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Lesson 15: HTML5 Brunch Season 2

Merlin C.
user 9013770
Group Organizer
Boston, MA
Post #: 36


This space is reserved for updates and questions about Lesson 15 of the HTML5 Digital
Classroom
book being used in the ­HTML5 Brunch virtual self-study course.

Thanks,

Merlin Calo
Cap'n Brunch
Bing M.
user 8949830
Raleigh, NC
Post #: 36
Lesson 15 done! Glad to have reached my goal and finished the entire book before PHP Percolate! Season 5 starts (almostsmile).

A note for this lesson...I wasn't able to get the script work by following the instructions in the text. Specifically, .innerHTML == ' ' had to be changed to .innerHTML == ' ' (at several places) for checkers.html to work (on Chrome in my case; IE9 seems to support drag and drop partially but not fully).

A former member
Post #: 55
Regarding the file shopping_work.html, the ondragstart attribute added to the div that has a CSS class called tile_list does not need semi-colon (;) as instructed. it should be <div class="tile_list" ondragstart="dragStarted(event)"­> instead of <div class="tile_list" ondragstart="dragStarted(event);">

Have you got the same issue?
A former member
Post #: 56
Lesson 15 done! Glad to have reached my goal and finished the entire book before PHP Percolate! Season 5 starts (almostsmile).

A note for this lesson...I wasn't able to get the script work by following the instructions in the text. Specifically, .innerHTML == ' ' had to be changed to .innerHTML == '&nbsp;' (at several places) for checkers.html to work (on Chrome in my case; IE9 seems to support drag and drop partially but not fully).


You are right! and this can be found in the checkers_completed file
A former member
Post #: 57
lesson 15 complete: http://html5digital.w...­
Tom P.
tompsubs
Merrimac, MA
Post #: 414
Chapter 15 complete. Exercises here.

Course finished!!!!
Maureen C.
MaureenCiaccio
Marlborough, MA
Post #: 23
Lesson 15 complete: http://www.mciaclesso...­. This was a great motivation to complete the whole book. Thanks for organizing it, Merlin. Now I would like to learn more JavaScript. Has anyone tried Treehouse.com online learning? I am doing one Lynda.com course, but the Treehouse curriculum looks more thorough. Any good books to recommend? (I am fairly new to this, other than the last few chapters in our book.)
Stephen M.
user 11338829
Cambridge, MA
Post #: 12
Lesson 15 completed, posted here.
Bob H.
BobHickey
Dedham, MA
Post #: 42
Lesson 15 complete: http://frogonadog.bye...­
Learned some good things in the past few months. Thanks for coordinating this Merlin.
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