Today I was trying to track down a really weird issue whilst following an example online. Trying to debug the issue, and finally comparing file by file each line, the only difference I could find was that I had:
Whilst the demo I was following had:
width: calc(100% - 10px);
I changed the line in my CSS file and everything started working again! Taking a look at the Mozilla documentation, the reason is clear in the very first note. You must surround the operator with whitespace, otherwise, the Calc CSS function will not execute correctly!
As part of responsive design a web page should react to the device it is being displayed on and make the most of the available screen real estate accordingly. With the advent of HTML5 & CSS3 the media tag for stylesheet links has been extended to cope with minimum screen heights and widths. It has also been extended to include “orientation”, the following header block correctly loads/references the relevant stylesheet for the orientation of the . . .
A helpful little tool to reduce the amount of typing needed to produce HTML, with a more detailed introduction on Smashing Magazine. Also include a Resharper 5.0 plug-in.