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This one has worked really well for me.


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DigitalCoding.com has an online tool which enables you to easily find out information about your web browser and operating environment. This online tool can detect internet browser, IP address, operating system, browser plugins, cookies, HTML5 / CSS3 features and many more. Detect Internet Browser Settings A snippet from an example page: An ...


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@AdamTaylor answered my question on Stack Overflow Replace td.tg-weekend with td.tg-weekend, td.tg-weekend .tg-today


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This is by design as you should not be serving or linking to raw files in this manner. It could also be seen as abuse of their services as linking to the raw file is using GitHub as a content delivery network (CDN). Instead, you need to make use of the GitHub Pages feature and link to the file from there. Which, when you build your pages will be along the ...


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Using stylebot you can locally edit the CSS Open Stylebot after installation: Click on the element you wish to highlight: go to advanced: Note the div name and the css implemented: View the outcome: Then simply click the "x" at the top of the screen:


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Instead of to ::selection, apply the new background color to the class .kix-selection-overlay, like such: .kix-selection-overlay { background:#2f65c0; color:#ffffff; } PS: the background color is fairly subtle, but it wasn't difficult to see at all for me. You might want to adjust the color contrast of your screen to see if it helps.


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This usually happens when it takes too much time for your internet to gather information from the server, or the server is slow, resulting in the cached display. Here are the possible solutions: Try using refresh. If that does not work, use the hard refresh, that is shift + refresh or alternatively shift + f5 There is a huge possibility that you have a ...


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If you have Firebug installed you can view the id's of the element by right-clicking on the item and selecting "Inspect Element with Firebug". The Google bar seems to be an unordered list with class gbt for the elements. To apply custom css you could use a tool like stylish although you might want to use Javascript for more control using something like ...


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Each theme is different, but here's how I would of updated it on my tumblr. Knowing more about your theme's HTML would give a better answer. Go to http://www.tumblr.com/customize/<yourBlogName> and click Edit HTML. Within that page look for About within an <h4> tag. Mine looks like this before: <h4>{lang:About}</h4> <div ...


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As it has been already pointed out a couple of times Gmail uses a whole bunch of iframes for its interface. You can use Firebug to view the source code of Gmail, however Gmail is known to crash your browser and slow it to a crawl when inspecting the page with Firebug. Although not only does Gmail use iframes, but it uses quite a lot of obfuscated (well, ...


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The way I fix it only in the live page is by adding a special tag to each Arabic post (for example tag arabic) then in theme CSS I add: tag-arabic { direction: rtl; } You can add that CSS line through your theme (most new theme settings have a page where you can add custom CSS). For the WYSIWYG text editor, you can use this plugin: ...


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Forms in Cognito Forms are designed to responsively adapt from 300 to 800 pixels, and automatically switch between one and two column layouts. They are not designed to be larger than 800 pixels wide. Of course, this is browser pixels, not device pixels, as high-DPI devices scale these automatically. That being said I cannot tell if the form you took a ...


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It depends on what you mean by “Google Fonts”. As fonts, they do not depend on CSS3, or CSS at all; you can download them and install them and use them. As a technique of using “web fonts” or “downloadable fonts”, they use the @font-face declaration defined in CSS Fonts Module Level 3, which is commonly regarded as part of CSS3, which is as such just a vague ...


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I am a developer for Cognito Forms. We are working on localization so that the form and all notifications for the form can be displayed in different languages. You can follow our progress on our idea board. At this time we don't have any plans to allow for custom error messages. I will submit this idea to the team for future releases.


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In order to center a block-level element you need to give it a width. It will otherwise default to 100%. .audioEmbed { width: 20em; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; }


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Have a look at stylebot. Have tried it for several websites, does the job well. Another option would be Stylish, but I haven't tried this one.


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Yes you can get the content of a document using Google Apps Script https://developers.google.com/apps-script/reference/document/document-app and generate html output https://developers.google.com/apps-script/reference/html/


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You Have Edit CSS from Templates. Go to Blogger Dashboard Then go to Template. From there click on Edit HTML Then search for menu class or id in Edit there. Thats all!


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One option would be to implement your menu as a hand-coded HTLM gadget, rather than using the Pages gadget. That way, you could choose which styles to apply to particular menu items.


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As written in one of the answers, ToC can be added anywhere to your page by using the following keyword: __TOC__ If you want to add TOC to same place on every page, you can do so by styling it in your MediaWiki:Common.css wiki page (which gets added to CSS for all skins used, see an example of such page on Wikipedia). Something along the lines of this ...


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This is also a good site: http://caniuse.com/


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The latest version of Google Docs strips (most) CSS and the feature to edit HTML or edit CSS will not be returning. https://docs.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=176442 I presume this is done to maintain consistency across multiple devices, especially mobile, which now supports document editing. Here's another discussion with a possible ...



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