Posts by vtimbuc

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vtimbuc
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Now you have one :) Merry Christmas!

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Will something like this work for you https://pin.net.au/, I’ve never used it but I have a few subscriptions that use this payment processor.

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vtimbuc
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Could you also allow admins to edit customers posts?

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vtimbuc
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here’s mine :)

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Hi guys,

I’m working on a website that was build with requireJS, I’ve never worked with this framework and I need to add some inline jQuery code on the file and I can’t get it to work.

<script src="static/site/js/lib/require.js" data-main="static/site/js/ash.js"></script>

The code is being loaded this way. Then I’ve tried to add my inline code like this but none worked.

<script>
require(['jquery'], function($) {
  ...
});

define(['jquery'], function($) {
  ...
});
</script>

Does any one know how can I do it?

Thanks

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vtimbuc
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Awesome, thanks for sharing.

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vtimbuc
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Who stops you from quitting? If you don’t adapt to your clients, I think you got the wrong job.

I’ve accepted the job, like it or not I have to finish it. We cant just quit when we have people and contracts involved. What we can do is learn from experiences and don’t make the same mistake again..

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I hate websites where everything has to be a slider or full of animations. I’m currently doing a website for a big company as freelancer, every single page has at least one slider and lots of animations. The homepage has 7 sliders and 1 of them is fullscreen. There’s not a single day that I regret taking this job :depressed:

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He’s trolling us guys :)

Edit: Or a firefox bug

Edit2: it’s not a firefox bug

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One last bit of fun while I finish typing this up. Anyone care to help me with this math problem:

= math_troll2.png :)

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