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[2016-8-26. : 11:10 pm]
jjf28 -- imo
[2016-8-26. : 11:08 pm]
l)ark_ssj9kevin -- why can't I whisper myself :^(
[2016-8-26. : 11:08 pm]
l)ark_ssj9kevin -- asdf
[2016-8-26. : 10:52 pm]
lil-Inferno -- SMH Moose
[2016-8-26. : 10:42 pm]
jjf28 -- well done moose?
[2016-8-26. : 10:42 pm]
Roy -- Shame on you, Moose.
[2016-8-26. : 10:42 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Moose, you've successfully greatly distracted me :P
[2016-8-26. : 10:33 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- oh, I guess you don't. It was a different thing causing my problem. As I said, rusty. :P
[2016-8-26. : 10:31 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I basically want <img>, but with the image being defined by CSS instead of with src
[2016-8-26. : 10:29 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- lol, I meant &nbsp;
[2016-8-26. : 10:29 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Why won't my div display unless I put a  ? Is there an element I can do that exists but needs no content?
[2016-8-26. : 10:27 pm]
Roy -- Kinda like jQuery for CSS.
[2016-8-26. : 10:25 pm]
Roy -- Yeah, pretty much.
[2016-8-26. : 10:24 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- is it just like a css file that has a bunch of predefined classes?
[2016-8-26. : 10:22 pm]
Roy -- There's another framework I was checking out today called Cascade Framework, which has an even more flexible grid system. Instead of dividing out the widths by twelfths, you can specify the size of the row (e.g., "width-1of4" for 25% width).
[2016-8-26. : 10:17 pm]
Roy -- Technically, those are all floating, but I don't have to deal with it myself; it's all handled by the framework.
[2016-8-26. : 10:16 pm]
Roy -- Example: https://jsfiddle.net/x4zuLer8/
[2016-8-26. : 10:13 pm]
Sand Wraith -- xD lol!
[2016-8-26. : 10:13 pm]
Sand Wraith -- reeducate capitalist pigs
[2016-8-26. : 10:12 pm]
Sand Wraith -- i specify classes for the gulag
[2016-8-26. : 10:09 pm]
Roy -- I just specify classes for the columns I want.
[2016-8-26. : 10:09 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Except I think inline kills height or something
[2016-8-26. : 10:09 pm]
Roy -- I use a CSS framework like Bootstrap.
[2016-8-26. : 10:09 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- How do you do it now? Inline?
[2016-8-26. : 10:08 pm]
Roy -- Floats are garbage: I never float things manually anymore because of how finicky they can be.
[2016-8-26. : 10:08 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I already said, it was some weird quirk that I vaguely recall that putting float: left on everything resolved so that's just how I've always done it. :P
[2016-8-26. : 10:08 pm]
Roy -- You were probably doing something else with your CSS that was messing with the floats, or maybe you weren't properly clearing floats. This is how they've always worked since IE6.
[2016-8-26. : 10:07 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I know that, but that wouldn't be resolved by floating both of them.
[2016-8-26. : 10:06 pm]
Roy -- You can resize the jsfiddle to see the red floats dropping down to the next line if you get it small enough.
[2016-8-26. : 10:06 pm]
Roy -- That happens if there isn't enough horizontal space and you're floating more than one thing.
[2016-8-26. : 10:04 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- It's probably from old standards, old browsers, or something. Maybe I was using IE or something at the time
[2016-8-26. : 10:04 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I know how it works now, I just remember before divs that didn't have float: would be put on a separate line from those that did
[2016-8-26. : 10:02 pm]
Roy -- Maybe this will make things somewhat clearer: https://jsfiddle.net/yt1zgbr3/
[2016-8-26. : 9:58 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- oh cool, you only have to float div1
[2016-8-26. : 9:57 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I remember trying it other ways and it would always put stuff on different lines
[2016-8-26. : 9:57 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I dunno, it's just how I've always done it because it always worked. ;o
[2016-8-26. : 9:56 pm]
Roy -- You don't even have to float both of them.
[2016-8-26. : 9:56 pm]
Roy -- Sure it does. They're floating, so why would they be on separate lines?
[2016-8-26. : 9:55 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- you could, but I don't think that puts them in the same line
[2016-8-26. : 9:55 pm]
Vrael -- shouldn't one be left and one be right
[2016-8-26. : 9:55 pm]
Vrael -- huh
[2016-8-26. : 9:54 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- so that they are in the same line
[2016-8-26. : 9:54 pm]
Vrael -- why are both .div1 and .div2 float left?
[2016-8-26. : 9:50 pm]
Vrael -- ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ok
[2016-8-26. : 9:49 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- # is for IDs
[2016-8-26. : 9:49 pm]
Vrael -- I thought the # was for classes, not .
[2016-8-26. : 9:42 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- ya, we can't have people not taking us seriously
[2016-8-26. : 9:42 pm]
Roy -- And we can cite performance as the reason!
[2016-8-26. : 9:42 pm]
Mini Moose 2707 -- Yeah, this way we can rebuild again after 5 years when there's a new hipster tech LMAO
[2016-8-26. : 9:41 pm]
Roy -- But think of the hipster potential.
[2016-8-26. : 9:40 pm]
Mini Moose 2707 -- "RethinkDB can also be significantly slower than other NoSQL databases like MongoDB. But it provides a helpful web-based administrative user interface for managing the database. Some of its API syntax can result in code that is visually messy." smh
[2016-8-26. : 9:38 pm]
Mini Moose 2707 -- Written in C++, JavaScript, Bash ... Operating system Unix, Linux, OS X, BSD ... already like RethinkDB
[2016-8-26. : 9:37 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I don't know what that is :wob:
[2016-8-26. : 9:37 pm]
Roy -- How do you feel about Horizon and RethinkDB?
[2016-8-26. : 9:31 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I'm only good at small-time PHP stuff, like EUDDB or reading/processing GRP files
[2016-8-26. : 9:28 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- Rusty, and not very proficient in the first place :P
[2016-8-26. : 9:27 pm]
Mini Moose 2707 -- How do you feel about PHP and MySQL LMAO
[2016-8-26. : 9:26 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I can't
[2016-8-26. : 9:26 pm]
Mini Moose 2707 -- I can think of some web things for you to do :farty:
[2016-8-26. : 9:25 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I should do more webstuff
[2016-8-26. : 9:25 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- CSS is fun :wob:
[2016-8-26. : 9:24 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- I could have (and it would have been better to) call them something like .fixed and .fill
[2016-8-26. : 9:23 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- . is a class, instead of just going by tag name
[2016-8-26. : 9:23 pm]
Dem0n -- ya I didn't read up on any CSS for my job interview rofl
[2016-8-26. : 9:23 pm]
Dem0n -- o u rite
[2016-8-26. : 9:23 pm]
O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- lol I put width: auto; on body, I meant to do height. Apparently setting the height of body to 100% isn't necessary anymore
[2016-8-26. : 9:23 pm]
Mini Moose 2707 -- No, you should learn CSS if you want to know what that is
[2016-8-26. : 9:22 pm]
Dem0n -- I should learn more HTML
[2016-8-26. : 9:22 pm]
Dem0n -- the fuck is .div { } LMAO
[2016-8-26. : 9:21 pm]
Mini Moose 2707 -- And you would be like "holy shit things that aren't fixed width are hard let me try to just guess percentages well it looks okay at some widths guess that's enough" and then you would bop yourself LMAO



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