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In CSS Flexbox, why are there no “justify-items” and “justify-self” properties?

Question: ❓❓❓ Consider the main axis and cross axis of a flex container:                                                                                                                        Source: W3C To align flex items along the main axis there is one property: justify-content To align flex items along the cross axis there are three properties: align-content align-items align-self In the image above, the main axis Read more…

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How to force a line break in a loooooong word in a DIV?

Question: ❓❓❓ Okay, this is really confusing me. I have some content inside of a div like so: <div style="background-color: green; width: 200px; height: 300px;"> Thisisatest.Thisisatest.Thisisatest.Thisisatest.Thisisatest.Thisisatest. </div> However, the content overflows the DIV (as expected) because the ‘word’ is too long. How can I force the browser to ‘break’ the Read more…

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Fluid width with equally spaced DIVs

Question: ❓❓❓ I have a fluid width container DIV. Within this I have 4 DIVs all 300px x 250px… <div id="container"> <div class="box1"> </div> <div class="box2"> </div> <div class="box3"> </div> <div class="box4"> </div> </div> What I want to happen is box 1 to be floated left, box 4 to be Read more…

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Limit text length to n lines using CSS

Question: ❓❓❓ Is it possible to limit a text length to “n” lines using CSS (or cut it when overflows vertically). text-overflow: ellipsis; only works for 1 line text. original text: Ultrices natoque mus mattis, aliquam, cras in pellentesque tincidunt elit purus lectus, vel ut aliquet, elementum nunc nunc rhoncus Read more…

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CSS selector for text input fields?

Question: ❓❓❓ How can I target input fields of type ‘text’ using CSS selectors? Good Answer: 👌👌👌 input[type=text] or, to restrict to text inputs inside forms form input[type=text] or, to restrict further to a certain form, assuming it has id myForm #myForm input[type=text] Notice: This is not supported by IE6, Read more…

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