Course typos and mistakes


#62

Section:

HTML and Web:
Understanding Web Technology - Harvard Lecture

  1. Two misspellings of the word ‘‘Harvard’’.

  2. This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and will in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.

This should read:

This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and will fill in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.


#63

Hi Ivan you have made some mistakes, in the section Understanding If-Else Deeper. You forgot a " ; " at the end of each instructions for each questions.


#64

In “Understanding Web Technology - Hardvard Lecture”, Harvard is a misspelling and also “This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and will in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.”

should read “This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and will fill in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.”


#65

In HTML first exercise:

If you’ve spend hours trying to figure out links in HTML and still cannot get it to work we have a hint for you.

must be:

If you’ve spend hours trying to figure out lists in HTML and still cannot get it to work we have a hint for you.


#66

In

Understanding Web Technology - Hardvard Lecture

This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and will in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.

should be:

This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and will fill in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.


#67

Hi!

Not sure I would classify this as a mistake but from where I am, it threw me for a little. I am running Mac Air and in working in Atom for the first HTML web page, following the instructions, I was unable to open my project. I finally figured out I needed to ‘leave’ Atom and go directly to where my file was saved in order to be able to open it in a web browser. It could just be me as I am new to this whole programming thing, but just in case it isn’t, maybe this can help another fellow Mac user, should they have the same problem.

Thanks and have an awesome day!


#68

On the HTML and WEB course one part said Hardvard Lecture on the 2nd to the last course. I was thinking maybe its suppose to say Harvard Lecture


#69

The very first video ‘Welcome by Ivan on Tech’ at 2:17 tells people to go to forum.ivanontech.com instead of forum.toshitimes.com


#70

Awesome feedback everyone, we’ll have to hire an intern or something to fix everything :grin: We’re too dyslexic


#71

Perfect job for an intern :stuck_out_tongue:


#72

Not a typo mistake, justa amazed with @ivan mouse calygraphy.


#73

Just in case somebody skipped the beginning section where you have the link to Eloquent Javascript book, it would be nice to have another link in the Reading assignment - Programming section

https://ivanontech.teachable.com/courses/smart-contract-programming/lectures/5110597
Pick up the Eloquent Javascript book and read the following chapters:


#74

In the Quiz “Reading Assignment - Variables”, I have all answers right, yet receive a score of 6/7


#75

In the jQuery Reading assignment, question number 3 has a plural error… just and an ‘s’.


#76

Hey Ivan. Great course!! Just spotted this…

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Returnning should be Returning :slight_smile:


#77

Javascript Programming - Reading Assignments/Variables - Quiz

The quiz shows a “tick” when an answer is correct, but it appears that for a couple of questions, multiple answers may be correct? So even though all questions were answered correctly, since multiple answers were chosen for those two questions, the quiz states I got 5/7, when it should state 7/7.

Hope that makes sense. Did anyone else have the same situation?


#78

In the Reading for Data Structures - Arrays and Objects “serialisation” should be spelled with a ‘z’ as in “serialization”.

Great Course, Thanks.


#79

Under section “Understanding Web Technology - Hardvard Lecture”

“This is a perfect and fun lecture from Harvard that will recap everything we’ve learned and will in some of the gaps you currently might have about HTML.”

The word “fill” is missing between the words “will” and “in” in the above sentence.


#80

I was just about to suggest a single character change,
“… the code inside the if-clause is not executed …”
but yours would work too.


#81

I believe ; is not required in JavaScript but is generally used by convention