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Gioffre: Haryv: but your issue looks like a Wamp issue, than a css one though

Navaretta: It is showing the html code

Maietta: Haryv: apache webservers or IIS webservers also show html code and css as well as js, doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s html or css or js, could also be just the webserver

Smolik: Haryv: but markup wise, check your paths, make sure the files and directories have the needed permissions

Dent: Is is generally safe to have all div elements to be a child of the container? I have had issues in the past where the footer did not agree being a child of the container parent

Adamczyk: Http://jsfiddle.net/6bp6ghc3/ no content other then a simple ul menu

Fenton: Haryv: why so many nested elements?

Avanzato: Haryv: so. what’s wrong there again?

Lonero: Ok, does the items need to be nested or can they just be seperate?

Fenton: Haryv: this does not exist: float:bottom;

Fenton: You cannot make up CSS and expect it to work

Wiederwax: So what do you prefer, non nested ?

Fenton: Haryv: make your HTML as complicated as it needs to be, but no more

Epley: But what do you do? non nested or as least as little as possible?

Kvoeschen: Haryv: A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. ~~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery ~~

Coria: Ill try non nested see what happens

Montesino: Haryv: but your css is loading, so, maybe is Wamp

Stormont: No, I tried the same code in jsfiddle and it produced the same result.

Soehl: Haryv: so. what’s wrong there again?

Chatcho: Besides the float: bottom; =

Gietzen: Going to make some changes

Pierdon: Http://jsfiddle.net/6bp6ghc3/ fustrating

Hoppenstedt: Found out some of the issues

Neeson: Man details details .

Coe: Haryv: the devil is in the details, “he” has a hayfork and a pointy tail

Dollyhigh: Is it possible to collapse individual table cells rather than the entire row or column?

Lisi: Nbmatt, CSS ’empty-cells’ property: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/tables.html#propdef-empty-cells

Bustin: What if they’re not empty?

Fenton: Did you adjust their display value?

Stiman: Yeah i set them to display: none , would that trick it into thinking they’re empty?

Damis: Perhaps an image to show what i’m trying to achieve:

Bleimehl: Https://scontent-ord1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfp1/t31.0-8/12182803_10156182558190524_8477904611267323054_o.jpg in the called numbers list, the slightly transparent ones there are considered “uncalled numbers” , while the lit up ones are considered “called numbers” , when hitting the button to hide uncalled numbers, i am wanting it to collapse all the uncalled cells and push the called ones to

Fenton: Nbmatt: that’s going to be tough with a table, where this is relationship with rows as well as columns

Hayertz: Kind of figured, any suggestions on a better method to achieve something like that?

Fenton: The ‘moving to the top’ would not happen with a table unless you did some trickery to make the table not use table layout

Fenton: You could just use a ul for each column, and then the behaviour will be as you want

Men: My problem is I over ****yze and go too deep

Men: Usually hte simple think you dont think of corrects everything heh

Redwood: It was a great day when I started using it over CSS

Aycock: Lost power again! this is the forth time this fall! sure, its nice having trees around but this is getting stupid :

Baessler: Riera: i’m having so many issues trying to compile it lol

Filip: A theme i’m using uses SCSS, never heard of it before, and i don’t have a compiler env set up