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Jan M

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  • neumorphic-google

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    Made with HTML, CSS, JS
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    AcademicCat
    AcademicCat
    7 months ago
    ###### Hello fellow replers! Recently I was reading through @Bookie0 's (sorry for ping just thought I should give credit)repls for inspiration, and I came across the Neumorphic Spotify repl. This repl was partly inspired by that one. To achieve the hover effect, I use the `box-shadow` property with `transition` to make the animation look smooth . I also used `linear-gradient`s to achieve the convex/concave effect. Thanks for reading this far! 📖 That's a wrap!
  • scripture

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    AcademicCat
    AcademicCat
    7 months ago
    Hi there. I just wanted to share a method whereby you can embed replit without the handicaps of the `?lite=true` url ending: - Just embed a team repl (it doesn't have to be yours). - You can go onto any replit.com url after this, just navigate using the website. - Talk also works - including posting, commenting, etc. Hope this helped. Have a nice day!
    AcademicCat
    AcademicCat
    7 months ago
    This is a website I created to represent myself online.
  • texteditor

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    eliasciur
    eliasciur
    7 months ago
    Try W3 Schools, personally idk any JS I just know HTML and CSS.
    AcademicCat
    AcademicCat
    7 months ago
    Hi. So I'm making a text editor in HTML, CSS and JS. Currently, this is how I'm toggling on and off the styles for the **whole** text like this: ``` //italic function f2(){ italic = true; txt.style.fontStyle="italic"; } function f2off(){ italic = false; txt.style.fontStyle="normal"; } function toggleitalic(){ italic ? f2off() : f2(); } ``` There are no issues with this, but I wanted to add a feature where, instead of changing the whole text, change the **selected text**, using something like `document.getSelection();`, or anything similar. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.
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