I made a calculator in HTML, CSS, and JS... It's pretty bad I know :(...
I can't even figure out how to make a sqrt work...
Credit to Online Tutorials' tutorial here
If you know how to add different math features then you can also help with the project :D...
I also made a tutorial on how to create the view/hit counter that's inside the project. You can find it here...
Credit to @ruiwenge2 for helping with the DEL button and the footer!
@ReplThatDuck he's not wrong, although the calling out and ganging up is not appreciated...
@ch1ck3n @FlaminHotValdez you both are completely correct but they did change the project and Replit is completely kosher with people remixing projects and posting them, even if it's from a tutorial. If you have ideas about what they can implement then feel free to let them know with constructive criticism! :D
@QuickV I know we already talked about this, but if you wouldn't mind for the sake of clarity put "prominent" credit to the original author i.e. something like:
### Originally Made by **Online Tutorials** [here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhcZh8Bwr30)
to the bottom of your post?
It's pretty bad I know
This is by far the COOLEST calculator I've ever seen on replit. Great job.
@QuickV I can't comment on spotlight pages so to answer those questions (https://replit.com/@cuber1515/DaClock?c=85991): yes, I am a speed cuber my current average is 28sec, bc I haven't done it much lately, and the clock works because I made a variable and assigned it
new Date() which gets the date: year, month, day of month, ect; and time: hour, minute, second, ect. Then you do a lot of coding stuff to get it too make a clock with the current time and make it do that each second (so it can move). I'm not great at explaining it so if your really interested I used this tutorial on w3schools to learn how to do it.
Hey, I made something pretty similar to this from a tutorial I found on Dev.to :). Any chance you found it from a similar tutorial?