@andrewchar can you save the pen with that method so I can take a look?
@jondcoleman pens been auto saving as ive been trying things. you can look now to see
@noczesc I can't get a quote to even show up - have you saved your changes?
@andrewchar you put the icons in a bootstrap grid?
@jondcoleman yup, saved. It changes my quotes to ’
when I click Random quote nothing happens @noczesc
@jondcoleman i tried putting that in the ul class
@andrewchar they probably need to be divs to do that
another option is to add this css:
that will force them to stay the same orientation even when screen resizes
if you do that you might add a bit of padding on the ul and maybe an additional class on those lis to differentiate them from any other navbar you end up adding
@noczesc I get this error ^
you'll need to use JSONP or find an api that doesn't have the CORS restriction @noczesc
@coderNoob Somewhat belatedly - Depth is how far down the search chain you are. On a board with one mark placed there are those 8 possible moves. That's depth 1. On any one of those moves there are 7 possible moves, that's depth 2. On any one of THOSE moves there are 6 possible moves, that's depth 3, and so on. It goes down to depth 8, I guess, where the board is full.
how can i make a div as big as the webpage? tried with
Hey folks! Quick question. Working on Calculator program and one part I want to do is for my "screen" I have an input field set to align right, so that way my numbers and what-not start on the right of the field and push left as I add more to it. I've decided that I'm going to have the string be shown like in the example on the Zipline, but both my calculator and theirs has the issue that if too much of the string is there to go beyond, it suddenly hard-stops at the left side then you can't see the new stuff you put into it. Anyway I can keep it "flowing" and having the left-side disappear instead of the right-side?
(Note, only regular operations, parentheses, the period, changing from + to - work right now).
Woah looks nice @sreeves89
Thanks @HermanFassett ! My goal was to use this project to show that I think I've got design figured out, (even if I have to use a "specification," i.e. the real TI-30XA calculator to follow), and to also show I can do some of the more advance stuff. In the end I probably wont' implement everything on there, but the goal is to get most of it running, then I'll remove what I won't end up implementing.
sreeves89 sends brownie points to @hermanfassett :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles: