|Related to : How do I fix this DIV sizing issue?|
|picture is not full width on load up, only after re-sizing window|
I assume you are talking about the circular graphic that appears when
you are not in full screen? I believe that behavior is specified at
the link below and am not sure what you want to accomplish.
What do you mean when you say it's "not on its place"?
|How to keep text in the middle of the screen even when re-sizing page in html/css|
Remove the padding and add margin: 0 auto.
margin: 0 auto;
<p>this is sample text.this is sample text.this is sample
text.this is sample text.this is sample text.</p>
|New to HTML and CSS and I need help optimising my code. Also have a few issues with dynamic sizing of elements|
Having those Ids classes with identical code is not efficient: Instead
of using #id to style an element, use classes.
Create a class for all the properties that are identical and assign
this class to all the HTML elements.
For example, instead of repeating font-family: 'Kalam', cursive;
width: 80% in several #id create a class ".typography-big" or
whatever and then apply the style to all the h
|Sizing / Layout directives in Angular which depends on other directives|
not related to angular i think.
i would create a css class for header and for content and define the
heights, display and so on... there.
in your case maybe absolute position with top 0 for header and height
40px, and top 40px for content (numbers are as an example).
so you got
|Issue with EaselJS|
Since you know how many seconds you want to have something wait before
performing an action, and you know how many frames per second your
program will run at, what you can do is count frames before performing
A good way to count the frames would be to maintain a tick counter,
and decrement the counter any time it is a positive number, and then
performing an action once the counter hits