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      Talk about promoting on the Web using social media sites like Facebook, twitter, Pinterest and good old email.

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      This forum is about entrepreneurship - the process of designing, launching and running a new business. 

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      I get career questions, every so often, so if you have coding, programming or business related career and freelancing questions, this is the forum!

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      The place to talk about your cat, favorite coffee ... anything really! It's the OPEN forum after all! :D

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      No web design question is too simple - for total beginners! :D

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      Post questions on: HTML and HTML5. Modern web designers don't use XHTML in 2017 ... XHTML retired to Florida in 2012. ;)

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      Inspire your students as they learn to build websites with real-world code! StudioWeb is used in schools around the world to help teach:

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    4. General Programming

      This is the place to ask about:

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      If you are new to Ruby, this is the forum for you. If you are an old Ruby master, then please help!! :)

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      Cyber security, also referred to as information technology security, focuses on protecting computers, networks, programs, and data from unintended or unauthorized access, change, or destruction.

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      A place to post full time jobs, contract work or any specific web design and web programming projects where you need to hire a web professional.

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    • Choosing the right eCommerce platform is really a daunting decision. So, I'm going to share with you multiple effective platforms on the basis of popularity, overall reputation, features, customer service, pricing, and ease of use.
      Here are the necessary eCommerce platforms are Shopify, Wix, Bigcommerce, Squarespace, Weebly, Volusion, and GoDaddy.
      Shopify (Best All-around e-Commerce platform)
      Overall rating (4.7/5), Ease of use (⅘), Multi-channel integration, payment options available for all except Square
      Wix (Great value for money)
      Overall rating (4.3/5), Ease of use (3.6/5), No multi-channel integration, Payment option only for Paypal, Stripe and Square
      BigCommerce (Best Inbuilt features)
      Overall rating (4.2/5), Ease of use (3.3/5), Multi-channel integration, payment option available for all
      Squarespace (Best design templates)
      Overall rating (4.2/5), Ease of use (3.4/5), Multi-channel integration, Square and Amazon payment options not available
      Weebly (The one to watch)
      Overall rating (4.1/5), Ease of use (4/5), No multi-channel integration, Apple pay and Amazon payment options not available
    • It's alright, I worked it out with a little help. If anyone's wondering, the answer is in the following line of code: p.innerHTML = "i: " + i + "<br>" + p.innerHTML; I'll explain it with two iterations, in four steps each. Hopefully I got it right, and explained it in non-nerd well lol.   [Iteration 1]
      Step 1. When i = 10, the browser prints the following in the <p> tag: i: 10 <br> Step 2. p.innerHTML (right of the = operator) is empty for now, hence, nothing happens on the screen in this step. Step 3. The printed line (i: 10 <br>) is assigned to p.innerHTML (left of the = operator). Step 4. i is decremented by -1, and now i = 9.
      [Iteration 2]
      Step 1. i = 9, and the browser FIRST prints the following in the <p> tag: i: 9 <br> Step 2. p.innerHTML (right of the = operator), which is now i: 10 <br>, is added after i: 9 <br>, and the browser NOW displays i: 9 <br>i:10 <br>. Step 3. The printed line (i: 9 <br>i:10 <br>) is assigned to p.innerHTML (left of the = operator). Step 3. i is decremented by -1, and now i = 8.
       
    • I expect the browser to print the values from 10 to 1 in an empty p tag using JavaScript, but it's printing 1 to 10. Why does it print above the old line, and not below it? <!-- Button for printing "i" --> <input type="button" value="print i"> <!-- Empty p tag where the values of "i" will be printed --> <p></p> <script> // Function for printing "i" function print() { var i = 10; while(i > 0) { // Grabs the empty p tag var p = document.getElementsByTagName("p")[0]; // Prints the values of "i" on the p tag p.innerHTML = "i: " + i + "<br>" + p.innerHTML; i = i -1; } } // Calls the function for printing "i" document.getElementsByTagName("input")[0].onclick=function() { print(); } </script>   test-standalone.html
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