@AidenMead then why didn't you said u said that. just reload my pen and look into the console and to the pen ofc
Well, I have a few answers to that, but I'll skip them because it's not worth it. Nothing it loading into the console. Regardless of whether I input console.log(response) or not. So I'm not getting any data to allow me to know what's parsing to allow me to accurately access it. I don't know if it's logging data in the console for you or not, but it's not for me.
@mcguiretj You have some variable and scope issues it appears. I'm seeing this in the console: Uncaught SyntaxError: Identifier 'location' has already been declared(…). Also, temperature not tempature :)
I will change that. Thank you very much Tyler @TylerMoeller
mcguiretj sends brownie points to @tylermoeller :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
@AidenMead you get into the console log all the response object structure. by consoling the temperature and city i have showed you how you can access the response object. why do you say its not worth it?
@Thayyebsalim could u make th biodetails font a bit dark its ot easily visible
@neille2406 You can do lots of things with the background property, from setting image or color, to position and so forth.
@AidenMead why is repeat or no-repeat used?
@Thayyebsalim what is this <font size="9"><u>Nikola Tesla</u></font> ?
@Thayyebsalim html5 no longer support that kind of tags.
Hey guys, is there a place where I can see the material for the challenges I've done so far? I mean, I just got to my first project(tribute page) and it feels like I suddenly forgot everything I studied and Id like to recap without going through all the challenges again one by one.
how to navigate on the same page?
@GitLub u can use the map!!!
@neille2406 searach google for inline page links
@GitLub - if you look at the top of your freecodecamp homepage (freecodecamp.com/gitlub probably) you'll see all of the work that you've done so far. You can review, you can go back to the "Map" option and see everything there, too.
Hmm, doesn't seem very intuitive, so I'll have to go challenge by challenge again to recap it all
Helle people, do you guys know how can i put a backgroune music on my tribute page please
@neille2406 generally is repeat is used, it's referring to a background image, one that you wouldn't want to stretch but also is not big enough to cover the whole background. For example, say my background image is of a pattern, so nothing like a picture of something. And I fill the page with content and have more content to go, but my background image is only so big. I can repeat the image below the original so that when I scroll, there's enough background image to stay behind the content. Here's some more info about that http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_background-repeat.asp
@GitLub - yeah, there isn't an easy way just to page through everything that you've done. I like to open my freecodecamp page, and then click on a link, it opens in a new tab, and then just come back to the home page afterward. I wish that there was a "next" and "previous" link sometime to just go from item to item.
@khaduch yeah...it's popping tabs all over the place here..
Afternoon all, I am using an svg in my weather app. And I’d like the span it’s contained in to be centered. Can anyone advise what CSS I could use to get this positioned correctly. (it’s the snowsuit in this example) http://codepen.io/djangoearnhardt/pen/aBdpgG/
even i would like to lean these small projects anyone willing to team up?