@jask84 I don't really get what your problem is. Can you specify?
@alpox basically I have tried to invoke the winningFunc within the computerFunc and userFunc, to test winning combos from the choiceArray. However, I have tried to invoke the winningFunc in each function respectively after updating the choiceArray, but I cant get it workng. I wonder if my syntax is wrong and/or my layout of my code is incorrect in terms of how I am going through the process (computerFunc, which changes/adds to variables, then invokes userFunc click handler which I then need to switch off, and then back to computerFunc and so on).
@alpox so if you click three boxes in a row, you will see that nothing happens. It does not reset the game
@alpox also, just wanted your quick opinion on whether the way I am doing it is the best way? Because I have a feeling my click handler really isnt the most efficient way. But if youre busy, no worries. Appreciate the help
I can not will do this.
@Kuklus23 What do you need help on?
@jask84 You can put the click event for .box outside of the userfunc, otherwise you will add one each time userfunc is called. Thats why you even had to use .off
@Kuklus23 There are numbers? :D which one is it by name?
@natertot12 problem with JS for navbar and with css
@Kuklus23 Can you post your codepen? or your code
@alpox "Build a Personal Portfolio Webpage"
@Kuklus23 Navbar: Usually a problem with including bootstrap js right. There has to be jquery first in the list, and then bootstrap