Reighard: Dandaman: hm, you could use a s*** map + loop for calling the mixin each time
Jaroski: What benefit would that yield me besides cutting down the number of import statementsI imagine i would justh ave a bunch of array elements instead
Townley: Wasamasa: Emacsen, emacsen everywhere! No troll here: I’ll let css flow go.
Losch: And I thought that was a regular.
Luhmann: Ok, got a test case prepared: http://jsfiddle.net/jepu8k17/
Koeppe: I have a case of nested blockquotes and would like to display them in a fashion similiar to mail clients
Kartchner: So, for every level of nesting, an extra ” ”
Capels: The usual approach of a pseudo selector with content set doesn’t appear to do the trick
Pezzulo: Yet things like using a border before it do appear nested
Benford: Any ideas for workarounds/solutions?
Sellars: Similar to mail clients?
Heaney: Yes, they do this ” old quotenn new quotenncitation” thing
Glackin: See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Posting_style#Quoted_line_prefix
Revoir: How can I have overflow-x scroll and have the element scroll horizontally
Berther: Hm, I guess I could try my luck with counters and see whether I can get nesting to increase one
Luo: And a counter style that repeats a string as the value of the counter dictates
Klapp: I have a div which has two inner divs neither has height set but the one on the right side extends the height of the parent div by something like 300px is it possible to set the hight of left one which say 50px to be the same height and right one ? Or well the parent div ?
Brentson: Neredsenvy: I think height: 100%; should work.
Ehrle: Brentson Tried does not maybe I should set it it to display as a block as well
Brentson: Have you set it to display as something else?
Brentson: Then it should be block already.
Brentson: Try min-height: 100%;.
Waitz: Neredsenvy, 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.
Hopwood: Wasamasa, a pared-down testcase is a page that isolates the problem with the minimum required markup, styling and scripting. See paste for services that easily let you create such testcases for others to see.
Winney: Fun, I ***umed jsfiddle wouldn’t be recommended given the earlier comment on it
Brentson: Wasamasa: What was it?
Mew: Not sure how to include bootstrap css in fiddle
Brentson: Neredsenvy: “External Resources”, or something.
Tott: Brentson: * ropo hates jsfiddle
Brentson: Wasamasa: Is that all?
Brentson: It’s only one man’s opinion.
Delaet: Yes, it’s an earlier comment
Brentson: However I saw no explanation for it.
Gabouer: Perhaps it is time for a CSS bin nobody would ever hate on for facetious reasons.
Brentson: I find codepen.io to be decent.
Brentson: Except I dislike CSS-Trick, and by extension, its author, but I think CodePen seems alright anyway.
Trease: Ow, opened it and CPU usage goes 100% right away
Brentson: Front page of CodePen?
Kastning: I suspect it’s the fancy demonstration
Brentson: Well they embed all the pens that are on display so I think it’s understandable.
Brentson: They’re using scaled-down iframes.
Brentson: Try creating a new pen and it might not be as bad.
Rupert: Once I delete the promo iframe, it’s gone