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1 - manipulating HTML and CSS - You'll want to build a website that responds to what your users do, but furthermore, in order to submit a blog post without sending your user (or you if this is purely personal) to some backend script page you'll need to get the the text and other relevant information stored in variables.
var blogPost = document.getElementById('htmlIdOfTextSubmitArea').value;
2 - Sending data to the server, and gettinga response without reloading the page (ajax). This is an absolute must for a web developer and as consumers of content on the web, we expect that the page brings us data without reloading. Look into jQuery's $.ajax() method for a good starting point
Example blog writing (Insurance company Blog)
Never, ever write about insurance products. For one thing, it seems like advertising. For another, it’s against the rules. But you can write about everything else on your insurance blog. Remember the Fortune 500 insurance company I previously mentioned? Its agents and marketing department write about things that insurance might affect — without ever discussing insurance products themselves.
Most of your customers probably have families so write about back-to-school topics in August. Share information on your community’s various events. (One agent used to post the week’s school lunch menus on his Facebook page.) Write about weddings in the spring, heading to college in the fall, driving cars in the winter and teenagers learning to drive.
Your customers own businesses and have jobs so write about small business financing, business networking, disaster preparedness and redundancies, family vacations and family budgeting tips.
They rent or own homes so write about house fire prevention, accident prevention, natural disaster preparedness, lawn maintenance and gardening tips.
The point is, your insurance blog is where you’ll prove your value to them. This is where you’ll show they can trust you. And this is where you’ll demonstrate that you’re the expert they need to turn to when they want to protect their families, their businesses and their homes
The Laravel framework has a few system requirements. Of course, all of these requirements are satisfied by the Laravel Homestead virtual machine, so it's highly recommended that you use Homestead as your local Laravel development environment.
However, if you are not using Homestead, you will need to make sure your server meets the following requirements:
Laravel utilizes Composer to manage its dependencies. So, before using Laravel, make sure you have Composer installed on your machine.
First, download the Laravel installer using Composer:
composer global require "laravel/installer"
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