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  1. dsonesuk

    my borders are mixing

    Since you haven't provided ANY code to work with, i presume you want the answer as a image also. With a image editor: 1) take a copy of each (i would presume) menu item except the first. 2) take copy of background with first menu only 3) paste each menu under the previous equally spaced apart, aligned and obviously with no overlap, tada! Done. Much quicker and easier than messing around with all that html and css code nonsense.
  2. Its probably the space in the column name, try backticks ( ` ) around column name.
  3. You have to target parent elements that already exists then created child element using .on() jQuery function.
  4. background-color: rgba(217, 176, 78 , 0.5;
  5. I assume its NOT as shown and function called, THEN defined in that order?
  6. Usually a decent editor would highlight something like this, it would give you the ability to collapse these containers to identify misplaced opening or closing tags. You can also use W3C html validator.
  7. Yes! Everything. https://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp https://validator.w3.org/
  8. As mentioned in other duplicate post if not running through a localserver it won't work! Also you have stutter problem with code you supplied '<llink' and '<div w3-iinclude-html'
  9. Trouble is, your html is so messed up with invalid html, i don't want to possibly waste my time trying to fix something, if all that is required is you fix the invalid html in the first place! https://validator.w3.org/
  10. Looks like custom upload input, try overflow: hidden; or text-over: ellipsis;
  11. It does not work properly because you have added the wrapper within .flip-card-inner class element and in doing the styling affects the wrapper and not front and back class elements. So move it outside flip-card-inner container element, and give wrapper height: 100%; and width: 100%;
  12. Identify what makes it a black menu, use same css with maybe higher hierarchical identify (id , or class) so you can override the styling that makes it black.
  13. Could be simple as one has a default fontsize, default margins for paragraph and header elements greater than the other, so the height of chrome wrapper happens to fill the full height available, and gives same as if it was given 100% height.
  14. new wrapper has no height set, so it will wrap to content, flip elements have 100% height, but! they will fit height of new wrapper which is to height of content, not to height of flip-card-inner which is total height of flip-card elements. Remember you can only have one unique id within each page not multiple duplicates.
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