Latin: Petralba, http://cssmediaqueries.com/
Heckers: Good resource on understanding media queries if you havent worked with them in the past
Pardee: Petralba: Yeah, I know about codepen, etc., but I can’t control what you do with your window and I’m not sure how to display what I want, so building a test case won’t show you what I want, just what I am able to do
Mcfall: I. get. what. you. want.
Mcnett: Petralba: Ok, just want to make sure we’re both on the same page
Alicandro: But i would suggest youcreate a test case
Henman: And have people contribute to your solution
Michalicek: Its easy to say ‘resize the window’
Gianikas: If thats part of the requirement
Maclellan: I just want to make sure that I properly communicate what I want to do
Freudenthal: Where can I read more about prefixes -webkit -moz -ms? like why and when did they add those, a bit of “history” about them.
Gruesbeck: Dang, this is hard to replicate in codepen/non-wordpress
Haner: Is there a way to make a child element that overflows the parent container to make the parent expand?
Adamsen: Jayjo: Do you have an example of what you have? If not, it’s hard to tell what you need to change.
Mausbach: Jayjo it normally expands the parent, but not on all scenarios. can you provide a sample?
Freymuth: Damnit, I have no idea how wordpress does this, so I can’t replicate the situation.
Joor: Let’s say you have a label within a form, in the next div, there’s a row with the plain-text values of those fields. after that div is another row but with the form inputs for that particular data
Bonello: Would you be able to reverse the visibility of those two rows with one CSS rule?
Cislo: Or will you need to do a range selector for visible then next child for hidden?
Mehler: I cant figure out why my holder element have transparent background where the inner object has margin
Mehler: If the inner object have a lot of margin-top, then that should just make the holder element larger, right?
Marrett: Mehler: going to guess you aren’t doing that ↑
Sultemeier: How could I make a “fake address thingie”? You know when you hover over links, in Firefox for example, it shows the address it will go to the in the bottom left/right corner, depending on where the cursor is? I want to make something that looks similar preferably identical which is on top of or nearby the real one.
Mehler: I dont understand why i suddenly come across this issue
Mehler: Been using margins and backgrounds for like two years.
Mehler: Nemo: can you apply “shrink wrap” to my fiddle?
Corella: I can’t even recall the proper term right now.
Mehler: Made another holder container and changed margin to padding and im fine
Mehler: Goes against how i believe margin to be working
Marrett: Mehler: my general policy is not to use jsfiddle for #css questions, and kinda busy, and looks like you figured it out anyway
Marrett: Miklosk: quick glance at your site, I definitely see some use of that
Marrett: For example JS for a fade-in effect that could be done just as easily in CSS