I have three seperate.

Balasa: Z1haze: yes, either way will work

Balasa: Im just a pedant about semantics :

Showalter: Balasa, let me ask you: would you rather a. write tons of lines of inline css in each html module which you have to use in their crappy markup/css editors that are web based. or just make everything locally with your own editor and just add a simple jquery line to append your hosted stylesheet to the head

Bance: Thats why i was getting at then

Walat: Obviously b is the better solution for this case, but if you have control over everything you want a

Balasa: I was talking about using link in the body vs. using js to append the stylesheet to the head

Laborn: Well im not a fan of inline css anyway, let alone having it scattered across 10 different modules that i have to edit separately

Skurski: Well clearly thats a nobrainer i thought

Barentine: One last question: type=”text/css” isnt required anymore for html5 right

Schoepfer: Modern browsers can read the files mime type

Hellgren: Cool, just trying to simply as much as i can

Paget: Link rel=’stylesheet’ href=’foo.css’

Paget: If you want, you can even just use the Link header and not add the stylsheet via html!

Paget: Don’t actually do this

Maller: Hey all, i know you can use svg to mask out text over a texture to make it look like the text is fading out, i cant remember how to do it though, and cant think of any google search terms to find a guide. anyone know?

Sathre: Could anyone help me get the my address text to the right of the text area? I cant see to figure this out.

Pollio: Https://jsfiddle.net/ksrror5y/

Hoffine: You mean about the textbox in the red area?

Barrish: Like the rest of the boxes?

Difabio: Directly right of the red box

Sughroue: I have no idea why I couldnt float it left and have it do it that way

Spinar: That text isnt going to be able to fit there? are you sure?

Donehoo: Maybe im not understanding

Lorance: Its the red text area that seems to be causing a conflict with getting the “my address” to display to the right of it

Theden: If i remove it, it dispaly to the right of the “email and phone” text boxes yet they have more width then the prior

Norder: Been spending an hour trying to troubleshoot this lol

Sane: Can anyone help me fix?

Lingelbach: Yeah cam ill do it for you

Smaller: Give me a second im working on something else

Arvanitis: 1cameron: float the thing that comes first in the HTML source order

Arvanitis: Things just float left or right, not up like you’re trying to do

Harbert: I floated the other forms to the left which brought them up in order

Erenrich: How would I get the my address to the right?

Muzzey: Freelancer.com are they any good

Bazarte: Why would we know? Try #css-lance

Poplin: We have to support chrome, safari, IE8+. however when in IE8, we need to hide a div. can I simply use #theDiv { display: none/9; } ? is is this bad for chrome and safari?

Deschambeault: Why is this overlap occurring in chrome and IE http://i.imgur.com/RDsIfeg.png

Crites: Veek, Always provide a link to a *live* page or pared-down testcase so we can see the problem in action. Looking at code or images alone usually isn’t very effective. Also see paste and testcase.

Shanor: Arvanitis, http://www.milleniumdentistry.in/

Whitten: Hmm. ugh. is it slow or somethin

Tanna: Hmm it could be that icon thing

Buchta: Hmm yeah through tor it’s very slow

Bartman: Veek, Preferred live pastebins: http://jsfiddle.net/http://codepen.io/http://paste.asmcbain.net/

Mathes: I have three seperate element in div. I want to set the space between those like A — B — C for this i did a seperation div that wraps those three different elements. But i dont know what to use. Can you give me tips about that? http://jsfiddle.net/2omfq5xj/380/