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Affect a function of -webkit-transform in a -webkit-animation without affecting other -webkit-transform functions applied to the target element?
by RDongre in Web Design

I want to animate the -webkit-transform: rotateX() of elements while allowing the elements to keep their -webkit-transform: rotate() property intact. Consider the following code:


@-webkit-keyframes anim {
from { -webkit-transform: rotateX(0); }
to { -webkit-transform: rotateX(45deg); }
}
.target {
-webkit-animation: anim .5s infinite alternate

Is the a specific webkit feature I can detect to check if a user is using a webkit browser
by Japan in Web Design

I've used the code below if I need to detect Firefox:


var firefox = !(window.mozInnerScreenX == null);

I'm curious if there is something similar to detect webkit browsers without checking the user agent string. Like checking a specific feature only webkit browsers have?


fixing cross origin requests in webkit.framework in xcode by manually compiling webkit
by bauer100 in Coding

I'm making an HTML5 app wherein I made a cocoa wrapper in xcode for it, but I need to do cross domain requests, which causes this error:


2012-11-29 17:32:20.086 App JavaScript console: :0: XMLHttpRequest cannot load website.com/somelink. Origin website.com is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin.


I do not believe you can enable cross origin requests within webkit.f


Defining width in -webkit only and changing -webkit-appearance
by frozentundra123456 in Web Design

How do I style width for -webkit only? All of my select boxes are roughly 16px wider no matter what I do. Border-box has zero effect and this is really annoying. I've even tried making up vendor prefixes hoping against common sense that it would work like -webkit-width. Of course, that didn't work out too well.


Also, how do you get the arrow only using -webkit-appearance: none? It's


Can we change select tag normal scrollbars to webkit-scrollbars using CSS Property -webkit-scrollbars
by beebob in Web Design

How to change select tag normal scrollbars to webkit-scrollbars using CSS Property -webkit-scrollbars.


I tried with


In CSS file


::-webkit-scrollbar {
width: 6px;
height: 6px;
background-color:blue;
}

But, it is not working for inside Select tag, Other elements like 'div',textarea' etc are working.


How can I convert this from webkit to moz?
by cubby1223 in Web Design

How can I convert this from webkit to moz?


background-color: #fff;
background-image:
-webkit-linear-gradient(0deg, transparent 79px, #ABCED4 79px, #ABCED4 81px, transparent 81px),
-webkit-linear-gradient(#EEE .05em, transparent .05em);

How can I access the DOM using WebKit.NET?
by Kiltec in Programming Languages

I'm using WebKit in a C# application to render a CSS-styled XML document, and I'd like to be able to add DOM elements. How do I get access to the DOM to do this? The problem seems to be that there is no property in the WebKitBrowser class that gives access to the private webView member. Is it possible? Do I need to modify the class to add this? Am I just Doing It Wrong?


C# webkit.net and own javascript
by jwright30 in Javascript

Well, the question is very simple.


I've got an webkit browser in an class file generated this way:


public static WebKit.WebKitBrowser mainBrowser = new WebKitBrowser();

Now I'm trying to login on an website automaticly. But the input fields aren't filled in.


I'm using this code to get to the point where the data needs to be filled in:<


cssText webkit bug?
by skriefal in Web Design

Example here: http://jsfiddle.net/7h2Dh/


Got this html:


<span>Text<div id="wtf">Content</div>Text</span>

I need to set div display property throught js:


document.getElementById( 'wtf' ).style.cssText = 'display:inline-block' ​

But in Chrome and Safari div drops on the second line.

TAGS : cssText webkit

Cannot use SVG as CSS background in Webkit
by Master843 in Web Design

I've been trying to use a SVG file as background for a header on my site, but it doesn't seem to show up in Webkit browsers (I tried Chrome and Safari; on mac). Firefox seems to display it correctly.


Here's my CSS:


header {
overflow: auto;
width: 100%;
height: 80px;
background: url(../img/navbg.svg) no-repeat;
background-size: 100%

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