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  1. webmanz

    Getting Loggged often

    Issue is persisting, haven't timed it precisely but estimating at around 15min of inactivity on the course then I'm asked to logo back in. Some sites have 'keep me logged' in boxes to check.
  2. webmanz

    What is wrong with this simple code?

    <h1> is working, you were right its a blank page with title, that's why I couldn't see anything. Thanks
  3. webmanz

    What is wrong with this simple code?

    I can right click on .html file from desktop, but problem is all I see is blank document, I don't see the title saying Javascript.
  4. This did not open in my browser even though saved as html file. <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>Javascript</title> </head> <body> </body> </html>
  5. Difference between these two index? For ( index = 0; index < dogs.length; index + +); and indexOf
  6. Are all objects data types or only array objects?
  7. Can someone tell me why my code didn't produce the same results as in Chapter 7 lesson 4. I only managed to get Loop Count: 10 to appear, I'm not able to get Loop Count: 0 to 9. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <title> Ch7 Javscript Loops</title> <script> function doItAgain(message){ for (var i=10; i>=0; i--) { var target = document.getElementById("target"); target.innerHTML = "LoopCount:" + i + "<br>" + target.innerHTML; cosole.log("LoopCount is now: " + i); } console.log ("End for loop"); var button = document.getElementById("looper"); button.value="Done looping!"; //button.style.fontSize="34px"; } </script> </head> <body> <h1>Looping can make your code spin!</h1> <input type="button" id="looper" value="Do it again!"> <p id="target"></p> <script> document.getElementById("looper").onclick=function(){ doItAgain(); this.style.color="red"; } </script> </body> </html>
  8. webmanz

    What does i stand for in i - - ?

    for ( var i = 10 ; i > = 10 ; i - - ) Why doesn't the i - - end in a semi-colon then parenthesis ? i.e. like this: i - - ; )
  9. webmanz

    Opinions To Dreamweaver

    Is Dreamweaver still relevant?
  10. webmanz

    Divi elementor beaver

    1. Can we say these Wordpress site builders appear to be analogous to Dreamweaver? 2. Who tends to gravitate towards Wordpress site builder's? 3. Are we taught about these site builders or Wordpress in Stef's courses?
  11. webmanz

    What does i stand for in i - - ?

    Could we have used any letter besides "i" and still it work? example: for ( var t = 10 ; t > 10 ; t - - )
  12. What does the " i " stand for in i - - ? Special meaning? for ( var i = 10 ; i > 10 ; i - - ) and is the above same as saying: var i=10; i > 10; i = i - 1;
  13. webmanz

    + target.innerHTML with loops

    3.52 minute mark of chapter 7 part 3 Loops Q1: Why does the + target.innerHTML added at the end (see code below) appear in ascending order on the web page rather than descending like it does in the console.log? I do realize that you can achieve descending result by adding + target.innerHTML in the front to match console.log but I'm curious why when added to the end it gives a ascending order rather than descending order? Here's the code from that lesson 3.52 minute mark of chapter 7 video part 3 Loops: function doItAgain(message){ var loopCount=5; while (loopCount > 0) { var target = document.getElementById("target"); target.innerHTML="LoopCount:" + loopCount + "<br> + target.innerHTML; <------------ referring to this line console.log("loopCount is now:" + loopCount); loopCount=loopCount -1; } console.log ("End loop"); var button= document.getElementById("looper"); button.value="Done looping!"; }
  14. webmanz

    Are there only 4 types of loops in js?

    Before posting I looked at w3schools found 4 same loops, I just thought there might be more, so for now I will conclude that's all the loops there is in JS.
  15. Are there only 4 types of loops in js? Are there more? while, do/while, for, for/in