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  1. I took the CSS course about 5 weeks ago, and I replicated all of the code while watching the videos, just like you're doing. Just keep doing what you are doing and it will all work out. I don't recall that there was any code which wasn't coded out in the videos. -Stephen
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  2. Thank you, that is very easy to use, but you should try those suggested by Stephen they are very useful. By doing this I also learned how to pin an extension to the toolbar, so that's a big help.
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  3. I had a difficult time solving this bug, and finally solved it. I'm posting it here to help others who might be struggling with the same situation. Code Source: This code is from the Simple PHP Login System, Lesson 17 & 18. My Setup: Machine: Windows 10 WAMP PHP version: 7.4.9 Code Editor: VS Code Here is my error notice: Notice: Only variables should be passed by reference in C:\wamp64\www\phplogin-parts17-18-projectfiles\register.php on line 144 I got that error message when I tried to register a member. The problem lies in LI
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  4. That's true re the constant practice, and I like the monastic analogy. The master level of knowledge may be a stretch, or may not, but reaching a level of competence that gives confidence enough to make a living from these skills would be an achievement in itself. I need to pay less attention to external uncertainties too such as Covid, Brexit, and in Scotland the threat of a hostile UK government. This isn't really the place for politics so i'll stop there. One thing I'd like is to get to the end of 2021 and think, well that was a bit too beige.
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  5. Yeah, I think it's all about constant practice - which can be tough given there are several coding languages. I've been told that young monks re-read holy texts tons of times in order to memorize them. So, perhaps taking this course once is good, but maybe not enough to reinforce everything to a master degree.
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  6. Hello, I recently joined the community. Nice to meet you all. Visit me at- https://stoutewebsolutions.com/
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  7. Hello, Just want to voice a concern that no one is answering my questions anymore. I think I have put up around 5 questions - only a few have received responses. I'm a little surprised, as my questions aren't novels.
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  8. Hello Jim, I understand your frustration. I was able to get through and understand the CRUD basics course. Yeah, 2 months is a pretty rough response time. I assume you've repeated the CRUD course a few times. If you haven't tried this already, I'd put your code in difchecker (https://www.diffchecker.com/) alongside the code you can download from the course. What I do is find a section that is probably giving trouble - it may be small. I'll copy the code I've written, and then copy the correct course code and paste it alongside one another. I tend to do this only af
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  9. So, about the time when covid-19 started it's mean streak, I decided to pursue my goal of a career change, from pre-school teacher to a full-fledged nerd. Through my life I've been a nerd in hiding so to speak, so I figured out, hey! let's give coding a chance! I found udemy.com and started a masterclass in Java... just to bite off more than I could chew. I followed along the course, to about 60% completion before I realized: I'm following blindly, trying to learn something new, but I'm really not learning "anything". I also realized that the tutor had mad skills when it came to Java, but wasn
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  10. In my understanding these "?" symbols are only used when there is user input.
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  11. Hi Jim, Is the "lastname" column in your "records" database really spelled as "lastname"? Maybe you made a typo. Hope this helps!
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