first page into a tutorial website and its showing me anonymous functions, its striking me as lambdas, does scala have lambdas? if not if I only use one anonymous function in a script, can I call it lambda, or is it a reserved word or something?
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Can I alter elements of a landing page depending on where the user navigates from?
So, I'm new to JS and i'm trying to learn just by creating a project and then implementing it. Right now, I have this idea that depending on where the user comes from within my page, the background or some other elements will be determined by the previous location of the user.
I know I can just create multiple pages, but that seems like hammering a round peg through a square hole.
If you want to know exactly what I'm planning, it will be to display groups of Robert Frost poems based on certain similarities or categories.
I plan on using JS to insert the poems into the page, and of course there's similarities amongst much of his writings. But say I want a link to go to a group of his poems about winter, I want the elements to reflect that. But then, maybe I want to link to a group of his poems about birds, this will contain a few of his winter poems, as well of course. So maybe I want just one page to link to, and the appropriate items are displayed based on the originating link, and not writing and rewriting all of my HTML.
Is this possible?
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