@newtothat Are you asking what algorithm scripting is in general?
I think he might be askign about the code he writes
yes brad usually i learn with youtube tutorials for example im in bootstrap part of fcc and from youtube they teach you how to install and have your own like in your computer
Sounds like that's more environment specific stuff. Its good to know, but FCC wants you to get the concepts down that are more "development" oriented. Plus its harder to teach you how to get a local development environment going, beyond "do this do that"
@newtothat Its just using js to solve algorithms, just like anywhere
ok thank you i thought it is something else that Quincy created
also about bootstrap there are two version 3 and 4
which one fcc teaches and what is the difference?
@newtothat Algorithm coding is a logic to solve a certain problem. Like an algorithm to count to 10. Your JS code which would do this would be a counting to 10 algorithm. (And, you can do it in any language). It's sort of like logic.
@AlvinW89 you know css and html is clear what they do even php
but i still didnt get what bootstrap used for
boostrap is basicly CSS bundled into classes. Look at the files
goto the site and download the files
and look at the code
I usually use material-like stuff
Bootstrap saves you time on writing CSS yourself, and you can change it with your own custom CSS. Example, they have set colors for buttons, if you target the bin-default class with your css you can change the color.
just remember your css must cascade. If you do external links, link bootstrap first then your own personal stylesheet
@newtothat Not to confuse href="/css/master.css” and href=“../css/master.css” do the same, but href="/css/master.css” only works when run on a server
how do i get the string in my span element using jquery
var CheckString = $("span").text();
I tried using the above but no luck
@AlvinW89 even if you download it you have to use links?
i got only a folder from the site
@zootechdrum I believe $('span').text() should work, so something else is polly going on
where i live employer s wants you to know all like xhtml old layout stylings but guys from west say learn new ones so
in turkey employers wants you to know old versions and meantime follow and learn new technologies
I think its fine to use old technologies to maintain existing legacy systems. But If you EVER get an opportunity to provide input to any new project, always try to push newer technologies. Especially if what your using is super old