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Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@bethqiang - just looking through jQuery documentation, and it appears to be the case that the ordering of elements is determined by their order in the DOM, so I'm trying to understand some possible solutions that they are hinting at...
Mariya
@mariyadiminsky
Has anyone does testing with react-enzyme-mocha? I'm noticing when I'm using expect(wrapper.find('SomeComponent').length).toEqual(1) I get 0 only if the component is being returned inside of brackets {}.
You know how when you're rendering an array and you loop through in the return() but to use JavaScript in React you need to use {}? I'm returning a component inside of each iteration, but my test can't find it. Is there a reason for this and how can I find it?
pipzpadilla
@pipzpadilla
blob
how i can make this kind of header navbar
with the brandname is at the center of the page
William Cross
@williamtech814
I'm trying to do lesson "Style Text Inputs as Form Controls" and I'm not sure what it means by "Give the text input in your form the class form-control." Advice anyone?
greg
@wearenotgroot

@williamtech814 form-control is a bootstrap class

<input class="form-control" type="text" />

William Cross
@williamtech814
That worked, thanks!! Love the community here.
greg
@wearenotgroot
:+1:
Juan Moraza
@Morazajuan
@wearenotgroot you still there?
Chris Cullen
@123xylem
function makeFriendlyDates(arr) {
  var arr0 =arr.pop();
 arr0= arr0.split(/-/);
  for(i=0;i<arr0.length;i++){
 switch (arr0[1]) {
    case 01:
        arr0[1] = "Janurary";
        break;
    case 02:
        arr0[1] = "February";
        break;
    case 03:
        arr0[1] = "March";
        break;

}}

  return arr0;
}
  makeFriendlyDates(['2016-01-01', '2016-02-04']);
Hello FIrends Im back!.. In this problem Ive seperated the date format and am gonna try using switch statements to convert the numbers to words.. It says "Octal literals are not allowed in strict mode." When i do this though... Is this workable or have I made a mistake somewhere??
thanks
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@bethqiang - I cannot get anything that works up to this point - and I have to check out for tonight... Maybe you'll figure it out, maybe I'll try to look into it more tomorrow?
William Cross
@williamtech814
thanks @wearenotgroot
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Nick Irvine
@irvin3
hey peeps! does anyone have a good method for vertically centering a button in bootstrap?
Beth Qiang
@bethqiang
@khaduch Haha no worries! No pressure to figure it out :) (although I would not complain if you wanted to keep trying! ;)) I'll definitely keep trying though and let you know if I come up with anything!
Chandice
@Cookcha
@irvin3 How are you trying to center it? Maybe this will help? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9853815/how-to-center-btn-group-from-twitter-bootstrap
Sorin Ruse
@sorinr
@ajayt365 its because your h1 tag that has a margin-top. if you make h1{margin-top: 0px;} it will remove that margin
Vlad Fernandes
@Vlad-Fernandes
@irvin3 have you tried vertical-align
ertical-align: middle
vertical-align: middle
Chris Cullen
@123xylem
function makeFriendlyDates(arr) {
  var arr0 =arr.shift();//create first date
 arr0= arr0.split(/-/);
  for(i=0;i<arr0.length;i++){
 switch (arr0[1]) {
    case "01":
        arr0[1] = "Janurary";
        break;
    case "02":
        arr0[1] = "February";
        break;
    case "03":
        arr0[1] = "March";
        break;
    case "04":
       arr0[1] = "April";
        break;
    case "05":
        arr0[1] = "May";
        break;
    case "06":
        arr0[1] = "June";
        break;
    case "07":
       arr0[1] = "July";
     break;
   case "08":
     arr0[1] ="August";
     break;

   case "09":
     arr0[1] ="September";
     break;

   case "10":
     arr0[1] ="October";
     break;

   case "11":
     arr0[1] ="November";
     break;

   case "12":
     arr0[1] ="December";
     break;


}switch (arr0[2]) {
      case "01":
      case "21":
      case "31":
         arr0[2] =arr0[2]+ 'st';
    break;
      case "02":
      case "22":
         arr0[2] =arr0[2]+'nd';
    break;
      case "03":
      case "23":
         arr0[2] =arr0[2]+ 'rd';
    break;
      default:
         arr0[2] =arr0[2]+ 'th';
    break;
    }
  }

  return arr0;
}
  makeFriendlyDates(['2016-07-12', '2016-07-04']);
This coe is returning 12thththth for some reason.. I have a feeling its to do with the for loop running 3 times but Im not sure.. Any ideas?
Chris Cullen
@123xylem
function makeFriendlyDates(arr) {
  var arr0 =arr.shift();//create first date
 arr0= arr0.split(/-/);

  var arr1=arr.pop();//second date
  arr1=arr1.split(/-/);

