The script continuously provides the past-30-days sum of each metric. This data can be used to calculate key metrics for tracking Google Ads accounts, such as click-through rate, daily run rate, and projected monthly spend.
When I created this website, I knew I wanted to make it adaptable. From a common sense standpoint, it doesn't make sense for a website to only look decent on one size of screen when there are so many out there. But given how my nav bar works, resizing it turned it into two rows. I had a bit of a technical dilemma: I could write two hundred different use cases for where to put the little divider things so that they lined up evenly with the browser window size... or I could just code a drop-down. Understandably, I did the latter, which resulted in what I've got now.
When the user hovers over the "Menu" button, it changes color, and when the user clicks on it, a drop-down menu of links appears. If the user clicks a link, they are redirected; if they click outside the menu, it closes. (If you're on desktop, just make your browser window smaller to see for yourself!)
The user can select one of a set of buttons at the top to create a certain type of shape. The user can then create shapes of different sizes and placements by clicking and dragging on the screen.