BobTheTomatoPie.com: A Website
BobTheTomatoPie (984)

Generators

You can generate excuses and other stuff.

Pie Clicker

I also put pie clicker on this

Enjoy

-BobTheTomatoPie

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johnstev111 (231)

@BobTheTomatoPie 150 lines of code for the clicker? I don't mean to brag, but it's easily done in 20

BobTheTomatoPie (984)

Im not very good at css,js, and HTML yet, so i have to code the buttons individually @johnstev111

DynamicSquid (2012)

@johnstev111 html is like one of those language where even if you don't know any html, you can just look up how to do something and then do it. it may not be the best solution, but it works

johnstev111 (231)

@DynamicSquid Yes, true. W3Schools is my goto place just about every time I make a website

johnstev111 (231)

@BobTheTomatoPie It turns into Italic when you click it. Some JS tricckery. You may see the button slant too

BobTheTomatoPie (984)

im talking about on my website, it was times new romans, but i changed it, did it work on yours, because last time it didn't @johnstev111

johnstev111 (231)

@BobTheTomatoPie Yes! It didn't change to Futura though, it changed to Arial... (Or is that because they are similarly awful? idk)

BobTheTomatoPie (984)

no, Futura doesnt work for you guys i guess, so i made it verdana @johnstev111

johnstev111 (231)

@BobTheTomatoPie You need to use the @import statement on CSS if you are using Google Fonts

johnstev111 (231)

@BobTheTomatoPie You need the @import statement from Google Fonts

BobTheTomatoPie (984)

ohhh, okay thanks for letting me know @johnstev111

BobTheTomatoPie (984)

so its just @import and then the font name @johnstev111

johnstev111 (231)

@BobTheTomatoPie No, the link to the woff2 file

johnstev111 (231)

@BobTheTomatoPie A tip using @import: the url has to be in a quotes and url was to start with http:// or https:// AND www.

johnstev111 (231)

@BobTheTomatoPie Now the site isn't even loading..

BobTheTomatoPie (984)

yikes, lemme know if theres any other possible ways to fix it @johnstev111

DynamicSquid (2012)

@johnstev111 oh thanks :) It'll be done pretty soon

johnstev111 (231)

@DynamicSquid Oh cool :) I spotted it 3 days ago, which gave me inspiration to make mine. ;)

johnstev111 (231)

@DynamicSquid I helped you with your code... did you see?

johnstev111 (231)

@DynamicSquid I have an idea, (i'm working on conversions): Conversions in Night are like this:

int i = (int) true // this gets converted
bool b = (bool) 9 // it's non-zero, so will return true
DynamicSquid (2012)

@johnstev111 oh yeah, haven't though about it yet. should be cool!

johnstev111 (231)

@DynamicSquid That's literally how implicit conversions are written in C#, but considering that Night [email protected] HAVE implicit conversion, that'll be explicit.

johnstev111 (231)

@DynamicSquid Could be a point in adding dsq::squid

johnstev111 (231)

@DynamicSquid I finished the conversions (casts) a few hours ago, don't code them, (if that's what you're doing)