Willeford: It has to work regardless of their relation.
Falack: They have no relation.
Wlazlowski: They are not siblings at all
Sawczyszyn: But you insisted on + and ~.
Cadieux: If they were somehow related – yes
Osmus: Don’t tell me this isn’t even possible.
Housand: I kept saying they are not related.
Fendley: Oh, right, it does extend to other groups as long as they match the ordering
Coladonato: Undrinkablesoup I’d go with jquery for it
Osaile: I had it in my head that it went from the initial declaration to the final occurrence of that element within the only group it’s declared for
Tsou: Probably because i tend to use ID as the parent
Kolwyck: Real JS to the rescue.
Whitchurch: Undrinkablesoup hmm maybe something like this? http://jsfiddle.net/1oo1psao/5/
Raimer: Ahh, just giving some parent element display: flex already makes the whole look nicer 😀
Longendyke: Scot: that’s smart – didn’t think of that
Goyer: How’s the browser support on that – do you know?
Sau: Scot: Already implemented it in JS, although I’m having some issues.
Hasek: Namely, there is no “not hovering” CSS “action”.
Milewski: So once I’ve done foo.display = ‘block’; in JS, it’s there forever.
Briggeman: I want it to not be visible when a link isn’t being hovered.
Parkers: Just having display: none; in the CSS for the test2 doesn’t work.
Alire: Just for its initial state.
Airington: But once I’ve hovered a link and JS has set display to block, it’s shown forever.
Maresco: The solution is probably stupidly simple, but I can’t think of it.
Bissett: Undrinkablesoup its quite easy with jquery
Christaldi: I’m not using jQuery.
Dansby: Can someone link me somewhere to start changing the shape of a div. like rounding corners or making the div a circle instead of rectangle.
Brzuchalski: TechMonger2: check out border-radius
Mchale: To start learning to change
Deetz: Brzuchalski, so what is the webkit prefix?
Brzuchalski: Don’t think there is one
Brzuchalski: Or its not needed anymore
Magg: I think its for legacy compatibility
Neugin: TechMonger you can check http://shouldiprefix.com/
Ruelle: I cant make a circle like this can i?
Brzuchalski: TechMonger2: http://caniuse.com/#feat=border-radius no one prefixes anymore
Laven: So what about a circle div?
Ellenberg: Its a vid gaming term
Brzuchalski: Oh, not my area of expertise :
Brzuchalski: Also op means something different on discussion :p
Chauvette: And on forums its original poster
Jory: Lol who knew there could be more than one way to use an acronym
Sees: There are just a few letters on the alphabet to make unique 2-letter acronym :
Brzuchalski: _matix: could you fix your connection please?
Uhler: Discussion=isnt real conversation
Ditchfield: Http://www.cssdesk.com/8ezBx — if you look, the right column extends past the parent #container and I cannot get it to auto-adjust the parent height to match. I have tried adding a div style=”clear: both;” /div to no avail, not sure how to fix this. Anyone?
Generalao: The right column is a float:right div
Kenekham: Here is a better version, added borders and titles so you can see what is what. http://www.cssdesk.com/tqxdz
Hufstetler: The container is what needs to be extending as the content and right column get bigger, but it is not.
Moock: Content = left float, right = right float.