@alexforey Sometimes, sort of, and sometimes there’s no box. Too many slight differences, so going to look again tomorrow…
Still can’t get things reliably centred in Chrome AND Firefox. Haven’t even tried IE. Well, CSS is only 17 YEARS OLD. COME ON!
(In case anyone goes to look at that CSS later… that was a slightly wrong link, but I’ve now got an answer jsfiddle.net/philgyford/pnN… )
Sometimes it doesn’t feel like I’ve been doing this stuff for *mumble* years.
CSS gurus… How do I get the <a> tag to display inline inside flexbox? jsfiddle.net/pnNqd/ Or an easier way to vertically centre a block?
OK, I give in - you can put all the DRM you want in to HTML so long as it’s finally easy to vertically centre things with CSS.
Getting this party started. Where by “started” I mean “browser tested and documented”.
@pixellent Welcome back! We did the whole internet thing properly and much, much better for a week, but have just put it back to normal.
@etienneshrdlu Upper. Either way, it seems an odd choice to denote “perfect”.
The computer at the gym tells me I have “the perfect D shape”. Never argue with computers.