Droopy: using the mouse.

Hoepfner: Dimi1947: what browser do you use?

Lemucchi: Well chrome is stupid, you have to install an extension to view generated source

Lastra: Won’t dev tools help?

Brillon: Don’t know, don’t care

Burbidge: It’s in the generated source, find it how you please :

Summer: Reisio:sorry.cannot find it

Reinier: Dimi1947: install the view generated source extension

Cannistraro: Is it a chrome extension?

Santoni: Reisio:I installed it and nothing happens.

Meints: I click the icon and nothing happens.it is not working.I do not know why

Pouche: I though dev tools could help here

Stupka: Dimi1947 what do you need exactly? the cl*** name that gives underline for 10th, 19th and 23rd day?

Matacale: Pwojtasik.yes and also how it is set

Hulin: For sure it’s that: #full-clndr .clndr-grid .days .day.event .day-number

Zolezzi: And the span gets border bottom

Eichberg: Where is it.I am using dev tools inspector and I cannot find it

Preis: Let me check on chrome, now I’m on safari

Hammersmith: Same on chrome, it shows it

Herrara: Just right click inspect element and it’s here

Mcwells: So far I was using the icon with the arrow to inspect the element.nonetheless.the event cl*** was not showing up

Mckennzie: And I was going to give him some advice how to check the events attached

Roethel: Http://www.nngroup.com/articles/flat-design-long-exposure/

Debruler: Is there an easy way to make it so text within a div doesn’t grow bigger than the actual container to the point where its not contained anymore?

Debruler: Forgot to mention that

Debruler: But still make the text and container grow/shrink of course. It’s just that the text is growing at a bigger rate than the container.

Riva: Can I’ve an input-field in a table?

Aldo: Isn’t there a page, that would show me, what media queries match the device, I am using? I’ve noticed, that my fullhd tablet reports the max-width to be lower than 1024px. Not that I have an issue with that, but to see, what different devices report

Vanboerum: Help I have a fixed div that scrolls off screen

Mowder: I have a nav in a fixed div with overflowY: auto. When I attempt to scroll through the div, the page content is scrolled through instead. The div content disappears as it slides off screen

Vedovelli: Px1mp: http://mediaqueriestest.com/ ?

Settle: Help, overflowY: auto only provides a scroll bar for 2px worth of content, when in reality there’s at least 100px of content not displayed in the view port

Oieda: One must scroll through the entire page content to reveal the remaining div content

Lero: Droopy, Always provide a link to a *live* page or pared-down testcase so we can see the problem in action. Looking at code or images alone usually isn’t very effective. Also see paste and testcase.

Drozdowski: It’s behind a registration wall

Hammargren: Droopy, Preferred live pastebins: http://jsfiddle.net/http://codepen.io/http://paste.asmcbain.net/

Kampner: Bprompt, In order to help, we need a URL to the live site or a testcase that demonstrates the problem. Please don’t make us log in or create accounts. See paste for paste sites

Alesci: Http://

Jiran: Switch browser to mobile landscape, attempt to scroll through menu. Bring up menu via icon in left of header

Parekh: Droopy: ok. then. what’s wrong again?

Sadik: To reach the last menu item, ‘about’, you need to scroll through the site content

Stiles: This is not ideal – the last menu item should be accessible through a scroll bar in the menu div

Lainhart: Well. I guess the menu nav tag

Lank: Droopy: using the mouse middle button, works fine :