@sjames1958gm I have a list of 5 items in my html. How should I tag them in the CSS?
Is here anybody with iPhone 6s or other to help me solve the problem with display? I want to check http://theonewhodo.es/simon-game/ and the bug(“every time you press a button the page snaps to the top and I can’t see the whole set of buttons”) On Android it works fine, on Ipad too, not having iPhone at home to reproduce and solve the problem why :( Here is how it get’s cut while it shouldn’t http://imgur.com/BwLt9eq
for the roman numerals converter (presuming this is still the right room to ask), i've passed the exercise but my solution uses a switch for each column (units, tens, hundreds, thousands), which feels a little clunky. how would i look to determine a more efficient algorithm for this?
@kikosalguero If you want the list to return the same every time, you'll need to collect the data and sort it the way you want before writing it to the page. At a minimum, you could have a div for each online/offline/closed status and just put the users in those divs based on their status. Within each status section, however, they're still going to appear as you get them back from the API unless you store all the data in an object and sort it first.
Hello World! ^^
welcome to FreeCodeCamp @emrehayta!
anyone have any idea as to why my thumbnails wont display inline ?