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css floating element increase parent height but sibling with 100% height not working
Jquery solution, here's a Fiddle $(function() { var fHgt = $('#float').outerHeight(); $('#fill').css({ height: fHgt }); }); and here's a CSS solution #container { display: table; width: 500px; background-color: yellow; } #float { display: table-cell; width: 20%; background-color: green; } #fill { display: table-cell; width: 80%; overflow: hidden; background-color: red; }

Categories : HTML

Jquery have a parent div have the same width and height of it's child element
You could use .bind() to resize it it every time something changes... $('.imgh').bind('resize', FullWidthHeight); //Note: check the 'resize' event is relevant to imgh function FullWidthHeight() { $('.imgh').css('height', img.img_set.height()); $('.imgh').css('width', img.img_set.width()); }

Categories : Javascript

How to make a scrollable element fill 100% of the remaining height of a parent element?
Here is an experimental CSS possibility note - i made the height and width of the container wider to see it more clearly. #container { height: 200px; width: 200px; border: solid; overflow: auto; } #titlebar { background: gray; } #body { height:calc(100% - 4em); /* definitely non standard - the 4 em is an approximate size of the titlebar*/ overflow: auto; background: lightblue; } /*Old answer - disregard / /#container { height: 100px; width: 100px; border: solid; overflow:auto; /* overflow belongs here*/ } #titlebar { background: gray; } #app-body { background: lightblue; }*/

Categories : CSS

JQuery - assign height of container (parent) div to child element (vertical bar)
you can't assign the value to a jquery selector that returns multiple elements. you have to change the line that reads: $(this).children(".hrLine").css('height', txt); to something like; $(this).children(".hrLine").each(function(){ $(this).css('height', txt); }); tell me if this works for you Update: changed $(this).siblings to $(this).children

Categories : Jquery

Set child element height to 100 percent of parent element
You could use display:table / table-cell ( http://jsfiddle.net/BZNUr/14/ ) : #container { display:table; } .button { display:table-cell; } That will change some of the other visual aspects, but you could compensate by changing other CSS properties (I didn't do this because I wasn't sure if it was important to you).

Categories : HTML

How to add the height of one element to the top margin of another element using JQuery
I got it. I used an iteration of ilya's idea. I added a container around everything that wasn't the nav and added top padding that was the height of the nav. I of course accomplished this through jQuery: $("#container").css("padding-top", $("#main").outerHeight() + "px" ); It works wonderfully. Thank you!

Categories : Jquery

why child element not contains in the parent div width and height?
Use: .image{ position: absolute; width: 100px; height:100px; padding: 5px; margin: 0; background-color:green; } .image img { width: inherit; height:inherit; }

Categories : CSS

CSS vertically align element to the bottom without height of parent
Try placing .links inside .logo and use a combination of relative and absolute positioning. Fiddle Here Using the following styles for .links will place the div at the bottom of the .logo div while filling the remainder 25% of the screen width. .links { width:30%; float:left; position:absolute; font-size: 14px; right: -30%; bottom: 0; }

Categories : CSS

Why do min/max width/height values don't allow the element to fill out its parent div?
Because you gave the parent a set padding. Remove padding: 15px; to fill out the div. padding is extra space at the inside of the elements borders. If you want space around the outside, use margin. You stated that you wanted your child to fill out the parent element, and since padding it is extra space on the inside of the parent element, the child will not fill out it's parent as long as the padding is there. Edit: The reason you don't see the results you wanted is because you have your element a min-height and min-width instead of actual sizes. You need to give this element set size (be it pixels or %). This is due to the fact that your child element doesn't inherit the min and max width/height of it's parent. See JSFiddle

Categories : HTML

Force Responsive Images to match Parent Element Height?
Use font-size: 1em; to your h1 img tag. Edit Ooops! Sorry, I mean to say that set height: 1em but mistakenly said to font-size. h1 { font-size: 2em; } h1 img { height: 1em; vertical-align: middle; } I'm taking @miro demo to take the img. demo

Categories : HTML

Can I grab the height of an unrelated element that has a dynamic height with Sass?
Sorry, but I think is not possible to get a element height with SASS (i'm not an expert in sass, but I couldn't find any option). I recommend you to do this with JavaScript: http://jsfiddle.net/9DcYn/2/ window.onload = fixHeight(); function fixHeight() { var divh = document.getElementById('leftdiv').offsetHeight; var divhnum = new Number(divh); var setheight = (divhnum - 325); document.getElementById('rightdiv').style.height = setheight + 'px'; } Hope this will help you!

