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When a user clicks on the start button the timer should start the clock and when stop is clicked, It should stop. Reset is used to reset the previous time and make it zero.
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- setInterval() – This function helps to do a certain task every given time.
- clearInterval() – This function will clear the interval this is currently active.
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When a user clicks on the start button the countdown timer should start the clock and when stop is clicked, It should stop.
At the beginning of the time it should have certain values to time or you can say it the time from where the timer should start. The Reset is used to reset the currently running timer and make it to specified time.
This is just a short introduction about the projects you can find the project by clicking on the button at the end of this section.
- setInterval() - This function helps to do certain task every given time.
- clearInterval() - This function will clear the interval this is currently active.
After I finished the basic calculator, I decided to add some additional features, such as a memory function and a percentage function. I also created a user interface for the calculator.
4. Building a Random Quote Generator
I was really excited to start working on this project. I had seen a lot of different random quote generators online and I wanted to create my own. I started by looking for a quote database online. I found one that had over a million quotes and I started to input them into my program.
I had to create a way for the user to input the number of quotes they wanted, the font size, and the font color. I also had to create a way for the user to share the quote on social media. I was really happy with how my program turned out.
6. Building a Custom Responsive Menu
The first step will be to create the basic structure of the menu. We will use an unordered list for this. Next, we will add the CSS to make the menu responsive. We will use media queries to make the menu adapt to different screen sizes.
7. Creating a Custom Scrollbar
Creating a custom scrollbar is a great way to add a personal touch to your project. In this project, you will create a scrollbar that looks like a snake.
To get started, you will need to create a new file and add the following code:
<title>Creating a Custom Scrollbar</title>
Next, you will need to add the following code to the body of your document:
<div class="col-md-12 col-sm-12 col-tiny-12 col-xs-12">
Now, you will need to add the following code to the .col-md-12, .col-sm-12, and .col-tiny-12 classes:
Next, you will need to add the following code to the .scrollbar-wrap class:
Now, you will need to add the following code to the .scrollbar-bg class:
Next, you will need to add the following code to the .scrollbar-header class:
Now, you will need to
8. Building a Custom Star Rating System
I have always been a fan of rating systems. I love being able to rate something and then see how it compares to everyone else's ratings. It is a great way to get a consensus on how good or bad something is. I have also always been a fan of customizing things to make them my own. So, I set out to create my own star rating system.
The first thing I did was create a table to store the ratings.
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The next thing I did was create a function to calculate the rating. This function takes in an integer and returns a star rating based on the following scale:
1 star - Terrible
2 stars - Poor
3 stars - Average
4 stars - Good
5 stars - Excellent
9. Creating a Custom Modal Window
In this project, we will be creating a custom modal window. We will start by creating the window itself, and then we will add some functionality to it. We will also create a custom close button for the window.