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What you should do is make the website a theme for others to use. (Basically allow people to use the css and stuff.) I've been working on an html5 tutorial thing, just like this, but I haven't styled it that good. This would be perfect to use (not gonna use it, unless I really have to and with permission).
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Some HTML, CSS, and JS tips for future reference:
The long list of
<li>s at the start, help's a user naviagate your page, right? That's ususally where we'd ought to use the naviagation tag:
<nav>, and use CSS to make it dsiplay like a list using CSS
display property, I'd reccommend something like this:
Where your HTML would look something like:
For your JS, it's best to never use
And since your variable "
themes" should never change, it's best to use
const, instead of
lastly, It seems like it would've made more sense to use one stylesheet and manipulate CSS variables, as opposed to using whole different stylesheets, but, seeing as you already did it, it would probably be too much work, but after all, it's your choice.
Don't get me wrong, regardless of what I've said, this is still a great website, keep up the good work!
Also, I'd prefer an explicit
window should be only more efficient in defining it, nothing else. It should be much more inefficient to look up and modify the property if it's attached to
@MatReiner That code's still extremely inefficient, using query selector every single run?
How about this:
That's far more efficient, localized, modern JS. Takes advantage of modern strict mode and garbage collection.
We can go further and make this into
<script type="module"> and then remove the
"use strict directive" at the top of the Js for maximum performance and minimal size.
Hey bro this is sick i wish i could program website stuff like this most of the website stuff i do is lame