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rafaelmonroy
@rafaelmonroy
@X140hu4 @heroiczero so setting variable equal to argument outside loop, it wont update even though the loop updates value of argument?
heroiczero
@heroiczero
for a second i was wondering what was wrong with your code lol, but it looked fine. and I was just jumping to conclusion lol :innocent:
rafaelmonroy
@rafaelmonroy
@heroiczero lol thanks for helping out
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heroiczero
@heroiczero
@rafaelmonroy yes basically since you set the var size2 outside the loop. Even if size changes size2 will not
rafaelmonroy
@rafaelmonroy
YES! lmao thanks man, i knew there was a way to keep the origianl value inside the loop. what is the const you mentioned earlier?
@rafaelmonroy Constants are block-scoped, much like variables defined using the let statement. The value of a constant cannot change through re-assignment, and it can't be redeclared.
rafaelmonroy
@rafaelmonroy
@heroiczero cool man thanks!
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heroiczero
@heroiczero
:+1: Glad to help :)
Fabien SHAN
@X140hu4
@rafaelmonroy Also, you could avoid using a size2 by incrementing i.
rafaelmonroy
@rafaelmonroy
@X140hu4 i thought I increment i by size in my i=size statement?
Fabien SHAN
@X140hu4
So if you do not use size = size2 + size, i will always be equal to size.
If you add size to i then you increment i by size: i = i + size (or i += size)
Then you would have to review the variables in the slice method
rafaelmonroy
@rafaelmonroy
@X140hu4 hmmm guess I missed that one, I kept trying different variations of increments to both size and i but I coulnt hit that G spot lol right now im just glad I was able to find one that worked without someone looking at my code and giving me the answer lol
Fabien SHAN
@X140hu4
That's good :) Congratulations ;)
rafaelmonroy
@rafaelmonroy
@X140hu4 thanks!
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linkin-park
@linkin-park
its hell working on UI!
@heroiczero hi there
heroiczero
@heroiczero
@linkin-park :wave:
linkin-park
@linkin-park
i'm going crazy right now :! can you point where the heck i'm doing wrong
the header is not the same as the facebook
@heroiczero
and somewhere there is css conflict too :(
i have updated the code :! you can refresh sir @heroiczero
linkin-park
@linkin-park
@heroiczero any thoughts on this ?
Justin25
@Justin25
@linkin-park Facebook uses a linear gradient for their header
linkin-park @linkin-park googles linear gradient
Justin25
@Justin25
It's this background-image: linear-gradient(#4e69a2, #3b5998 50%);
Dušan Todorović
@krckyboy
What's better to use for social icons + hover effect - sprites, SVG or something else? Thank you.
linkin-park
@linkin-park
if i'm not mistaking the google says gradient are used when 2 or more color need smooth transition
Justin25
@Justin25
Yes
linkin-park
@linkin-park
in our case its just #fff
am i missing anything ??
Justin25
@Justin25
If you look at the header Facebook has, it's a lighter shade of blue towards the top
So it transitions from one shade of blue, #4e69a2, to another, #3b5998.
heroiczero
@heroiczero
@linkin-park i think what you should focus on the format and the layout of the webpage when it is in different screens (responsive) and how the user interacts with it.
@linkin-park but other than that so far. It is progressing well :+1:
linkin-park
@linkin-park
@heroiczero for the fact no one will use that snippet other than me :P so thankz for the help @Justin25
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linkin-park
@linkin-park
@Justin25 how did you find the color codes ?
linkin-park
@linkin-park
good eyes :) @Justin25