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    khinekhinemyatnoe
    @babemyatnoe_gitlab
    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
    WebGearMT
    @WebGearMT

    I finally resolved to removing the dimensions from the html and trying to size it in the sass, some my attempts were:

    center > .img-fluid {
      background-image: image("admin/public/images/banner.png");
      width: auto;
      height: 20%;
    
    }
    #banner {
      background-image: image("admin/public/images/banner.png");
      width: auto;
      height: 20%;
    
    }

    Whenever I do something like this, the size goes away and the image is to back to its original size again. here's the pen with the complete code (sorry, couldn't add the necessary files for bootstrap because I'm not allowed more than 7 files):
    https://codepen.io/CodeEngine1/project/editor/DygQGb/