Tech Junkie Blog - Real World Tutorials, Happy Coding!: November 2017

Monday, November 27, 2017

Since CSS does not live in an island no technology does.  It has to interact with it's neighbor HTML on a regular basis.  In the HTML world there's the block-level elements and then there's the inline-level elements.  Most developers could care less what the meanings of these words mean.  For the designers, it's okay they are just trying to make things look pretty cut them some slack :)

First let's look at block elements:

Block elements are needs to stand on it's own, meaning there's no elements at either sides.  They generate a break on the top of bottom of itself.

Here is an example:

The <h1> and <p> tags are block elements.  Even if you write the code <h1>This is H1<h1><p>This is a paragraph tag!</p> in one line next to each other without any breaks.  The resulting respresentation of those tags in the browser would look like this.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Now that we've learned to create objects in all sorts of ways it's time to set and get the object properties that we've created.  In this blog we will go over how to access the object properties either to set them or get them.

First let's create an object that we can work with:

Type in the following code in the between the <script type="text/javascript"></script> tag in an html page.

        var product = new Object(); = "Chai";
        product.category = "Tea"; = "India";
        product.supplier = {
            name: "ACME Tea Of India",
            location: "New Delhi"

If you run the page with the code above you will see the following in the browser console:

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