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March 3, 2018 at 11:35 pm #267801
Im hitting a bit of a wall with this and I realize the answer is probably super simple. I taught myself css & html, so I am sure I just might be missing something. I am currently designing a portfolio website with images displaying in a horizontal scroll, kind of like this: https://static.squarespace.com/static/ta/51e04beae4b0732384e4e65f/14/assets/nav-left.jpg?format=2500w
What I have works well so far in terms of the scroll, except what I am trying to add, is an image overlay effect similar to this: https://www.w3schools.com/howto/tryit.asp?filename=tryhow_css_image_overlay_fade
I would still want the images to be displayed side by side with no margin or padding, all I would want is when you hover over the image it would have a color overlay and text link that leads to another page. The issue I am running into is there seems to be incorrectly coding my divs so it starts pushing my images to the bottom instead of maintaining a horizontal structure. I have no clue how to resolve this so any suggestions or advice would be super appreciated!
Here is my code so far without the overlay effect: https://codepen.io/anon/pen/YeMMweMarch 4, 2018 at 4:29 am #267806BeverleyhParticipant
The issue I am running into is there seems to be incorrectly coding my divs so it starts pushing my images to the bottom instead of maintaining a horizontal structure. I have no clue how to resolve this
If you’re using a
divto wrap each image, note that their default
block. Block-level elements will take up 100% width of their container, hence it pushing images down to show only one per line. You can try floating the divs with
float: left;, but remember to clear the float otherwise the layout will collapse:
overflow: hidden;applied to the gallery container element should be enough.
As an alternative to floats, you could also try flexbox to structure your div/imgs inside the gallery https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/a-guide-to-flexbox/March 4, 2018 at 3:01 pm #267850
Thank you Beverleyh! I will give both a try, do you recommend one over the other for efficiency in terms of keeping the code neat?March 4, 2018 at 3:28 pm #267851BeverleyhParticipant
Not really – both ways will do the job. I think you’ll need an extra wrapper element between the current gallery container and all the images, if you want to use the flexbox structure. Flexbox has many more layout possibilities, but it can also be a bit challenging (see the earlier linked cheat sheet), so for something structurally simple like this, I’d probably stick to floats.March 4, 2018 at 8:22 pm #267855
Thank you so much! I am so sorry for all the questions just want to make sure I’m getting it. So I started to follow the flexbox structure and was able to get it to this point:
So I need to add a second wrapper before inserting this code:
Again thanks for all the help!March 4, 2018 at 8:26 pm #267856March 6, 2018 at 3:42 pm #267960XiijaParticipant
cool idea :)
I forked it to play with, and got a lil farther, but couldn’t figure out how to
make the link text color work in the overlay :(
i made the overlay a hex color #eaf6ff .. and added a transparency so it’s #eaf6ff80;
You can google Hex Opacity Values if thats the way you want to go :)
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