Pam: Yeah. It’s called rm -rf / *
Montford: I meant if its WordPress optimized.
Eddins: Montford: ask ##wordpress?
Wielgasz: Pam, WordPress n. IPA: Wɝd•Pɹɛs: A web-based template system enhancing the ability to use copy and paste for people who can’t design a website.
Pam: Are you saying that just to be mean?
Tanke: Pam, Don’t count on it.
Fleet: Hey ; i got css rules #product-options-wrapper dl:nth-last-child1 , #product-options-wrapper dl:nth-last-child2 , but it seems the last dl is effected by 2 and not by 1 ideas?
Miggo: Yeah link would be handy
Carmine: There’s :last-child but :nth-last-child1 should work as far as I know
Witkop: May i pm u ? i want to share my link privatly
Gager: Is it impossible to have opacity on top of another opacity?
Holmstead: Seems they get the same value no matter how
Hamel: The problem becomes visible on phones / in device mode
Feerick: In this case – red border around whole div element, which is actually background
Hugle: Background “above” border
Eagon: I’m doing all of this on Chrome, BTW
Sosnowski: This is weird example – I’m still dreaming about avoiding separate element for arrow
Clyman: Which in actual case consists of two pseudo-elements – leaving me with none to use for the red “bar”
Negro: I’m doubtful there’s any way around this rendering quirk, but worth a try nevertheless
Roewe: Any suggestions will be welcome
Nussey: Is there a difference between default text sizes in Firefox and Chrome? My UI is being displayed incorrectly because it appears that since the text size is larger, some elements containing text are also larger and hence overflow their boundaries.
Denni: To clarify, it is being displayed incorrectly in Firefox and it is fine in Chrome.
Bastida: An example of the elements becoming bigger due to the text size, is that the buttons in Firefox have twice the height as the buttons in chrome because the text wraps to the next line in Firefox because it is larger.
Bohm: Is it possible to hover over an element and then make the transition on another element?
Jadlowiec: Does someone has an idea how to create an “effect” like this with css? i think solving that with images is ugly
Weible: Hi, so lets say i have this list http://pastebin.com/6jNeqh9C where i ONLY want to select the lines called 2010 and 2016, to change their font. what would be an easy way to select those?
Ellefson: How can I conditionally set a property for different browsers?
Capua: What is user agent sniffing?
Mcfarlane: Brzuchalski: Perhaps I don’t need this at all, but for some reason, text-size in Firefox is a lot larger than in Chrome.
Mizutani: Putting text-size: 80% in Firefox, made it render like Chrome — how could I achieve this without detecting the user-agent?
Almarez: Brzuchalski: Yes, font-size — oops
Brzuchalski: Yea, different browsers do render fonts slightly different sometimes.
Baeza: I thought you were talking to yourself
Seright: The names looks so similar
Brzuchalski: You could try different values for font-size, like px or something and see if that helps
Bordi: Brzuchalski: Is this worth detecting the user-agent then?
Brzuchalski: Emaczen: depends how much it detracts from the layout. if no one is going to notice it unless they open it in both browsers, i would leave it