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Why doesn't the grid layout work without specifying RowDefinitions and Column Definitions?
You have to specify RowDefinitions and ColumnDefinitions so that it knows how to size the rows and columns. Otherwise it doesn't know whether you want auto-sizing or star-sizing. And it also needs to know how many rows and columns you need up front; it doesn't add them on the fly based on your values of Grid.Row and Grid.Column. I think the code you wrote looks reasonable, and it would be nice if it used a default when you don't specify, but unfortunately it doesn't. Instead, it builds a single-column, single-row grid and stacks all the children on top of each other. I can think of a couple ways to write some XAML that will do what you want. One way: <Grid> <Grid.ColumnDefinitions> <ColumnDefinition Width="Auto" /> <ColumnDefinition Width="Auto"

Categories : Xaml

Relative Layout v/s Grid Layout for Android
My opinion is use gridlayout.Because grid layout is very simple to make text and image view similar to windows 8 start screen.For relativelayout you have to put some effort more than grid.And also gridlayout make widget as u want live.More clarification you can refer this page. https://android.googlesource.com/platform/frameworks/base/+/master/core/java/android/widget/GridLayout.java

Categories : Android

Bootstrap Layout: Default Grid System VS Fluid Grid System
I think you have answered that in your question yourself. Just assign a fixed width for span classes too: @media (min-width: 1200px) { .container { width: 940px; margin: 0 auto; } .span3 { width: 220px; } } Span classes have a default property of margin-left: 20px. So if you put .container ==> padding: 0 20px; it may not fit. For this, you can make first child of span3 class margin-left 0 i.e. .span3:first-child { margin-left: 0; } Hope this helps.

Categories : HTML

Android layout , does it support orientation layout xml files? Does -land work at all?
for the activity in the manifest remove the orientation flag,...then your activity will destroy and recreate itself on rotation giving you the correctly included layout. android:configChanges="keyboardHidden" If you leave it in, it is up to YOU to handle the orientation change with code.

Categories : Android

Cannot get grid splitter to work the way I would like within 3 column grid in WPF
So, this isn't exactly what I was looking for, but it's doing the job for me: <Grid.ColumnDefinitions> <ColumnDefinition Width="auto" MinWidth="150" MaxWidth="1000"/> <ColumnDefinition Width="5"/> <ColumnDefinition Width="*" /> </Grid.ColumnDefinitions> I set the MaxWidth of my left hand column so that you could no longer drag the splitter past the point of no return on the right side. This solution also allows me to set the first column's width to auto (which makes the re-sizing work the way I intended as well). Unless you have a monitor smaller than 1000px wide (which in the environment I'm working in won't happen) this solution will work just using XAML. Again, I'm a little disappointed with this soluti

Categories : C#

Grid Layout with row set to *
Try it <Grid> <Grid.RowDefinitions> <RowDefinition Height="80" /> <!--Row 1--> <RowDefinition Height="*" /> <!--Row 2--> <RowDefinition Height="Auto" /> <!--Row 3--> </Grid.RowDefinitions> <ContentControl Grid.Row="2" VerticalAlignment="Top"></ContentControl> </Grid> You have to set VerticalAlignment="Top" for the Content of Row 3.

Categories : Wpf

Grid layout using Bootstrap 3.0
I have never used or heard of the boostrap class "col-lg-3". I use "spanX" where X is the number of columns in the 12-column grid. <div class="row"> <div class="span3" style="background-color: grey;"> col1 </div> <div class="span3" style="background-color: grey;"> col2 </div> <div class="span3" style="background-color: grey;"> col3 </div> <div class="span3" style="background-color: grey;"> col4 </div> </div>

Categories : HTML

WPF Uniform Grid Layout
Guess you can do this by tweaking the ArrangeOverride(...) in a UniformGrid If you're just looking for a sample, You can download a demo -> Here Firstly I did find an example of laying out elements in a vertical orientation(column wise) from Here Thus with that solution I could just update ArrangeOverride(...) to something like: protected override Size ArrangeOverride(Size arrangeSize) { var finalRect = new Rect(0.0, 0.0, arrangeSize.Width / _columns, arrangeSize.Height / _rows); Double width = finalRect.Width; Double maxWidth = arrangeSize.Width; finalRect.X += finalRect.Width * FirstColumn; int currentRow = 1; foreach (UIElement element in InternalChildren) { element.Arrange(finalRect); if (element.Visibility == Visibility.Collapsed) continue; if (curren

