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I have seen this before(can’t remember where), although it is pretty rare, and I do like it. It kinda cuts to the point, so I can jump between columns without seeing other slide up/down animations.
I don’t think you should be afraid of a scroll bar, but that’s just me.
Based on the highlighting it looks like you have an unclosed div somewhere.
Are there any plans to use something else?
You need to apply a border, or you can just set border: none
I think you intended to post some code but it didn’t work. Try editing your post
You could add a width to the li, something like 15%, or you could do a bit of math and set exact pixels. Or you could leave it how it is and style the parent div wrapping it all. Keep in mind that your #navigation is collapsed because you floated your ul, you can use a clearfix for this.
[CSS-Tricks.com Clearfix](https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/clear-fix/ “CSS Clearfix”)
> So while I am learning I might as well start with good habits.
That’s a very good idea, most people don’t think that way, I sure didn’t.
Automatic margins are being applied to the ul, just set margin to zero, I see you have already done it to the bottom.
I usually concern myself with making something that works instead of following ‘convention’, but that’s just me.
For #2: Your checkboxes are inheriting a box-shadow from your inputs.
-webkit-box-shadow: 0px 1px 0px #F2F2F2;
I see you already have input[type=”checkbox”], and you have set border to none, you can just replace that with
Well it looks like your header element starts at the top and ends at the very bottom, surely this can’t be right. You probably placed the in your overall_footer.html, it should be in your overall_header.html.
After looking some more, I also noticed div .header-wrapper does the same thing, You should just start by making sure that all your tags are closing in the right spot. Most of those should be closing in the header file where they are opened.
If you wrap everything in a div class of container, then you can just overwrite whatever bootstrap has with your own size. It doesn’t even have to be .container but bootstrap uses that one one by default so all the settings are taken care of.
Codepen has that, it won’t copy it to the clipboard but it will copy it to a new pen.