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The prepend() method inserts specified content at the beginning of the selected elements.
khorram bin salim khondkar
@khorramk
and how do you read documentation about any programming l;anguage
Kaz Baig
@kbaig
@MomchilDeus As far as I know, there isn't something like that built into pens
Lean Junio
@leanjunio
what do you mean? :/
khorram bin salim khondkar
@khorramk
i mean easily
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@khorramk - look for jQuery docs at https://api.jquery.com if that's what you're looking for
And if you have trouble reading the docs, you might want to start with some other lessons that go through explanations more thoroughly. There are some good things on http://w3schools.com that take you through things more slowly and explain well.
Lean Junio
@leanjunio
I’m afraid there’s no easy way to “read” a documentation for a programming language.
khorram bin salim khondkar
@khorramk
o
Lean Junio
@leanjunio
If you’re looking for guidelines in how to use a programming language, you might want to take a look at tutorial videos instead.
khorram bin salim khondkar
@khorramk
i know that
MomchilDeus
@MomchilDeus
@khorramk I'd say practice, which programming language's documentation do you find difficult to read?
khorram bin salim khondkar
@khorramk
reading documentation is kind of duanting
jquery
javscript is easy to read
Kaz Baig
@kbaig
It is at first, it gets better with practice!
Lean Junio
@leanjunio
the jquery documentation is indeed daunting, try the w3schools site
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@khorramk - https://www.w3schools.com/jquery/default.asp is what I was trying to add to my post - it takes you through things more slowly to start with and gets you up to speed? I don't know if that's what you're looking for...
khorram bin salim khondkar
@khorramk
thanks @leanjunio
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Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@MomchilDeus - ah - nice work on the timeline! I haven't seen anyone use that in a tribute project. One thing that I found a bit evasive is the navigation element that you put in there. It wasn't obvious to me that you had other sections there until I accidentally hovered over that button... But that is really a great tribute page - nice setup and responsive behavior is great!
MomchilDeus
@MomchilDeus
@khaduch Thanks! I'll see what I can do about the navigation
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Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@MomchilDeus - - that would be good - just some way to make it more obvious that there was more there? It wasn't obvious to me, but maybe that was just me? Nice work on the page!
MomchilDeus
@MomchilDeus
@khaduch I added "More" and an arrow pointing up below it, hope that's enough!
Ken Haduch
@khaduch
@MomchilDeus - did you post a new link? I reloaded the page and don't see that new addition? I was thinking that maybe the (what seems like more standard) "hamburger" icon would be effective, too? I'd like to see what you added but it doesn't seem to be on the project link that I'm loading?
Michael Cordero
@CyberPutty
@khorramk just woke up I found the jquery stuff a little hard to understand too, especially working on the ajax stuff. I read jon ducket's book javascript and jquery and I still use that for reference when i forget something
quickspeedy
@quickspeedy
Question about the weather project, after reviewing the data from ajax, is dt consider a time? If so, what does it stand for? I am trying to locate the timestamp.
Here is a sample of the data
"{"coord":{"lon":-97.96,"lat":29.57},"weather":[{"id":804,"main":"Clouds","description":"overcast clouds","icon":"https://cdn.glitch.com/6e8889e5-7a72-48f0-a061-863548450de5%2F04d.png?1499366020964"}],"base":"stations","main":{"temp":18.02,"pressure":1021,"humidity":55,"temp_min":17,"temp_max":19},"visibility":16093,"wind":{"speed":10.8,"deg":10,"gust":14.4},"clouds":{"all":90},"dt":1507647780,"sys":{"type":1,"id":2687,"message":0.004,"country":"US","sunrise":1507638653,"sunset":1507680346},"id":4727756,"name":"Seguin","cod":200}"
mstellaluna
@mstellaluna
@quickspeedy dt is epoch time ...
image.png
quickspeedy
@quickspeedy
@mstellaluna thank you! Just what I need to know!
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quickspeedy
@quickspeedy
What's the common practice for placing onclick event? For example, do you place onclick event in the document.ready function or ...?
or do you place it in the onload function?
J.Chechelski
@SupaSaiyan
It's worth to learn jQuery in 2017 before looking for a first job when somebody know ES5,ES6 and API DOM well?
Trommelochse
@Trommelochse
@SupaSaiyan It can never be bad to know a language, especially one that is as wide-spread as jQuery. Learning the basics doesn't take long if you already have a solid understanding of Javascript and you will - at least in some way - profit from it; be it just increasing the love for modern frameworks ;)
I would not use jQuery for any personal project, but was forced to write some at work recently, since I have limited access to the environment I am working in, and jQuery was the only library available.
So, doing some DOM manipulation with jQuery for a week or two will definitely not hurt.
khorram bin salim khondkar
@khorramk
what is wrong with this function?

```function showUser(xmlhttp){
if(xmlhttp.status === 200){
var json = xmlhttp.responseText;
var user = JSON.parse(json);
for(var key in user){
if(user[key] === 'id'){
$('#profile h2').prepend('<user login>' + ' is GitHub user #' + '<user id>'
);
}

  }

}else{
$('#profile h2').prepend('No such user!')
}

//

}```

J.Chechelski
@SupaSaiyan
@Trommelochse thanks :D I will do that
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Trommelochse
@Trommelochse
@khorramk you should format your code, it's readable
enclose it in 3 backtips on each side
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