Beghtol: I tried that but it didn’t change anything
Wigren: Then put it on something else
Girvin: Dv***, 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.
Pertubal: Wigren: nevermind, fiddled and got it.
Sheffield: Also, how can I make the section float: right; but keep the test centered within its bound
Dupouy: Dv*** # you have now asked more than the minimum number of first-week CSS questions, Resources to help you get started: http://hashcss.com/schools/
Salgero: Shouldn’t I mean I get more Wigren?
Simonelli: Dv***: you are displaying a less than rudimentary knowledge of css. this channel is not for that.
Succop: Dv***, CSS horizontal centering: http://dorward.me.uk/www/centre/
Weinstein: Is it possible to make a div appear only on mobile devices?
Rosewell: Codytr: look at media queries
Huitink: Tinystoat: the top bar here where the contact details are http://www.responsimulator.com/?url=www.saral-yatirim.com
Pester: Codytr: you can add in media query rules for any or all device sizes you wish to affect.
Beagle: Codytr, display:none in a min-width media query
Pellish: Codytr: possible, even easy, but goofy
Doerflinger: I add display: none; but than top bar disappeared even for desktop browsers
Gimble: Media queries are set of rules right you write same thing over and over again with different measurement for any resolution
Veneable: I am adding it in to wrong line I guess
Keal: Top bar dissappears from all devices
Grandberry: Codytr: you realize that when you go and disappear something the code is still there and hogging bandwidth right?
Eddins: Sounds like you need to rethink what you’re doing
Mccurdy: Tinystoat: it’s because I am using a WordPress theme and using it via a -child theme.
Fackler: So I have 2 options always. replace or dispaly none
Ing: Tinystoat: MDN says: Deprecated This feature has been removed from the Web standards. Though some browsers may still support it, it is in the process of being dropped. Do not use it in old or new projects. Pages or Web apps using it may break at any time.
Profeta: Codytr: it does not say media queries are depcrated
Sanday: The weight and height.
Zazozdor: Codytr: your reading comprehension is pretty bad. can’t help you
Molett: Https://codepen.io/dudleystorey/pen/ehKpi – this super simple CSS slider, any idea what CSS line fixes it to 4 images? With 3 images I get one full white image
Hatmaker: Also, I’m looking for some way to make it scroll to next image on left button press over the image. if anyone has some pointers on how to do that then I’d be glad to hear it
Oree: DanteLA: try with http://webdevout.net/test/
Ouillette: Reisio: http://www.webdevout.net/test?0469
Boldenow: I’ve just no idea why it doesn’t work with 3 images
Catello: Or, why it then shows one full white image as 4th image
Beem: So you want to remove 2 of them?
Bonett: You will have to adjust the keyframes
Vanhyning: Riera: Or make it work with N=integer
Killean: Riera: How? I’ve been trying that. It only makes it scroll slower ?
Press: Why not use a normal slider
Barajas: Like cycle2 or something
Curpupoz: Riera: What is normal sider? What would you recommend?
Mcnolty: I like the transition effect here and it works at any width container
Windish: Haha i remember that website
Bussey: You can adjust cycle2 pretty easily
Shoemaker: Pretty much every website I make has a slider -_-