Categories : Wpf

XAML Grid layout
Why use a Grid to center the content? I currently have my main page as a 1 column grid Why use a grid if it has just 1 column? Use margin on the stackpanel items. <Grid x:Name="LayoutRoot"> <StackPanel Orientation="Vertical"> <TextBlock Text="Selected Location" FontWeight="Bold" Style="{StaticResource grayTextBox}"/> <Line Stroke="White" StrokeThickness="1" /> <ListBox ItemsSource="{Binding Path=SelectedLocations, Mode=TwoWay}" HorizontalContentAlignment="Stretch" Visibility="{Binding Path=IsSelectedLocationAvailable, Converter={StaticResource visibilityConverter}}"> <ListBox.ItemTemplate> <DataTemplate> <Grid ShowGridLines="True"> <Grid.RowDefinitions>

Categories : Xaml

php table grid layout
Your if($i % 3 == 0){ line is just making you only show every third result - or it would if you actually incremented the $i variable anywhere. You probably want to use that logic to start a new row - but still output every row. Try something like this: <table border="1" cellpadding="10"><tr> <?php $i = 0; while($stmt->fetch()){ if ($i > 0 && ($i % 3 == 0)) { // every third row, but not the first time echo("</tr><tr>"); } echo("<td>{$author}<br>{$book_name}<br>{$language}</td>"); $i++; } ?> </tr></table> At the very beginning, it starts a table and the first row - and then it outputs a new <td> cell from the foreach loop for every result that you find - and the <tr> is cl

Categories : PHP

Grid style layout
I would recomend using a plug in for that, Masonry it's the name, and you can check its page. There is a version with Jquery and other one with only CSS ('vanilla version') Here is a live demo with your previous fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/9pk4J/5/ html Markup <section id="cubes"> <div class="box"> <article class="large"></article> </div> <div class="box"> <article></article> </div> <div class="box"> <article></article> </div> <div class="box"> <article></article> </div> <div class="box"> <article></article> </div> <div class="box"> <article></article>

Categories : HTML

How to get Tumblr post grid layout?
It should be: {block:Posts} <div id="post"> ... </div> {/block:Posts} This way, the "post" div renders for every post instead of wrapping all your posts in it.

Categories : CSS

SASS mixin for grid layout
You might want to have a look at singularitygs! With this sass extension you can write div { @include grid-span(1,1,4,$output-style: 'float'); } The parameters for grid-span are (with, startpos, context, options). All numbers will be converted to ratio-based widths. The above example can be read as: width 1 at position 1 in a grid-context of 4 => width: 25%; margin-left: 0; (ouput-style: 'float' is needed, because you are targeting multiple divs) Or you can define your base grid first, and leave out the context: $grids: 4; div { @include grid-span(1,1,$output-style: 'float'); } You can even go further and use breakpoints to have different grids for different window sizes: $grids: 4; // base grid (mobile first) $grids: add-grid(12 at 980px); // 12-grid for everything

Categories : CSS

2 column grid layout with masonry
Ok I download the html and tested it. Please remove the margin-left of the items. .dataCard { margin-left:3.2%; } /*Without this*/ And start the mansonary like so: $('#main').masonry({ itemSelector: '.dataCard', gutter: 20 }); This were the only changes done. Here is an image of the result.

Categories : Javascript

Simple grid layout for a mobile app?
You might want to look at these http://codepen.io/chriscoyier/pen/eGcLw http://codepen.io/tag/grid

Categories : Javascript

How to design a grid layout which will fit whole screen?
Here's an example on how you might do that layout: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:id="@+id/layout_main" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="fill_parent" > <View android:id="@+id/middle_separator" android:layout_width="0dp" android:layout_height="fill_parent" android:layout_centerHorizontal="true" /> <LinearLayout android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignParentBottom="true" android:layout_alignParentLeft="true" android:layout_alignParentTop="true" android:layout_alignRight="@id/middle_separator" and

Categories : Java

CSS Advanced float / grid layout
You could do something like this: http://codepen.io/pageaffairs/pen/svxLg <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <style> .float, .boxes div {background: #f7f7f7; } .wrap {width: 1000px; margin: 0 auto; padding: 20px 0; background: #30353b;} .float {float: left; width: 476px; height: 440px; margin: 0 23px 23px 0;} .boxes {text-align: justify;} .boxes div {width: 238px; height: 238px; display: inline-block;} .boxes:after {content: ''; width: 100%; display: inline-block;} </style> </head> <body> <div class="wrap"> <div class="float"></div> <div class="boxes"> <div></div> <div></div> <div></div> <div></div>

Categories : CSS

bootstrap 3 grid layout not working in IE8
The problem it appears is using the wrong class for the grids. Even though the screen size of my Windows system was larger than my Mac book's, I made the wrong assumption that the resolution would be the same or higher. I had developed my site on the mac, and used .col-md- classes for the grid layout. However, since the resolution of my Win device was lower, .col-xs- should have been used. And hence, it was appearing stacked. Lesson: Even though your Win system might have a larger screen, it's resolution can be as low as that of a tablet.

