That looks like an application-specific setting, not something built-in to the framework. You'll need to look at the documentation or source of the application to find out what the available settings are.
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Then maybe you didn't set the position for the div? Try adjusting that to say relative to see what it does. It always helps to just experiment with css settings to see what happens. I would also suggest searching google for help on positioning as it can be confusing and hard to understand. Some elements do not respond to anything you do which would be learned in online articles.
hi as you can see in question i want to create a similar in view html5 app like http://custom.case-mate.com/ although i know normal jquery i have some doubts, i.e.: 1.how to add buttons is it html5 or jquery. 2.how to put shadow in last output like that site and 3.how can this be a responsive design so every browser out their accepts it. modern browser of course. 4.my main query is regarding those buttons my app have different purpose so i really need those buttons. are their any fun tutorial available for such transition of jquery/html.
Is it just me or are the IE11 (on Win7) Web Developer tools completely broken?
I'm trying to change attributes on an existing element and each time I try and add a CSS rule to an element in the CSS window it just puts a line through it an ignores it. So I then right click on the element and choose "Edit as HTML", but there's no "Get out of Edit mode" button I can see, so I randomly click until it pops out of HTML edit mode, and sometimes loses my changes. When I do manage to get the attribute added it doesn't seem to take effect.
And let's not mention how often the dev tools seem to hang or just crash.
I have a graduation project
and I want to work on site that combines (chat and e-cloud and Calendar)
so the site organizes the teamwork on their projects, so that the debating among themselves in a group or private, and share each other's files by e-cloud like dropbox, and the site also includes the appointment of staff functions
And clarify the date of the task on the calendar ..
, What are the programming languages which helps me to do that
I'm creating an app for windows desktop and I'm trying to find a workaround using html5 that allows me insert a button that interacts with windows explorer in form of a dialogue box of which when clicked let's my app point to the right file format in windows explorer.
I mean the java script event of the file input. Look;
var fileInput = $(this);
var fileName = fileInput.val();
var extention = fileName.subString(fileName.lastIndexOf('.'));
// to do handle the extension values.
I have an inherited app which was built with WCSF framework. It is a smaller app, way, way to small and simple to need the massive bulk of WCSF. I want to migrate to a normal webforms app.
I've managed to strip out most of the unneeded views, etc, and converted all pages and Masterpages to System.Web.UI.Page/MasterPage rather than the Practices Microsoft.Practices.CompositeWeb.Web.UI.Page
The site works fine with the exception of Global.cs, which still needs to inherit Microsoft.Practices.CompositeWeb.WebClientApplication
instead of HttpWebApplication. If I try to have global.cs use HttpWebApplication, the Shell and other modules don't inititalize, which *only* affects the Shell module and a few others that only deal with the sitemap and authorization.
I'd like to get rid of those modules and be able to completely remove all references to the Microsoft practices librarys. Partly due to the excess bulk, but partly due to the fact that anything I google on WCSF has a huge disclaimer "This is no longer supported...it is garbage and we at Microsoft disown it completely and are sorry we ever foisted it upon you" (or something to that effect).
Has anyone else gone down this road and do you have any suggestions?
Hello! I'm trying to bring DOM element (div) with position: absolute to front of others elements with same positioning. All elements are placed in the same container with position: relative. So I'm trying to reach similar behavior as desktop windows have when they are cascading.
I know about these approaches:
1. Using z-index. Manually increment it and manage what is the highest.
2. Removing element from DOM container and appending it back to the end.
Please, advice any other approaches or what from these ones is the best (especially from UX and performance point of view).