@TOMEJUS this is the reason i dont like frameworks
IT would work perfectly if id put very big images so it won't have any space to overflow (which example I exactly saw), however if somehow I could manage to put that image into wrapper which are same dimensions as image then it would work as well, but unfor i believe im over my head and im doing something wrong :(
@AkashKumarVerma haha i feel you, this is the first time im working with bootstrap, so I guess i don't know any secrets where I could find a workaround around this
Akash Kumar Verma
@TOMEJUS they are messy, it's in their code abstracting something too much creates problems that we cant even se
hey can anyone help with html units ? rem,em,px ?
@ajayt365 we'll try!
should i use px or rem ? when shoud i use em etc. ?
@ajayt365 as far as I know, px is the best measure to use, however there are cases when others are better to use.
@ajayt365 so if i were you I would stick with px's for times sake
@TOMEJUS those are not paddings that is you image beiing added to fit the container vertically. Do what i said and set the section3 height to some value
what a great community this is
Akash Kumar Verma
@sennator2 here to help each other
@AkashKumarVerma As I said, even if it would help it looses its responsiveness (just tried) so its no use in any case, but thanks for help. Or im clearly missing something, by any chance could you edit that pen?
tomejus sends brownie points to @akashkumarverma :sparkles: :thumbsup: :sparkles:
What i am trying now is a workaround with JS, I know its not ideal, but what I will try to accomplish is a add wraper with jQuery hover, then Style it according to picture size and then add transition class and then remove everything :D
Seems like it wont work, but worth a try
@TOMEJUS take a look at my portfolio. It isn't finished but if you hover over the Obama picture, is that what you want?