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Diff Check

Quickly check the visual difference of two websites. This also works with local sites.

Getting Started with Contributing:

  1. Install node and make sure npm (Node Package Manager) is also installed
  2. Clone this repo with
    git clone
    (in terminal) or download the zip
  3. In terminal,
    (change directory) to the folder containing your project. (i.e. if I start at ~ and I have a Dev folder on my Desktop containing this project, I might type
    cd Desktop/Dev/gulp-starter-env
    ). Alternatively, you can type
    and drag the location of the folder into your terminal and hit enter.
  4. When inside the directory which contains this project in terminal, type
    npm install
    . If (and only if) you're having trouble with
    npm install
    , try
    sudo npm install
    -- this makes you act as a super user
  5. In the terminal, enter
  6. Take note of the Access URLs provided in your terminal. Your web page should pop up at
    . You can access this same page on your various devices in the same wifi network with the provided External URL. You can share the External URL with coworkers and they'll see whats on your screen.
  7. Edit your Sass code inside of the scss folder. You can make subfolders inside of that to better organize your code. Prefix your sass files with an underscore. More info on using @import to organize your files here
  8. Your minified files will be automagically created and updated in
    . It will create your optimized css, html, and javascript files for you. Never edit files within the
    folder. (Dist stands for Distribution)
  9. Keep gulp running while you're making changes. When you want to close out of the gulp task, in the terminal, hit
    ctrl + C

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