Razzi: But it’s supposed to.

Ruthstrom: If you have something to offer omfgitsasalmon, offer it.

Jedlicka: No I meant, “What?” to michael_p

Whit: I am trying to create two menus on the1 page

Mahurin: Also I think I ate your cousin for breakfast ;

Beaudry: I paste out the source code

Palafox: Thats cool and all, but you need to be more specific about your original question

Borowski: Http://pastebin.com/p3pAiN06

Mihelcic: On jsbin or something similar

Blackner: This is why I said “What” Audlex

Vanhecke: I need to go out anyway. I am sure if you add it to jsbin someone will help you out michael_p

Sharlin: Michael_p: So what did you want to achieve

Pavlides: Https://jsfiddle.net/mceL5xnb/

Graubard: There is also the css included

Forbus: Michael_p, 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.

Cockley: Http://pastebin.com/nZjemK45

Wigren: Michael_p: you still aren’t listening.

Cajka: Michael_p # you knew how to use jsfiddle yesterday, Preferred live pastebins: http://jsfiddle.net/http://codepen.io/http://paste.asmcbain.net/

Nicley: A live pastebin site for testcases and other quick interactive things in the web scope.

Ludera: All of those options are.

Jesmer: Do you think i should use framwset

Tumolillo: Michael_p: https://jsfiddle.net/mceL5xnb/1/

Cupples: Here’s a working fiddle

Gerson: What do you want to achieve

Cheung: Michael_p, no, you do not ever want to use frameset.

Filippini: Each link will out put a php code which it will be linked to a database

Balles: Guys, do you know how to fix this to put the second video element on the right instead of below the first video element? http://jsfiddle.net/rb0y82ed/2/

Kalar: But the background is the same as the text

Vestal: Michael_p, in my case?

Holje: Michael_p, are you talking to me?

Mcdermitt: Just figured out something

Bagner: Gizzi, Don’t ask if anyone can help with X or if anyone has used Y before. Just because someone has used X doesn’t necessarily mean they can help you, and just because someone hasn’t used X doesn’t necessarily mean they can’t help you. Just get to the point, please.

Juras: How can i put the second div to the right bottom of the first div ? http://jsfiddle.net/rb0y82ed/3/

Fenton: K_j: put them both in a container that is as wide as the first thing, then align the second one to the right

Moreira: Fenton, it s arab for me :

Muramoto: I have arbitrarily nested .foo and .bar elements, and I want to set conflicting rules for “.foo a” and “.bar a” such that the most deeply nested .foo or .bar takes precedence. Is this possible.

Grajeda: Razzi: I want to create some css such that span cl***=”foo”atest/a/span is colored red, span cl***=”foo”span cl***=”bar”atest/a/span/span is colored blue, span cl***=”foo”span cl***=”bar”span cl***=”foo”atest/a/span/span/span is colored red, etc.

Epp: Razzi: That is, the *link* is colored red or blue according to this scheme, not the entire text.

Snith: Redlizard, Preferred live pastebins: http://jsfiddle.net/http://codepen.io/http://paste.asmcbain.net/

Freistuhler: Fenton: Right, one moment.

Hoop: Redlizard straightforward way should do it

Secrest: Unless i’m missing something

Wubnig: Like . .foo a {color:red} .foo .bar a {color:blue} .foo .bar .foo a {color:red}

Ronald: Razzi, Fenton: http://jsfiddle.net/q72h54a7/

Westaway: Specificity should take of it

Feldman: Razzi: But it’s supposed to work for arbitrarily deeply nested combinations of .foo and .bar.