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  1. First of all, sorry if this is an inappropriate place to post this thread but I don't really know a better place to post it. This isn't any full time job, more of a partnership. I'm sure for a skilled programmer this would be rather easy.. But I am not one, which is why I'm looking for help.I want someone who can program games, such as a coin flipping game, slot machine game and games like blackjack (although, I have a coin flipping and slot machine game coded, just not by me) and integrate them with the Steam/CS:GO API, allowing users to log in, send CS:GO skins/knives (which can be very valuable) to a bot and then play these games for the chance of winning a lot more skins/knives.If you aren't fully accustomed to the Steam/CS:GO API then there are official Steam API guides. I have a couple more things I would like added which I will discuss if you contact me.Email: csgoroulettebusiness@gmail.comPay: All profits 50/50, a payment at the end could be arranged but I am spending a lot of money on other things important for the website (advertising although it's rather low-key, domains since I'm thinking about switching to a different one, creating a stockpile of skins/knives so that I can actually have the games functioning and not have people spending skins on games with no chance of winning anything and there's more I need to pay for but I hope you understand I'm not just BSing or something). Some of the more popular websites out there already make a lot of money from doing this, so if we improve upon what they've done, add more features, games etc and add a better monetary system, then the pay should be quite a lot, that is if all games/elements are implemented.Why bother helping?: First of all, the domain is already paid for, but like I said, I might buy a new off someone who's selling it. Quite a lot of the website is finished but there's still quite a bit more to do. You get to sleep soundly tonight knowing that you've helped a fellow programmer create something he loves. And, well, all you have to do is do some programming and sit back and watch the money roll in. Might sound too good to be true and although there's quite a bit of programming involved, it really is as simple as that. The websites out there are either basic, scams or just very poor and I hope to change that. I have plenty of new and fresh ideas which would entice a lot of CS:GO gamers and possibly even streamers to my website. I also have a different way for the site to earn money which greatly benefits both the creators and the users.Thanks for reading,Joe
  2. Hello, I have been developing a website for a school project in html, css and javascript. We'll be using the website for an interactive board game. One of the most important elements of the website are the scoreboard and the game questions. The game questions basically give a specific amount of points if correctly answered. The points will then be sent to the scoreboard, and saves it. The scoreboard makes use of cookies to save the data/reset the data. And here comes my problem.. the scoreboard works great in Internet Explorer and Firefox, but not in Google Chrome. I have followed a tutorial on how to use cookies on w3schools (http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_cookies.asp) to help create the scoreboard. The cookies apparently do not work for me when I use Google Chrome, which is very unfortunate. I would really like the website and cookies to be cross-browser compatible, and therefore I need some help. If anyone could help me out, then that would be great! These are my scripts: index.html <!doctype html><html lang=nl><head> <meta charset=utf-8> <script src="cookie.js"></script> </head><!-- dit is jouw hoofdpagina. zie ook commentaar op pag2.html Script toevoegen op al je pagina's bij je hoofdpagina bij de body onload=checkScore() toevoegen--><body onload=checkScore()> <a href=pag2.html>Klik hier voor 10 punten</a><br> <a href=pag3.html>Klik hier voor 5 punten</a> <!-- deze div moet toegevoegd worden op de plek waar je de score wilt zien --> <div id=score> </div> <!-- button om de scores op nul te zetten --> <button onclick="reset()">Reset</button></body></html> pag2.html <!doctype html><html lang=nl><head> <meta charset=utf-8> <script src="cookie.js"></script> <script> var erbij=10; function terug() { createCookie("erbij", erbij); window.location.assign("index.html"); } </script></head><body> <button onclick="terug()">Terug</button> <button onclick="erbij=erbij+1">punten</button></body></html> pag3.html <!doctype html><html lang=nl><head> <meta charset=utf-8> <script src="cookie.js"></script> <script> var erbij=5; function terug() { createCookie("erbij", erbij); //window.history.back(); window.location.assign("index.html"); } </script></head><body> <button onclick="terug()">Terug</button></body></html> cookies.js function checkScore() { var s=getCookie("score"); if (s != "") { erbij=getCookie("erbij"); if (erbij == "") { erbij="0"; } score= (parseInt(s)+parseInt(erbij)).toString(); createCookie("score", score); } else { score="0"; createCookie("score", score); erbij="0"; createCookie("erbij", erbij); } document.getElementById("score").innerHTML="Score: "+score; } function createCookie(name, value, days) { var expires; if (days) { var date = new Date(); date.setTime(date.getTime() + (days * 24 * 60 * 60 * 1000)); expires = "; expires=" + date.toGMTString(); } else { expires = ""; } var t=name + "=" + value + expires + "; path=/"; document.cookie = name + "=" + value + expires + "; path=/"; } function getCookie(cname) { var name = cname + "="; var ca = document.cookie.split(';'); for(var i=0; i<ca.length; i++) { var c = ca[i]; while (c.charAt(0)==' ') c = c.substring(1); if (c.indexOf(name) == 0) { return c.substring(name.length, c.length); } } return ""; } function eraseCookie(name) { createCookie(name,"",-1); } function reset() { document.getElementById("score").innerHTML="Score: 0"; eraseCookie("score"); eraseCookie("erbij"); } All I need is the cookies to work in Google Chrome. Thanks in advance, Es_Dexter
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