|change width of an element(select box) only if the auto width is more than current width-jquery|
| by André Rocheleau in Web Design|
It's the super-boring super-annoying IE-select-box issue!
had solved it successfully...
|Fixed width div stays centered even when browser width < div width|
| by Pepe Araya in Web Design|
How do I center a div in a browser so it stays centered even when I make
the browser width smaller than the div width?
I am currently
But the left side of my
browser blocks the div when I resize.<
|min-width and max-width issues. How to get inner content to grow with width|
| by NoTine42 in Web Design|
I have a three column site that will display all three columns or just
one. If it displays just one column, my example below is the column it will
be displaying. This
intro wrapper is the center column that
needs to grow in the event that the columns to the left and right of this
wrapper are not present. Specifically, the first div in the intro wrapper.
The second div has a static
|Div width automatically sizes to the width of its contents within a div which has a set width?|
| by jaysen in Web Design|
Lets say I have this
|Computed column width is different than css declared width for column. How does browser decide width?|
| by saikoh in Web Design|
Let's say I have an html table with a css declared width of 750px. It
has 5 columns and each column has a width of 50px, declared using css (all
td's have a 50px width). Obviously, the sum of the columns' widths is 250px
which is less than 750px.
When the browser renders the table,
each column has a different computed width. I have one column which has 5
spaces only but a computed
|min-width, max-width, width. Nothing work in IE8 on body tag|
| by Edwin Goei in Web Design|
This is my web page which doesn't work in IE8 but works in FF 3.6.4 and
Opera 9.63 :-
|How to make a responsive web layout with a full width header and fixed width body|
| by rituraj in Web Design|
I have an issue that I have seen come up in a couple different sites and
I have never been able to find a solution. I have noticed that many other
people have had similar issues but every fix that I have seen is not
working on the site I am currently working on. Basically what I am trying
to do is have a responsive layout with a header that has a repeating
background that spans the entire windo
|Android browser width stretched to iframe content width, despite overflow:hidden|
| by Peter Z in Programming Languages|
I'm trying to mimick desktop-style iframes in Android (Dolphin browser)
with some succes. The trick used is to put an
position:relative; inside a
fixed dimensions and
overflow:hidden;, then using jQuery
Mobile (or rather just the vmouse events) to handle mouse events for
All this work
|How do I make a child's div width match its content with parent's div width 100% overflow-x: auto in IE & FF|
| by David Mercer in Web Design|
I have an art gallery full of thumbnails. I wanted to add a customized
horizontal scrollbar so that users could scroll through a single row of
thumbnails. There are different amounts of thumbnails in each gallery. I
tried using CSS property "width:-moz-max-content;" however this only works
in Firefox and not IE6,7,8, Chrome or Safari.
Here is an
example - > http://theo.mypreview.co.
|flex vbox child elements to take 100% of width without indicating width=“100%”|
| by john in Web Design|
is it possible to make the child elements of a vbox to occupy 100% of
the width without indicating width=100% for each element ?