Hello guys! I don’t have a specific question about JS , but it JS related. I decided to be a web developer and right now I am studying , but the problem is I often catch myself not being able to understand the JS concept for like 10 minutes , or like not being able to solve the task whitout a hint or a help and after that I just explore everything and write down some things. I don’t really know if I am stressing too much , or this is normal but sometimes I feel like everybody thinks JS is easy , but I get lost in arrays , functions and loops… Is that normal in the studying process ? Is somebody else feeling the same way? I just cannot memorise all the code , methods and syntax … Do you have any tips and tricks how to be effective with my studying? Thank you.
Tips: Just One. Indisputably: The Best Way To Become A Better Programmer is to program…(on a team or by yourself locally with no scaffolding provided by an integrated learning environment (such as codecademy) ) If you were to create a project on your computer within an IDE like VS code and you created a html file a css file and a js file
Thank you for your answer. I am familiar with HTML and Css too . Actually recently I made a project for my school , can you tell me your first impression?
my first blog
I guess I need just to challenge myself more often.
What I like: The color scheme is good. I like how you divided the text into columns. The open sandbox button being fixed is a nice touch. The circular imgs look clean. I like that you clearly have a handle on using some state change stuff in your css. I like that you used an iframe element. This is a very good start.
What I don’t like: The ::hover effects are overused. I find it distracting in your horizontal nav bar. There is a resource that isn’t loading. There is no responsiveness ie the page breaks when i resize the window. (Look into using media queries and responsive css- grid if you haven’t already ) I think that there is too much inline styling going on in your html file. You should put all of your styling in your external css file. When the page is in full screen on my laptop, I have to scroll horizontally to fully see all the content.
Well thank you again for your answer. Right now I am going trough a primer and 30.08 I start my education in WBS coding school, so I guess a lot of things will become easier for me with the time. I will try to follow your advice and take a better look at CSS Layout.
Thank you !
im 13 and ive been coding for 5 years im an advanced js user and i make advanced ewbsites