Categories : Twitter

Layout to use for dynamic grid of images in a ScrollViewer
Grid width should be calculated as grid1.Width = (scrollViewer1.ViewportWidth / 3) * grid1.ColumnDefinitions.Count; grid1.Height = (scrollViewer1.ViewportHeight / 2) * grid1.RowDefinitions.Count; This seemed to work for me: XAML: <DockPanel> <ListBox Width="150" DockPanel.Dock="Left" BorderBrush="AliceBlue" BorderThickness="2"> <Button Name="AddColumn_Button" Width="100" Height="25" Content="Add Column" Click="AddColumn_Button_Click" Margin="5"/> <Button Name="AddRow_Button" Width="100" Height="25" Content="Add Row" Margin="5" Click="AddRow_Button_Click" /> </ListBox> <ScrollViewer Name="scrollViewer1" BorderBrush="AliceBlue" BorderThickness="2" SizeChanged="scrollViewer1_SizeChanged" HorizontalScrollBarVisibility="Auto" Vertical

Categories : C#

Building a Timeline Grid like layout in Javascript?
Have a look at the chap links plugin timeline. http://almende.github.io/chap-links-library/timeline.html In Particular these demos http://almende.github.io/chap-links-library/js/timeline/examples/example13_grouping.html http://almende.github.io/chap-links-library/js/timeline/examples/example15_mobile.html Iv used this plugin before to make a management system, adding editing, drag between groups.

Categories : Javascript

jquery, css, image grid layout with masonry
You can use percentage-based widths, and as long as you size your divs properly, Masonry should take care of the rest. The important piece is to set your columnWidth as a CSS selector to one of the smaller divs. See http://jsfiddle.net/7Xp4T/ HTML: <div id="container"> <div class="square bigsquare"></div> <div class="square littlesquare"></div> <div class="square littlesquare"></div> <div class="square littlesquare"></div> <div class="square littlesquare"></div> </div> CSS: #container { width: 400px; height: 150px; } .square { border: 1px solid black; } .bigsquare { width: 40%; height: 100%; background: red; } .littlesquare { width: 20%; height: 50%; backg

Categories : Jquery

UICollectionView for Grid Layout with Xamarin.iOS (MonoTouch)?
The default UICollectionViewFlowLayout, in horizontal mode, can do a lot of what you need, but it can't do the yellow cells, spanning multiple rows. You could subclass the flow layout, and modify the layout attributes for each cell to have the correct position and size.

Categories : Iphone

Grid / Image layout problems foundation 4 - is this possible?
I solved this by creating media queries such as; @media all and (min-width: 1201px) and (max-width:1400px) { .tall-thin{ height: 450px;} .long-thin{ height: 225px;} .short-fat{ height: 225px;} .short-medium{ height: 225px;} } In conjunction with the images in the HTML having; style="background-image:url(path to image); background-size:cover;" I made 10 queries all up so its quite bulletproof. The smallest media queries just made the DIVS span 100% so the image took up the whole column. Masonry, Isotope, Mason.js, Freetile etc couldn't do this layout without silly gaps. Whilst my code isn't pretty, nobody could answer so this was the best I could do.

Categories : HTML

Image Grid Fluid Layout (Responsive)
One option is to restrict the height of the img container. In your case, the li elements. li { height: 100px; overflow: hidden; } You would have to provide a height that would work with the smallest possible image size.

Categories : HTML

Layout html grid without widows (responsive)
This is the best I could do: jsfiddle.net/ffuUD/3 I just added Math.ceil() and removed some unneeded checks. It works but there are probably cleaner way to achieve the same result.

Categories : Jquery

Tkinter Grid Layout Widget not in parent
layout_frame is the result of the call to grid (which is None and not the frame you have just created). When the parent of a widget is None, Tkinter sets the parent as the root element, so you have to create the frame first and call grid in a separate statement. layout_frame = tk.Frame(master, bg="red") layout_frame.grid(row=1, column=2, rowspan=9, sticky=tk.N+tk.S+tk.W+tk.E) inner_frame = tk.Frame(master=layout_frame, bg="red") inner_frame.grid(row=0, column=0, rowspan=9, sticky=tk.N+tk.S+tk.W+tk.E)

Categories : Python

Grid View Layout for images in the wordpress
hi list all images in table view so it's look like nice formatting and for open link in new tab please try this <a href="http://www.google.com/" target="_blank">click here</a> Read this for more details http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_links.asp

Categories : PHP

Grid layout - why should I use it, and should I use a framework like Bootstrap or Foundation?
I agree with @kunalbhat that this might not be the best area to ask this but since you did I will try to answer it. The grids are designed allow for speed and adaptability. Speed in multiple senses. The first part of the speed is the speed of writing the code. You can easily get the layout you want when you are using the grid system and everything aligns correctly. You don't have to remember your tables and columns and col-spans, etc. The second speed is modifying your code. Inevitably you will need to go back and make changes, with a grid this is easily to do. Changing a col-md-7 to a col-md-6 easily makes a little tweak in the layout of your page that can easily be tracked and performed. You mentioned responsive design, both Bootstrap and Foundation have responsive grids. The gri

Categories : CSS

Android XML Layout alignment (button grid)
You could try GridLayout It also looks like you could do this in RelativeLayout as well, just have to be a little more careful. Edit: Post your XML file if you have trouble and if I have the time, I will redo it and post the solution xml.

