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Platinatic
Posted on 03-20-17 03:13 PM (rev. 2 of 03-20-17 03:13 PM) Link | #82073
Posted by Mariomaster
Your layout reminds me a lot of the AMD logo :P

Oh wow, i never thought of that!

Also, thanks for the help StapleButter

Super Hackio
Posted on 03-20-17 08:16 PM (rev. 4 of 03-20-17 08:17 PM) Link | #82078



In case you haven't noticed, I am having trouble with this, layout thing.

It keeps giving my posts
<br>
before my post starts. How is this fixed?

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LeftyGreenMario
Posted on 03-29-17 08:08 PM Link | #82200
I think it's a problem with how you wrote your post layout in the editing field since your layout in your profile has four of these brs, not just one of them.

Super Hackio
Posted on 03-29-17 08:31 PM (rev. 3 of 03-29-17 08:32 PM) Link | #82201



._. maybe...

EDIT: here is my code: (DO NOT STEAL)
<div style="background:#04002B url(http://kuribo64.net/get.php?id=uQ6DvB2659zFYDLT);background-repeat: no-repeat, repeat;min-height:500px;padding:5px;">
<div style="border:2px solid #a5a51f;background:rgba(81, 79, 1, 0.7);padding:10px;max-width:1000px;">


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Dilene
Posted on 05-22-17 03:39 AM Link | #83280
I'm having doubts about the spoiler button styling in my layout. I'm not even sure if it's styled correctly in every "modern" browser (I only have Firefox Dev on this machine so... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ )


test spoiler


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StapleButter
Posted on 05-22-17 08:50 AM Link | #83288
well it looks okay here, the borders are hard to distinguish tho


it should be okay in every browser unless you're using cutting-edge features

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Dilene
Posted on 05-22-17 04:38 PM Link | #83293
Posted by StapleButter
well it looks okay here, the borders are hard to distinguish tho


it should be okay in every browser unless you're using cutting-edge features

I actually removed the borders on the button (and almost everything but the codeblock and the bottom of the topmost quote) and made it "flat" because I wanted a simple but working layout. I'll probably have to install other browsers (or find good portable ones) to test the layout anyway.

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StapleButter
Posted on 05-22-17 04:40 PM Link | #83294
I was talking about the borders of the spoiler itself actually-- you know, the dotted border that shows how far it goes.

anyway, your layout's pretty nice :)

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RanAS
Posted on 05-23-17 04:47 AM Link | #83303
You really don't need to use other browsers to test your layout in as long as you don't use experimental or in-development features. You can search any CSS rule and more in sites like this one to see if it's well supported or not.
"I forgot what I was going to say."

Yami
Posted on 05-23-17 09:14 AM (rev. 2 of 05-23-17 09:14 AM) Link | #83307

RanAS
Posted on 05-23-17 03:04 PM Link | #83309
Posted by Yami
The site is already spying on me...
[thumbnail]

Well...it uses Google Analytics and ipinfo.io, so yeah I guess it is.
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Dilene
Posted on 05-23-17 03:11 PM Link | #83310
Posted by StapleButter
I was talking about the borders of the spoiler itself actually-- you know, the dotted border that shows how far it goes.

anyway, your layout's pretty nice :)

Oh, I removed the borders and used a transparent background to speak for itself... Is it too faint to see?

Posted by RanAS
You really don't need to use other browsers to test your layout in as long as you don't use experimental or in-development features. You can search any CSS rule and more in sites like this one to see if it's well supported or not.

Well, cross-browser button styling is a real drag, like webkit/blink browsers adding an ugly 3px blue border when a button is pressed (that can be styled with more css). And the most "experimental" feature I'm using is styling the text selection.

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StapleButter
Posted on 05-23-17 03:58 PM Link | #83314
the border is visible but not a lot, but oh well this will do


also yeah, styling form elements is a shitshow

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RanAS
Posted on 05-25-17 04:26 AM Link | #83336
Posted by Dilene
Well, cross-browser button styling is a real drag, like webkit/blink browsers adding an ugly 3px blue border when a button is pressed (that can be styled with more css). And the most "experimental" feature I'm using is styling the text selection.

spoiler>button:focus {outline: none;}

Though I will agree form elements on different browsers can be quite a pain, I've had some trouble with that already (most of all <input type="number">). ::selection is usually well-supported even though it's not in any CSS specification anymore for some reason.
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iyenal
Posted on 10-07-17 01:12 PM Link | #90169
Isn't dangerous to let users make their custom layout in HTML,JS... ?
It is possible to run with it many security flaws, to access shell for example.

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ScarletWavez
Posted on 10-07-17 01:15 PM Link | #90171
Posted by iyenal
Isn't dangerous to let users make their custom layout in HTML,JS... ?
It is possible to run with it many security flaws, to access shell for example.

Dangerous HTML tags like script and iframe are automatically filtered...

shibboleet
Posted on 10-07-17 02:15 PM Link | #90173
Posted by iyenal
Isn't dangerous to let users make their custom layout in HTML,JS... ?
It is possible to run with it many security flaws, to access shell for example.

javascript isn't allowed. HTML itself is relatively harmless.

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iyenal
Posted on 10-07-17 02:19 PM Link | #90174
Yes, but HTML can open a breach, for example a corrupted GIF or another file...

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Dilene
Posted on 10-07-17 02:34 PM Link | #90177
Posted by iyenal
Yes, but HTML can open a breach, for example a corrupted GIF or another file...

You can make some real weird stuff with svg files, though. HTML itself is harmless if you filter the tags and attributes that do the bad stuff...or crash IE, but that browser crashes if you look at it the wrong way anyway.

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shibboleet
Posted on 10-07-17 02:35 PM Link | #90178
Posted by iyenal
Yes, but HTML can open a breach, for example a corrupted GIF or another file...

..."itself"

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