Cragin: Input cl***=”button boxed small” style=’display: none;’ type=”submit” –like this
Cragin: Oops replace none with block
Bronchetti: Daubendiek: i still have no idea whats going on. what is making the search form appear?
Daubendiek: Tucan, input:checked + form
Murriel: Cragin: way http://postimg.org/image/xliifcnqp/ That way
Daubendiek: Tucan, there is a hidden checkbox before the form. When you click the label, that activates the hidden checkbox, and this rule fires.
Cragin: Sonicbit, thanks man also adding to button worked
Bronchetti: Daubendiek: is this common practice? i dont need IE8 support so i think i’ll be fine
Whaley: Cragin: You’re welcome
Daubendiek: Tucan, i use it on my own page, and haven’t loose any customers by using this way, so it is ok.
Cragin: Well crap not out of the weeds yet on the homepage I need to make the phone number clickable on mobile maybe this would be simple html dont know
Daubendiek: Tucan, for more backwards comaptibility reason it also could be: http://jsfiddle.net/k5qzqejv/5/
Bronchetti: Daubendiek: if i wanted a magnifine gl*** icon like the twentyfourteen theme has, i put the image on the label?
Bronchetti: Daubendiek: could you maybe make a jsfiddle where’s there like a logo to the left, bootstrap collapse menu and search thing in the right
Bronchetti: I want it to be identical to twentyfourteen theme
Daubendiek: Tucan, http://jsfiddle.net/k5qzqejv/7/
Sheskey: I have a div I’m translating 50% on the x and y, but because the width is a percentage, if the width becomes an odd number of pixels, my text gets blurry. Is there a way to use a percentage, but make sure the dimensions are always even?
Hamblen: Ollien: I don’t think that’s possible just with CSS, but you could try using “text-rendering: optimizeLegibility;” Don’t know if that’s gonna work, though
Semenick: Bprompt let me see if I can host it somewhere . it’s hosted locally at the moment. One sec
Lauigne: Ollien: or a picture of what you’re after, a quick gif or png will do
Steuart: Sonicbit that makes it better, but not 100%
Yunt: Bprompt with my browser at an even width: http://ollien.com/screenshots/aramaic528261.png
Bushrod: But if I resize my browser 1px, making it an odd width
Minero: Bprompt if you look at the text of “Add image”, you can really see how it gets blurry
Walde: Let me see about getting this up on my vps
Hasley: Ollien: I don’t see why translating a div would affect the text, all translate is doing is moving it to another position, irrelevant of text in it or not, that said, I don’t see the need to use a translate on it either
Schapiro: Bprompt translate makes the modal there centered on each axis
Nary: Without translate, it’s quite a bit off
Ciubal: And I don’t see the width’s percent relevance to the text blurryness either
Brazen: Bprompt if it’s an even number of pixels, it’s no longe ra problem
Bogdon: The percentage is relevant because it makes that the width is constantly changing
Correl: Ollien: still, I don’t see the relevance to the text on that, I’d think is something else affecting it
Wellington: Ollien: Which font unit are you using?
Stephanski: Bprompt yeah. I have no idea. Let me see
Aber: Sonicbit pt, I think. let me check
Mleczko: Sonicbit ah, it’s just a h3, so it’s em
Marchesano: There’s no manual change on that font size
Ellcessor: Em font? thought that was just a unit
Weldy: Bprompt Does he not mean the unit of the font-size?
Wroten: Ollien: I’d think is something else affecting the text though, but not the positioning
Lingad: Bprompt let me see if I can get this online without migrating a database