Hi @NathanMcSparran did you see my other question?
You can upload images to your github profile and access them from there. Create a repository with the name yourusername.github.io and click the "upload file" button. Then you can get them from https://yourusername.github.io/filename
@runnerbill75 Sorry, I missed it. I believe CodePen does let you store images on their server, but that's a paid feature.
I think @SkyCoder01 has a better solution though.
Thank you for your help @SkyCoder01
runnerbill75 sends brownie points to @skycoder01 :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
I don't have the link to font awesome in my history so it's easier to give that
it worked, hooray!!
its cool that got me right to it, issue solved
@runnerbill75 :clap: congrats I see the file now at: https://runnerbill75.github.io/Zamperini1.jpg
awesome! I really appreciate your help.
can someone link me to something that explains api's better than the freecodecamp tutorials on it?? i went throught he json and ajax stuff and am now building the quote machine but really feel i have no understands of what I'm actually doing
ive formatted my page so far and have it so my button returns something different, but i now need to actually add the api
hey guys, my website is loading fine on firefox but not loading on chrome?!
Been adding some more touches to my Simon game and still can't quite figure out how to make the game state reset to original when pressing the power/play button on and off and on again (I just ended up disabling it so the user can't break it). Can anyone help? http://codepen.io/Freaklancer/pen/BpOEvO
Hey guys does anyone have good knowledge of .when() and .then()? I've made global array variables and assigned json data to the variables inside the .when() functions but they act local so i can't refer to the variable inside my .then() function it's just returning the original empty array variable