Corona: God I dont know why I didnt think about this earlier
Corona: 2hrs scouring the internet to find a solution lol. thx Alexendoo
Goerlitz: I have two right floats and a left float, but the left float won’t start until the bottom of the right float, apparently because of float rule 5. is there anything i can do about this? https://jsfiddle.net/zkb82oqj/1/
Tolosky: What exactly do you want to achieve? jackmcbarn
Corona: Is there a way to make the font size responsive to the size of the div which is responsive itself. Currently I am using the vmax unit vmin didn’t fit in this situation
Corona: Any ways to do that with CSS only?
Behrenwald: Of course, but not the way you think of
Mosena: If you’d be willing to target the device / screen size, yes, but not the div
Otterholt: So, here’s an interesting one, my caret in this example is a css shape. I’ve wrapped it with a gray-background cl***, how can I make the wrapper extend to the edge of the padding of the dropdown? http://codepen.io/Gabrielmtn/pen/VvjRgd
Lossman: Didn’t get what you mean Respek
Fredericksen: Well, I can’t distort the custom-caret cl*** right?
Penney: Else, I will distort the css triangle shape
Gowda: So, my thinking is, wrap the caret, and set said wrapper to be the gray background, only, the background only goes as far as the edge of the padding of the parent it’d seem
Cumens: Czaplewski negative margin perhaps?
Corona: Respek, with my issue, still using the vmax unit, is there a way to limit the text to get overflow outside of the div? and therefore resize itself
Weyman: Czaplewski adding neg margin to the right edges it to the right side, but getting past the top / bottom padding is an interesting issue
Movlin: I’m not sure I understand without seeing an example
Misiak: How do I get the full triangle SVG to appear fully in the background? http://jsfiddle.net/2ks3vwg7/
Chevez: The SVG viewbox is set properly, I have tried background-sizing
Vines: Can someone explain me how to use border-image-slice property?
Bhullar: MLM I don’t think I understand exactly what you’re hoping for
Decrosta: Can you describe the goal more?
Sheaff: Can someone explain me how to use border-image-slice property?
Corona: Respek, http://jsfiddle.net/e4vfoxh6/1/ eventually when full screen, the vmax unit returns too large size and the text overflows the div.
Mehlhaff: I think your best bet then would be a media query which targets larger screen sizes then, and changes your vmax to a different, more appropriate number for that scale
Bucholz: Respek: So that the tiny .asdf div contains the full triangle, not part
Guzzetta: Corona hyphens:auto;
Wert: Czaplewski that’s not very well supported though http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-hyphens
Shackley: MLM dont use SVG for that purpose. SVGs have an viewport property which can’t be changed if you use them as a background image
Corona: Hyphens:auto; ? doesnt that even exist?
Garton: Not in chrome at least
Buchser: Czaplewski: But I expect it to size that image appropriately and show what is in the viewport
Aycox: Hyphens is well suported, for chrome you have to use word-break
Diewold: Why is only a portion shown?
Ryba: Czaplewski well, negative margins and colored borders did the trick, though it’s hackey http://codepen.io/Gabrielmtn/pen/VvjRgd
Kromer: For example, why doesn’t background-size: contain; fit the triangle in the div area?
Dominga: MLM because its an SVG, use an img instead
Filla: This is odd, what’s going on with the left border of the caret? It looks like it’s a sliver at the bottom and top http://codepen.io/Gabrielmtn/pen/VvjRgd
Heuwinkel: I see that this relates: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18836251/avoid-border-overlap-css
Roaf: How can I get unicode characters to display in a text-input?