Borom: What on earth is ‘meta-configurator’
Bernotas: Has someone a good plugin for paralax scrolling or scrolling that it feels like you are scrolling in blocks?
Borom: Hi******* a user’s scrolling can be frustrating
Stant: Trying to change the font awesome icons within this website http://unit1fitness.mystagingwebsite.com – However I can’t find the icons in the theme files, any ideas?
Eddins: CMFDesign: the URL is http://unit1fitness.mystagingwebsite.com/wp-content/themes/hurcules/fonts/fontawesome-webfont.woff2?v=4.3.0
Mingledorff: Eddins: Yes but that is the font file for FA, I need to find where the actual code is to change.thats the trouble I am having.
Eddins: AFAIK you need to adjust the cl***es, e.g. the phone is i cl***=”fa fa-phone d-text-c”/i
Eddins: Then that inserts a unicode character
Golpe: Eddins: I need adjust the ‘phone’ for example.
Eddins: Yes — so adjust the cl***es? Not sure what the issue is
Brennaman: Its a ****press site that I am helping a client with.
Dopf: So I can’t find the cl***es to adjust.
Golar: I can see them in inspector but no idea where to find them within wordpress files.
Eddins: So…ask the WordPress channel?
Eddins: Because your question doesn’t seem to be about CSS
Galva: Alright alright sorry!
Enter: Just desperate for help, thats all.
Eddins: I’d try to keep things in perspective, IIWY
Duane: Is there some fancy tool that well help me lineup two images
Duane: Besides guess px and reloading 10000x times?
Duane: Like Microsoft FrontPage! :
Portier: Duane, not with four exclamation points there isn’t.
Gran: Is there a channel for bootstrap?
Ultreras: Modified the button text of a dropdown to reflect what dropdown item i click on and the caret goes missing :/
Hayre: Frenchiie: please add the fiddle
Ferriss: There is a bootstrap channel
Profancik: I just get sent to the namespace channel
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Mckee: On my site http://unit1fitness.mystagingwebsite.com if you hover over cl***es you’ll see the lettering is a little close, I can’t work out how to increase the spacing between the lines. Any help?
Berky: I know its simple but I can’t figure it out.
Osdoba: CMFDesign: just increase the line-height in your menu.css .nav ul.sub-menu li a
Jegede: Hello. I’ve styled both input and button to look same. There are not margins and paddings, but input seems to be placed lower than div. Why?
Mctighe: Leporello, try vertical-align?
Alviar: Rainier, doesn’t help. Input is aligned in the middle and div is 3 or 4 pixels higher.
Todhunter: You may have to apply it to both.
Roskelley: Leporello, did you removed the border as well?
Pantera: Oh, it’s overflow: hidden property causing the problem.
Mccrohan: Both are placed in table cells. I’m trying to prevent name in button to be larger than button borders, so do overflow: hidden, white-space: nowrap and eclipsis.
Ehret: So overflow hidden causes div to be placed higher.
Gillom: And it is fixed by vertical-align: top in the div. It’s making me crazy :
Stumme: Well if you put items in a div vs not in a div it’s going to be in different places because in the first instance it has text in it to sit on the baseline and in the second it doesn’t so it sits on the baseline. If it is made inline-block that is. At least that’s the usual problem people have is with an empty element.