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theonlychase / 0_reuse_code.js
Created Jul 13, 2017
Here are some things you can do with Gists in GistBox.
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// Use Gists to store code you would like to remember later on
console.log(window); // log the "window" object to the console
theonlychase / add-remove
Created Jan 15, 2018
getElementsByClassName and add/remove class based on scroll position of the page
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var scrollpos = window.scrollY;
var headerShip = document.getElementById("header-ship");
var custLink = document.getElementsByClassName('cust-link');
function add_class_on_scroll() {
for(var i = 0; i < custLink.length; i++)
theonlychase / add-class-on-hover
Created Jan 31, 2018
Adds a class to a child element on hover
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$("li.header-links").hover(function() {
theonlychase / nav-width
Created Feb 26, 2018
Here, the width of the navigation changes based on if the window width is greater than 1024px or less than 1320px
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var winWidth = 1280;
var newwidth = jQuery(window).width();
// Width of Sticky Nav
if (newwidth <= 1320 && newwidth >= 1024) {
jQuery(".sticky-wrap-nav-holder .nav-holder").width(newwidth - 40);
} else if (newwidth <= 1024) {
jQuery(".sticky-wrap-nav-holder .nav-holder").width(newwidth);
} else {
jQuery(".sticky-wrap-nav-holder .nav-holder").width(winWidth);
theonlychase / loop-insert
Last active Jun 18, 2018
Script needed to move only the specific child of each looped element, otherwise it would move every single child element.
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nextQuery("body.nextProductList .tileContent").each(function() {
theonlychase / jquery-snip
Last active Jul 25, 2018
:contains() .closest() .find()
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if(nextQuery('body.nextProductDetail').has('.nextAttributeLabel label:contains("Personalized")')){
function ourSelect() {
nextQuery('.nextAttributeLabel label:contains("Personalized")').closest('tr').find('select').addClass('ourSelect');
nextQuery('.nextWriteInLabel label:contains("Enter Text")').closest('tr').addClass('ourWriteIn');
nextQuery('.ourSelect').change(function() {
function showHide() {
theonlychase / array-some-every
Last active Sep 28, 2018
Actually not a part of ES6. returns true or false
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//Array.some() - will check the data in an array if some meet what you are looking for
const ages = [32, 15, 19, 12];
// is there at least one adult in the group?
const adultPresent = ages.some(age => age >= 18);
//Array.every() will check the data in an array if all of the items meet what you are looking for
// is everyone old enough to drink?
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// All three avoids mutation of the original array
// Map()
const arr = [1, 2, 3, 4];
// takes in the value, the index, and the array itself
const arrTimesTwo =, index, arr) => {
return value * 2;
// Filter()
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// Turns an array into a list of arguments
// The spread operator is used to pass an array to functions that normally require a list of many arguments.
const arr = [1, 3, 5, 5, 3];
const func = (...arr) => {
theonlychase / import-and-require
Last active Sep 28, 2018
Import and export are non-browser features
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// require() is used to import functions and code from external files
// The problem is, if the file is large and has many functions, it imports the whole file. Not handy if
// you're only wanting to import one or two functions.
// ------------ //
// -- Import -- //
// ------------ //
// we can choose which parts of a module or file to load into a given file, saving time and memory.
import { countItems } from "math_array_functions"
import { variable } from "file_path_goes_here" // imports a variable
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