Top 5 FinTech Pitch Decks That Pulled Millions

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Investing should be more like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Las Vegas. — Paul Samuelson. Hey guys, recently I’ve been dabbling on a pitch deck creation. To create a better pitch deck that will captivate investors and clients alike. Upon reading multiple pitch decks that have been submitted to YCombinator 1 , I’ve concluded that there is a certain pitch deck structure and characteristics needed. For me, I think a pitch deck must contain only the core of what you’re trying to do or achieve. I mean, just keep it short and simple which even a 5 year old could understand. Don’t put any jargon and highlight the important parts like graphs and figures. Anyways, let’s dive on some pitch decks used and created by well known companies in this day and age. Coinbase If you’ve been in the crypto space for a while, I know for sure you’ve heard the name Coinbase. Its one of the top cryptocurrency exchange that is base

Find Unintended CSS Overflow

You can only find truth with logic if you have already found truth without it.
— Gilbert Keith Chesterton.

Hey guys, ever coded an HTML static design site? I’m sure you’ve encountered problems where you’ve just installed some CSS framework then coded some additional CSS files. After you’ve finished the code you run it on a browser then TADAHHH!

There were overflows horizontal and vertical scrollbars. 😁

It’s a bit cumbersome to find where those scrollbar or overflow originated, so that’s what this article is for. In order to find those overflows, here’s a one liner that you can directly paste on your web developer console or just press F12 then the console tab. The console tab is the place where you look at javascript logs (console.log), anyways just copy this then analyze it first before pasting on your console.

javascript:void(function () {var docWidth = document.documentElement.offsetWidth;[].forEach.call(document.querySelectorAll('*'), function (el) {if (el.offsetWidth > docWidth) console.log(el)})})();

Here is the full script which had been beautified for readability:

var docWidth =  document.documentElement.offsetWidth;
[].forEach.call(document.querySelectorAll("*"), function(el) {
  if (el.offsetWidth > docWidth) {
    console.log(el);
  }
});

If you analyze carefully the code, you’ll see that on the first instruction it gets the current document offset width. Then it loops on all selector which are class and id’s, if it found an offending or greater than the offset width it will print that element attributes and location.

That’s all guys!

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