Why opera browser does not render my website css correctly?

Hi I have my portfolio looks awful on opera, everything is messed up like there is no CSS on it and I want to know why that happens. Note: I used an autoprefixer that adds prefixes for all browsers (https://autoprefixer.github.io/) I have added links to screenshots for my website on both opera and edge respectively.… Read More Why opera browser does not render my website css correctly?

How to Filter Datetime by 'N' minute intervals in R?

I have a datetime column that I’d like to filter down to only contain 15 minute intervals with the first row’s datetime being the baseline. Observe: order_dates 1 2022-08-14 12:15:10 2 2022-08-14 12:15:11 3 2022-08-14 12:15:13 4 2022-08-14 12:20:10 5 2022-08-14 12:20:16 6 2022-08-14 12:20:14 7 2022-08-14 12:25:19 8 2022-08-14 12:25:12 9 2022-08-14 12:25:20 10… Read More How to Filter Datetime by 'N' minute intervals in R?

Flex Box items aren't taking up available space for their row and I don't know why. Codepen with example is included

This is based on Challenge #2 from Keven Powell’s Conquering Responsive Design series. The column on the right has a div that changes the flex direction to "column"; however, the items don’t expand to take up the available vertical space. The items have a limegreen border, but the vert-row div has an orange border. There… Read More Flex Box items aren't taking up available space for their row and I don't know why. Codepen with example is included

Object Promise returned and output rather than value

I have been looking through promise questions for the last hour and am totally clueless so I decided to write a question as I am unable to store the value of the function in a variable without it resulting in a promise. const T = require("tesseract.js"); async function imageCheck(T, url){ T.recognize(url, ‘eng’) .then(out => {return(out.data.text)});… Read More Object Promise returned and output rather than value

Python – Selecting elements of list b containing elements of list a

There is a_list and b_list. We are in the process of sorting out only the b_list elements that contain elements of a_list. a = ["Banana", "Orange", "Almond", "Kiwi", "Cabbage"] b = [["Banana", "Pencil", "Water Bucket"], ["Orange", "Computer", "Printer"], ["Snail", "Cotton Swab", "Sweet Potato"]] c = [] If the first element of list in b_list matches… Read More Python – Selecting elements of list b containing elements of list a

Split String having commas or 'and ' in one string

select split(‘Ben Hobson, Jane McGuire and Kerry McCarthy’,’,’) returns Ben Hobson Jane McGuire and Kerry McCarthy expected output : Ben Hobson Jane McGuire Kerry McCarthy How do I achieve this in BigQuery >Solution : Consider below SELECT SPLIT(REPLACE(‘Ben Hobson, Jane McGuire and Kerry McCarthy’,’and’, ‘,’)) Note that you need to TRIM each name to remove… Read More Split String having commas or 'and ' in one string