• huge serie thank you very mutch
    now than you took us from a to z in html5 and css3
    what about making a serie how to make a html5 and css3 template but in the safe way
    i mean when you detect a browser can’t use or hasn’t html5 or css3 propriety how to conpensate and fill the gap.!!! with html and css
    i want to see some full projects

    thank you very mutch great work

  • @xXEpicTomatoXx You use the variable by passing it into the parameters. He sets each variable to the id of which it lies in the html file. Then, in the display function, he changes the innerHTML content by passing the variable one, which in this case is now person, and two which is the value, so bucky.

  • Hey Bucky, I like your HML 5 tutorials. Can you please respond to this question. Are you planning on finishing this HTML 5 series before you move on? You have done that a few times and a lot of people dont like that so please respond to this comment.

  • @Slashdog7 His native speaking language is probably not English. He did as well as he could to form an understandable sentence for the information he wanted to supply his readers with. And yes, there was quite some spelling and grammar errors in his comment. But he’s at least trying. Now, I wrote this because I’m tired as hell! I don’t even know why I did this… Been working since 7 in the morning and doing essays and stuff I’m so tired, good night!

  • @xXEpicTomatoXx just like you would any other variable, but these ones can be stored, changes, and kept while the user visits other websites. The next two tutorials should clear things up!

  • Great video!! Please show how the variables are available from another webpage once you have saved the variable. Good job. You make these so simple, no one could misunderstand as long as they watch them.

  • “+” is for String concatenation. So like the compiler (or interpreter don’t know which) knows you can’t add a String and an Integer or other data without a sort of cast. So like:

    var a = 5;
    var string = “Hello World”;
    rightbox.innerHTML= string + a;
    Result: Hello World5;

    rightbox.innerHTML = 5 + “Hello World” + 5 + 6;
    Result: 5Hello World56

    rightbox.innerHTML = 5 + 6 + “Hello World” + 5;
    Result = 11Hello World5;

  • @thester9595
    This happens because it just goes down the “assembly” line in order. So in the first example the “5” was parsed, or converted, into a string. In the second one the same thing happened but after “Hello World” the following 5 was again converted to a string and not added to the number 6. Then 6 is also converted to a string. In the third example 5 and 6 was added then converted a string. Since 2 integers can be added. Then the 6 was converted to a string and added.

  • Could you explain why some keywords are in quotes, and some are not? Like: getElementById(“one”) but getItem(one)

  • This would make more sense if there were two variables called “first” and “last” with the corresponding ids named “firstname” and “lastname” in input tags, both of them type=”text”.

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