Bozzone: You could do an :after psuedocl*** and content: “2193”;
Boham: Emaczen you can also do fonticons via placeholder=”
Bodkins: Is it possible to have a div which is position:absolute but increases size depending on content?
Kaboos: Could anybody explain me why?
Marrett: The_Ball: maybe with flex-shrink?
Marrett: Probably not I bet. mixing the two would probably yield wtf results
Marrett: Display: table-cell p’raps
Bonne: Nemo, haven’t heard about flex-shrink
Marrett: The_Ball: I’m gonna bet on display: table-cell
Marrett: In fact, trying it now ☺
Marrett: The_Ball: seems to work.
Seguin: Midori-rus hierarchy affects rendering order, it’s not just z-index that is considered
Marrett: The_Ball: http://m8y.org/tmp/testcase444.xhtml
Marrett: The_Ball: well. actually.
Marrett: Table-cell seems to do jack squat
Marrett: The positioned block already shrinkwraps to content width?
Marrett: Http://m8y.org/tmp/testcase445.xhtml without display: table-cell
Nadelbach: Hmm, mine goes 100% width but could be inherited
Goodall: Do you guys know if there are docs for word-break: break-word ?
Marrett: Ravenzz: you mean word-wrap no?
Everett: Nemo: no, word-break: break-word — the non standard prop for webkit
Kyung: There is no reference for break-word :
Marrett: There is in word-wrap 😝
Marrett: No mention of break-word in spec
Marrett: Linked off the dev mo site, although someone *****ed up the link. gotta fix that
Marrett: Ravenzz: soooo are you sure this thing even exists
Marrett: Why would you use it then? O_o
Vandenberghe: Nemo: https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=145378
Marrett: A mysterious, undo***ented non-standard property
Marrett: Ravenzz: reading that bug, it sounds like word-break: break-word == word-wrap: break-word in chrome
Marrett: Ravenzz: as if it is some odd typo combination
Marrett: So damned if I can figure out why you’d ever do that
Marrett: Unless you were trying to trigger bug behaviour
Paulin: Can you guys stop arguing
Dechant: Its tearing this family apart
Barnas: Nemo: I asked if anyone knows about docs
Crosbie: I didn’t say I am using it
Karmely: Docs that describes why it exists and what it is for
Marrett: Well, reading that bug it sounds like maybe someone put it in there to handle buggy CSS
Marrett: Other than that, going to go w/ “human error”
Marrett: Ravenzz: that bug also says it is treated identically to the correct syntax, which would play into “working around human error”
Marrett: I can’t imagine there’d be any more of a doc than that
Chihak: Thanks for your *help*
Pellin: Is it possible to make ul’s list-style-type align to the top of li’s
Cozzi: Plamb you mean only the list style type aligning as if it has no margin or padding on the LI, but not the LI text?
Akard: It shows numbers or bullets to the left
Brigance: But they’re aligned to the middle of my li elements
Haer: Can you post a fiddle or something?