Urtiaga: But is it possible to show the dropdown list – scrollbar?
Dunkelberger: Like the one in the picture
Gardin: Do you use any css framework or extension?
Furlough: I have currently at how do I approach this, any guidance?
Rendino: I’m so sorry, but what’s css framework/extension. I just use css3 .lol
Quicksall: Personally i don’t bother with implementing such things by myself and just use ready to use components from css frameworks like semantic ui or bootstrap
Szollosi: Brajt, I understand, but if I were to build this on my own, how would I do that?
Amsinger: That would be what i call “a waste of time” but i’d start with a tutorial like this one http://inspirationalpixels.com/tutorials/creating-a-dropdown-menu-with-html-css
Maietta: It’s a nice effect and the code is self-explaining
Breiter: Brajt, hmm thanks! But why would that be a waste of time?
Rupnick: Brajt, isn’t it nice to like build something out from nothing
Flamm: There are few golden rules of programming. one of them is “don’t reinvent the wheel”
Korte: I agree it’s nice to build something out of nothing when you’re learning
Fabiano: Or when you actually need to do something from scratch to fit a very particular use case
Zubrzycki: But for casual usage, doing such things by yourself is wasting time. when you’ve got two weeks to finish a whole website, the last thing you want to do is to waste time
Maymi: Because time is money
Hartzo: That’s where the already done components come into play, just like js scripts
Spar: This dropdown is an easy thing so if you’re learning, i can recommend this tutorial
Golz: Well, it’s always worth knowing how things work under the mask so you can tweak them later
Spadea: How is an elment’s coordinates determined ? suppose if i have a rectangular div, then the div’s coordintae is taken w.r.t 0, 0 of div?
Winkles: How is an element positioned with respective to the parent, when using offset values like top,left etc is the element’s 0, 0 taken as the reference point for positionng the element?
Selma: Pickandmix no problem
Amelang: Ropo if the element is positioned relative and is a block, it starts with it’s left bottom. if the element is inline, it starts with right top. if an element is positioned absolute, it starts with left top
Pugh: I mean if parent is block and if parent is inline
Vanvickle: You can write a simple code to check it and get familiar with it
Lisonbee: Brajt — https://jsbin.com/duqunelava/edit?html,css,output , why is the search button not completely visible
Sedman: Now the alpha bet for the database
Trokey: Guys , I am stuck at header
Todeschi: There are three div’s in header one is main , then left one with my name and right one with contact infrmation. I want to keep them all fixed
Dauphinais: Now at some point , the main div disappeared
Turgeon: I put main div as fixed , and fixed the two inside it as fixed too and the left one floated that left and right one floated that right
Gillerist: Ideally what I want to achieve is static header with left and right div’s I hope somebody gets it , am stuck
Nase: Fyi , this is part of excercise on codeacademy
Borrego: Jessica_h: why is the layout full of fixed elements?
Cresci: Jessica_h: there is an extra close backet under #contact
Quint: There u go jessica u have to give the coordinates of the main header
Valenzuela: Tinystoat actually what I want to achieve is fixed header
Skafec: So I though I could do that if I fix the three div’s main header one and the two inside them