Geffre: If you know the ratio maybe you can use calc
Geffre: Personally i’ve had a static height differs between media queries and used background-size: cover;
Geffre: For things like hero images, to prevent the jumping
Sanipasi: Xec: So in real it looks like this: https://jsfiddle.net/9xbfmbv9/19/
Kiever: Xec: And the question is: How can I calculated the height best in this situation? I really need your help, otherwise I’m really lost
Kalafut: Hi people, I’m an amateur when it comes to html /html5/css and I got my experience with googling and trying out html code, so excuse my noobishness. I wanted to know how to display 2 tables, but one is with borders and the other doesn’t have any borders drawn
Hibbitts: CSS https://bpaste.net/show/fe31ac314238 , HTML https://bpaste.net/show/053241b7b21b
Sonoski: Hi, I’m trying to fix the width of the file name to 500px, with dots until file size
Haagensen: If you’re looking for text dots, I think you’ll need JS
Mathes: When you hover the button would you aimate it?
Labella: Mathes, 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.
Bogdanovich: No, simply bottom border dots
Goldbach: Morataya: the other one
Marszalek: Doodadjs, 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.
Gomes: Doodadjs, Preferred live pastebins: http://jsfiddle.net/ • http://codepen.io/ • http://paste.asmcbain.net/
Ajoku: It’s the specks failed immigrants leave on border walls
Diven: Border-bottom-type: dotted;
Biscocho: No, I think he means border: dotted 1px #000;
Hayner: Sorry but I don’t have a link to provide
Limauro: Morning. I’m working with Internet Explorer 9 and Bootstrap 3 for a client browser limitations are in effect. When in Chrome or even IE 10, the grid system col-xs-# cl***es work great, but in IE 9, I often end up with one column trying to scroll all the way to the right, pushing the other columns away. Is there a clean way of using the grid system with IE 9?
Oglesbee: Doodadjs: make one 😛
Wachtel: ThePendulum: the problem I have is “width” is ignored
Dapvaala: Doodadjs, 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.
Villwock: Doodadjs, Preferred live pastebins: http://jsfiddle.net/ • http://codepen.io/ • http://paste.asmcbain.net/
Jagger: Doodadjs, a pared-down testcase is a page that isolates the problem with the minimum required markup, styling and scripting. See paste for services that easily let you create such testcases for others to see.
Stollsteimer: Morataya: but my bpastea are working well !
Seidner: If you have both min and max width set to 500px
Devargas: Wouldn’t you just set width?
Mina: What’s the point of min and max width
Lenertz: ThePendulum: to try to have the width working :
Coin: Doodadjs: try display: inline-block;
Demirchyan: ThePendulum: it’s not working
Halama: I’ll try to setup a live link now.
Metoxen: What can be the issue my website is not rendering the ‘cusor’pointer’ by default?
Sappington: Doodadjs: http://jsfiddle.net/hwe3szdv/
Pullar: I made a fiddle already
Colavito: Seems to be working fine, too
Vantrump: ThePendulum: the name is not 500px, and there is no dots between name and size.