@Josie-N If you need help with the grid, feel free to ask here. Very useful for organizing everything and laying out the content on your page. Good luck :+1:
Anyone know how to remove the variable type information in an array key? Ex) string(10) "display_id" => 2267 Would I just run the array through an array_map function?
https://codepen.io/CMYK/pen/bgqOxG?editors=1100 So I managed to pull everything to the left, but I want to add one more thumbnail (or container, whichever works, on the right). @TylerMoeller How could I do that? You see there is a small little container on the very bottom right of the page, but I can't move it upwards for the life of me. :worried:
Oh no, everything's messed up on a smaller screen!
@Josie-N I don't think pull-left is the way to go here. Columns stack from left to right, so you can put your columns in a row and choose the size you want as you stack them to the right.
how do I center an image inside a bootstrap well? i have the image in one of my wells, but it is slightly off-center and it is annoying the shit out of me
@TylerMoeller wow, how can I put all my columns in a row?
The layout possibilities are endless, but it should give an idea of how you can implement the Image and text the way you want for your tribute page.
(Without me giving you the exact code, anyway :))
@TylerMoeller Thanks, that really helps, I'll delete the pull-lefts and try to rearrange them.
josie-n sends brownie points to @tylermoeller :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
:warning: josie-n already gave tylermoeller points
I'll probably take me 4 days or something.
So I made it too 120, where we have to design our own portfolio... I breezed through up until 120 but now I am at a dead stop. I am un-sure how we are expected to make a site like the one put on example when up until 120 haven't learned JS and that intensive of CSS?
Are we just supposed to make a portfolio based off our HTML/ Bootstrap knowledge and just not even attempt making something like the site given as a example?
@TristanTaka FCC wasn't created to teach you how to code. It's purpose is to challenge you to learn.
So now comes the research and learning on your part
when you're ready, you can come back and finish the project
the process will be the same as you move through
hit wall, research, code 100 different ways to figure out how to do something, come back finish fcc project/challenge ;)