /usr/local/bin/composer This will move the composer.phar file you just downloaded over to the above directory for global use. Next let’s setup laravel/installer globally. composer global require "laravel/installer" Make sure to place the composer’s systemwide vendor bin directory in your $PATH so the Laravel executable can be located by your system. If you’re having trouble with this you can follow our guide on How To Set a Systemwide $PATH for Composer and Laravel. Now the hard part is done and we’re ready to install Laravel. We don’t want the files owned by root, but by the user who will be developing the application. We’ve already setup an account for them so we’ll jump over now. su - newappuser Now we’re in the /home/newappuser/ directory, we’ll go one folder deeper. cd public_html Installing Laravel We’re already in the folder where we want to install Laravel, so go ahead and type the following to setup and install your new Laravel project. Keep in mind “blog” from the command below can be swapped out with any name you want to call your new project. laravel new blog The command will run for a few seconds/minutes depending on your server hardware, once completed run a directory listing “ls” in SSH and you will see the newly created folder (named as the above) “blog”. You’re all set now, just browse to domain.com/blog/public and you will see the Laravel splash page. You may have noticed that in the URL we’re navigating to the /public folder which is where Laravel serves it’s site. You can update your document root or setup htaccess rules so that you can browse to domain.com/blog and see the website. We’ve written a guide on How to Setup an .htaccess file for redirecting to Laravel’s Public Folder. Leave any questions down below in the comments and we’ll be happy to answer or create new tutorials.
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