I'm building a one-page site with a fixed-positioned navigation bar which scrolls smoothly to the different section elements through anchor links. The default behaviour for scrolling to an element is to align it to the top of the browser window....
The issue seems to be that certain letters like g, y, q, etc. that have a tail that slopes downwards, do not allow for vertical centering. Here's an image to showcase the problem .  The characters in the green box are basically perfect, as they h...
How does facebook vertically align its photos?  I inspected their img tag and its parent.  The parent doesn't use padding and the img doesn't use margins.  There is vertical-align, but I don't think it applies in this case(see Image not v...
I have searched the knowledge base high and low, but nothing seems to give me a result.  I have attached a screenshot and code of the content I'm working on below, but what I'm needing to do is vertically align the images based on the height...
I need to vertically align the navigation arrows with the slide image no matter what the window width is. Currently, it's putting it at 50% of the entire slide. I'm hoping to be able to do this with CSS, but seems like it may need to be done...
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Edit  As to why I need this behaviour, having my content in a single div means that all of the content is in chronological order on both the web page and in the html. This means that when the content is shown on a small screen and the columns collaps...
I'm trying to make multiple vertical sliders that are dependent on each other. Thanks to all the great posts on this site, I've already come a long way, but I could really use some help to get to the finish.  The goal: if a slider is moved, i...
This is my code :   HTML  <html> <body>   <div id="id">     <div class="one">       <img>     </div>     <div class="two">       <img>     </div>     <div class="one...

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