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HTML: Give Parent Div 100% Height Of Child Floated Elements

Many web designers and front end developers have been stumped by this dilemma before. When you have a parent div with only floated child elements inside, how do you give the parent element the height of the floated child elements? Before we look at the answer, let’s look at why this is a problem in […]

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When Chrome Print Preview Differs From DevTools View

This one’s for the web developers in the house. If you’ve ever tried to debug print styles in Chrome, and kept wondering why the print preview looked totally different than what you were seeing in Chrome Developer Tools, you were exactly where I was earlier this week. Turns out the root of your problems may […]

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Non Mobile-Friendly Websites Facing Judgement Day

April 21st, 2015 is about to become Judgement Day for millions of websites that are not mobile-friendly or still use Flash animation. Google announced late on Febraury 26th, 2015 that search results will more heavily favor mobile-friendly websites beginning April 21st, 2015. Indexed apps will also be surfaced more prominently in search results for users […]

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How To Responsively Rearrange Elements With CSS

Responsive web design presents a number of layout challenges for developers. Sometimes, page content needs to be presented differently on desktop and mobile. If the order needs to be rearranged, what are the options? It helps to remember that page elements are boxes within boxes, inside of a large box, the device window. If there […]

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