:warning: bilu-blen already gave haseebuchiha points
@SkyCoder01 Please guide me on what I should do :worried:
@haseebuchiha You have to make your own choice :) I don't know where you're at with your studies. You can do the challenges in any order and always go back to do them in order later if you change your mind.
Nothing is permanent :)
@SkyCoder01 Ok, that's what I was afraid of. Well, off to the land of excessive code I go! :D Thanks for the info
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When I hit an error with a free code camp project, I usually search for "Stack Overflow" "Error text in quotes" "Free Code Camp" :)
@TylerMoeller Hey Tyler, whats the easiest way to make two equal width columns using CSS? I can do it easily with Bootstrap, but trying to avoid using it
@JLuboff Hmm, width: 50% isn't working?
so if im understanding this properly some api's just require this? i dont remember ever running into this before
@ArashDai I think it's up to how the server is configured, a lot of APIs handle it differently
@TylerMoeller No..I tried it..but let me check something real quickl
hey guys I'm using <nav> in my html text (bootstrap is enabled) and am trying the examples I see online and none of them work? how do I do a navbar?
@mscirocco8 u need to check IF the examples are for bootstrap v.3 or v.4 and use the corresponding library also .. if the component u using on the example..is dynamic.. u will need to add the bootstrap JS library too