Allsup: It works in browser but not from file
Novitski: What does that mean not from file?
Novitski: I don’t see a rule like you said
Novitski: I see .navbar-inverse which sets #da291c
Brehm: Novitski: I mean when I add that rule doesn’t work, I didn’t add that rule on server, the link I gave you is test server, I was trying it on local
Bradd: Novitski: yes I want to set color to #da291c
Novitski: If i’m looking at a page that wasn’t modified at all, how am i supposed to see a problem?
Burbage: Novitski: I updated , probably you can check now?
Novitski: There’s no rule that tries to set the background color to red. the stylesheet of the admin area is different from the main page. you need to figure out your CMS
Walka: If I add background-color property in base file it works but if I inherit module and add this style in new file it doesn’t
Novitski: I can’t help with that
Novitski: Because that isn’t CSS
Buquo: Novitski: thanks for you time
Stealy: Novitski: found it thanks, it was another way to inherit website header, thanks a lot
Saum: How do i fill a page into two colors where one color is 100% of the viewport starting from the top, and then the next 100% is another color
Entrup: I’m not sure if that makes sense
Rawdon: I just see a lot of websites where they divide the content of a website in chunks as seen as each a partial or full 100% of the viewport
Apostol: I tried messing with the height of html by making it 100% and then having divs that are height 200% and 300% with different colors but that didn’t work.
Novitski: You’re overthinking it
Previte: Really need to read a css book after this
Specchio: Novitski, Resources to help you get started: http://hashcss.com/schools/
Orlander: Can someone help me figure out a css problem I’m having?
Santorella: It’s easier to help you if you just ask it. :
Wythe: My primary menu on this wordpress site loads floated left then pops over to the right seconds after page load
Crom: The menu is supposed to be floated right I just can’t figure out why the menu start on the left
Couse: MalditoDev, it’s taking just long enough it seems like there’s an animation/transition on it.
Witts: Which would only take effect if a second value was set on it something to transition to.
Hepburn: I found a selector “#top-header, #et-secondary-nav” possibly around line 221 in main-styles.css that sets a transition on #top-header
Dusik: If you don’t need that, or if you want to see if that’s the cause, comment it out.
Hosfield: Or if not needed nuke it. :
Helmert: Gotcha! thank you I’ll try
Pooni: It could be so things move nicely when the viewport changes sizes, but I don’t know what frameworks/etc. you used so that’s up to you to tell me.
Roider: Hmm. If I make the window small enough it seems like someone turns off the transition anyway.
Hunnicut: Its the Divi wordpress theme from elegantthemes
Bonow: Lol, I think I made it worse
Bucchin: MalditoDev, if there’s still a transition being applied you can select it and apply transition: none; with a more specific selector.
Lobley: If removing the existing one didn’t help
Micheau: I tried to overwrite it with:
Venturelli: Seems like its even more delayed now
Tunnell: And its popping back and forth now LOL
Groeschel: I am learning web design.and i am looking at a quick example page a friend did for me a while back: https://jsfiddle.net/14r5akjj/