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The big steps are: determine what port apache2 is running on. (probably 80, maybe 8080) determine the IP address of that machine one the local network on your router learn how to set up port forwarding. You want to forward the port 80 or 8080 (you can actually forward 80 to 8080 here as well, which has advantages). The IP to forward to will be the local ...
You're missing a lot of the pieces in this puzzle. One does not simply 'connect their domain to GitHub'. You need a server Your server needs to be capable of hosting your project You'll need to use GitHub's webhooks to alert the server when changes are commited The server will then need to pull these changes and redeploy, automatically You might look for ...
SiteSuuker has already been recommended and it does a decent job for most websites. I also find DeepVacuum to be a handy and simple tool with some useful "presets". Screenshot is attached below. -
Putty is a good place to start. Alternatively (or in addition to), WinSCP will help you maintain that FTP/Explorer view you're probably used to, and if you're not trying to learn command lines. WinSCP will requires Windows, and you can use this to connect to any SSH server.
For uploading files you could use Filezilla as a client and use it like any other FTP programme. To set it up, first click on the Site Manager button (1) and enter the details provided by your administrator. Make sure to select SFTP as the protocol (3) and 22 as the port (4). Change Logon Type to Normal (5) and enter your username (6) and password (7). ...
Check the entries in %systemroot%\System32\drivers\etc\hosts
I think the best solution would be Thumbnalizr, which provides free service for any users to create snapshot image in thumbnail view. Also, there're more options available in the review of top webpage snapshot tool.
Just like the answers in the link you provided, Ctrl + C should work. Just click on the popup and Press Ctrl + C, the text would be copied into your clipboard.
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