HTML & CSS: How to use column-count to automatically divide text into columns

Let’s say I have a project where I want to print all numbers from 1 to 100 in a web page. For this example, I am using the the ZeroCool problem where I print “Zero” for all multiples of 3, “Cool” for all multiples of 5, and “ZeroCool” for all numbers that are a multiple … Continue reading HTML & CSS: How to use column-count to automatically divide text into columns

HTML & CSS: How to control uneven columns with Flexbox align-self

Building on the Flexbox foundation described in this previous article: HTML & CSS: How to understand the basics of Flexbox for responsive web design I am now going to describe how to control columns that may have varying amounts of data in them. Flexbox has an attribute for the child element called “align-self” which can … Continue reading HTML & CSS: How to control uneven columns with Flexbox align-self

HTML & CSS: How to understand the basics of Flexbox for responsive web design

The CSS3 Flexbox Grid system is based on the idea of a parent/child container relationship. The parent, if we call it “row” needs to have “display: flex;”. For example: /* Parent */ .row { display: flex; } The child, if we give it a class name of “col”, should have “flex: 1;”. The 1 here … Continue reading HTML & CSS: How to understand the basics of Flexbox for responsive web design

HTML & CSS: How to stack Font Awesome icons

In order to stack Font Awesome ions, someone wrote a custom CSS solution that features a class called “icons-stack”, which looks like: .icon-stack { position: relative; display: inline-block; width: 150px; height: 150px; line-height: 80px; vertical-align: middle; } .icon-stack-1x, .icon-stack-2x, .icon-stack-3x { position: absolute; left: 0; width: 100%; text-align: center; } .icon-stack-1x { line-height: inherit; } … Continue reading HTML & CSS: How to stack Font Awesome icons