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    khinekhinemyatnoe
    @babemyatnoe_gitlab
    i've downloaded this design from codepen https://codepen.io/elmahdim/pen/tEeDn
    it's about product lists and shopping cart
    i want to add their js codes to my own design
    i've tried a lot of ways but it still doesn't work :')
    JuanCarlosJr97
    @juancarlosjr97

    @juancarlosjr97
    Hi guys!

    I am working on a website and I need to create a few stuff, but that website is using bootstrap 2 and I have already created everything using bootstrap 4, is it possible to use both without breaking the other, like only use bootstrap for a div and not for the whole website???
    I just want to finish this task… Sorry for this question

    Alexander Tarkhov
    @tarkhov
    New release of PostBoot 1.0.0-rc4 is here - must have Bootstrap based library, list of new features here https://github.com/tarkhov/postboot/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc4 don't forget star the repo if you like.
    adamfr3ak
    @adamfr3ak
    Hello World
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    vancha112 he
    theochan62
    @theochan62
    Hi there
    JuanCarlosJr97
    @juancarlosjr97
    Hello, does someone know to isolate bootstrap?
    Eric
    @sliceofbytes
    what do you mean?
    namespace it?
    You can just use scss and import the main file inside a class of your choosing then rebuild the project.
    helvetica123
    @helvetica123
    hi, I need a script/worpress plugin for showing my themes with responsive screens.to more explain, I talk about a responsive bar like on themeforest demo screen.customers click mobile button then theme starts to work for mobile screen.if you know something about it, please contact me.
    femi89
    @femi89
    Hi @all
    KongsenYoung
    @KongsenYoung
    how to learn python from scratch ?
    I wanna know and start to learn python, while I have given up for some times^
    who can help me ?
    Tom Simnett
    @simmerz
    @KongsenYoung you probably want to ask in the Python channel
    MattJamesB
    @MattJamesB
    What happened to FreeCodeCamps chatroom? there used to be a room for asking questions related to the lessons
    Devanshis177@gmail.com
    @devanshi7799
    helloo
    Devanshis177@gmail.com
    @devanshi7799
    can someone help me with Gsoc 2020 selection process and guide me about it?
    i am new to open source.
    dkeulen
    @dkeulen
    hi all, can anyone tell me how to target every ::before and ::after so i do NOT target them. was trying something like :not()::before but that does not work (fairly new to :not() )
    *:not(*)::before
    Eric
    @sliceofbytes
    Shouldn't need to @dkeulen
    * does not target psuedo before and after
    If you have an example of what you are trying to do or not do it might be more useful
    dewanshdutta
    @dewanshdutta2_twitter
    shancat[1].jpg
    ankitdhama
    @ankitdhama
    Search and create your code snippets on https://devsheet.com/
    ktin
    @ktin
    Hi can someone help me because my email modal is not showing
    thank you
    Alexandr Rešetňak
    @Resetnak
    Hi. Post the modal here.
    Marvel B'ringa
    @Sneme
    NewDimension
    @NewDimension
    Question about SCSS, if you have $class: foo. With foo : bar !default. Then you go and define foo before loading the files. Does $class get the default value or the new one?
    Specifically, I'm wondering why setting $font-weight-bold: 600; doesn't lead to $badge-font-weight to be set to the same value.
    Eric
    @sliceofbytes
    @NewDimension yes it will override the derived variable
    NewDimension
    @NewDimension
    @sliceofbytes huh, it didn't with this setup https://dpaste.de/ETLe
    Eric
    @sliceofbytes
    You have to set your variables before the import
    NewDimension
    @NewDimension
    @sliceofbytes ah. I see the issue now. The ones with $dark belong after variables. But the numbers ones belong before
    Thank you
    Eric
    @sliceofbytes
    @import '~bootstrap/scss/functions';
    $font-weight-bold:1500;
    @import '~bootstrap/scss/variables';
    np
    Harimau melaya
    @HarimauApapap_twitter
    Hi
    Dhaval Vira
    @dhavalveera
    hi
    Nazar Broslavskyi
    @nazarbroslavskyi
    Felipe Catão do Nascimento
    @FelipeKatao
    Please, who can follow me in GitHub? I write one project in Python one new framework, and this project and my profile need plus one follow, for I can participate one conpetition, who could help , I thanks : https://github.com/FelipeKatao
    Hizqeel Javed
    @barcode374
    What the Fuck
    Vini Brasil
    @vnbrs

    Hey! I've started a curated list of blogs, websites, and all kinds of reads about software development. If you could take a look, or even, contribute by adding blogs about front-end and/or Bootstrap , it'd be nice!

    https://github.com/vnbrs/digest

    WebGearMT
    @WebGearMT

    I'm having problems with sizing my bootstrap image here. Here's the html (index.ejs):

    <title>Title</title>
      </head>
      <body>
        <% include /home/user/nodejs/q-a-to-christianity/admin/views/partials/nav.ejs %>
        <div class="jumbotron jumbotron-fluid text-center mdb-color darken-4 white-text">
          <div class="container-fluid">
            <img class="img-fluid" src="images/banner.png" width="1000" height="20px">
            <p>Enlighting the world for Christ</p>

    The problem I'm facing is that the height doesn't change at all, no matter how small or big I make it. The strange thing is, it changes in the DOM, yet it's different in the box model:

    Screenshot from 2019-09-24 12-15-21.png