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Weekly Platform News: Upgrading Navigations to HTTPS, Sale of .org Domains, New Browser Engine

In this week’s roundup: DuckDuckGo gets smarter encryption, a fight over the sale of dot org domains, and a new browser engine is in the works.

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Using Your Domain with a Netlify-Hosted Site

Netlify has their own docs for Custom Domains, so if you’re looking for horse’s mouth technical docs on this stuff, that should be treated as the source of truth. But I’d like to take a crack at it from a slightly different angle, where we look at where you are and what you wanna do, and the point you in the right direction.… Read article “Using Your Domain with a Netlify-Hosted Site”

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A Beginner’s Journey to Launching a Website

In September 2018, I was just a few months into my journey of learning web development. As I’m sure is the case with many new developers, it was a big task for me to learn not only the basic skills required, but also keeping current with the fast-moving industry. Just as I was getting to the level where it felt as though I could build a simple website, I started to realize that it was only the first step.

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Helping a Beginner Understand Getting a Website Live

I got a great email from a fellow named Josh Long the other day. He is, in his words, “relatively new to web design” and was a bit stuck on the concept of getting a site live. I should say that I’m happy to get emails like this an I always read them, but I typically can’t offer tech support over email. If I can respond at all, I normally point people to other community resources.

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