The drop it challenge. And it is a custom filter feature in the sense that after the first time it returns 'true' it must continue to return true even if the condition is false. There are simpler ways to do it. It was just my first instinct to go with that. @NJM8
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@germangamboa95 did you passed the challenge?
Yeah I guess my suggestion doesn't help at all. :smile:
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Yes! I mean I accidentally deleted my return statement inside the filter function while copypasting.
@NJM8 Thanks anyways lol
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@AndreMorise You just want the test div to be below the picture?
@NJM8 Yes I do. Trying to get some content below all of that but the position: absolute I had to use is conflicting with that.
@NJM8 , then please tell me what transition to add. something cool, all the boxes should move and position into actual place after few seconds.
@AndreMorise You've set html and body to 100% but you haven't set #main to 100%
Can you force FCC to recognize es6?
Since header is flexing in the column direction, it's only as tall as its parent container #main... If you also set main to 100% height, you can take off position:absolute from header and set height: 100% on header as well
@latimercaleb - where are you trying to use it - in the challenges? You can add a // jshint esversion:6 at the top of your editor and see if that solves it for you.
Then justify-content:center works to center everything? Unless you want to only vertically center header and keep test underneath that (I've just realized)
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I'm still drooling over that hamburger to X animation
haha, yeah that's just from the beta program's test suite
@mbsyaswanth Add this to the class for the books: transition: all 0.5s; transform: translateX(100%);
Then make a js function so that when you click the button to show them it will add a class of visible. then define visible in your css like this
it's not to fancy but I think it will do what you have now
I need serious help. I am on the intermediate algorithm challenges, and I am having extreme difficulty. I am having to look at the solution about every time and I just feel lost. Is this normal? Or am I just way behind? Should I just keep trucking, even though I have to look at the solutions?
@JacobPie Is FCC your only programming experience?
@JacobPie - and are the concepts that have to be applied (math, physics, etc.) making it more difficult to understand what you're trying to do?
@khaduch Yeah. I'm thirteen, so a lot of this stuff goes over my head. I get frustrated easily and that kind of makes me cave into looking at the solutions. Most of the time, however, I just have no idea what I'm doing.
@JacobPie Programming isn't easy, and many times you many just need more practice and a different perspective. There have been things I couldn't learn from FCC because it wasn't explained in a way that made sense to me.
@NJM8 Like what? Where did you learn those things?
I understand the HTML and CSS pretty well, and I have a decent knowledge of JS. But when I go to algorithms, I just am lost
@JacobPie Just take your time, if you have a hard problem break it down into the steps you know how to do. then keep doing that until the solution presents itself