Join Justin Putney for an in-depth discussion in this video Implement with caution, part of Problem Solving for Web Professionals.
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- In this video we'll take a look at a working example…and I'll walk you through all the potential "Gotyas"…in implementing this new functionality.…If you want to follow along in the exercise files…I'm in Chapter 8 08_03 in the Start folder and open up…the Index file in the browser.…Then, I'll right-click anywhere and choose Inspect Element…and click on the Console tab.…And, here we can see the output.…We can see that tracking has been initialized,…Slide 1 loaded, Slide 2, and Slide 3.…
Now, for a couple of these we're going to see multiple times…and that's okay.…We're tracking every possible event that's gonna effect…a change in the slide and we just wanna refresh the display…so if we have this little widget that has the slide name…and it gets refreshed with the same content…doesn't really matter.…In fact, if the label is the same coming in as it is…in the widget then we won't waste any time…updating the widget.…But, for right now it's just enough that we have this…content outputting as it should.…If you want we can see it in real time, I'll just refresh,…
Learn to turn your web browser into a code inspector, cope with browser incompatibilities, perform cross-platform testing, and more. Justin Putney gives you the skills you need to address the unique problems in each new project—and ensure the quality of your design and your code.
- Using web inspection tools
- Finding and destroying HTML errors
- Locating missing assets
- Supporting Internet Explorer
- Becoming a Google search master
- Testing with online snippet editors, emulators, and more
- Testing responsive layouts
- Debugging code
- Adding new functionality