Stalder: Hey guys https://jsfiddle.net/nb4cenno/ can anyone tell me why this works in chrome and not in firefox? Firefox needs the attributes, it doesn’t use the css styling. ideas on how to override this?
Salyers: Hi guys, how do i switch to MD grid layout instead of LG in bootstrap 3 on 1600px
Shalam: Hi guys just wanna share with you my framework based in atomic design and s***
Valotta: And thanks for your time
Demirchyan: Hi all. What are the latest findings in hiding text using CSS? I use text-indent: -9999 or somthing currently, but look forward to see more elegant solutions
Cambric: Knipper: you’ll find plenty of accessible thingies and techniques all over the place
Passi: But text-indent is fine
Gorter: Will .col-xs-6 be overridden by body .col-xs-6?
Lokey: Because the latter is more specific?
Dorcas: Swander: ah, ok then. Was prepared to hear something like “oh man, you’re using ancient crap!”
Grotts: Jeffreylevesque_: yes, but “more specific” isn’t the term
Tunks: Knipper: everything in ancient on the web
Pizer: Also, is !important called a selector
Mosko: Pizer: it will increase the priority
Dycus: Pizer: nope. It’s called a “never ever in any code ever”
Ladas: It’s a property I guess
Wankum: Hi, how can I center one item, and put another item at the bottom, using flexbox? http://i.imgur.com/klMlqSj.png
Korbel: Xqo: by using multiple flexbox
Thran: TBH you don’t even need flexbox
Dimarco: I just dont want to use position: absolute
Turri: Sticking item2 at the bottom without it is hard
Warntz: You don’t need position absolute
Toups: Xqo: I’d do display: table-cell for the upper part
Aguire: Or any vertical allign technique
Carrier: And plain horizontal centering for the bottom element
Determan: Swander http://nana.io/demo/
Erbst: If i use ~ in a selector, does it descend into the childrens as well? or is it only on the same level as long as it comes after the initial element?
Knuth: That background image does not have to be 800k
Zeyer: Ok fixed. now how about that alignment?
Mckercher: Okay, since .hiddenCheckbox:checked ~ .row:nth-child2n does descend into the children divs, how would i specify it to only apply on .rows on the same level in the dom?
Corona: I am looking for a way to have a responsive image inside of another image.
Corona: Basically it’s an iphone and I have different screenshots that i need to fit on top
Corona: And it has to be responsive. static version works but I can’t figure out a way to automatically resize the screenshots
Calvillo: Corona: I would check out Calc for something like that
Lodrigue: Object-fit will do this, but not implemented yet in webkit.
Lodrigue: Merkazu, ” since .hiddenCheckbox:checked ~ .row:nth-child2n does descend into the children divs” — its not true, ~ selector works on sibling elements, not the children.
Beakley: That’s odd, because when i tried it, it appeared to descend into the children
Lenharr: Well, i’m rearranging the containers anyway so it’s a bit moot
Schappert: Hey all, does anyone have thoughts on best practices for creating a grey background for the caret here a grey square to create contrast, full height? First thought is a wrapper div, but curious if that’s the cleanest way http://jsfiddle.net/whoiskb/pE5mQ/
Lodrigue: Merkazu, http://jsfiddle.net/7cq0Lyw0/
Argiro: Merkazu ah the joy of not supporting ie8
Courrege: Yeah, got it across to the boss about ie8
Lodrigue: Merkazu, if you want to wrap it: http://jsfiddle.net/7cq0Lyw0/1/