makeabilitylabwebsite | The Makeability Lab website | Web Site library

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makeabilitylabwebsite is a Python library typically used in Web Site applications. makeabilitylabwebsite has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

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              makeabilitylabwebsite has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 7 star(s) with 88 fork(s). There are 9 watchers for this library.
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              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 98 open issues and 601 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 457 days. There are 5 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of makeabilitylabwebsite is 0.3.2

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              makeabilitylabwebsite has no bugs reported.

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              makeabilitylabwebsite has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              makeabilitylabwebsite is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              makeabilitylabwebsite releases are available to install and integrate.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.

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            kandi has reviewed makeabilitylabwebsite and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into makeabilitylabwebsite implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Returns a list of people
            • Gets the full name of the user
            • Return the latest position in the position set
            • Get the earliest position in the given role
            • Displays a project
            • Return the current title index
            • Return the title index
            • Return current status index
            • Gets the most recent artifact date
            • Returns the most recent artifact type
            • Returns the number of members in the project
            • Returns True if the staff member is member of the team
            • Auto - generate a thumbnail for publication
            • Get the end date of the project
            • Print all news items
            • Returns the list of speakers
            • Choose a list of banners
            • Return a queryset of the current person
            • Return a BibTeX block as a string
            • Returns a dict of the projects of the labelling
            • Updates the pdf file name publication
            • View for a given member
            • Filter the queryset
            • Updates the pdf file name for the given forum
            • Updates the pdf_file poster
            • Returns the citation string
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            makeabilitylabwebsite Key Features

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            makeabilitylabwebsite Examples and Code Snippets

            Troubleshooting,Cannot start service website: OCI runtime create failed
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            jonfroehlich@jonfhome:~/git/makeabilitylabwebsite$ docker-compose up
            makeabilitylabwebsite_db_1 is up-to-date
            Starting makeabilitylabwebsite_website_1 ... error
            
            ERROR: for makeabilitylabwebsite_website_1  Cannot start service website: OCI runtime cr  
            Sample setup:
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            git clone https://github.com/jonfroehlich/makeabilitylabwebsite.git
            cd makeabilitylabwebsite/
            docker build . -t makelab_image
            docker-compose up
            
            docker exec -it makeabilitylabwebsite_website_1 bash
            python manage.py createsuperuser
            exit
              
            Deploying Code to UW Servers
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            git tag 
            git push --tags
              

            Community Discussions

            QUESTION

            Create new color scheme for dark-light mode in bootstrap sass
            Asked 2022-Jan-16 at 19:50

            I want to create dark mode for a web site which use bootstrap. I have to add new root class which includes all boostrap colors. Here is my colors.scss:

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Aug-07 at 20:32

            As explained here, there's no way to attach a class to :root. However, you don't need this to achieve what you want.

            Simply make a dark class then you can add that as desired to the html or body tag.

            Make all the needed theme color changes inside .dark{}, and then @import "bootstrap". When .dark doesn't exist on the body, the theme colors will return to Bootstrap defaults.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68667437

            QUESTION

            The "(optional)" marker in cppreference.com documentation
            Asked 2022-Jan-04 at 14:27

            Last week, I had a discussion with a colleague in understanding the documentation of C++ features on cppreference.com. We had a look at the documentation of the parameter packs, in particular the meaning of the (optional) marker:

            (Another example can be found here.)

            I thought it means that this part of the syntax is optional. Meaning I can omit this part in the syntax, but it is always required to be supported by the compiler to comply with the C++ standard. But he stated that it means that it is optional in the standard and that a compiler does not need to support this feature to comply to the standard. Which is it? Both of these explanations make sense to me.

            I couldn't find any kind of explanation on the cppreference web site. I also tried to google it but always landed at std::optional...

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Aug-21 at 20:22

            It means that particular token is optional. For instance both these declarations work:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68876460

            QUESTION

            Why does this footer element just disappear when it has fixed positioning?
            Asked 2022-Jan-02 at 08:12

            I'm experimenting with CSS in a codecademy project, and I noticed that when I set a footer to have fixed positioning (with no left/right/top/bottom properties set), it just disappears. I would expect it to just shrink the way it does with absolute positioning, but it doesn't. Without fixed positioning the footer is there where it should be, but with it, it's gone. Why is it behaving this way?

