Squeakytoy2: pretty much.

Lodrigue: Bombo, this is better : http://jsfiddle.net/rrjd15od/26/

Banasiak: I’m trying to do something simple in this codepen: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/eppVav — Basically, when the screen size is “xs” bootstrap, the navigation hides, but I want the content div to expand to fill the width of the page.

Picker: Obviously the margin on the .content cl*** is keeping that from happening, but I’m stuck as to how to properly do this.

Delarosa: Do I need to use flexbox?

Sival: Things I hadn’t tried and suddenly tried and that changed my web dev life: Creating a nice large prototype, e.g. of text headings and paragraphs. Without limits or template. Just putting the text or whatever you are studying largely onto the page.

Djuric: Hi can i not hide a input with width and padding 0 ? without using display or visibility, https://jsfiddle.net/exurmb93/

Brassfield: VectorX: borders, mate

Lutterman: Hey all, i’m wondering if someone could take a look at this screenshot and help me understand what i should be doing to investigate the source of the padding on this element: http://postimg.org/image/4rpxka6nd/

Mun: When i select the element, the chrome dev tools seem to be showing me that there’s no top or bottom padding but there clearly is.

Martinetti: How do i keep an image’s aspect ratio intact ?

Tischler: But mostly with width/height auto if you changed width or height

Martinetti: I have a div of fixed size, and within it an image. i want the image to be as large as possible within that fixed size, but keep aspect ratio

Conyer: Zap0 width:100%; height:auto;

Ake: Or even more responsive img{width:auto;max-width:100%;height:auto;max-height:100%;} zap0

Martinetti: Neither of those acheives what i want

Ballensky: Then explain what you want a bit further

Stinespring: If you talk about a full covered box you better go with css background-image instead of img

Gumpert: Or cheat with img{width:auto;min-width:100%;max-width:300%;height:auto;min-height:100%;max-height:300%;} zap0

Buhl: Hmm, it looks like the problem i mentioned above might be because the html5 doctype adds some spacing inside table cells when they only contain inline elements

Flammang: Nemmonszzz: if I get you right you are talking about whitespace

Curie: Whitespace that’s highlighted in green when i select the element in chrome developer tools, which is the color it uses to identify padding. even though there’s no padding on the element

Rubloff: I think i may have fixed it.

Depinho: Nemmonszzz: whitespace is a natural HTML behavior, caused by inline-blocks where text-attributes are applied to

Buker: Czaplewski oh, i see. That’s good to know. I guess i was just misunderstanding the information from chrome. I’ve added ‘display:block’ to the styles and i think it’s fixed.

Huesing: How to remove the annoying outlines made by clicking on links?

Renaud: I have h2 with USA Locations

Veller: How do i make USA all uppercase and only L uppercae

Jowers: What is the best way to make my web app fit an ipad.presently it is 720×940

Ehn: Device-width=”1.0″ coder7of9

Marian: I use width=device-width, height=device-height, initial-scale=.71,user-scalable=yes

Sandvig: I use width=device-width, height=device-height, initial-scale=.1,user-scalable=yes

Matrone: Width=device-width, initial-scale=1, user-scalable=no coder7of9 would fit better, to control the scaling you can simply change the scale factor

Neufville: Beyond this should my page dimensions be s specific setting to scale properly

Foulger: I will try your suggestion thanks.

Dencklau: Hey all. a newbie question. lets say I have an element with the cl*** “.group”. How do I target the first element child inside that element? as well as the second?

Wettstein: Squeakytoy2: pseudo cl***es first-child or nth-child

Eversole: Squeakytoy2: pretty much so, you’ll find plenty of things to read about it out there