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Best way of doing that would probably be uploading it to git hub and linking us smile.gif it would also then act as a backup!

(Just remember to remove any sensitive info before uploading anything anywhere!)
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Originally Posted by MaeTroX View Post

Hehe yeah, after I started reading and trying things out for myself it all kind of all just fitted into place and the code was not all that weird as I tought, sure its still a jungle and the biggest issue I have is when I am about to google something, I know what I want to do but I have no idea what its called in the "webcoding language" so some google searches have turned out rather weird but in the end I found it. And after finding the "Atom" editor it helped a bit aswell since it gives me options when I start writing some code and its more like im used to a windows text editor biggrin.gif

If I can figure out how to post the code here it would be nice to hear some feedback, specially on the coding and if there is anything in the code I can remove but still get the same output or if something is just completely useless ( as in the code not doing anything )

Cool! Hopefully this was a good learning experience and you didn't beat your head on the wall too much biggrin.gif
I think that trying to figure out the name of what you want to do is probably the hardest part when you start programming.

Copy and paste works wonders for posting code smile.gif
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Cool! Hopefully this was a good learning experience and you didn't beat your head on the wall too much biggrin.gif
I think that trying to figure out the name of what you want to do is probably the hardest part when you start programming.

Copy and paste works wonders for posting code smile.gif

Hehe yeah baby steps, and youtube helped a lot aswell. And it truly is

Ah, alright. Just seen some fancy post where they hide a bunch text in a "spoiler" tag or something, but I will do so tomorrow when I arrive at work
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Hehe yeah baby steps, and youtube helped a lot aswell. And it truly is

Ah, alright. Just seen some fancy post where they hide a bunch text in a "spoiler" tag or something, but I will do so tomorrow when I arrive at work


You can do:
Code:
[ SPOILER=Warning: Spoiler!]
[ CODE]

--CODE GOES HERE

[ /CODE]
[ /SPOILER]


It'll look like this:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Code:
Peeka Boo!

Just remove the spaces in the tags.


I now wonder if I should have done that tongue.gif
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