@senocular - a while ago, as part of your JS Tips of the Day, there was a clever approach for setting CSS styles on elements that you came up with. Do you remember what that is? I’m planning on revising the old tutorial on this, and I want to include your approach as well.
Hmm. not sure. Do you mean this?
Setting HTML Element Styles
<div id="warning" style="color: red">
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Not sure if there’s anything clever there. I searched through a few of the other tips to see if there was anything else I was doing but nothing jumped out.
Sometimes I will do something like this, maybe something like this is what you remember seeing?
let color = "red"
let fontSize = "2em"
let fontWeight = "bolder"
Edit: I just found a tip that does this ^:
JS Tip of the Day: MutationObserver
P.S. I noticed a few broken links in the Tips page. I didn’t check them all but these are the ones I found that were broken or needed fixing:
Yes, that is it! Thanks
(Regarding the broken links, I’ll go through and see what happened there!)