Fenton, hm, that’s difficult.

Kirchherr: You could also do a transform and translatey but that would require another parent div :/

Nusz: Because otherwise h1 just moves by itself, not just the text inside of it

Ketter: Bango2: ohh. ok. my bad =

Piersol: Okay, I’ll remove them, but is it table that is causing the problem? I have shared the fiddle with you

Hohman: Id say fixing up your base template to be nice semantical html5 would go a long way to make everything work the way you intend it to, in a minimal amount of time

Dorothy: Tables can have some funky styling, alot of times different than what youd expect, and alot of browsers handle them differently

Monn: The bootstrap grid system is meant to let you have a table-esque layout,

Rumbach: Bango2: I have removed tables. But problem still persists: http://www.bootply.com/IKboG1knOK

Schaffeld: Nehaljwani its wrapping for me in that fiddle

Beesmer: Frenchiie: got picture of what you’re after?

Dargatz: Bango2: I don’t want to hard code width

Dicke: Bprompt: its alright i’ll figure it out. i mean theres multiple ways of doing it, its just i dont know which one to take.

Siliezar: Centered in middle: https://jsfiddle.net/bg2o332f/1/

Goldrup: Bango2: if I change it to 175px, it goes weird

Puetz: Frenchiie: “Would you tell me please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to”, said the Cat. “I dont much care where ” said Alice. “Then it doesnt matter which way you go”, said the Cat. “- so long as I get somewhere”, added Alice as an explanation. “Oh, youre sure to do that”, said the Cat. ~~ Lewis Carroll ~~

Corprew: Nahaljwani, taking out form-control lets it wrap but you lose your form control

Lutgen: So form control is conflicting with your col-lg-5

Bohland: What do you guys think? http://dbkaplun.com

Mangas: Does anyone know how to make a google calendar responsive

Wauford: Nehaljwani form-control is display:block;width:100% by default.

Delosanglel: Without those 2 things, it will wrap

Ramotar: I have tried so many google solutions but none have worked

Rockafellow: So a hacky fix would be to add some !important css attributes

Haggerton: And thats all the time we have, folks.

Skarphol: I found a site it works on but cannot see how it is coded to work as it does on mobile.www.stlukeschool.com/resources/calendar-2/

Woolhouse: Good luck all, peace be with you

Merrifield: Bango2: but the text still goes out of the form-control area .

Wiersteiner: Hi! I’ve got a list of elements where I’ve at least now been able to place a string ::before the first one. sorry, new to this. what I’d like to do is to place a kind of notification box there, i. e. to style that string with border, background etc. my first idea was to put a div with a cl*** there and style that cl***, but that obviously doesn’t work since it appeares ::before doesn’t get included into the DOM. what would be the right idea? I could probab

Pylvainen: Ly come up with an abomination that works, but I’d rather use the “accepted” solution.

Orlof: Hi guys, how do I center child nodes in a # block? text-align seems to work but nested tables and images are still aligned left

Vanalstyne: Inside the div that is

Scofield: Dawik, CSS horizontal centering: http://dorward.me.uk/www/centre/

Mayeshiba: Pikaro, 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.

Foulke: I have a ul element with a few li inside. I want each li element to be a container for a list of datasets. Inside li element first one is a small container that holds 3 strings each on separate line of that li element. How I would do so with css?

Aler: Schneider: what’s a “dataset”? got pic?

Vandesteeg: Fenton, hm, that’s difficult. It’s a CSS for a reddit subreddit – is there some place that has their basic neutral CSS upon which my modifications could be properly projected? or if it’s enough, the sub is www.reddit.com/r/removalbot , you can see the test tag to the upper left.