Hello I am ReadingSlayer on Hopscotch!! I love coding!! I would like some tips for the forum. Also I got a message saying that a moderator had to approve my posts; what does that mean?
Welcome to the forum!
I think they needed to approve that you aren’t a spam account
silently calls @WynterDiamond
Hola! Me Yamo HopedHoper ¡Please read The community guidelines! Me Speak Espanéol! Hope you have a great time here!
Hello. I’m Kitty4U. welcome to the HS forum. Don’t get lost!
Hello and welcome to The Hopscotch Forum! As @DMF said, a moderator has to check that you aren’t a spam account before you can post without having to wait until your posts will get approved. This shouldn’t take more than a few days though, and your topic has been published, so I think that it is the same with your posts. If you ever need any more help, feel free to tag me by writing like this: “
@William04GamerA”. That will send me a notification so I can help you. I hope that you like the forum!
welcome! i just wanna teach you something i wish i new right when i started. how to say hi without adding something bc of 20 characters. if i say
hi to cheat it and avoid the 20 characters, write gibberish (a lot of it) in these thingys < jeoeuejeiejhsjs> (NO SPACES) but in this thing-< make sure it’s long enough like maybe add 18 letters in there. when doing that, you cannot see it to the right which means u did it and that’s how to avoid it. small text. to write in small text write < small>and write something but make sure it’s touching.( no spaces) and same thing for big. write big in these < > if u have any questions feel free to tag me!
Hi! Welcome – here’s a little essay that I wrote for new forumers:
Welcome!It's a delight to have new forumers come! To get started, browse through some of the topics that have already been created to see what the forum is all about.
Things to remember about topicsSince you've made this topic, you know how to create a topic -- that's good news! Creating topics gives you the power to ask questions about coding! You can also make clubs and collaborations, and get feedback or help with your projects. There *are* guidelines for making topics, though -- here are the main ones, to set you in the right direction.
- Always make topics relating to
- If you like to get input on your projects, consider making a topic specifically for that, versus making a new topic each time that you want to get suggestions
- SBYP, or search before you post. Sometimes when you have a question, it has already been answered! Try searching through topics by clicking the icon up at the top of the page.
How to be a helpful HopscotcherWhen you are on other people's topics -- whether you are helping them out or simply chatting with others (or even learning from others), remember to always be cordial and kind. Even if someone disagrees with you, be respectful of their opinion, and discuss civilly, not irrationally or heatedly. Also, remember to keep your discussion on-topic -- if you're in a coding collaboration, remember to only discuss that coding collaboration, not anything else. Same goes for any other topic.
Places to go when you don't have any ideas for what to codeSometimes, no matter how great a coder you are, you just don't have any ideas of *what* to make! In that case, check out these links.
Rawrbear’s list is an impressively long source of inspiration!
My list is one that anyone can add to – it’s constantly changing.
This is Yusamac205’s topic of creativity – it has a lot of fun things other than coding ideas!
- OMTL: Official Mass Tag List
- THT: The Hopscotch Team
- WIP: Work In Progress
- AI: Artificial Intelligence
- RN: Right Now
- IRL: In Real Life
This is currently a work in progress – you can help out by adding more sections or suggesting sections. I will credit you! Thank you!
Thank you, everyone!
If you need any more help feel free to ask
Okay, I will.
Welcome. I am Kylo Ren. You might’ve seen me in the hit movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens?
I will post questions here as I have already made this topic.
This is the hopscotch forum why isn’t there a ton of coding stuff? I know this isnt coding related and i am participating in clubs not coding related but I thought most of this forum would be discussing hopscotch stuff or coding.
And another question I have is how to use sine & cosine? I am confused w/ this.
& the posting layout looks ridiculous. Don’t get mad at me or anything please.
First bubble is radius of something you make with CoSine.
You need to create value that always increases and put it into the 2nd bubble, so it thing you create with CoSine moving.
Hope this helps! Plus, try to play with them. This helped me to learn CoSine.
I understand now. Thanks for the help!