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Full-height app layouts: A CSS trick to make it easier

Native application UIs tend to slice up the screen both horizontally and vertically into a nested set of panels, some of which may scroll/resize, others being docked against particular edges of their parent panes. So, what’s the robust way, with HTML/CSS, to set up a nested collection of panes that exactly divide both the width and height of the browser window? works on all browsers back to IE 7

gregbabula:

Full-height app layouts: A CSS trick to make it easier

Native application UIs tend to slice up the screen both horizontally and vertically into a nested set of panels, some of which may scroll/resize, others being docked against particular edges of their parent panes. So, what’s the robust way, with HTML/CSS, to set up a nested collection of panes that exactly divide both the width and height of the browser window? works on all browsers back to IE 7

Reblogged Via: Front End Development - Greg Babula

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With every grid system that gets released—and there are a lot now—I notice the same issue with nigh on every one of them; handling the extra margin/gutter on the last <div>.

This has been plaguing web designers since the dawn of css, haha. Read this article, they guy takes you through the current solutions out there and explains how to circumvent all that bull$#%! and do it his way. It’s quite an elegant solution once you see it. And best part is, you’re not relying on any pseudo elements or manually applied extra classes to pull it off.

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ProCSSor is a powerful (and wholly free) CSS prettifier that lets you format CSS in the exact way you want. It empowers you to turn your CSS into something that is visually more compelling, and with a minimum of effort at that.

I feel like I’ve seen this around before. But I’m gonna reblog this anyway. Great way to do an overall cleanup of your css. My only complaint is that it seems to remove linebreaks so all of my rules are stacked up on each other. I like a little breathing room.

Reblogged Via: Front End Development - Greg Babula

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