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    Jan Hovancik
    @hovancik
    don't see any reason why not
    Mher Shahinyan
    @Shahinyanm
    Hi guys, how to do this so that the imported CSS code only affects the #editor ID. Thanks
    #editor {
        // Import Bulma
        @import "~bulma";
    
        // Import Buefy;
        @import '~buefy/dist/buefy.css';
    
        // Import Functions
        @import "functions.scss";
    }
    Shawn Maddock
    @smaddock
    That’s not possible with CSS, you’d have to use SASS and compile it so the ID is propagated to each declaration.
    Mher Shahinyan
    @Shahinyanm
    Thank you @smaddock
    Avan Aroueterra
    @Aroueterra
    Hey guys, was wondering if it's alright to ask for help here.
    Joseph Haig
    @jrmhaig
    Hi. Please excuse the beginner question. How can I know what modules I need to import for a particular feature? For example, can I see from this page what modules are required for each example? https://bulma.io/documentation/form/input/
    Alistair MacDonald
    @F1LT3R
    I am also beginning to look at Bulma, and I came on to ask the exact same question as @jrmhaig :)
    For me, it’s a Web Components setup, so I’m thinking about how I can pull just the CSS needed for certain components into each shadow dom.
    This will likely be through a JavaScript module, rather than a CSS @import rule, as the performance would be considerably better according to various blog posts I’ve seen written by people workong on the V8 engine.
    Eric
    @sliceofbytes
    @F1LT3R not exactly an answer but normally I just run my bundle through something like purifycss or uncss to remove all the extra bs
    that isn't used
    @jrmhaig @import '~bulma/scss/form/_all.scss' if you want to get even more detailed then that you can see what _all.scss imports
    Alistair MacDonald
    @F1LT3R
    Thanks Eric
    Vyacheslav Konovalov
    @vyachkonovalov
    I know this was asked a thousand times before😁 Why sass over scss?
    Warrumin
    @Warrumin
    Hello :)
    Is Bulma based on material design?
    I mean material design principles
    Vyacheslav Konovalov
    @vyachkonovalov
    Warrumin: in a nightmare😄
    Warrumin
    @Warrumin
    You don't like material design? haha
    Too flat?
    Vyacheslav Konovalov
    @vyachkonovalov
    I've used it and I hate it :)
    elements can't just fly on a page, they need a material.. bla bla, bull shit
    Warrumin
    @Warrumin
    "elements can't just fly on a page, they need a material." What do you mean?
    Vyacheslav Konovalov
    @vyachkonovalov
    @Warrumin can't find the source, they changed the guides
    AzoR | Jonah
    @Jonah412
    How would i go about centering that to the middle of the page?
    Raj
    @rajsinghUSA
    @Jonah412 what do you mean? It looks centered
    AzoR | Jonah
    @Jonah412
    I got it
    Now how do i change the background color of a table?
    scratch that
    AzoR | Jonah
    @Jonah412
    So i made a pulsating circle using css
    But its not working
    This is the codepen i am using
    Chris Shortreed
    @illusive-ch
    hey everyone, I have a profile dropdown that when mobile goes inside the hamburger is there an easy way to keep an item outside of the hamburger and place it beside?
    Chris Shortreed
    @illusive-ch
    on IOS safari "hero is-white is-fullheight-with-navbar" the footer isn't showing it has to be scrolled down to be able to see the footer even using the hero template they give you its still not in view, any thoughts on how to fix this?
    Norbert Haberl
    @nhaberl
    Has anybody done masonry style layout with sorting and fil
    filtering?
    Kulcanhez
    @Kulcanhez
    Hello people! I'm migrating to Bulma or at least trying and I'm facing with an issue so simple...how can I give a margin or a padding easily?
    Screenshot 2020-04-19 at 23.42.59.jpg
    For example, in that case, but instead of having banner-main-title and banner-sub-title I have 'title is-1' and 'title is-3' how can I give a margin to that?
    Kulcanhez
    @Kulcanhez
    well I can always use scoped but I was expecting some utility class for it :p
    Norbert Haberl
    @nhaberl
    Guys ... is this book still accurate ?
    Callum Cassidy-Nolan
    @cuppajoeman
    Hey is anyone here?
    Carlo Ascani
    @2pxsolidblack_gitlab
    Hi all, I am sure I am doing something wrong, I see a negative margin top and bottom the columns class, what is that for?
    here's what I mean, I really don't understand the purpose of that negative margin, I am surely doing something wrong
    Lean Junio
    @leanjunio
    Hey guys, does bulma allow flex-direction: column on columns? They all seem to be rows