DubstepCraig, Don’t ask to.

Brosco: How do you use ::-webkit-input-placeholder on a specific placeholder?

Miolen: Tinystoat, https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/

Caposole: Tinystoat: i am sorry for the things i said in the past

Gazzo: I have a circular buttons when number is other then 0 i will do border-style dotted and border-width 2px to see the effect i do when equal to zero how does it look? Not sure this chhannel cover that kind of question http://jsfiddle.net/0wy6zgsu/112/

Augspurger: Tinytoast so where should i start, I mean vanilla css website seems too. is there any docs i should read please?

Bohorquez: Inherit, Resources to help you get started: http://hashcss.com/schools/

Lorentine: How do you use ::-webkit-input-placeholder on a specific placeholder only?

Swatloski: Harrtu232: no need to spam. somebody will answer if they know

Weidower: Does anybody know where i can get this macbook vector image or icon? wordpress-theme/full_screen_preview/11776839">http://themeforest.net/item/ronneby-highperformance-wordpress-theme/full_screen_preview/11776839

Arehart: Mark____: did you check that web site http://www.flaticon.com/packs/fat-icons

Heberlein: How to you style the sub menu is it li li{} ?

Perrodin: First of all, there is hopefully an UL in your markup, not just a LI as shield?

Rutske: Anyhow, sure you want to use a simple selector and nothing too nested, so .list li li is fine for this

Vogts: Or use a more dreamweaver/bem style approach and use cl***es only

Naselli: Anyway, you see that it can be nested this way

Drabant: On the other hand you may not want all sub-items be formatted differently, so a cl*** for the sublist instead auto-styling may be better?

Massman: I want the li to be level with the other li so which selector do i use?

Irvan: Li li{ } ; that dont work

Argudin: The one thing is selecting it

Stuckey: The other thing is then to apply the right styles to it for the visual effect you want to achieve

Hoffer: For example the sub-UL may have a padding, too

Laman: Ul li ul, ul li li { padding: 0; margin: 0; } – a very primitive approach, so you see what I mean

Norstrom: Here’s a site http://www.blijdatzijnwij.nl/ , the whole site is responsive , but the top background thats not responsive when viewed in mobile .

Rollman: What could be possible css to have that image resize nicely for the screen resolutions

Nesland: Can someone see why it’s a light border in the header on mobile chrome? http://crisby.testwebb.nu

Ikuta: Hey, can anyone help me figure out why the sprite for #actionbar .share .icon and #actionbar .library .icon aren’t working but #actionbar .action_item .icon is? https://varmag.com/editorial/margaux-by-matt/ ~ http://imgur.com/a/wDkBM ~ NSFW https://jsfiddle.net/w6dvum14/

Dunnell: If I have an element that sits inside a container that has height: 100% full height of viewport, how do I position the element 10% from the container’s top edge?

Dunnell: I’ve tried using margin-top: 10%;, but that seems more like 20% on the page

Dunnell: So that makes me wonder, exactly what is the 10% referring to in a statement like margin-top: 10%;

Prier: Exactly because it’s margin-top

Christou: Remember the percentage for all margins is taken from the width of the element, not from the height

Areas: Brajt: you mean intrinsic padding-top/-bottom? in relation to element width?

Clukies: So my guess is Dunnell compares the margin-top:10% to height instead

Sheely: Dunnell what about setting it’s height as 90% and positioning it to the bottom margin?

Skretowicz: Does anyone in here want to make a new friend and help a stranger learn something about responsive design using bootstrap? 😀

Zemon: Brajt: box-sizing: border-box?

Stines: DubstepCraig, Don’t ask to ask, or ask if anyone can help. Just ask your question or state your problem and wait. Oh, and be sure to read the channel topic.