Coding Gossips [OFFICIAL]

For simple centering use text-align: center
Using top and left (only for position absolute elements)

.random{
position: absolute; /*<-important*/
left: 20px; /*x position*/
top: 40vh; /*y position*/
}

You can also use transform but I don’t have much experience with that

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I’m coding a platformer on Scratch…not that I can put the link for you (pCoF) but here’s a sneak peek :eyes:

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If it follows the guidelines, then feel free to share the link here too!

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Okay, sure

(I forgot what the exact guidelines are but I have a general idea)

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Here you go! Hope this helps ^^

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@koiphish hey when you get a chance would you mind updating the community guidelines link in the OP to this one?

Tysm!

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I already got it, but thanks! :smile:

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Well, it looks like I’m coding flood-fill lighting in Scratch.

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It looks nice! Maybe change the font to look a little cleaner?

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I think it looks fine.

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If you have a suggestion for a font from fonts.google.com, I’m open to it. I have a hard time finding a good font sometimes. (I settled on the one you see, though it’s not final)

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Ones that I like:
Montserrat
Roboto
Open Sans
Raleway

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I like all of those. Google Fonts
thats another one and I also like Quicksand

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Maybe use comic sans
Can’t find a google fonts thing but you’ll probably find a woff/ttf file on the internet

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  1. I do a little bit of Command Prompt and Adobe Flash programming
  2. I currently have no new upcoming games, and I’m still making updates on my current StarCourse Game
  3. Not sure about any new tech as of yet…
  4. I plan to be a game developer more than a digital artist. I actually do something as of now, but I won’t go into any detail because that’s way too off topic (except for the “Geometric Code” part, which I sometimes modify whenever necessary).

Fun Fact: comic sans was used commonly in old games

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I think it was designed for Microsoft bob
And then people started hating it because it was too inviting and hence overused

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I agree with that. Quicksand is a pretty clean font that I might use for future things as well.

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idk
just suggesting
Google Fonts, Google Fonts, Google Fonts, Google Fonts, Google Fonts

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What if I did

.body{
position: sticky; /*<-important*/
left: 20px; /*x position*/
top: 40vh; /*y position*/
}

would that work too?

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Not sure lol
Sticky acts like a normal absolute position element I think until you scroll down until it almost goes out of sight them it just won’t exit your screen and gets stuck
Idk

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