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Even tho it's outdated, someone who learns JS still can learn alot useful things from these videos, because the js code you show is not only useful for the things shown in video, but many others. Thanks for sharing.
margin-top: "HEIGHT-OF-THE-HEADER" px;
margin-top:"HEIGHT OF THE HEADER + HEIGHT OF NAVIGATION"px;
The tutorial is useful and well done, but Even though I was able to ascertain the .elements you used for Jquery parameters were classes, some might miss that. I also would like to have seen you explain the Jquery function, what it returns if anything and what parameters are acceptable. I will search for it, but next time maybe explain it in more detail.
Keep up the good work.
+AlcatrazLives Ah, great point! I can definitely see setting one element to 100% height minus a fixed amount using calc - great idea! I've been conditioned (tortured) to support IE8 the last couple of years so I sometimes forget about the more efficient / modern techniques :)
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IN THE STUDIO WITH … HAYLEY.
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