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Maybe I've missed it but it would be great to be able to embed or otherwise add our badges to your website in a way that categorizes them. e.g. I display my HTML badge and upon someone clicking on it it will display all the sub-category badges I have, like wise with my CSS badge. When I complete the Web Developer track as a whole It will display that badge with all of its sub badges.
Sure I could build this out myself and download all of the badges and put them on my web host. I just thought it would be cool to have right from treehouse.
I made some edits to fit my needs. I am building my portfolio website now and I have a "resume" page that plays out much like my paper resume but I wanted ot add some interactivity to it and then just hide the non-essentials when in print. this is pretty slick thanks again.
Wow all of these are great I was going to use Riley Hillard's most recent version as it includes CodeSchool as well which is where I started my online classes. However his requires an older version of JQuery and older Bootstrap. I am not sure I have what it takes to rip up his code to update it to Bootstrap 3 and JQuery 2+.... yet.
I don't yet. I 'think' the issue is it looks like the badge size is being dictated by the reportcard.js file. i'll get a pen up asap
OK so I have a codepen but nothings showing up on it (never use codepen before.)
edit:: the PEN is working now, I had to include my HTML pages script in the JS portion of the PEN. http://codepen.io/johnweland/pen/uxyCI