Wommack: Becouse #OpenCart is dead
Wommack: I give my soul for a bite help.
Bufton: Every version is not backwards compatible, it’s a messy backend bloat, and the makers hardly care to do any sort of support
Aschmann: There’s more but why bother when it’s got such glaring issues?
Debrito: Http://pastebin.com/3FkjfpLi — how do you combine these?
Gizzi: Marrenarre still there ?
Mehrens: Is there any harm in including the same styles and rules twice on page load?
Gizzi: How do i get s*** compiler to put } on a new line
Gizzi: Is the file i have to edit “C:Ruby22librubygems2.2.0gemss***-3.4.19libs***environment.rb” ?
Gizzi: Ok so i got s*** installed. What i’m trying to figure out is how to get it to put clossing “}” on a new line
Leonesio: Supposedly Bootstrap includes a modified version of normalize.css. I’m not sure exactly how it is, but I would expect Boostrap to contain the necessary code to compensate for not having normalize.css
Herod: Meaning that you don’t need normalize.css I think.
Farkas: And if you do use both, I’m not sure that you can rely on Bootstrap to work as normal, but I guess it is *likely* to.
Mischel: I mean, they might’ve removed something from normalize when putting it in Bootstrap that would otherwise override something in Bootstrap.
Gizzi: What about the output of s*** how do i stop it from putting “}” on the same line ?
Flam: And unfortunately I don’t know S*** the compiler stuff so I don’t know that.
Bonneau: Marrenarre: so normally, when there are two css files, first normalize, then something that overrides normalize stuff, there shouldn’t be any effect – especially not when minifying
Mcguirl: I hope not that the bootstrap guys removed something from normalize.css for their own version of normalize.css just because they don’t want to override something? :O
Mensick: Hi CSS experts, I use bootstrap with the cl*** “embed-responsive embed-responsive-16by9” and it works just fine. What I need to do is to get the videos next to each other let’s say 5 each row. But I do not know how many videos there will be. It iterates through an array. Any idea?
Vacca: Lemondom: not a great idea for IE users
Kualii: Lemondom: Whether it is minified or not should not make any difference. Regardless, the order in which rules are written only matters when the conflicting rules have the same specificity.
Kallstrom: Therefore there could be a rule with higher specificity in normalize.css compared to some in Bootstrap.
Tugwell: Hm, true – but isn’t bootstrap cl*** based?
Engelsman: I mean, usually the cl*** wins the game
Ballas: Does anyone know how to get this kind of slider style? http://www.freepik.com/free-psd/control-settings-ui-kit-psd_712665.htm
Gizzi: Does safari have a ios browser emulator /
Sisto: Lemondom: Yeah it is. As I said, it’s unlikely to cause anything.
Holness: At least it is mostly.
Duggan: I still don’t see the point of using normalize.css with Bootstrap.
Vandenbergh: How do you target an element directly after an element? not like directly a child of, but right after? is that the div + thing?
Laranjo: Vandenbergh, CSS ‘+’ adjacent sibling combinator: http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-selectors/#adjacent-sibling-combinators
Vandenbergh: Yes wouldnt been easier to type xD
Lumbreras: Vandenbergh, selectoracle: http://gallery.theopalgroup.com/selectoracle/
Fuhrmann: One could say, it would have been easier if you check your css book, pretty sure it has it
Garfinkel: Mark___: are you looking for something like this http://codepen.io/GeoffStorbeck/pen/OyGZXZ
Vandenbergh: Bah lol i had it right, my ftp session timed out
Suglia: Zoite: thanks. it’s a step.
Mceaddy: Still no solution for me yet. How do I get those videos next to each other if I don’t know how many the array will display. http://codepen.io/altos/pen/vNMjdd