Get your website indexed by my search engine before released
I am making a new search engine, and would like to index a lot of websites before release, I ran out of ideas so I am asking for all the best repls to index.
Comment your website and I will have it indexed. I did not want to go ahead and share the search engine, so I used a blank repl.
Please upvote if you would like more people to get a chance to get theirs indexed!
While I was thinking of what my first ProcessingJS game should be, I came across yours and then I thought that I could have the gravity strength and direction change randomly at different times. I thought that idea was crazy and weird so that's what I named it. Now I shorted the name to crazy flappy [email protected] I am working on the game right now.
ok, a looked at your code and i have some remarques:
- first coping my 3D flappy bird html and css code wasn't a great start because it's full of bugs that i learned about Later...(that's why some materials and lights doesn't work...)
- second you better use classes that will make work a lot easier for you @hg0428
- i fork it and i fixed those things and i'm going to send the working version right now...
try starting with this https://editor.p5js.org/ i did,(before i knew what is html and css:)) it give you a default html and css that are actually good after you're done just copy the code! and here is my version of you're code:https://repl.it/@potatojs/Crazy-flappy-bird#script.js
just log in change the theme and voila!
@potatojs I get errors when I use more than 2 parameters for sphere.
I get this error when I try to use my program:
script.js:23 Uncaught ReferenceError: CODED is not defined
at keyPressed (script.js:23)
at p5._main.default._onkeydown (p5.js:71786)
keyPressed @ script.js:23
_main.default._onkeydown @ p5.js:71786
@hg0428 sphere is a function that makes 3D sphere, you probably want to make a 2D circle with the function ellipse
detailX,detailY: those are optionelle and a little complicated so if you want a 3D sphere use just the radius :)
for more informations :https://p5js.org/reference/