  for(i=0;i<arr0.length;i++){ // Loop through Dates
 switch (arr0[1]) { //For each case convert them to months
    case "01":
        arr0[1] = "Janurary";
        break;
    case "02":
        arr0[1] = "February";
        break;
    case "03":
        arr0[1] = "March";
        break;
    case "04":
       arr0[1] = "April";
        break;
    case "05":
        arr0[1] = "May";
        break;
    case "06":
        arr0[1] = "June";
        break;
    case "07":
       arr0[1] = "July";
     break;
   case "08":
     arr0[1] ="August";
     break;

   case "09":
     arr0[1] ="September";
     break;

   case "10":
     arr0[1] ="October";
     break;

   case "11":
     arr0[1] ="November";
     break;

   case "12":
     arr0[1] ="December";
     break;


}switch (arr0[2]) { //Then for each day date convert to days
      case "01":
      case "21":
      case "31":
         arr0[2] =parseInt(arr0[2])+ 'st';
    break;
      case "02":
      case "22":
         arr0[2] =parseInt(arr0[2])+'nd';
    break;
      case "03":
      case "23":
         arr0[2] =parseInt(arr0[2])+ 'rd';
    break;
      default:                                 //With this default that adds "th"
         arr0[2] =parseInt(arr0[2])+ 'th';
    break;
    }            // FIRST DATES


    //Here starts THE SECOND DATEs Conversion------------------------------------------------------    

 switch (arr1[2]) {
    case "01":
        arr1[2] = "Janurary";
        break;
    case "02":
        arr1[2]= "February";
        break;
    case "03":
        arr1[2] = "March";
        break;
    case "04":
       arr1[2] = "April";
        break;
    case "05":
       arr1[2] = "May";
        break;
    case "06":
       arr1[2] = "June";
        break;
    case "07":
       arr1[2] = "July";
     break;
   case "08":
     arr1[2] ="August";
     break;

   case "09":
    arr1[2] ="September";
     break;

   case "10":
     arr1[2] ="October";
     break;

   case "11":
arr1[2] ="November";
     break;

   case "12":
     arr1[2] ="December";
     break;


}switch (arr1[2]) {
      case "01":
      case "21":
      case "31":
         arr1[2] =parseInt(arr1[2])+ 'st';
    break;
      case "02":
      case "22":
         arr1[2] =parseInt(arr1[2])+'nd';
    break;
      case "03":
      case "23":
         arr1[2] =parseInt(arr1[2])+ 'rd';
    break;
      default:
         arr1[2] =parseInt(arr1[2])+ 'th';
    break;
    }
  }

  return arr0 +" "+ arr1;
}
  makeFriendlyDates(['2016-07-12', '2016-07-02']);
Ok so Ive managed to get the dates converted but for some reason the second date tries becomes NaNth if its under 15.. I dont get it as both dates are coded the same
sorry I collapsed that when I copy pasted it
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Nick Irvine
@irvin3
Does anyone know how to remove what seems like a default margin on bootstrap buttons? I want my buttons to be touching, maybe I need to put them in a column but i feel like you should have to do that
@123xylem you should post that in the helpjavascript chat
Olga C
@Octopinky
@irvin3 do you have your codepen link?
Nick Irvine
@irvin3
im still messing around with getting the formatting correct
@Octopinky I was just wondering if there is a way to get rid of the space between the buttons, I checked the buttons and they dont have any margins tho
Olga C
@Octopinky
@irvin3 let me take a look
Olga C
@Octopinky
@irvin3 Got it! you can try adding a negative margin to .btn class to remove the spaces.
Nick Irvine
@irvin3
@Octopinky thanks! its strange that you have to do that, I'd imagine that setting a 0 margin would fix it but it was already set at 0
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Olga C
@Octopinky
@irvin3 To me it seems, that there is another pre-set somewhere deeper in the code. Otherwise, why would there be space between the buttons? This is tricky, lol
@irvin3 thank you for allowing me to be helpful
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Nick Irvine
@irvin3
@Octopinky yea i guess that is one of the downfalls of using a premade framework
Olga C
@Octopinky
@irvin3 it would take ages to write a new one. there is no need to re-invent the wheel
Sorin Ruse
@sorinr
@irvin3 you should work on this: .numRow { height: 50px;}
Nick Irvine
@irvin3
@Octopinky yea i mean specifically it wouldnt be difficult to make my own button
@sorinr what should i work on for it? I am having a bit of a problem getting the buttons to be the height of the row
Sorin Ruse
@sorinr
@irvin3 make it 42px as your buttons height
Nick Irvine
@irvin3
@sorinr yea but then my buttons touch on the rows and it looks kind of weird
Olga C
@Octopinky
@irvin3 I agree, It does look weird...