I try to give a little when I take from the help room here. :)
@AdventureBear pretty much, yeah. you will likely find yourself using setInterval and/or setTimeout
@AdventureBear yeah TBH I found the most difficult bit to be how to present the sequence to the player AND THEN listening for the player to input it
@AdventureBear I think Calc and or TicTacToe are most CSS focused since you CAN stray from the original Simon design
@Martialis39 OK, i've done both of those, so that's good to hear. I have this after a few minutes of tinkering with positioning. CSS positining is NOT a strong point, so these challenges are tedious for me. I like to get the look right first, then the functioning is a little easier.
@qualitymanifest I like your portfolio project. Where did you learn the style from for the parallax?
@AdventureBear that's funny, i really don't like my portfolio, just threw it together to finish the front end cert. i don't think it's a "true" parallax, since the background doesn't move at all. but i think the main things for that effect were setting up the background images to cover their divs, and giving each of the main divs (home, about, portfolio, etc) min-height: 100vh;
@AdventureBear anyway, thanks :wink2:
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Can someone help me with placeholder notifcation if the user does not exist?
I'm assuming i need to add another if statement?
tbh I didnt even bother with that
but thinking about
dont you get an error if it doesnt exist?
then you should be able to handle it in the request itself
User Story: I will see a placeholder notification if a streamer has closed their Twitch account (or the account never existed). You can verify this works by adding brunofin and comster404 to your array of Twitch streamers.
@imnotlammy for account closed check "data.status". Its == 422 if its closed
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