kandi X-RAY | integrity Summary
kandi X-RAY | integrity Summary
Continuous Integration server
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- returns all artifacts in the directory
- Run the command .
- Fetches metadata from gitlab files .
- Load all projects from the project
- Start a new branch
- Set the builder
- Sends an error .
- Initializes the job .
- Runs a directory in the directory .
- Enumerate string
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Created a server.js which indicates to index.html file.(server.js and index.html locates on the same folder). In that html I couldn't use any styling from external css file or any assests from local storage. But inline css & images from internet is working fine.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 12:36
All of your files are inside
frontEnd folder. Like in here:
Also you don't serve static files anywhere in your code. It should be something like in the docs:
I have customized a progress bar when I scroll down. According to the content the progress bar gets increased with fixed and scroll up the bar get decreased.
When I tried with
position: fixed it is breaking out of the container level. It should come inside the container level with left and right aligned.
Note: I want it to be done in
Thank you for anyone help and time, I appreciate it....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 08:03
The issue is because using
position: fixed takes the element out of the document flow. As such it has no reference to its parent for CSS to be able to calculate inherited dimensions.
In this case you can create the behaviour you require by manually calculating the percentage width as an explicit pixel value using the width of
Also note that the
if condition around the
moveTrackingBar() function definition is redundant and can be removed.
I'm Doing the tutorial (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dam0GPOAvVI&t=2412s) it was working nicely since there was a problem I don't what.When I run the main.py...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 08:54
At the end of
website/init.py, you need to include
I've been playing around with Eloquent for a while, but I met a case where Eloquent::where() is not working as I expected. I managed to get Collection::where() worked instead though. However, I'm still wondering why Eloquent::where() didn't work in my case. I will keep the problem as simple as I can, here it goes:
- I have Product and ProductCategory as many-to-many relationships and the pivot table name is "product_relate_category".
- Here is the relationship between them. It's still working so you can skip
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 05:32
in your where in the query, you have used the column 'id' which is existed in the product_relate_category table and products table, so the database can't determine exactly what column you mean ... in this case you should write the full column name:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 04:11
In the base.html, you've named the block "content". In index.html, you've called it "contend".
It would be nice if Django threw an error when this sort of thing happens - but I think the main reason it doesn't is for adaptability. At a glance it seem you're doing everything else correctly though.
I have these code below, all seems working but when I try to run unit test it returns an error below.
Here is my seeder (this seeder is called many times in different test cases):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-10 at 04:23
Your migration will result in such table:
More specifically, how would I make the height of all columns change automatically to the height of the column with the biggest content?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 18:22
If you want to use it, there is a plugin for just that.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 14:50
Moving from left to right in more the 12 columns is going to be a problem it is possible but it is going to lose form. The best way to keep form is to add code to scroll.
I created a custom graph using Apache ECharts to draw a vertical line from the input data. Following ECharts documentation and some online examples, I was able to draw the line and custom it with color or width as per the MWE below.
My question is how to configure the line style as dotted or dashed. I searched extensively but could not find any options or documentation on that....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 11:10
You can easily make custom dashed line in echarts. You need to pass
lineDash to the graphic element object.
lineDash is stroke-dasharray attribute of
line defining the pattern of dashes and gaps. Pass the values of dashes and gaps in form of an number array.
With the help of the comunity (Thanks all of you !) I manage to create 3 fields at a time in a single row, anytime the user needs it. The thing is that everytime it create the fields, the placeholder is always "Another field". I would like that instead of that says Infrastracture, Time, Monthly Cost", but I have no clue how to do that.
Thank you Kindly !
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 19:13
One options is to pass into your function the number of items you want to create, and pull the placeholder from an array, like this:
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