I could maybe use.

Moates: Whats that css pastebin with a dark gray background?

Glovinsky: I’m hitting a bugger of a problem with a WordPress page and I can’t figure it out. I’ve highlighted the whitespace with my mouse to show the issues: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5kq9dgrwvtrf4be/Screenshot%202015-11-05%2013.06.17.png?dl=0

Didway: Can someone give me a hand on how to figure out what’s causing all that extra whitespace in that form?

Ayyad: The source page is here: http://zwift-riders.mobilepress.org/register/

Ramsfield: Chesebro: No not that one

Lessig: A pastebin with the output at the bottom split

Mauseth: My SCSS looks dirty and hacky to me. Is it just me? Is there anything I coudl improve? http://jsfiddle.net/x4qjvnxb/

Okutsu: Https://imgflip.com/i/toeiw

Gucciardi: Hi i have no idea about any html or css, but i have 2 web pages. they both have a table on them. i want to have the tables on 1 page and show them when you press a button to either display table 1 or table 2. i have the code for the buttons to display which table you want but i can’t get it to intergrate with my page in the right place. can someone help

Krishun: The buttons work and the tables show on which button you press, but they dont show in the right area

Tovmasyan: I dont know how to make the css work

Heise: Why isn’t this working? http://jsfiddle.net/

Voltz: Http://jsfiddle.net/bka2dxtp/

Lieuallen: Probably the typo on line 8, missing the {

Mauseth: Bin_bash: that’s just a random stock image :p

Bethell: Is it always required to write CSS transitions for all browsers webkit, -moz .

Lyda: Or is for example: transition: background-color 5s; enough?

Brentson: Truss: http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-transitions

Madkins: So IE the bad guy in here

Reighard: And it will take care of this. And when prefixes aren’t needed anymore in all recent browsers, you can just turn it off/remove it from the build chain.

Homewood: Hello, I have a very weird problem. I have for e.g. div cl***=”el1″style.cool { top: 10%; position:absolute;}/stylediv cl***=”cool”bla1/div /div div cl***=”el1″style.cool { top: 0%; position:absolute;}/stylediv cl***=”cool”bla2/div /div, and for bla1 position:0% is applied, is this normal and how can I avoid this?

Baranoski: Hey, I have a long number that has ellipsis applied to it on small screens, but then I can only see the leftmost digits whereas I care about the rightmost ones. is there a css property that can make the rightmost digits be more dominant?

Soda: Here is even a fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/yh0j5mcn/

Brentson: OnceMe: It seems you are looking for scoped CSS. Are you aware of how stylesheets are normally used with HTML do***ents?

Mokbel: Kinda, how scoped css work?

Strowbridge: Last css style of the same element will override all styles before, I am aware of that

Brentson: OnceMe: I mean that normally you put style in head or use link.

Cadoy: I could maybe use unique ID and do #123 .cool { custom style } #1234 .cool { custom style }

Brentson: Even if you put it somewhere in body, it is still applied to the whole do***ent.

Brentson: It doesn’t matter that you put it inside the div.

Brentson: However if you use scoped CSS, it does: http://html5doctor.com/the-scoped-attribute/

Brentson: But it is not well-supported at all: http://caniuse.com/#feat=style-scoped

Bailey: So what is scoped like solution, which will be supported on all browsers?

Brentson: OnceMe: I don’t know, but even if it was well-supported right now, you would probably be better of using “global” CSS as scoped CSS is only meant for special cases.

Cullom: Yes I have bunch of special cases

Gaucin: In fact each object is a special case

Brentson: Okay well then scoped CSS would be a good solution if it had better support.

Rhule: I could maybe use javascript to append custom styles to style in the top, but that would require more resources from client