I’ve been waiting for this side of Mick since I started watching #EastEnders again. Now he’s the tough man they kept referring to. This version of Mick would’ve handled Aidan Maguire much better. — BovaryCee ♋️??? (@BovarysComplnt) September 28, 2018 I have been waiting to see the “tough” Mick Carter …
I’m getting close to finishing my Landing Page project (FreeCodeCamp). I know I’ve said that before. However, it’s taken longer than I expected. Since my last post about my page, I’ve erased and restarted at least three times. I get so caught up on color schemes and animation, that I stray away from my main task. I need to focus on the User Story and demonstrate my current skills. Eventually, I will be able to code a webpage with a parallax image. When the time is right, I will master the interesting animation techniques. But for now, I just need a page that includes a video, a place to insert email, and a fixed top navbar.
Yasss! It took an hour, but I finally figured out my “div” container wasn’t large enough… That meant my icons couldn’t spread out if they didn’t have room. Something so simple! Yet, it took an hour and a Google search before I realized my mistake. My #100DaysofCode is never dull!
I miss EastEnders Denise Fox (Dianne Parish)! How can John Yorke and the writers let this brilliant actress sit on the sidelines? If it was Martin Fowler going through grief, Stacey Fowler would be by his side. Even when Mick Carterwas in his feelings about leaving Shakil behind (Which he got over very quickly…), Linda Carter was there to comfort him.
I was thinking about the effort it takes to blend storylines in soaps as I was catching up on a week’s worth of Corrie and Emmerdale. The producers and writers only have about 30 minutes to tell characters’ stories and to keep us entertained. Coronation Street, Emmerdale, and Hollyoaks have managed to do that consistently. However, my favorite, EastEnders, is still trying to find that “30-Minute Magic”.