Phang: That tells me nothing
Miao: Well, give me a sec to explain
Mortenson: The top layer that has navigation is .xe-clearfix
Shirai: It looks fine now, but if i give position:fixed
Cotterell: What the hell, you are loading over 20 script files in that
Aakre: It gets totally messed up.
Degraaf: You have a crappy CMS
Rayas: Im not the one who’s doing it though.
Geffken: It’s out of date for sure,
Hearston: But the next version will becoming soon ;
Prevo: Right now, i just need to fix the design.
Barnthouse: Which element are you doing position fixed on
Opdahl: It would really help if you simplified your issue down to minimal elements in a jsfiddle
Shallow: Hey guys, i’m having an issue with content inside of a flex item setting height to 100%. I have a divdisplay:flex divflex:1 divheight:100%
Hanemann: Is it even possible? since the div with flex:1 doesnt have a set height, can its child element have one?
Board: ThePendulum: are you still here ?
Hussian: Morataya: are you still there ?
Yragui: Morataya: are you still here ?
Hayzlett: If you want to stretch an image over the whole width, you basically have to vertically cut it under some conditions — would you agree?
Denardi: Otherwise the height will be too large on very wide screens
Joulwan: Is tehre an easy way to make the yellow box the same height as the orange one ?
Gault: Hey, has anyone here used the CSS3 column layout?
Schlaefer: Dylancole: as in the column-count property? because almost nobody support it
Fricks: I was thinking to use it on my latest project but I’m hesitating.
Schlaefer: I did just say almost nobody supports it
Chudzik: Schlaefer, http://caniuse.com/#feat=multicolumn • CSS3 Multiple column layout • W3C Candidate Recommendation • Global support: 19.92% • Only Opera Mini, Edge, iOS Safari, IE, Safari, and IE Mobile support this fully. • Spec: http://goo.gl/BVIJ4 • Link: https://goo.gl/rqdx1C
Rehfield: Schlaefer, http://caniuse.com/#feat=flexbox • Flexible Box Layout Module • W3C Working Draft • Global support: 83.21% • All browsers currently support this fully except UC Browser for Android. • Spec: http://goo.gl/bbLW8 • Link: http://goo.gl/Jwzmm
Schlaefer: More browsers support flexbox, which can do some of the same things
Jespersen: So, I have a 4 column grid where elements are divided in 25% and I did display: inline-block with it and it works fine. However, these individual elements are auto height and the elements below it doesn’t stick to the top.
Clokey: Leaves a lot of white space
Nicewarner: Can I achieve this without columns and flex?
Jurasin: If they are inline-blocks its not a grid
Munderville: The height is user dynamic. I want to fill in all the empty white spaces.
Pirie: I believe I can achieve this with float: left ?
Schlaefer: Are you trying to do one of those things like pinterest?
Schlaefer: Because you can’t do that with pure css
Kocsis: Hmm…not even floats?
Azzopardi: Float: left seem to work but it doesn’t order properly.
Schulle: I guess I’ll have to end up using masonry.js?
Loge: Dylancole: seems you have no idea what you are doing
Lhuillier: Perhaps you should try to learn the basics of box-model
Antu: I looked into box model
Gleaton: And difference between different “display” values
Hok: I did look into that as well. I can achieve the layout with flex but I don’t want to.
Adamsky: Once you have *really* done your homework