I have divs that expand and contract when clicked on.  The Masonry library has worked great for initializing the page.  The problem I am experiencing is that with the absolute positioning in place from Masonry and the directive below, when divs expan...
Scenario  In an Angular2 app, I have some code in a component's view parent.component.html looping through an array of items and outputting each item as a new component:  <div class="list-items">   <!-- In the attached image, thi...
Ok, so here is the problem https://jsfiddle.net/yq7f1a63/1/  Here is my code:  $(function () {  $('.content').hide();  $('a.read').click(function () {       $(this).parent('.excerpt').hide();      $(this).closest('li')...
http://codepen.io/donnaloia/pen/IekLw  I'm trying to replicate the tympanus demo using masonry and animonscroll.js.  the only difference is I'm using div cards with images inside them instead of just images.  Here is the working tympanus demo...
So I'm trying to achieve a continuous loop effect on a page that contains a masonry grid.  Basically I have a full page masonry grid that I want to loop on scroll up or down.  Currently I have this:  var $grid = $('.grid').masonry({   ite...
Why can't I show 4 items by row if the width of each one is 25% and the gutter param is 10?  Please help me!  $('.grid').masonry({     itemSelector: '.grid-item',     columnWidth: '.grid-sizer',     gutter: 10 });   http:/...
I am having an issue with Masonry where if I need one element to be 100% width and the rest to be 50% width, the layout no longer puts my elements adjacent to each other. What I would like is for the items to show up side-by-side like they do when th...
So here's what I'm trying to do. I have a grid with a lot of images, so I'm using the imagesLoaded library along with masonry.  Here's my CSS:  .grid {     opacity:0; }   And HTML:  <div class="grid">     <div class=&...
I'm building a masonry grid which needs to have the following output:    But the problem is masonry is going to fill horizontal space first and after that it's going to fill the vertical spacing. So the first part is going good with masonry b...

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