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HTML and CSS Tutorial 11 - Password Inputs

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infoboutg tv (1 year ago)
can someone please giv me thw link to thw submit button vid
josh lepak (3 years ago)
I assume magic wall = complicated electronic computations that allow things in and out like a membrane type thing, and that we dont need to know about for our purposes here? I hope?
josh lepak (3 years ago)
2 things I just realized: I like your chalkboard way better than the paint. I get confused between what your drawing that is actually done by html code, and what is just to help understand what your teaching. The other thing is do you have a video on just going over the symbols themselves one by one?? That would be extremely helpful so I know what characters will do things as opposed to just being characters. To me every black squiggle is the same thing: input by my keyboard. But to a computer each squiggle is unique, as well as how the squiggles are both arranged along the individual blips of the squiggle thread. For ex. if I put "10" it has a seperate result from ""10 But both of these things are the same 4 squiggles input by the user. ( I know you actually go over most of this as you go through the vids, but I don't know if you miss things or not since I don't have a reference beforehand. I wouldn't even mention all this long ass commentary except for the fact that I have like 400 more videos to go where this could be a problem.)
Caleb Curry (3 years ago)
+josh lepak I think I get what you are saying...Kinda like you want to know why " does something, but 1 and 0 are outputted to the screen? Or maybe I'm off. haha
josh lepak (3 years ago)
Your rambling actually gives me time to understand the last shit you said before you slam the next shit on. And do my notes, which require dextrously switching between 4 colors of writing utensil.
Caleb Curry (4 years ago)
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Kacy Raye (4 years ago)
Also, do you know if there's any significant security problems with the fact that a user can modify any of the code on the client-side ?
Kacy Raye (4 years ago)
I'll be sure to watch it when I get to the php series.  I watched the first video of it and since you said you'd be using some html I decided to go through your html/css series first :D
Caleb Curry (4 years ago)
No problem.  The video is uploaded now by the way.
Kacy Raye (4 years ago)
Awesome, thanks for replying to both of my comments.
Caleb Curry (4 years ago)
I literally just made a video on this before you commented.  That's cool.  I haven't uploaded it yet, but the answer is yes.  It's more of an issue when it comes to sending the data to a server side programming language.  If a person changes the form, he or she can send data that you may not expect.  Such as changing a radio button to a text box.  It's a fairly easy problem to solve by adding some form validation.  
Kacy Raye (4 years ago)
If I were to make my own website, would there be any way of knowing that someone was messing around with the html or css code on the client-side ?
Caleb Curry (4 years ago)
No, not that I know of.  And if someone does, it's not always maliciously.  I always messed around with others HTML and CSS to improve my own code. 

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