            The footer in question is selected in the CSS in the footer ruleset.

            Here's the codepen: https://codepen.io/megas4ever/pen/ExwEEzv

            And here's the full code:

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2022-Jan-02 at 04:55

            Well, you've kind of hinted at the problem yourself already.

            I noticed that when I set a footer to have fixed positioning (with no left/right/top/bottom properties set), it just disappears.

            Just because you haven't provided left/right/top/bottom properties, doesn't mean they are not in effect.

            In this case, the default values (which most likely reflect the effective top/left values with the default position: static) are just not ideal.

            Since the footer takes up the full width of the screen, the left value likely defaults to 0; this is fine and that's not the source of the problem. But, since the footer is located on the bottom of your site, its auto/default top value max well be like 2000px -> you have to scroll down to even be able to see it.

            Once you enabled fixed positioning, and didn't provide any top value yourself, that number would still be top: 2000px. And since it's now fixed in place, scrolling has no effect on it, which means its permanently located outside of your viewport. If your browser window was to be >2000px high, you would be able to see it, just hovering along by itself way below the rest of the site.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70553619

            QUESTION

            How to store text of tag "a" of a div in an arrray
            Asked 2021-Dec-24 at 16:07

            I'm working on API, which extracts data from a web site. and the website is like - >

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            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Dec-24 at 11:07

            You can create an object and then populate it with an each

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70471234

            QUESTION

            Is there any way we can use flex instead of float to keep the boxes right and left in between the content?
            Asked 2021-Dec-08 at 08:53

            I want to create a UI something like this example image by using flex and without negative margin -

            The challenge is that I have used float and negative margin to create the same layout. But I don't want to use a negative value to set the green div outside the content. Also, I have used the float to keep the contents around the green boxes. But I want to use flex instead of float.

            So, to summarize my question - Create a reference layout that will not use any float or negative value to align the boxes in green.

            I have added the code snapshot here to take a look at my HTML and CSS.

            Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in Advance.

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Dec-08 at 08:42

            No.

            Flexbox is for laying boxes out in a row or column.

            Float is for making text wrap around boxes.

            You need float for this.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70271819

            QUESTION

            Error 400: redirect_uri_mismatch trying to access Google Drive
            Asked 2021-Nov-29 at 16:21

            I know there are a ton of questions like this already, but none of the answers have helped me. I've listed all the suggested points at the end, please read there to see if I've missed anything.

            I'm using the Google Drive C# API, and have a web site (Blazor, .NET5 in case it makes any difference) that has been working fine. I was using the client's Google credentials for this, had downloaded a JSON file (following instructions here) and all was well. When I first ran the web site in Visual Studio, I got the Google auth screen, in which I entered his email and password, and it worked. This created a JSON file in my web site which then allowed me to run the site next time without having to auth again.

            In the credentials JSON file, I added the redirect URI, using the URI that VS uses when I debug the site. This gave me JSON file like this...

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Nov-29 at 16:21

            Hmm, reading your (very clear by the way!) question gives me the impression that all the changes you made were in the JSON file, not in the Google console. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that could be where you're hitting issues.

            My (admittedly limited) experience leads me to believe that the redirect URIs in the JSON file are ignored, and it's the one(s) in the Google console that are used.

            Forgive me if you already tried this, but try adding the following four URIs to your console, and then downloading the JSON file again...

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70086449

            QUESTION

            Azure App Service .net6 Deploy - Error: EISDIR: illegal operation on a directory, open '/home/site/wwwroot/wwwroot/Identity/lib/bootstrap/LICENSE'
            Asked 2021-Nov-28 at 13:03

            I updated my Asp.net core Blazor WebAssembly app to .net 6. Everything is fine, but the deploy from github actions doesn't work and throws this error:

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Nov-15 at 05:26
            • On Linux, it's important that any bash deployment scripts that get run have Unix line endings (LF) and not Windows line endings (CRLF).

