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Whether as a victim or not, the news continues to push out a negative image of black men as either victims or oppressors

Before we start this, I thought I’d start by saying that this is more a rant than anything and that I will try to formalize my arguments, which will be primarily without sources and purely opinionated.

Let’s start the show….

You ever hear someone start off saying if I had a nickel for every…? …


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just add an id and move your stylesheet to the bottom

So I had a super annoying problem where the drawer button would be overlapped with content

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responsive menu that overlaps content argh

Yep… so I did what any other CS student or programmer would do. Delay everything until I found a solution :)

It only took me 1.5 hours but in the process I learned a few little hacks

Basically, when you are using a CDN, you cannot just simply override the style sheet. The browser will give preference to the style sheet with more specificificy(spelt wrong on purpose).

What the hell is specificity?

official definition and documentation on…


tiny disclaimer: shortcuts are written for windows. Mac guys will need to translate

I admit. I’m a lazy programmer and if I don’t have to make as many movements to get the same work done, I will take it!

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The face I make when I know what to code but then actually have to type it (cred Tom Morel on Unsplash)

As I start to use VS Code more and more, I want to be as productive as possible. One way of doing this is to minimize having to use the mouse. Here are a few shortcuts and snippets I use when I am coding on Visual Studio Code.

  1. Change line numbers:
ctrl + g

This is super handy of course as I no longer have to scroll all the way up with my mouse or my arrow key to a line. …

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