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# javascript styling two effects at once

By : David Austin
Date : November 20 2020, 11:01 PM
seems to work fine How about storing that random group of div ID's inside an array? Hope this helps.
code :
``````else if (e.keyCode == '40') {
for(var i = 0;i <400; i++){

var randomSelection=[]; //a new array to store all ID's
randomSelection[i]=Math.floor((Math.random()*1000) + 1))

document.getElementById("div"+randomSelection[i].style.animationName = "Grow";

document.getElementById("div"+randomSelection[i].style.animationPlayState = "running";
}
}
``````

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## Clean skin without any 'special effects' styling

By : Vincent Cheng
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Flatstrap is a third-party version of Bootstrap that fulfills your requirements.
"Sometimes a new project doesn't need rounded corners or gradients. So we decided to get rid of them."

## glmer logit - interaction effects on probability scale (replicating `effects` with `predict`)

By : pskla321
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue To obtain a similar result as the effect function provided in your question, you just have to back transform both the predicted values and the boundaries of your confidence interval from the logit scale to the original scale with the transformation you provide : exp(x)/(1+exp(x)).
This transformation can be done in base R with the plogis function :
code :
``````> a <- 1:5
> plogis(a)
[1] 0.7310586 0.8807971 0.9525741 0.9820138 0.9933071
> exp(a)/(1+exp(a))
[1] 0.7310586 0.8807971 0.9525741 0.9820138 0.9933071
``````
``````   ggplot(newdat, aes(LengthofStay, fill=factor(CancerStage), color=factor(CancerStage))) +
geom_ribbon(aes(ymin = plogis(plo), ymax = plogis(phi)), colour=NA, alpha=0.2) +
geom_line(aes(y = plogis(remission)), size=1.2) +
xlab("Length of Stay") + xlim(c(2, 10)) +
ylab("Probability of Remission") + ylim(c(0.0, 0.5)) +
labs(colour="Cancer Stage", fill="Cancer Stage") +
theme_minimal()
``````
``````> compare <- merge(newdat, eff.m)
> compare[, c("remission", "plo", "phi")] <-
+     sapply(compare[, c("remission", "plo", "phi")], plogis)
> head(compare)
CancerStage LengthofStay  remission Experience        plo       phi        fit        se      lower     upper
1           1           10 0.20657613   17.64129 0.12473504 0.3223392 0.20657613 0.3074726 0.12473625 0.3223368
2           1            2 0.35920425   17.64129 0.27570456 0.4522040 0.35920425 0.1974744 0.27570598 0.4522022
3           1            4 0.31636299   17.64129 0.26572506 0.3717650 0.31636299 0.1254513 0.26572595 0.3717639
4           1            6 0.27642711   17.64129 0.22800277 0.3307300 0.27642711 0.1313108 0.22800360 0.3307290
5           1            8 0.23976445   17.64129 0.17324422 0.3218821 0.23976445 0.2085896 0.17324530 0.3218805
6           2           10 0.09957493   17.64129 0.06218598 0.1557113 0.09957493 0.2609519 0.06218653 0.1557101
> compare\$remission-compare\$fit
[1] 8.604228e-16 1.221245e-15 1.165734e-15 1.054712e-15 9.714451e-16 4.718448e-16 1.221245e-15 1.054712e-15 8.326673e-16
[10] 6.383782e-16 4.163336e-16 7.494005e-16 6.383782e-16 5.689893e-16 4.857226e-16 2.567391e-16 1.075529e-16 1.318390e-16
[19] 1.665335e-16 2.081668e-16
``````
``````> compare\$plo-compare\$lower
[1] -1.208997e-06 -1.420235e-06 -8.815678e-07 -8.324261e-07 -1.076016e-06 -5.481007e-07 -1.429258e-06 -8.133438e-07 -5.648821e-07
[10] -5.806940e-07 -5.364281e-07 -1.004792e-06 -6.314904e-07 -4.007381e-07 -4.847205e-07 -3.474783e-07 -1.398476e-07 -1.679746e-07
[19] -1.476577e-07 -2.332091e-07
``````
``````> compare\$plo-compare\$lower
[1] 5.828671e-16 9.992007e-16 9.992007e-16 9.436896e-16 7.771561e-16 3.053113e-16 9.992007e-16 8.604228e-16 6.938894e-16
[10] 5.134781e-16 2.289835e-16 4.718448e-16 4.857226e-16 4.440892e-16 3.469447e-16 1.006140e-16 3.382711e-17 6.765422e-17
[19] 1.214306e-16 1.283695e-16
``````

## How to shrink element by clicking on it or either of its siblings - vanilla js (may be useful for styling effects or acc

By : DanielRadcliffeBestB
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Finally I found the solution for my problem. I think it would be very useful for accordion element for example. The goal was to have the possibility to increase width of one of elements by clicking on it (class 'open' produces this effect). And then to shrink it either by clicking on this element of any of other two beside it. Having the effect of shrinking the wide element by clicking on other two elements was easy. But to add functionality to shrink it by clicking on itself was quite a gymnastics. Event delegation turned out not to be helpful as I needed to know exact target of the event. Here is what I found working:
code :
``````var panels = document.querySelectorAll('.panel');

function togglePanels(event) {
var target = event.target;

panels.forEach(function(item) {
if(item != target) {
item.classList.remove('open')
};
});
target.classList.toggle('open');
}

panels.forEach(function(panel) {
panel.addEventListener('click', togglePanels);
});
``````

## Styling ul tag and li tags without effects others ul and li

By : pawo38
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . You're misplacing .filter ul note that a . is a class selector. If you want to select an
with filter class then you should use ul.filter
Also for selecting
• you're also targeting the wrong one.
code :
``````ul.filter {
font-size: 12px;
font-family: Helvetica Neue;
border-radius: 3px;
border-top: 6px solid #4b7bec;
border-left: 1px solid #273c75;
border-right: 1px solid #273c75;
margin: 0 auto;
max-width: 750px;
list-style-type: none;
padding: 0;
overflow: hidden;
background-color: white;
}

.filter li.filter-sec {
width: 33.3%;
border-right: 1px solid #273c75;
float: left;
}

#no-border {
border-right: 0;
}

.filter li.filter-sec > a {
display: block;
color: #273c75;
text-align: center;
padding: 5px 16px;
text-decoration: none;
}

.filter li.filter-sec > a:hover {
background-color: #44bd32;
color: white;
text-decoration: none;
}``````
``````<ul class="filter">
<li class="filter-sec"><a href="#">one</a></li>
<li class="filter-sec"><a href="#">two</a></li>
<li class="filter-sec" id="no-border"><a href="#">Three</a></li>
</ul>``````

## Problem in styling while using react-native-textinput-effects

By : agonarg
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . I knew the answer, I just removed the flex:1 from styles.wrapper and everything went well.
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