            • Kuduscript will generate scripts with platform-appropriate line endings, but if those scripts are modified, or if you provide your own custom deployment scripts, it's important to make sure that your editor doesn't change the line endings.

            • If something seems off with your deployment script, you can always use the Kudu console to delete the contents of /home/site/deployments/tools.

            • This is the directory where Kudu caches kuduscript-generated deployment scripts. On the next deployment, the script will be regenerated.

            • The error you're currently seeing is a Kudu issue with running node/npm for deployments.

            • The easiest and fastest resolution for what you are currently seeing is to specify engines.node in your package.json.

            Error: EISDIR: illegal operation on a directory, open '/home/site/wwwroot/wwwroot/Identity/lib/bootstrap/LICENSE'

            EISDIR stands for "Error, Is Directory". This means that NPM is trying to do something to a file but it is a directory. In your case, NPM is trying to "read" a file which is a directory. Since the operation cannot be done the error is thrown.

            Three things to make sure here

            1. Make sure the file exists. If it does not, you need to create it. (If NPM depends on any specific information in the file, you will need to have that information there).
            2. Make sure it is in fact a file and not a directory.
            3. It has the right permissions. You can change the file to have all permissions with "sudo chmod 777 FILE_NAME".

            Note: You are giving Read, Write and Execute permissions to every one on that file.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69967124

            QUESTION

            How to access XML data with Coldfusion
            Asked 2021-Oct-22 at 15:46

            A client wants me to add a weather forecast to his web site. The official weather report comes in an XML file and I need help accessing some of the elements in the file.

            I can download the two XML files that contain the data needed on the site, and I can parse them into ColdFusion XML variables.

            I can extract the data I need from the top levels, but it's lower levels that are causing me some heartburn. The XML files contain weather observations and forecasts for every location in the state. We don't need that - we just want to access the data about my client's location.

            Here's a sample of the XML data I'm talking about

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Oct-19 at 09:22

            QUESTION

            How do you make your check constraint case insensitive in SQL?
            Asked 2021-Oct-16 at 19:27

            This is my piece of code.

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Oct-16 at 15:21

            You may lowercase the column and then compare to lowercase string literals:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69596903

            QUESTION

            Can I leave away an association class for many to many relations?
            Asked 2021-Aug-05 at 22:55

            Just a simple question: I'm working on a class diagram for a dynamic web site for my internship. I have an association between two classes (client and article), the relation is many to many.

            Normally I have to add an association class between them, but I don't want to because the client can only read the article's writing on the web page, and he cannot post. Is it correct if I don't draw the association class on the diagram?

            ...

            ANSWER

            Answered 2021-Aug-05 at 17:12

            There is no need to add association class only due to many to many relationship. The association class is needed when you have an association that at the same time is also a class, i.e. has some properties on its own.

            You can use simple association with any multiplicity on any of the ends including having * on both ends.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68669184

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            Install makeabilitylabwebsite

