Fenoglio: If one row of buttons on the bototm is gone, it’ll go from something like 20% to 10%
Defoe: The middle will expand and contract with the window, or parent, in this case the window. The bottom buttons would expand and contract with their content
Larubbio: So it’s like no set height on the bottom, it’s shrink wrapped display: inline-block; like, just vertically and then the bulleted list would be placed as a sibling of the top and bottom so it could adapt to their sizes, but nothing I try seems to work
Clase: And display table, table-row and table-cell in a bunch of ways
Zanter: Table layout engine would work horizontally but vertical is a totally different story
Silvan: What iffff, I made this button panel an actual li inside the bulletted list ?
Tapaha: And then fixed it, wouldn’t that leave the portion it would take up, cut out of the list at the bottom ?
Usie: I have a table with a number of tr id=”tr1s. I’m trying to make it so that a a id=”test1″test/a link is *to the left* of each tr, outside of the the table. How can I accomplish this, and where in the HTML would the as be?
Whitebird: If it helps, the ids match tr42 = test42, etc.
Tatters: Why are you using tables?
Mcnelley: Undrinkablesoup you should use a codepen.io to help illustrate your issue
Beylotte: Because it’s tabular data.
Winnett: Undrinkablesoup, 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.
Griebling: Hey I don’t know if this is the right place but the css for galeries la fayette isn’t loading for me on anything I have and I’ve tried several browsers, linux, windows, OSX and my phone on wifi and 3g and it still won’t load right. What should I do?
Veneman: Is that your website?
Veneman: Then how can you do anything about it? relatedly, then how can we do anything about it?
Chastin: I don’t know about css and I figured maybe I might need to download something
Mikola: Someone told me to ask at a webdev channel so I did
Iheme: I don’t have a “live page”:
Eggart: Please actually read my question where I clearly lay out the problem.
Lower: I have a table with a number of tr id=”tr1s. I’m trying to make it so that a a id=”test1″test/a link is *to the left* of each tr, outside of the the table. How can I accomplish this, and where in the HTML would the as be?
Lamott: Undrinkablesoup is that attitude?
Flor: Undrinkablesoup **** you and your simple *** convoluted problem, idiot
Eddins: Undrinkablesoup: if you need help, you need to make it easy for people to help you
Scherich: No end to the psychos on this network.
Mahunik: Eddins: That’s why I explained it easily.
Eddins: But its not easy to explain in English, but it is to edit a testcase
Veneman: Someone still has to go make it in a browser, incorrectly i might add, come up with a solution that doesn’t work, and then you can edit the testcase they made to fix it
Kempson: You don’t need to make a working example. Just talk about the theory?
Roddick: Http://pointblank.bz/c/console.html# why aren’t #left and #right filling the entire screen?
Guttierrez: They should each take up half of #container
Brzuchalski: Width has no effect on inline elements
Brzuchalski: You need to make them inline-block or float them
Heidmann: There still seems to be space between the elements even though I set it all to 0 for *
Brzuchalski: Speedpaint: that’s not necessary
Rivest: Are you sure that’s not necessary
Mccarthey: What this ” HELLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!11111 “?
Brzuchalski: Speedpaint: please stop with the caps