@rdavidson3 - the other thing to do when posting code here in the chatroom is to use the Markdown format, which is, basically, putting a line with only three backticks on it ``` before and after your code block, and you can read the documentation on the freecodecamp forum: https://forum.freecodecamp.com/t/markdown-code-formatting/18391
Thanks for the tip @padunk I'm attempting to break up the code in that way now. Thanks for the link @khaduch :)
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@rodchsm delete navbar-inverse class and put your backgound color
Hi, guys. So I'm working on my Twitch.tv app for the front end course and the Twitch API needs an OAuth token. I don't think it's a good idea to have my OAuth token on full display in my CodePen. Is there any workaround?
I don't want to hardcode that JSON object either. That's just bad practice and it's hacky
Any help would be awesome
Please DM me so that I can find the message easily. I know this chat room gets extremely busy
Hello there. I study Frontend Developer couse. Could somone review my first tribute page on codepen?
@Grimmeu for the col-md-xx to work properly in BS you need a parent element with class row. I also recommend you to change the content to english. i'm sure you will find info in English about Alexander Nicolaevich on wikipedia
@sorinr This is my first project so i decided to do it with my native language. I get your point about language. Should i use parent with class 'row' every time i want to use class 'clo-md-xx'?
@Grimmeu yes. bootstrap 3.3.7 is structured that way. a parent div.row is divided in columns by using columns(col-yy-xx)
@Grimmeu Maybe you could remove the cursing words from the page title. If you look for a developer job later, recruiters google things about you and such things can offend some people.
@Masd925 :+1: I don't know why but i most of the time don't look at the page title. i've noticed it after you pointed it out :)
@Grimmeu i would also make the ul on biography part like <ul class=" col-md-10 col-md-offset-1"> to give more spread width to the text
Hi all, I'm working on rewriting my portfolio milestone in React but I want to leave my other milestones as is and link to them in my app. I'm using create-react-app and I've got my other static HTML/CSS/JS files stored in a structure like e.g. src/portfolio/twitch/index.html. Does anybody know the best way to route to them? If I create a normal <a href="./portfolio/twitch/index.html"> then it just redirects me back to my React app. I looked into React Router but it seems to exclusively want to render a component, which my static HTML pages are not. Any advice on this would be much appreciated.
Abraham Anak Agung
@JheeBz Hi, i never doing that before, but since React is made by component, why don't you link twitch component into your portfolio? you could use react-router Link and your twitch project as a component