Captains log. Day 13.

Friday officially marked the end to week 2 of the front-end/back-end immersive development program here at the Iron Yard in Raleigh. To say that is has been challenging would be an understatement but it has come with equal reward. …


Hello all! Currently working on a project for school that involves designing a mock “marketplace” type web-page complete with CSS and JavaScript functionality (haven’t quite finished the JS portion yet, but we’ll get to that later).

I’m having some challenges, however, fully understanding how to best utilize positions, floats and displays in CSS (specifically with individual divs that represent the various items for sale and the product descriptions).

Are there any good resources out there, aside from W3schools and StackOverflow that provide a detailed rundown of the best instances to utilize each? Pretty basic question, I know, but I simply want to make sure I am not creating more work for myself. If you have access to GitHub, my tag is Bubba_Bean and the repository is named “QuickSneakers”.

Welcome any advice and perspectives! Thanks so much!!

Best,

BR


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Probably obvious at this point, but this is my first contribution to the wonderful world of blogging. I am hopeful that by creating and updating this blog, I can further my knowledge as a developer, make industry connections and see new perspectives, and in the long-run explore what…

Brandon Runkel

JavaScript Engineer with a passion for technology and collaboration, looking to change the world, one object at a time

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