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  1. Maybe I did something wrong but... I'm not on the list. https://stats.foldingathome.org/donor/CPBuchholz
  2. You could convert them to a string and split out each character then convert each character to an int and sum them or you can do it mathmatically using the modulus operator '%'. The first way would probably be easier to do... lol. Also, if the sum is still greater than 9 then just do it again if that's the required result.
  3. Just started! Damn she's dusty lol. i7-7700k and a GTX 1080. Built around March of last year. I also told all my friends on facebook so hopefully a few of them will join in also!
  4. Above post and margin on it's own is shorthand and has a few different functions. margin: 10px; //10px of spacing on all sides outside of the element margin: 10px 5px; //would put spacing on top and bottom of 10px and left and right 5px or margin: 10px 8px 6px 4px; //this does the same margin-top: 10px; margin-right: 8px; margin-bottom: 6px; margin-left: 4px; you can also specify them separately with margin-left: 50px; Also why everyone likes w3schools site is beyone me. Mozilla has been much more reliable and thorough for me. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/margin
  5. Maybe it should be E-Sports? lol
  6. I'm a web developer (most of america has seen the stuff I work on lol) and all I can reccomend is pick something and go for it. I just found Scrimba and it looks pretty damn cool. Check out this tutorial: https://scrimba.com/g/ghtml Then maybe find something more CSS focused and finally JavaScript (ES6) After you learn the basics pick a framework that is paired with a decent tutorial. Angular and Vue.js has plenty of tutorials. I'd stay away from React just because it has a more steep learning curve. Vue.js is the easiest to get started with IMO. Just make sure you don't get stuck for too long on pick something out. That's a common problem a lot of people have. Just pick something and go with it or you'll be constantly researching new options. Also, have fun! P.S. Web development is a beast as a whole with a million different frameworks and libraries and what seems like an infinite combination of them to get what you want done (Hence the pick one that will work and go for it attitude) You could research different frameworks and libraries until you die and still have just barely scraped the surface. Enjoy!