I'm a complete novice when it comes to HTML5 actions and I'd really like some help trying to figure out a very specific issue if you would?
I have 12 squares (buttons), each button pulls a single random answer from a pot of 12. Each time a single button is selected and the answer is shown the button disappears. So far I have all this working.
The next step is that I want the user to only be able to choose 3 of the 12 buttons - any three, entirely at random and when the 3 have been selected the rest become inactive.
Any help you can provide would really help me,
What exactly are you having difficulty with? Maintaining a variable that's incremented by 1 every time the user clicks a button, or disabling buttons that haven't been clicked?
Thanks for your reply, I was having difficulty disabling the other 9 buttons that hadn't been pressed because we can't determine which of the 12 buttons a user will choose 3 of.
However I managed to resolve this all now, my if conditionals weren't working correctly. I'm not sure my solution is the neatest or most efficient but it works.