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Questions tagged [css3]

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Where to put css media queries in a CSS file?

Where to put CSS media queries? Each after the related element class style or pack them at the bottom of the CSS files? which one is standard? or which one do you prefer?
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Website Multi Languuage [closed]

I have one website and the website are now in HTML, that actually is structured: domain.com = English domain.com/es = Spanish domain.com/de = Germany I copied the HTML of English page to Spanish ...
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Visual Studio build everytime JS and CSS changes?

I am relatively new to Visual Studio Development and I was wondering - it seems that everytime I make changes to my JS or CSS in my project - I have to "build" the project again. Is there any way to ...
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How to make scalable modules in a div element

I'm interested in creating web modules that are encapsulated by a div element in a manner that, by simply resizing the div, everything in that div scales to the dimensions of that div proportionately (...
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Why doesn't CSS allow single-line comments? [closed]

I understand that CSS only supports multi-line comments like such /* foobar */ Why is there not support for single line comments. // foobar They are just as common in programming and seems ...
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Why shouldn't “responsive” web design be a consideration?

This might seem like more of a graphic design question than a programming question, but I think it has much more technical/programming merit than actual graphic design. The concept of "responsive" ...
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What does it mean by Don't use IDs in selectors? [duplicate]

I was just trying IDs on the CSS tab and I noticed that a little warning sign appeared "Don't use IDs in selectors" Why does the CSS tap recommend me not to use IDs in selectors?. Is there something ...
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Why CSS3 Basic Box Model is “Dangerously outdated”?

These days I'm learning CSS by reading specifications, but I noticed W3C marked CSS Basic Box Model Level 3 as "Dangerously outdated" without any further explanation. So my question: What's the ...
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How do I make such a page that opens different link in web (PC) and different in mobile (phones)?

I am building a website that looks beautiful in Web but worst in mobiles. I want to build the same site but different designing for mobile. Whenever user opens site.com then it auto redirect to m.site....
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When to use CSS pseudo-elements? [closed]

::before and ::after are CSS pseudo-elements which allow stylesheet to specify the content. Apart from html usually specifying the content, When do I think of using these pseudo-elements?
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Is it okay to use CSS3 with HTML4?

Is it alright to use CSS3 with HTML4. It seems like CSS3 would be a HTML5 complaint deal. But I'm not sure if that's the case. If it's not okay, what are the downfalls to using CSS3 with HTML4, ...
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How to approach multiple page form with just one save option

The screen shot shows the magento product upload page. The left nav allows you to switch to different options for the product. Basically each option in the left nav appears as a different page. ...
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CSS3 shorthand properties

Working on my own I tought I need to learn that css3 shorthand properties, because - as I know now, it affects website's loading time, so I need to optimize it a little bit. I was thinking - is there ...
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How to manage styles on a group of websites

Up until now the styles were handled by a single CSS file (for each site). I'm customizing it like this: opened the site in Firefox opened inspector/style editor changed CSS values around until I ...
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Web programming most effort? [closed]

To create a website I create Psd Files for the design (Phase 1) I Convert these Psd's to html/css static webpages (Phase 2) I add some javascript to these webpages (Phase 3) I start the IDE "visual ...
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Why doesn't CSS natively support variables and hierarchy?

I am new to UI development, but I feel very uncomfortable with how CSS works. My use case is that I wanted to apply some specific styles inside a particular div on a page. CSS attempt: div.class1 {...
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Is it necessary to memorize code?

I am a new developer, who just got hired at a big company. I don't know how but I guess they are desperate. However, I am well-versed with HTML5/CSS3 though things change and new things are released ...
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Why Browsers do not resolve simple known issues? [closed]

Why Browsers do not resolve simple known issues such as: (in the context of CSS) Do NOT start a class name with a number! This is only supported in Internet Explorer and Do NOT start an ID name ...
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Should I provide fallbacks for HTML5/CSS3 elements in a web page at this point?

I'm wondering if I should bother providing a fallback for HTML5 tags and attributes and CSS3 styling at this point in time. I know that there's probably still a lot of people out there who use older ...
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today's multi-device world for web development

With the huge explosion of mobile devices and addition of HTML5/CSS3, there seems to be a shift towards "responsive" designs (i.e., adapting to smaller screen sizes) which seems to be achieved using ...
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Wrong use of CSS3 Animations or not?

Well, I started using some CSS3 animations a couple of days ago. After hardcoding I've started trying different tools like Adobe Edge Preview version. I made a short animation to get the ...
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CSS3 will be standardized by browsers?

I'm using CSS3 for the first time, but using specific styles with prefix for each browser looks strange. The need of using -moz-, -o-, -webkit- and another prefix turns the CSS bigger and harder to ...