Crumpacker: Lang=”en-us-x-awesomeness” is a valid language tag
Wilchek: Marrenarre Ehh? And wow so I’d have like loginEnglish.html, and loginEspanol.html ?
Chlebek: Pretend I have a policy against PHP, or any scripts. Can only use HTML5 and CSS.
Crumpacker: You could, yes. that would be determined serverside though
Crumpacker: And you could determine it in nginx/apache/whatever your server is, no backend language needed
Mazzarella: LTCD: I don’t care about back-end, but front-end you need separate do***ents, yes.
Meccia: Crumpacker – but how would it know, using an IP? And what if it’s wrong since user used a proxy – how could they then manually change it? Sorry for questions, am from a Java/C background.
Hauch: Unless you use some nasty scripts.
Crumpacker: LTCD: browsers send a list of preferred languages with requests
Hinsey: Okay thanks. If I did some PHP or Java Servlets stuff I could use a cookie or something right, to store their language and redirect as necessary?
Crumpacker: LTCD: probably, i’m not certain though
Awtrey: Selects any element that is not one of the first eight children.
Vielhauer: Http://codepen.io/anon/pen/meomRb shows otherwise
Doop: Ionas: you’re reading it wrong
Bellina: It’s the opposite of what you read it as
Cundy: Remove the :not and it’ll do what you want
Gossom: I want to hide any column that is not within the first 7
Villas: I think there is rather a bug in selectoracle?
Howser: Or I am really not getting the sentence
Fenster: Either you’re reading it wrong, or they have a simple typo
Leomiti: Neither case is interesting
Signorile: Okay but still thanks for pointing out
Somera: That is: you don’t need to detect “retina” or any other devices
Bertels: I doubt that x2 would be defined in the spec. maybe it’ll work when we define something somewhere else?
Mally: Don’t know, don’t care
Treffert: I believe this sort of prefixing is the most compatible way to detect retina displays: https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/retina-display-media-query/
Weintz: But apparently there are 1.3 ratios too, how is it best to handle those? sure i can automate to generate images for 1.3 too but where does it end?
Wueste: Does the the -ms- prefix on rule and property name, that’s MSIE specific, also cover the Edge browser, or does it have it’s own prefix? I’ve googled but can’t find a clear answer.
Milbradt: Alanjf: protip: use an autoprefixer and it will handle all those edge no pun intended cases for you
Kluka: I have two columns i am using bootstrap i would like that these two columns have the same height
Grewal: Hi there. I’m having some trouble with my footer : For some reason at larger screen widths I think 1200px it seems to float left rather than staying in the centre. Here’s the fiddle: https://jsfiddle.net/Jragon/cm2nocj1/1/
Glasgow: Lemondom: Thanks, I’ll keep that in mind. I’m still curious though if -ms- is used by Edge in addition to Internet Explorer, or if it has it’s own prefix.
Arriola: Anyone know if its possible to implement pinch zoom an image for mobile using css that’s cross browser compatible, or is this more something for js?
Olmedo: Mobile devices do that on their own
Norden: Can anyone tell me why I can’t get this to work?
Norden: Specifically the margining?
Norden: Height 90%, width: 90%, margin: 5% 5%;
Ohotnicky: Hey folks, I have an element that appears to be under other elements on ios but on chrome it looks fine
Bucchin: Post it on http://jsfiddle.net
Nasif: What do you guys think? http://dbkaplun.com
Balius: Hi! I have a small query. In this link: https://translate.google.com/#en/ru/I%20am%20from%20Earth In the right box, how is space between span elements of cl*** “hps” bein maintained? Why is there space at all between the words?