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DebugginOut
@DebugginOut
<script>
var b = document.getElementById('#link'); 
b.href = "http://www.google.com";
</script>
<a id="link">this is a link</a>
just makes blue text, but can't click it, and doesn't have href value
Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
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Joseph Morse
@jnmorse
I had put this together to sort show how I did mine without including the rest of the code for the quote project http://codepen.io/jnmorse/pen/eJjYrO
Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
@DebugginOut I got it working with: $("#link").prop("href", "http://google.com/");
Not really sure what the issue was but your method should work, too..
Kevin Elser
@CoffeeCodeKevin
Hey guys, I finished the last project for front end development and I was hoping to get some critiques/advice/really anything. I'm going to bed, as I've spent all day on this thing, but please send me a private message to see later if you have anything you want to say.
DebugginOut
@DebugginOut
@mynameissal I think I accidentally had it nested in another function
@mynameissal thanks
CamperBot
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Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
Hm.. I have been trying to debug the issue and it seems like b returns null for some reason..
Rex Schrader
@SaintPeter
@keccakec You might want to ask in the code review room
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DebugginOut
@DebugginOut
@mynameissal I almost got it all working, but this:
```
$("#tweet").prop("href", tweet_content);
tweet_content is the link, I need that value to be the href value
Brett Guillory
@kurzninja
is that not working?
DebugginOut
@DebugginOut
the problem is it contains a value from an array
maybe this part is wrong
 tweet_content = 'http://twitter.com/home?status='+(Quotes[whichQuotes]);
Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
Can you link to your project?
DebugginOut
@DebugginOut
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Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
Your whichQuotes variable is defined locally.
If you want to use it outside of that function you'll have to define it globally. so whichQuotes = 0; before the function and then remove the var from the function.
DebugginOut
@DebugginOut
oh snap
thanks
it works
Well, since it's inside codepen it doesn't, but when I run it from a file on my computer in my browser, it does
Brett Guillory
@kurzninja
a better way to do it would be to pass the variable around as an argument to other functions instead of making a global variable
Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
Yeah, that's a better idea. Also, thanks for the link kurz
Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid

Hey @kurzninja When I use:

$(".ops").click(function(handle) {
  console.log(handle);
});

I see an object displayed how do I access the data inside it?

https://jsfiddle.net/himynameissal/0z1mpm7s/

Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
Nevermind, I'm making progress now.
Brett Guillory
@kurzninja
I was gonna say, what object?
It should just execute the function
Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
Yes, with a object given from the click object.
I'm doing this now:
$(".ops").click(function(handle) {

    //var cool = handle;
  console.log(handle.currentTarget.attributes.id);
});
To retrieve id of what I clicked
DJ
@qualitymanifest
console.log($(this).text()) would work better overall maybe, since you can't have ID's start with a number
Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
@qualitymanifest Good idea.. I already gave my elements worded ids before
DJ
@qualitymanifest
@mynameissal yeah, but when you're actually doing math you'll need numbers, not words
Salman Shahid
@salman-shahid
oh true!
JackeL
@jackel27
Can anyone help me with Json?
Rex Schrader
@SaintPeter
@jackel27 Sure, what's the trouble?
sigursiguros
@sigursiguros
HI guys I've made some changes to my calculator. Would you please review. Thanks.
JackeL
@jackel27
@SaintPeter so, I have a url, I am just confused on how to use it correctly... http://www.icndb.com/api/