A Frontend Developer’s Website? [CSS Code Injecting Website!]
OMG TRENDING YAY! This is a kewl little website (and my personal portfolio) that has a very quirky “setup” if you will. Consider checking it out:
Check out the website in fullscreen here
Hiya, it’s Ray! Recently I signed up (or in other words created a pull request) to get a
.is-a.dev subdomain. I really wanted a personal website with a kewl domain hack, but this seemed to be an even better option!
While I was creating my website, I realized Dang, how lame. Static websites are just so reused and there isn’t much special about nav-bars, pagination, and whatnot. I really wanted my website to be unique and quirky, yet still reflect me in some way.
The end product is really amazing and I absolutely love it! I’m still adding more stuff but I decided to publish it because I really like it! I should be getting a subdomain later this week, but for now I named my repl its because it sounds awfully nice to say! Ciao.
Update: YAY I got my domain! https://ray.is-a.dev
i use python
ok....(me looks at the last time in python:
Syntax Errors Galore) lmao
Ok i have to say, someone has to give a CSS GOD Role, and this would so go to you
the one im totally not jealous of because he has a custom domain...
Stats: CSS GOD * 2, so he is larger than a god(titan?)
also... maybe make a site like it has multiple pages, and one of the NAVBARS would have a button saying INJECT, then they would see this.
also plz teach me CSS idk how to.
WOWWWWW!!!! how do you sign up for like a special domain like is-a.dev???
BTW i love ur website its aMaZiNg
CSS is what makes a website pretty, it’s the style of the website.
It’s basically a coding language so it’s typed in words
What I do here is type each character 1 by 1 to the screen and also type it to a
<style> tag in the HTML code which is where the CSS goes to make websites look pretty.
I hope that made somewhat decent sense xD
Swear among the first things that I ever did with CSS was playing with runtime CSS injection, it's still a pretty cool thing to do.
And then you went and pulled that off, looks great!
So... what's the JS stand for?
Well, WebAIM doesn't say anything good:
And your site uses dangerous technology such as innerHTML.
Did you know that I am an expert when working with (modern) HTML, XHTML, CSS, JS, and a whole plethora of web-related technologies?
It seems that your site could use some fixing up, how about we work together?
@RayhanADev I actually took a look at the code, and I'm trying to understand some of this, take this example:
if (data == undefined) res.redirect("/error/dataless"); if (data.profile == undefined) res.redirect("/error/dataless");
How could data ever be undefined?
And if it were, wouldn't
undefined.profile be an error?
well I found that fetch info from GraphQL was tricky that day so sometimes it had a data in data but not data in data.profile and sometimes data in data.profile but not data.comments do you follow?
so, sometimes you had data in one section or another, but not all of them. Okay, that I can understand, but what I don't understand is how all assignments to
data were objects, so it could never become
undefined :/ Is there something that I overlooked?