Categories : Android

Twitter-Bootstrap 3 Grid Layout Overlapping
You have to clear before your col-xs-12 container. See updated version: http://bootply.com/79725 P.S. You shouldn't use inline CSS but instead create a class .clear or something like that.

Categories : CSS

jQuery Grid Layout Image Size
I suggest Freewall. It is a cross-browser and responsive jQuery plugin to help you create many types of grid layouts include image layout. You can see the demo with image layout: http://vnjs.net/www/project/freewall/example/image-layout.html The project's github homepage is https://github.com/kombai/freewall

Categories : Jquery

Fluid grid layout with fixed pixel spacing
Your bottom left image is positioned absolute at bottom:0; left:0;, so the spacing between it and the pictures above it depend ONLY on the aspect ratio of that bottom left image. In other words, if you want to reduce that space, you need to increase the height of that image.

Categories : HTML

binding a tree component to a grid layout in oracle adf
You would have to set the partialTrigger attribute for the component which are listening to the changes in the other component. The value of the partialTrigger attribute would be the ID of the component to which it is listening. Can you post your code so that we can have a look and help you out?

Categories : JSF

Possible to achieve this Mobile/Desktop layout using Bootstrap? (or other grid)
Would you settle for (on mobile) 3,1,2? http://jsfiddle.net/chevybowtie/n9Ett/3/ <div class="container"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-8 col-md-push-4 r"> <p>#3 </p> <p></p> </div> <div class="col-md-4 col-md-pull-8"> <div class="col-md-12 r"><p>#1 </p></div> <div class="col-md-12 r"><p>#2 </p></div> </div> </div> </div>

Categories : CSS

Scroll bars for linear layout with Grid View?
ScrollView is the one that has scroll bars. If your LinearLayout exceed screen, you will see scroll bars. If you want horizontal scroll feature, then, instead of ScrollView user HorizontalScrollView. What is the result of code you posted?

Categories : Android

How to layout a grid of 2 by 3 div (containing image and text) in CSS3 and HTML5
Try the following: <article class="container" style="overflow:hidden"> <div style="width:50%; float:left;">1st Div</div> <!-- alternate floating if your width is less than 50%. if it's 50% you can leave all float left --> <div style="width:50%; float:right;">2nd Div</div> <div style="width:50%; float:left;">3rd Div</div> <div style="width:50%; float:right;">4th Div</div> <div style="width:50%; float:left;">5th Div</div> <div style="width:50%; float:right;">6th Div</div> </article>

Categories : CSS

showing square images in a grid in a responsive layout
I would do it in pure css with percentages and a div type row DEMO http://jsfiddle.net/kevinPHPkevin/R8Rrf/ .row { width:100%; } img { width:18%; max-width:100px; }

Categories : CSS

Jquery mobile grid layout with text areas
Working example: http://jsfiddle.net/Gajotres/cGt2J/ CSS used: .ui-input-text { border-radius: 0 !important; margin:0 !important; }

Categories : Jquery

jQuery Mobile - Keep layout grid vertically aligned
I am assuming that you are hiding and showing the respective error divs on submit. http://jsfiddle.net/B95jE/1/ <div class="error-div"> <div class="state-validation-error">The State field is required</div> <div class="city-validation-error">The city field is required</div> </div> <br/> <div class="ui-grid-a"> <div class="ui-block-a"> <label> City: <input type="text"/> </label> </div> <div class="ui-block-b"> <label> State: <select> <option selected="selected">Select a state...</option> </select> </label> </div> </div> CSS: .

Categories : CSS

implement periodic table like grid layout in iphone app?
There is a couple way to do this: 1) You may use UICollectionView with custom cell. for this.With cell size equal element cell. But you will hit a several problem here: Some cells should be disabled, and customized in non standard way. In this case section is not useful for you. Overlay button in top on collection view may be difficult to positioning in storyboard. 2) You can use UIContainerView with totally custom view and colors. Dynamically added to custom row and column. This ofc have some flaws. Harder to build layout in storyboard (compared to (1) solution), memory management issues.

Categories : Iphone



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