Balasa: Hard to tell without seeing the page
Frankart: Don’t know if it’s any help but comedy is in ” ”
Hirsbrunner: Http://postimg.org/image/nmoq9b1nr/ —- this IS NOT A CODE question. so to any lurkers who dont want to talk code, please look. I just want some opinions on how I can better integrate that “Submit Task” button so it doesn’t look so stupid
Balasa: I wish there were good design channels on here i could point you to
Soult: I already tried #design
Cravens: I figure #css should have plenty of designers though
Balasa: Yes, i said good design channels, ##design would not count as that :p
Brauchla: Does #design have a bad reputation?
Balasa: Eh, depends on the day
Balasa: Also look at how big their banlist is
Balasa: Looks like #reddit-webdesign is decently sized
Balasa: Dunno what it’s like though
Shope: Pretty useless evidently
Balasa: Well, you’re talking to the worst person for design advice, so i’ll leave your question for someone else :
Sither: Balasa, would you mind helping me integrate that script into my html file?
Whelpley: I’ve put it under div id datetime under the header so I was just going to move the output to the right place in the header but no idea what tag I’d use
Balasa: Https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Do***ent/querySelector is what you want to learn for that
Balasa: In my example, i selected the span using that
Balasa: You can select any element using css selectors
Betts: How do I force something to take 100% width of the page?
Faull: Bootstrapius: display: block;
Vanis: Not that what you said is “wrong”
Strouse: Neither display: block or width: 100% work
Azore: But your nick makes me think you should run this: /msg alis list *bootstrap*
Glebocki: I was about to say reisio that he/she should also check his html/body
Ernandez: There is a padding on a parent div
Algarin: How can I override that
Kostis: It’s probably a lost cause if you’re using bootstrap
Deguise: You should go to #bootstrap or wherever alis says it is
Alsberry: I just want to make a div take up all possible width come what may
Sykora: You’ve got a css answer
Pottkotter: If it’s not working, you aren’t dealing with CSS
Feltmann: It’s still not overriding due to css though
Epifano: So there must be a better css solution
Manry: In chrome, if I untick a few css attributes like padding on parent divs then it works better
Kerwin: So there must be a css solution to override this stuff
Kind: This isn’t #chrome either
Larmon: At the end of the day it’s all css
Haakinson: Bootstrapius I have had the same issues you are encountering and it made me leave bootstrap in the forest for the wolves to eat
Hogarth: I feel the weight of the chains lifting off me ever since lol
Peno: What do you do now Hardtail?
Bedner: I understand your frustration, originally I learned HTML and CSS and then completely stopped doing this work for a number of years. Now that I went back to school for this we were taught Bootstrap and oh the horror.I didn’t think I would learn how to write HTML and CSS properly again because of how everything has changed with Responsive Design.
Fland: If I’m changing from e.g. img src=”https:// bla bla lba
Buechel: To a local file in a folder
Wittmann: Would it be img src=”/images/ximage.jpg”. for example?
Arvanitis: Thescatman: it’s relative to the do***ent root, it’s also not a question about CSS, and it’s also not nice to call out specific individuals
Muilenburg: Whitespace in our css file is fine for our own personal formatting right?