Eddins: Arup_r: that note about coding style is for you then
Eddins: Arup_r: “a point of coding style — might be a good idea not to mix ” and ‘ and always use “”
Bennerson: What are you saying ? I am not getting :
Eddins: Arup_r: so — where are the radio buttons that do not display?
Cheng: In the INVITE USERS section
Eddins: I am saying – compare div cl***=’right-panel’ to script src=”/***ets…”
Eddins: Sometimes you use ‘, other times you use ”
Shiiba: Eddins: ‘ vs ” — what code do you refer to?
Schoolfield: Perhaps, you meant arup_r
Eddins: Arup_r: you have CSS that hides the radios off-screen
Mascio: In HTML I would only use ” for attributes
Harbough: Eddins: Ok. But why then working in firefox ?
Eddins: Arup_r: notice the CSS that I disabled here https://www.dropbox.com/s/5g9nn1vmu7ducdr/Screenshot%202015-09-17%2020.41.25.png
Farquharson: Eddins: from where it is coming,, I just used plain bootstrap
Baumer: Eddins: what should I write there ? The thing is same code working in Firefox
Eddins: Arup_r: if you don’t want the behaviour, remove the CSS. But I’d guess there is some part of Bootstrap likely the bit that ‘replaces’ form elements missing
Pehrson: Eddins: I imagined a solution to my problem.
Stanly: Use two cl***es. Other has transition. Other doesn’t. When menucontainer is already open, the CSS rules with no transition are selected.
Seiders: Is it just me, or is browserstack a pain to use in these days of css animations and video. Very hard to determain if such stuff works nicely.
Wineman: Guys, how do i make a parralelogram w/ offset text?
Aeling: Like this one http://i.imgur.com/Ja9NT8V.png
Montford: Imgur not working in my religion
Payson: Tumminello it’s supposed to have a viewport of 667×375
Tumminello: Had to use -webkit-device-pixel-ratio: 2 to make it work properly
Wetz: So I have two divs and I want to make them both centered to the same point and overlapping, but I also want the parent container to have minimum size of the images
Shindo: Any idea how I could do that?
Bernotas: Hey http://jsfiddle.net/cr5ocjhb/ What is the most efficient / best solution to make the ‘right’ div appear on the same line as the UL with list items? in the right position
Calvillo: Bernotas: http://jsfiddle.net/Calvillo/cr5ocjhb/1/
Calvillo: Bernotas: http://jsfiddle.net/Calvillo/cr5ocjhb/2/
Calvillo: You wont need the floats.
Bernotas: First approach is right
Bernotas: Floated right int he container
Bernotas: Argh seems not yet to be working my website 😛
Raoof: Anyone here use developer tools in ie9 to do any debugging? and know why a cl*** i have, “.img” is no where to be found in the insepector as a css property?
Banner: I dont think IE has much popularity among developers/designers
Raoof: Well of course not, but still gotta make the site look presentable for the dummies who use it as their main browser
Phearsdorf: I’m trying to absolutely position an HTML element on top of an SVG tag given a coordinate pair x, y
Gragg: The do***entation for absolute positioning says that x, y’s context is the first positioned ancestor.
Laplace: The position keeps being placed well below the SVG tag
Kridler: There is no better way than js and absolute positioning for touch + drag on mobile, no?
Domingos: But I bet CSS 5 will implement motion-blur, than we are golden again
Sherfy: Old cartoonist problem, that without motion blur, fast motions are jumpy
Bhatti: If you don’t have insane framerates