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  • Including the parentNode default skin in your website as a git subtree

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    To use the parentNode default skin, you can include it in your project as a git subtree.

  • Installing the web stack on an Ubuntu client

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    This will guide you through installing the parentNode web stack on an Ubuntu 18.04 client. The full stack includes Apache 2.4, PHP 7.2, MariaDB 10.2, Redis, Imagick and optionally FFmpeg for JIT video and audio conversion and wkhtmltopdf for PDF generation.

  • Enable a site

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    Let's say you just cloned or downloaded a parentNode project to you local computer, and now you want to see it in your browser. That is what Enabling a site is all about. It means, that you'll make the Apache HTTP server aware of you local code, so it can serve it through your browser on a specific domain, typically only accessible on your local computer.

  • Segment market share statistics, December 2017

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    Desktop browsers are still – but only barely – the most common way of browsing the web, representing approximately 49% of page visits (vs. 60% back in June 2015). Mobile browser numbers are still climbing and mobile/smartphones now represent approximately 46% of the total page visits (up from 35% in 2015), while tablets is stable on about 5%.

  • The Chrome Browser

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    In 2008 Google released the first version of Google Chrome based on Apples WebKit engine. The browser was a remarkable improvement for Windows users which didn't have access to a WebKit browser yet. Since then the WebKit based browsers have become a dominant player on both desktop and mobile devices. In 2013 Chrome switched to a WebKit fork named Blink to allow more freedom for the Chrome development.