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Ademola Adegbuyi
@2Irina2 you can have something like this
$.getJSON("http://ipinfo.io", function(data){
          data = { name: data.city + " " +  data.country, coords: {
            latitude: data.loc.split(',')[0], longitude: data.loc.split(',')[1]

function showPosition(position) {
    var latitude = position.coords.latitude;
    var longitude = position.coords.longitude;
      var city = data.name;
      var temp = data.main.temp;
.... //and so on
@marhyorh @wearenotgroot okay i think i am getting close.. please check what i did so far
I did this just to check if the values change on the webpage.. the "city" changes to Constanta but the "temperature" does not

@2Irina2 url can be --------->

'http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?lat='+ data.loc.split(',')[0]+'&lon='+data.loc.split(',')[1]+'&APPID=433e5ac19c344d585ded5fba77c92ded&callback=?'

remember variable(data from the previous getJSON) concatenate with the apiURL

Oh okay now the temperature shows.. it was just a typo..
but there is still something not clear to me about the API Key
why does one need my API key to show the weather in some other place on earth?
why do i need to include it in the url?
@2Irina2 the api key is just to identify who sent the request(mainly to stop people from abusing it, also premium api key can use https(more secure connection))
Ademola Adegbuyi
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@wearenotgroot @marhyorh alright guys thank you so much for your help and patience.. i feel like i learnt a lot about this
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:warning: 2irina2 already gave marhyorh points
Ademola Adegbuyi
YWC :smile:
@2Irina2 :+1: another thing api doc: http://openweathermap.org/current scroll down to the end and read about Units format, if you dont want (Standard units(temp in kelvin))
Henrique Salguero
Everytime i refresh de page i get a different result in the Status (Online/Offline) of the channel. Anyone have an idea why is that happening? http://codepen.io/kikosalguero/pen/bZxJRa
How do people get banned?
is it the language?
@vieira83 if they are being a general a male repoductive organ(being a D**K)
@wearenotgroot ???
didn’t understand
what you said
@vieira83 people get ban if they repeatedly use insults and harassing other community member
@vieira83 they will get a few warning before it happens
also if they keep spamming the chat they get a time out
Juan Moraza
lol he meant being a jerk @wearenotgroot
@wearenotgroot do you think you could take a look at my code. Im having trouble with the toggle method
Tyler Moeller
@kikosalguero You're getting the data back as it is returned from the API, so it won't always return in the same order as the users listed in your array.
@Morazajuan sure link your pen or fiddle
Juan Moraza
this is what i have in mind for my toggle method
@Morazajuan how about adding an id to the temp button then toggle the class instead
Chris Wang
guys,when i set header element a css style of background-color,it doesn't seem to work ,this drives me crazy,can someone help me?thanks a lot;
``` bash

banner {

background-color: #722872 !important;
height: 80px;
border-color: #592059;
#banner {
    background-color: #722872 !important;
    height: 80px;
    border-color: #592059;
did someone have the same problem as me ?
Gary Siu
css looks ok. What’s the html like?
Juan Moraza
@wearenotgroot Ok im gonna do that thank
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@Morazajuan you can also add a callback function to the toggle method if you want to do some animation on the button or if you want something simple just an if statement and addClass/removeClass
Beth Qiang

anyone know why when you click the "online" button and then the "all" button on my twitch viewer, the "offline" shows up for a split second before the "online" section does? ideally, i'd like a smooth transition without the offline users coming up briefly before the online...


Chris Rutherford
can I ask for an opinion on the design of a project I'm working on outside FCC?
Ken Haduch

@bethqiang - I don't know if this would help, I was experimenting with your project but had to reload and lost my changes. Any time your use a jQuery selector like $('#online'), it will search the DOM to find the element or elements that it corresponds to. I don't know enough detail about how jquery works to know if it does multi-threading, searching for both of those at the same time and perhaps sometime returning the "offline" first? I tried making a class "allUsers" and using that selector.

The other thing I was trying, when I had to reload and lost it, was to cache the results of the jquery selector and the use that - var allUsers = $("#online #offline"); I think would cache the results, not sure about the order, though? I'll try it and see, perhaps fork it so I can save it in case I need to reload.