            Run > docker version from terminal to ensure Docker is running. Clone this repository using git clone https://github.com/jonfroehlich/makeabilitylabwebsite.git and navigate to the project home directory using the cd command. Build the docker images. Run docker build . or docker build . -t <tag>--the latter allows you to tag your build with a name (we recommend tagging it as makelab_image for easy access). This step takes a while the first time (~2-3 min). If you don't add a tag to your build in step 3, you can look at the last line of the build that says Successfully built <tag> to get your tag. Running the container. Once the image has built, run docker-compose up, this will bring up both the postgres container for the database and the website containers. For future reference, running docker-compose up -d will allow you to continue using the same terminal and none of the output messages will be displayed. Create the superuser. In another terminal, navigate to the project home directory using the cd command and open an interactive bash terminal in the website container using docker exec -it makeabilitylabwebsite_website_1 bash. Once inside the bash terminal, run python manage.py createsuperuser. Open the development server in the web browser. At this point the development server should be running via step 4. You will find the website at localhost:8571 as specified in the docker-compose.yml file. Shutting down the server. In another terminal at the project home directory run docker-compose down and wait for the containers to shut-down. Note without running this command, the development server will persist even when you close down the terminal, thus preventing you from using port 8571 for other purposes. After running the docker-compose up command, you will not need to rebuild or rerun the Docker container (unless you have made changes to docker-compose.yml). However, you will still need to refresh the webpage in order to see new updates.
            Install Docker Desktop
            Run > docker version from terminal to ensure Docker is running
            Clone this repository using git clone https://github.com/jonfroehlich/makeabilitylabwebsite.git and navigate to the project home directory using the cd command.
            Build the docker images. Run docker build . or docker build . -t <tag>--the latter allows you to tag your build with a name (we recommend tagging it as makelab_image for easy access). This step takes a while the first time (~2-3 min). If you don't add a tag to your build in step 3, you can look at the last line of the build that says Successfully built <tag> to get your tag.
            Running the container. Once the image has built, run docker-compose up, this will bring up both the postgres container for the database and the website containers. For future reference, running docker-compose up -d will allow you to continue using the same terminal and none of the output messages will be displayed.
            Create the superuser. In another terminal, navigate to the project home directory using the cd command and open an interactive bash terminal in the website container using docker exec -it makeabilitylabwebsite_website_1 bash. Once inside the bash terminal, run python manage.py createsuperuser.
            Open the development server in the web browser. At this point the development server should be running via step 4. You will find the website at localhost:8571 as specified in the docker-compose.yml file.
            Shutting down the server. In another terminal at the project home directory run docker-compose down and wait for the containers to shut-down. Note without running this command, the development server will persist even when you close down the terminal, thus preventing you from using port 8571 for other purposes.
            On Windows, WSL2 provides an actual Linux kernel running within a lightweight VM, unlike the older WSL which tried to emulate a linux kernel within the Windows kernel—see Docker's official WSL2 overview. WSL2 offers faster compile times and is better supported by Docker.
            Install Docker Desktop. Follow the official Docker Windows Install Guide.
            Install WSL2.
            Enter the Docker Dashboard and click the settings gear icon in the top right. From there, click the "General" tab and select the "Use the WSL 2 based engine" check box (this will be grayed out and pre-checked if you're running Windows Home).
            Proceed by clicking Resources → WSL Integration and select your Linux VM of choice under "Enable integration with additional distros:". Here is some extra documentation from Docker that may help out with this process.
            Open your Linux VM shell and navigate to where you would like to set up your Makeability Lab website repository.
            Run git clone https://github.com/makeabilitylab/makeabilitylabwebsite.git.
            Make sure to chmod 755 docker-entrypoint.sh
            You must also manually create some directories: mkdir static chmod -R 777 static/ mkdir website/migrations chmod -R 777 website/
            Build the docker images. Run docker build . or docker build . -t <tag>--the latter allows you to tag your build with a name (we recommend tagging it as makelab_image for easy access). This step may take a while (~2-3 min). If you don't add an explicit tag to your build, you can look at the last line of the build that says Successfully built <tag> to get your tag.
            Running the container. Once the image has built, run docker-compose up, this will bring up both the PostgreSQL container for the database and the website containers.
            At this point, you can visit the website at localhost:8571 as specified in the docker-compose.yml file. However, to add content, you need to add an admin users. For this, follow the next step to create a "superuser."
            Create the superuser. In another terminal, navigate to the project home directory using the cd command and open an interactive bash terminal in the website container using docker exec -it makeabilitylabwebsite_website_1 bash. Once inside the bash terminal, run python manage.py createsuperuser and follow the instructions. Then you can visit localhost:8571/admin to add content.
            It's also useful to create a mapping between your Linux filesystem in WSL2 and your Windows filesystem. For this, type Windows + R to open the Run menu and type: \\wsl$. Then, find the Linux installation you're using for the Makeability Lab website (e.g., Ubuntu-18.04) and right-click on that folder, then select Map Network Drive and follow the on-screen instructions. By default, it will map to drive Z:. So, you can open "This PC" or "My Computer" and see drive Z:, which will be the Linux VM.

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