Crumpacker: Does the first ul have a cl***?
Letlow: Should I give it one ?
Crumpacker: Otherwise how would you differentiate between the two uls?
Letlow: Second UL has cl*** dropdown
Letlow: OH I could do :not.dropdown I guess
Kulhanek: If you want to affect only the outside li
Boody: Do .whatever-outside-element-is ul li
Letlow: Ahh I need the child selector TWICE
Letlow: I was only doing it once
Letlow: So nav ul li means li in ALL Uls in nav lol? and nav ul li means only the li in the first parent ul?
Washum: How do i get chrome to work with media queries the select device min and mix widths ?
Alejandrez: I’m trying to create a dummy-link using css; this is what I have so far: http://jsfiddle.net/sh67ub4o/18/ . any way to trigger the JS while a has pointer-events: none; ?
Mendelsohn: This better isolates the css of interest: http://jsfiddle.net/sh67ub4o/20/
Caraballo: Erm: http://jsfiddle.net/sh67ub4o/21/
Marcotrigiano: Well okay, i’m going to say it anyway. I have a problem with my gulp with postcss. I’m only importing one plugin, csswring and it gives me this error saying
Seckman: Anyone familiar with this issue please!?
Koelzer: I want “.project1 nav” to only show within .project1, but since it’s position:fixed it’s stuck above the preview div, even if overflow:hidden is set. http://jsfiddle.net/8fvkty06/
Kiles: When you scroll, the black circle nav is supposed to transition into the nav with the red circle when you scroll into .project1
Preisser: S/preview div/previous section
Krips: Bprompt: what’s confusing you?
Dunderman: I can clarify as needed
Kilkus: Meese: bear in mind we have not been sitting with you for the last 2hrs, so, we really dunno what is who or for what
Bellingtier: Meese: I see the page, but what you’re asking, sounds very ***ue from here
Bramblett: Bprompt: do you see how the nav h1’s get less opaque as you scroll into the gray box?
Fagerstrom: That is the first nav disappearing under the second section, the gray box
Crisafi: Bprompt: in the css, do you see .intro nav and .project nav?
Padron: I want one to transition to the other as you scroll into the .project1 section
Spartz: Right now, .intro nav disappears behind .project1 its z-index is higher, but .project1 nav was there from the beginning I don’t want it to be there from the beginning
Razze: I want it to appear as if .project1 is its mask
Se: As if it were behind .intro
Heusley: Sort of like http://www.parakeet.co/
Tuohey: Looks like he used clip: rect
Hanacek: I suppose that may be my solution, though I’ve heard its support isn’t too great
Budde: Did anyone offer any advice? had connection issues
Archie: Meese: No, no missed messages.
Winebarger: It looks like the clip property is deprecated, but clip-path is experimental and barely supported
Abramov: Is there a real alternative?
Sawaia: Looking for someone who could optimize my css my nav, i’m kinda new to this and i’m totally lost in my own code :
Byassee: Hello, i’m using autoprefixer with gulp, but for some odd reason it is not autoprefixing!? What could be the cause?
Elvert: Azuk, Please keep all job ads in #css-lance.
Angello: ArchNoob: checked #gulp ? or even #gulpjs
Lougee: Bprompt: thank you. :
Dold: Which program / browser has the best device emulation ?
Teer: I know that foobar=”abc” is a valid selector selects element foo with attribute bar that equals sting “abc”, but is foobaz=123 also valid attribute value without quotation marks ?
Morr: Alanjf: hmmmm think so, yes