JavaScript Tutorial – Dice Roll Programming For Web Browser Games

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Learn to program dice rolls using JavaScript for web browser based games. Integrate it with basic HTML and CSS or any other complex means of graphical representation you wish to apply for displaying the dice and their values on them.


39 thoughts on “JavaScript Tutorial – Dice Roll Programming For Web Browser Games”

  1. Thanks for the tutorial. But now how do I place the dice roller in a different location? And what if I want a picture to represent the dice roll instead of the number?

  2. I'm trying to convert a php script I did some time go to Javascript. back then place a button that reloaded the page. now I want to add a button to reroll the randomvalue. Since I use CSS dots as indicator for the random value I've encountered an issue I can't seem to figure out (since I'm a newb at JS scripting,) and I can't seem to add "<div class="dieMiddle"><div>" in any way that responds to the random number. I've originally used document.write before I added the function. but that doesn't seem to work once the function was added. And ny similar ways, like in this video doesn't seem to work either… how would i go to be able to show this div with the class that is in the css file?

  3. Hi Adam, I love the Dice role program javascript tutorial that you made. I have a question, sorry for asking this but I am really stuck. How can you make the program remember the totals of the dice role of multiple dice roles?

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