I recently had to create a view which utilised the horizontal space of the page as opposed to the vertical space. A simple task you’d think – set a width on the container and you can rely on the browser horizontal scrollbar. Oh no… Continue reading
So recently I came across another classic from back in the day….IE8! I was having some trouble with an image within a table. It was not obeying the width of the table, even though I’d set a
max-width on the image… Continue reading
I know this is old news and simple to fix, but recently I stumbled upon a new solution which also irons out some problems with the widely adopted original fix…
“…so I just save my code here, and the browser auto-magically displays my new changes…without me refreshing the page……no you’re gonna have to run that by me again…”
So if you think with your CSS brain, and even do some light reading on google, you will quickly come to the assumption that creating an opaque mask over an image that exposes a square ‘window’ is just not possible.