Ihm: Neither of those two buttons has that cl***
Dauer: Well, the x button does, its bizarre that the other one doesnt, it does in my atom code i just copy and pasted
Doroski: Ihm:: Do you agree with decx
Ihm: I wasn’t paying attention, 😛
Asberry: I don’t know they’re referring to the one with no upvotes.
Lindbo: They say, the last one on the page.
Goldberger: Cant you tell by it being one line with just js insted of 5 wrapped jq objects
Dauer: Ihm, ok, im defining a cl*** section twice in the second button
Dauer: Thats why it kept getting removed
Dauer: Thanks for helping me debug
Pasqualino: Decx:: I’m having an issue yet again
Deroberts: Should I just use window.onscroll?
Kozar: I am not scrolling the div itself.
Ihm: So window or do***ent or body
Ihm: Or something. just not a jQ object
Diers: Im working on this old *** website at work, not really allowed to add new functionality to it but theres an issue its having with jquery-ui dialogs
Vallotton: On chrome it renders fine
Thier: But on firefox and ie it adds like left -3000px so its way off screen
Szychowski: Probably some bad positioning somewhere on the page.
Stahley: Can I watch for window resizing and fire a function if it hits a specific width or smaller?
Szychowski: _TWG_ sure, though I’d make sure you can’t use media queries for it instead.
Szychowski: Make sure you can’t use CSS instead.
Kohen: Szychowski: can you tell me where jquery-ui calculates its abs position from?
Natali: Because its all done inline
Szychowski: Since resize handlers are funky and can perform like butt.
Szychowski: Z1haze i have no idea. i’d have to go through the source.
Szychowski: You don’t have position: relative; set on the body tag, right?
Rubenfield: The think is chrome it works fine
Menzer: Well I’m using bootstrap and I’m setting the height of a div base on what the height two are are that are in the same parent div.
Szychowski: Z1haze that doesn’t really matter heh. chrome isn’t necessarly the most consistent browser in the world ;
Szychowski: _TWG_ are you trying to make them all equal height?
Deadmond: I’m setting the height of the 3rd div based on the window height – div1 – div2.
Szychowski: That seems odd. whyfor?
Szychowski: Any reason you can’t set them all using percentages instead?
Desper: I have a list that expands inside the 3rd div. The only way that I found I could keep the list from expanding outside of the div was to find the height and set it.
Szychowski: And the div itself scrolls i ***ume?
Szychowski: Because you can totally set the height using percentages and then avoid using JS at all.
Ishihara: My other div’s have a lot of other stuff in them so i never could find a good % that worked.
Szychowski: Heh, i’m lost, but OK :
Betthauser: With twitter bootstrap div’s don’t match each other’s height if they are in the same row. I’ve alway been told to use JS to fix that.
Szychowski: I don’t understand what that means, but OK :
Szychowski: Either way, you can attach a resize handler, but you want to be careful because they can fire dozens of times per second, so you want to run your selectors before the handler and throttle/debounce it.
Ihm: Another option with css could be to set their display: table-cell
Stasiak: If you have a div with cl*** row and then two div’s inside it with col-sm-2 and col-sm-10 and 10 is 1000px in height due to the content, if you try to apply a color the col-sm-2 and want it to be the same height as col-sm-10 I’ve always been told in the bootstrap forum/discussion channel to use JS.