Labine: I have a page which generates a preview of an invoice using an iframe, but how do i get the iframe fill the bottom of the page and leave room at the top for some configuration options?
Clarke: Altos: for one, they already are, firefox 42, for another, looks kinda lousy DTP design
Gradel: Hey guys on my nav area I’m trying to make it transparent but its not working
Omo: Can anyone ***ist me?
Morely: Veronicarodrigues.com NSWF
Vreeland: Veronicarodrigues.com NSFW
Okoli: Veronicarodriguez.com NSFW
Stango: Hi, can someone explain me for Bootstrap how to display something in MD and LG but not in XS and SM?
Stawarz: Change, Bootstrap UX library – http://getbootstrap.com – Questions in ##bootstrap
Norgaard: I want to make columns that flow automatically into multiple rows, but when they vary in height a little sometimes there are rows that go blank, with just one item on right.
Odorizzi: How can I avoid this?
Posusta: Profsimm: how are you making the columns?
Gunkel: Bprompt: I use bootstrap so I float left, I don’t have much of a choice.
Toney: Hmmm, sounds like you may need a Bootstrap solution, there’s a #bootstrap channel :
Baquero: Bprompt, can you help me out with my problem here.?
Oroz: But depending on how bootstrap is doing them, I’d expect that
Moxey: Dopie, 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.
Aselage: Bprompt: that channel doesn’t exist
Dimitroff: Veronicarodriguez.com NSFW
Antonis: The nav area is onto of the image
Zinkl: I tried to set the background to white but it didn’t work
Duyer: I mean to transparent
Rufi: Its like $10 hookers being picked up off the street and pretending to be models
Holdy: That is some serious fine print
Kolopajlo: Riera, I prefer the other kind of fine print: https://twitter.com/angealbertini/status/654000323468656640 😛
Wilczynski: Now thats some fine print
Hesselschward: Http://img.soaringrabbit.com/lockedyaxis.gif can anyone point me in the direction of a method to achieve this? it’s a crude mockup, but it’s intended to show three a blocks, which, when moused over, make a “tooltip” label appear beneath the cursor in a y-locked position e.g. position: absolute; top: 30px; that still follows the mouse pixel-by-pixel as it moves horizontally.
Zollinger: I would hope this is doable in css only? but i don’t know how to approach it at all.
Sgammato: Nope. If you want the tooltip to follow based on where the cursor is, then this is not CSS only.
Gillentine: I believe finding the answer with working code on google took me way shorter than it took you to write the question
Linberg: SuitCase: doable, yes, the “mouse following” is a no-go though, since you’d need an event of kinds, and css doesn’ t have events per se for that, but everything else is doable, just not the “mouse following” part
Fedorczyk: SuitCase: http://www.walterzorn.de/en/tooltip/tooltip_e.htm — on the other hand :
Camara: Is an old library, thus the fake “dhtml” buzzword
Hobb: What a pity! i thought as much, though. i will have to think through what i’ll do
Diflorio: Animalroam: “anything” in the .css file, is relative to the .css path or folder location, regardless of where the .html using the .css is at
Dsaachs: SuitCase: pity? js wise, is not that much code
Crozier: Hey can you overide the a link
Alcocer: What are you trying to do