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domdag27

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  1. My Portfolio (Feedback wanted please!)

    Thank you! Never was the best writer. As far as the athletics/hobbies, I'm using the site mostly as a portfolio while I apply for jobs. I am interested in freelancing, however, I have not actually gotten any clients yet. I've read up online and a lot of articles suggested putting things like hobbies and interests on portfolios in order to create a brand for yourself and to show people who you are outside of coding. On the other hand, like you said, I have heard others saying keep it 100% related to business. I'd love to hear more opinions on this if anyone else has any to add.
  2. My Portfolio (Feedback wanted please!)

    Thanks guys! Good points. I was thinking something was missing, and a section about the customer plus some better images would definitely be a great touch.
  3. Hey guys, I've been working on this site for a while as a portfolio. I would love to hear some feedback, and ideas on ways I can improve it. Thanks! www.domenickdagostino.com
  4. Dynamic HTML Table That Saves Content!

    I've tested the browser by setting and getting items from local storage between refreshes. I believe my problem is that I was trying to save the entire table as a local storage property. From what I've read, you cannot save the entire table as a property because it is not a string, so you have to stringify it, and then parse it. I think that is the part that I am messing up on. Still playing around with it.
  5. Hey guys, I'm new to programming and I am working on a little project I thought of. I'm trying to create a study logger that you can update and it saves into local storage, so that when you reload the page it saves your old entries and you can view your personal log. So far, I have it working as far as adding/deleting entries. My issue is that I cannot get the table to save in the browser's local storage, I think because it saves an object. I've read on other posts that I can somehow stringify it, and then parse it? But I've tried that and didn't have any luck. I might have been doing it wrong though. Let me know what you think. I am new to programming so I'm sorry if my code is hard to read! Let me know if you need any clarification. I really appreciate any help. I am open to other ways to tackle this project! I really want to finish this. Here's my code if you want to take a look: HTML: <form id="tracker" action="" method="post"> <label>Hours worked:<br></label> <input type="number" name="hours" id="hours"><br> <label>Date:<br></label> <input type="date" name="date" id="date"><br><br> <label>What did you get done?:<br></label><br> <textarea id="accomplished" name="accomplished"></textarea><br> <button id="submit-btn" onclick="localStore()">Submit!</button> </form> <-- Table to display logged entries --> <div class="container"> <br> <h2>Your Log:</h2> <br> <table id="myLog" class="table table-bordered"> <thead> <tr> <th>Date</th> <th>What you did</th> <th>Hours Studied</th> <th>Delete Row</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> </tbody> </table> </div> JS and jQuery: //Stops button from refreshing page $("#submit-btn").click( function(event) { event.preventDefault(); }); //Delete button var deleteBtn = '<input id="delete-row-btn" type="button" value="X" onclick="deleteRow(this)"/>'; //Delete button code function deleteRow(btn) { var row = btn.parentNode.parentNode; row.parentNode.removeChild(row); } //Probably a very inefficient way of adding elements to the table! function localStore() { var hours = document.getElementById('hours').value; var date = document.getElementById('date').value; var accomplished = document.getElementById('accomplished').value; localStorage.setItem("hours", hours); localStorage.setItem("date", date); localStorage.setItem("accomplished", accomplished); var table = document.getElementById("myLog"); var row = table.insertRow(1); var cell1 = row.insertCell(0); var cell2 = row.insertCell(1); var cell3 = row.insertCell(2); var cell4 = row.insertCell(3); cell1.innerHTML = localStorage.date; cell2.innerHTML = localStorage.accomplished; cell3.innerHTML = localStorage.hours; cell4.innerHTML = deleteBtn; }
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