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    Bootstrap 4 Card Problem - align elements across cards

    Nice. I will try that too. I kept working at it and found that in the css if I add a height and also play with margin-bottom, that seems to work. I like your method too. THANKS .card-title{width:100%;height:2.6rem; margin-bottom:1.2rem}
  2. Good afternoon. I have problem. I have 3 cards in a row. They work great. They have an image, a card title, and card text. The problem is when you display the page such that the text in the card title has to wrap. This pushes down the card text. So, when you look across the row, the card text is lower this one, higher that one, not aligned. I am not sure how to fix this. I tried setting a bigger margin bottom for the card title but that didn't work. Here is a picture of the problem. Ignore the dotted white lines. Was directly from Dreamweaver display. any ideas would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks Card code in the page: <div class="col-lg-3 col-md-6 mb-4 column start"> <div class="card h-100"> <a href="http://help.cccis.com/static/ccc_one/training/Search%20Overview/Search%20Overview.htm" target="blank" onMouseOut="MM_swapImgRestore()" onMouseOver="MM_swapImage('searchov','','images/intro_3_demo.png',1)"><img class="card-img-top" src="images/intro_3_base.jpg" alt="Search Overview" id="searchov"></a> <div class="card-body"> <h4 class="card-title"> <a href="http://help.cccis.com/static/ccc_one/training/Search%20Overview/Search%20Overview.htm" target="_blank">Search Overview</a> </h4> <h5>ELearning</h5> <p class="card-text">This demonstration provides an overview of the search functionality.</p> </div> <div class="card-footer"> Duration: 10 mins </div> </div> </div> CSS bootstrap.css: .card { position: relative; display: -ms-flexbox; display: flex; -ms-flex-direction: column; flex-direction: column; min-width: 0; word-wrap: break-word; background-color: #fff; background-clip: border-box; border: 1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.125); border-radius: 0.25rem; } CSS bootstrap.min.css for the cards: (apologies for the wall o'text - its from a template) .card {position:relative;display:flex;flex-direction: column;min-width:0;word-wrap:break-word;background-color:#fff;background-clip:border-box;border:1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.125);border-radius: 0.25rem}.card > * {flex: 0 0 auto}.card>hr{margin-right:0;margin-left:0}.card>.list-group:first-child .list-group-item:first-child{border-top-left-radius:.25rem;border-top-right-radius:.25rem}.card>.list-group:last-child .list-group-item:last-child{border-bottom-right-radius:.25rem;border-bottom-left-radius:.25rem}.card-body{width:100%;-ms-flex:auto;flex:auto;padding:1.25rem}.card-title{width:100%;margin-bottom:1.75rem}.card-subtitle{margin-top:-.375rem;margin-bottom:0}.card-text:last-child{width:100%;margin-bottom:0}.card.h-100 .card-body .card-text { }
  3. DeniseW

    Porfolio Gallery Filter Button Outline disappears

    THANKS..I am trying it now. YOU ARE WONDERFUL!! It works and I understand it AND just, thanks!!! You really helped me out of a jam! 😂
  4. DeniseW

    Porfolio Gallery Filter Button Outline disappears

    and that is my conundrum. I don't know enough to understand what to do. Im sorry if I sound dense. I appreciate your patience with me. Would it make a difference if I did btn.filter-active then in the script told it too look at filter-active? I mean to say, create a unique active class?
  5. DeniseW

    Porfolio Gallery Filter Button Outline disappears

    Okay. That makes sense. Except that I need the actives where they are so that the side nav works as well. So, I tried to create a btn-filter as a new class. But that caused every button I clicked to turn on the border. I also tried to create a "filter-active" class. Neither worked. What would you suggest? I am truly at a loss as to how to fix it. thanks again.
  6. Hello. I am using a bootstrap responsive ecommerce template. The filter buttons work great! BUT, if you click on a "card" or even on the background, the outline around the button disappears. This is a problem that the original W3 example doesn't have. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Here is the original: https://www.w3schools.com/howto/tryit.asp?filename=tryhow_js_portfolio_gallery_filter Here is mine: Here is the page: http://help.cccis.com/static/ccc_one/ELCTraining/EstWorkRO.html Here is the filter buttons: <div id="myBtnContainer"> <button class="btn active" onclick="filterSelection('all')">Show all</button> <button class="btn" onclick="filterSelection('estimates')">Estimates</button> <button class="btn" onclick="filterSelection('workfiles')">Workfiles</button> <button class="btn" onclick="filterSelection('ros')">ROs</button> <button class="btn" onclick="filterSelection('checklist')">Direct CheckList</button> <button class="btn" onclick="filterSelection('share')">Estimate Share</button> <button class="btn" onclick="filterSelection('touch')">Touch</button> </div> </div> Here is the javascript: <!-- Bootstrap core JavaScript --> <script src="vendor/jquery/jquery.min.js"></script> <script src="vendor/bootstrap/js/bootstrap.bundle.min.js"></script> <script> filterSelection("all") // Execute the function and show all columns function filterSelection(c) { var x, i; x = document.getElementsByClassName("column"); if (c == "all") c = ""; // Add the "show" class (display:block) to the filtered elements, and remove the "show" class from the elements that are not selected for (i = 0; i < x.length; i++) { w3RemoveClass(x, "show"); if (x.className.indexOf(c) > -1) w3AddClass(x, "show"); } } // Show filtered elements function w3AddClass(element, name) { var i, arr1, arr2; arr1 = element.className.split(" "); arr2 = name.split(" "); for (i = 0; i < arr2.length; i++) { if (arr1.indexOf(arr2) == -1) { element.className += " " + arr2; } } } // Hide elements that are not selected function w3RemoveClass(element, name) { var i, arr1, arr2; arr1 = element.className.split(" "); arr2 = name.split(" "); for (i = 0; i < arr2.length; i++) { while (arr1.indexOf(arr2) > -1) { arr1.splice(arr1.indexOf(arr2), 1); } } element.className = arr1.join(" "); } // Add active class to the current button (highlight it) var btnContainer = document.getElementById("myBtnContainer"); var btns = btnContainer.getElementsByClassName("btn"); for (var i = 0; i < btns.length; i++) { btns.addEventListener("click", function () { var current = document.getElementsByClassName("active"); current[0].className = current[0].className.replace(" active", ""); this.className += " active"; }); } </script> If you click on a filter button, it works. But if you click on the background, the button does not stay highlighted. HELP!
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