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Cookiecrumbles222

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About Cookiecrumbles222

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    New comer to building computers. looking for some help. ;).

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  1. Cookiecrumbles222

    Cheapest way to host teamspeak?

    I just prefer teamspeak
  2. Cookiecrumbles222

    Moving from apple to android

    From my personal experience, oneplus is an amazing phone especially for the price so I would highly recommend the 5T its performance, quality, and camera are great! Especially for the price.
  3. Hey, guys, so I want to host my own Teamspeak for the most cheapie way I can I only need about 25 slots, and I want it to have the ability to be a high enough bitrate it doesn't sound bad. I'm fine with uploading server files if I have to if it's cheaper, just whatever costs the least. preferably under $3 a month. I saw some tutorials on this, but they are years old and I don't know if I can trust them because of the recent policy change with Teamspeak. Thanks for any help guys!
  4. Cookiecrumbles222

    JavaScript help

    <!DOCTYPE html > <html> <head> <title>DOM CSS</title> <script> function FormantPage(){ var backcolor = document.getElementById("BGColor").value; var tcolor = document.getElementById("FGColor").value; var tface = document.getElementById("BGColor").value; var tsize = document.getElementById("Size").value; var tstyle = document.getElementById("BGColor").value; document.getElementById("hiii").style.backgroundColor = backcolor; document.getElementById("hiii").style.color = tcolor; document.getElementById("hiii").style.fontFamily = backcolor; document.getElementById("hiii").style.fontSize = tsize; document.getElementById("hiii").style.fontStyle = backcolor; } </script> </head> <body id="hiii"> <p id="hiiii"> Background Color: <select id="BGColor"> <option value="#FFFFFF">White</option> <option value="#000000">Black</option> <option value="#FF0000">Red</option> <option value="#008800">Green</option> <option value="#0000FF">Blue</option> <option value="#F08080">Light Coral</option> <option value="#ADD8E6">Light Blue</option> <option value="#90EE90">Light Green</option> </select> <br/> Foreground Color: <select id="FGColor"> <option value="#000000">Black</option> <option value="#FFFFFF">White</option> <option value="#FF0000">Red</option> <option value="#008800">Green</option> <option value="#0000FF">Blue</option> <option value="#F08080">Light Coral</option> <option value="#ADD8E6">Light Blue</option> <option value="#90EE90">Light Green</option> </select> <br/><br/> Text Face:<br/> <input type="radio" id="Face0" name="Face" value="times new roman" checked="checked" />Times New Roman<br/> <input type="radio" id="Face1" name="Face" value="arial"/>Arial<br/> <input type="radio" id="Face2" name="Face" value="courier new"/>Courier New<br/> <input type="radio" id="Face3" name="Face" value="comic sans ms"/>Comic Sans MS<br/> <input type="radio" id="Face4" name="Face" value="verdana"/>Verdana<br/> <br/> Text Size: <select id="Size"> <option value="9pt">9 pt</option> <option value="10pt">10 pt</option> <option value="12pt" selected="selected">12 pt</option> <option value="14pt">14 pt</option> <option value="16pt">16 pt</option> </select> <br/><br/> Text Style:<br/> <input type="checkbox" id="Style0" />Bold <input type="checkbox" id="Style1" />Italic <input type="checkbox" id="Style2" />Underline<br/> <br/> <input type="button" value="Format" onclick = "FormantPage()" /> </p> </body> </html> Hey, guys, I'm making a website to test out things and I'm trying to make it so you can change the page by selecting things with both radio buttons, dropdowns, and checkboxes. I've got it to work with the drop downs but how would I do it with the other types? Thanks for any help! pic of the site --> https://gyazo.com/a3b90e6ca7eee6fe68dd1325714e232a
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    How to edit css with javascript?

    I fixed the title sorry didn't realize thanks for showing me, and here is a pic of the site I created I'm just trying to learn with this website which method would be best? https://gyazo.com/761d382ee8d752a427acac69d67d318c
  6. Cookiecrumbles222

    How to edit css with javascript?

    Background Color: <select id="BGColor"> <option value="#FFFFFF">White</option> <option value="#000000">Black</option> <option value="#FF0000">Red</option> <option value="#008800">Green</option> <option value="#0000FF">Blue</option> <option value="#F08080">Light Coral</option> <option value="#ADD8E6">Light Blue</option> <option value="#90EE90">Light Green</option> </select> Hey guys how would I give a user the option to edit the style of a page with javascript? so if I had a select list like this ^^ how would I make javascript change the style depending on what they picked? Thanks for any help!
  7. Cookiecrumbles222

    Transferring sim cards?

    Yup an exacting knife and worked thanks!
  8. Cookiecrumbles222

    Transferring sim cards?

    Hey guys I'm trying to transfer a sim card from a Samsung j2 prime to an iPhone but there seems to be a plastic thing around the sim card so it fits in the j2 and with this on it, it can't fit in the iPhone, what's the best way to remove it, I've tried pushing and it dosent want to budge. Is cutting it the only way? Or is there a safe way to do it. Thanks for any help!
  9. Cookiecrumbles222

    Division in javascript?

    function generateDivision() { qnum++; console.log("Question #" + qnum); var d1 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); var d2 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); while (d2 > d1){ d1 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); } while (d2 == 0){ d2 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); } while(d1 % d2 != 0){ d1 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); d2 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); } result = prompt(d1 + " / " + d2 + " = " + "?" ); if(d1 / d2 == Math.floor(result)){ console.log("Correct!"); } else{ console.log("Incorrect!"); } } i understand what it does i just don't know how to include it without being terribly messy like this ^^
  10. Cookiecrumbles222

    Division in javascript?

    function generateDivision() { qnum++; console.log("Question #" + qnum); var d1 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); var d2 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); while (d2 > d1){ var d1 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); } while (d2 == 0){ var d2 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); } result = prompt(d1 + " / " + d2 + " = " + "?" ); if(d1 / d2 == Math.floor(result)){ console.log("Correct!"); } else{ console.log("Incorrect!"); } } ive narrowed it down to this, but how do i make the two numbers divide to = something whole?
  11. Cookiecrumbles222

    Division in javascript?

    function generateDivision() { qnum++; console.log("Question #" + qnum); var d1 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); var d2 = Math.floor(Math.random() * 100); result = prompt(d1 + " / " + d2 + " = " + "?" ); if(d1 / d2 == Math.floor(result)){ console.log("Correct!"); } else{ console.log("Incorrect!"); } } Hey guys i made this and I was wondering how to change it to work for my assignment the instructions are to "When handling the division arithmetic operation, ensure that the second argument isn’t a 0 and that the resulting answer is a whole number (hint: you may find a while loop and the modulus operator “%” useful here)." how would i go about doing that? Thanks for any help!
  12. Cookiecrumbles222

    if statement in javascript?

    Thanks so much!
  13. Cookiecrumbles222

    if statement in javascript?

    Thanks!
  14. Cookiecrumbles222

    if statement in javascript?

    yup that fixed it thanks! and sorry for not doing the format thing idk how to, also how do i random a number between 1-10?
  15. Cookiecrumbles222

    if statement in javascript?

    hey guys really simple javascript question I'm confused on. how do I do something like this in javascript, what am I doing wrong? var a1 = 1; var a2 = 2; var num = prompt(a1 + " " + "+" + " " + a2 + " = " + "?"); if(a1 + a2 = num){ console.log("Correct!"); } else{ console.log("Incorrect!"); } Edit: also how can I make var a1 and a2 a random number between 1 and 10 Thanks!
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