Deblois: In this case you need centimeter elements anyway
Beckendorf: So nth-child wouldn’t be very useful
Valdivieso: Yes, I just gave an example
Vesey: That’s a cool example
Schoenemann: That only works on a list of items so to say though
Gloston: You can’t add something every 10 pixels or so, at least not this way
Dempsy: I don’t know of a way to do that
Devitt: If nth-child doesn’t fit your use case, I think images are the only way atm
Moberg: Well don’t get me wrong, it’ll also work on a collection of divs
Sugiki: But I mean, you can’t have 1 div and then mark every 10 pixels of that div
Zlotnik: It has to be a collection of elements that you mark every nth of
Gouty: I’m glad jsfiddle supports emmet xD
Pullman: Otherwise that would’ve been ridiculously tedious
Gallemore: Colors 😀 http://jsfiddle.net/ThePendulum/be6mbk8d/3/
Bluming: How about that weather?
Klingen: Don’t you hate when it gets to 3am and you feel you should go to bed but you’re on a roll?
Saulsberry: I guess i gotta set empty :hover on whatever’s outside? hopefully that doesn’t mess things up
Buckle: Use a click event instead?
Lutrick: Trying to go all css :/
Stringham: Https://jsfiddle.net/7rvu6483/ How do I make the second line be also indented?
Shaheen: Problem is that in the “real world” case of this distilled text the content of the span is user-controlled and the container width flexible a percentage of the screen width
Eschen: And in the real world there is an image, and the text is said white on blue, so just display:block/inline-block on the span is not an option
Obermoeller: Semmel, Nope, because the blue background would obscure the background image of #container
Chaffey: I only need the words highlighted with 10px padding for the blue background
Hoschouer: Not too sure and I don’t have a lot of time
Mallette: Maybe this will help?
Wehrman: Hmm that tablecell thing looks interesting
Cuddington: Can you style the shadow dom with in place style=”.” attributes?
Levenhagen: Can someone please help me understand why column-width breaks things up this way: http://jsfiddle.net/vtaf0oto/1/
Varriale: The div boxes that it is ‘wraping’ to the next column are inside a column item
Sineath: Here is a better example: http://jsfiddle.net/eff7rrk1/1/
Reynero: What if i want the boxes to stay together
Ngo: And have columns only break outside the boxes
Mccleave: Does anyone know how to not disturb the alignment when i set position as fixed?
Keelan: Everything gets messed up when i set the position to fixed from relative.
Unruh: Nevermind, learned about page-break-inside:avoid; – http://jsfiddle.net/eff7rrk1/2/
Landazuri: Mark_____: can you make a codepen.io/pen or jsfiddle to illustrate the issue so we can see what you mean?
Jure: It often helps to simplify the problem down to the least amount of markup and css required to reproduce the issue your having
Rebik: This is the website with problem.