Categories : CSS

Attaching an element (height:auto) at the bottom of its parent, without position:absolute
If you use display: inline-block; vertical-align: bottom; on the columns they will be aligned next to each other and growing from the bottom. Se Fiddle for example

Categories : HTML

How to adjust height of a HTML element to cover all free spaces of it's parent?
Another solution using CSS. The solution here is using display:table and display:table-row div#parent { display:table; height:400px; width:100%; background-color:yellow; } div{ display:table-row; height:20px; } div#footer { /* height: ??? */ background-color:red; height:auto; } http://jsfiddle.net/aawbE/

Categories : Javascript

How to use JavaScript to show/hide an element based on its parent's dynamic height?
Here you go http://jsfiddle.net/FHhMG/1/ <script> function load(){ if (document.getElementById("readMore").parentNode.offsetHeight > 336){ alert("hi"); //document.getElementById("readMore").className = "MyClass" } } </script> <body onload="load()"> <div class="frame"> <div class="content"> <p> Wonder Woman is a fictional DC Comics superheroine created by American psychologist and writer William Moulton Marston. She first appeared in All Star Comics #8 (December–January 1941). The Wonder Woman title has been published by DC Comics almost continuously except for a brief hiatus in 1986.[1] Her depiction as a heroine fighting for justice, love, peace, and sexual equality has also led to Wonder Woman being widely consi

Categories : Javascript

Find out the height of an element would have to animate max-height properly
My current Workaround: The #stuff element contains two nested divs: <div id="stuff"> <div id="a">Lorem Ipsum</div> <div id="b">Lorem Ipsum</div> </div> I am now using $('#a').outerWidth() + $('#b').outerWidth() to calculate the height I need. (cHeight in Ross' answer) Better approach: An option might be to duplicate the full #stuff div make it display none remove the max-height property (max-height: auto) then use `cHeight = $('#stuff-duplicate').height()'

Categories : Jquery

How to define layout element height as screen height
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="match_parent" android:paddingBottom="@dimen/activity_vertical_margin" android:paddingLeft="@dimen/activity_horizontal_margin" android:paddingRight="@dimen/activity_horizontal_margin" android:paddingTop="@dimen/activity_vertical_margin" tools:context=".MainActivity" > <ScrollView android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" > <LinearLayout android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:orientation="vertical" > <ImageView android:layout_width="fill_parent"

Categories : Android

Try to get actual width & height of a element with jQuery
EDITED ANSWER DEMO $('#test').click(function () { var size = elementSize('#content'); $('#result').html(size.width + ' x ' + size.height + 'px'); }); function elementSize(elementId) { var html_org = $(elementId).html(); var $html_calc = $('<span>' + html_org + '</span>').css({ position: 'absolute', top: -9999, left: -9999 }).appendTo('body'); var ret = { width: $html_calc.width(), height: $html_calc.height(), }; $html_calc.remove(); return ret; }

Categories : Javascript

Can't get element height when using jQuery show scale
Try $('#elementid').click (function () { alert($('#elementid').height()); }); WORKING DEMO If the Div is intially Hidden see here.

Categories : Jquery

Static or relatively positioned element that respects height of position:fixed element?
Just to put the answer as an actual answer: No, there is no way to have a static/relative element respect the height of the position:fixed element without using JavaScript. You can do this pretty easily with something like the following jsfiddle: $('#not-fixed').css('padding-top', $('#fixed').outerHeight() + 10); http://jsfiddle.net/VYrsU/1/

Categories : HTML

Can I Toggle content of Element based on pixel height of element?
This can be done using CSS for the element styling and then applying classes via Javascript: The HTML: <div class="toggle"> your huge text here... </div> CSS: .toggle{ height:170px; } .open{ height:auto; } and JS (using jQuery): $('.toggle').on('click', function () { $(this).toggleClass('open'); }); What the script basically does is detect when you click on the .toggle and, if it is clicked, then it toggles the class .open which sets the propertie height to auto, leading the element with the text to be as huge as it can grow. Here is a working example: http://jsfiddle.net/8SXNZ/1/

Categories : Jquery

1st DIV element causes content inside 2nd DIV Element with 100% Height to be pushed off screen
Is this your desired solution?: Html: <div> <div id="header"> <div id="logo"></div> </div> <div> <div id="panel-1"> <div id="panel-content"></div> </div> </div> </div> CSS: body { background-color: #FFFFFF; height: auto; margin: 0; min-height: 100%; overflow: hidden; } #logo { background-color: #000000; height: 40px; width: 100px; } #panel-1 { background-color: #CCCCCC; display: block; height: calc(100% - 50px); position: fixed; width: 100%; } #panel-content { background: none repeat scroll 0 0 #CCFFEE; bottom: 0; height: 50px; position: absolute; width: 100%; }

Categories : CSS

Best method of dynamically setting the height of an DOM element with JQuery?
From the JQuery height() documentation : The difference between .css('height') and .height() is that the latter returns a unit-less pixel value (for example, 400) while the former returns a value with units intact (for example, 400px). The .height() method is recommended when an element's height needs to be used in a mathematical calculation.

Categories : Jquery

why is the li element calculate the height when anchor is inline element
I have received an answer from you that says the following. "Without display:block, the anchor(a) element are treated as display:inline. As such, when calculating the size of their parents(height is default to auto), the padding of the anchor(a) element is omitted, while it is included in cases of display:block." It is true. Your <li>-s height is based on the line-height. You see the padding because overflow defaults to visible. If you set li { overflow: hidden; } then the top and bottom padding disappears. Specification on inline non-replaced element's height: The vertical padding, border and margin of an inline, non-replaced box start at the top and bottom of the content area, and has nothing to do with the 'line-height'. But only the 'line-height' is used when ca

Categories : HTML

Position CSS element based on height of a floating element
What I need: a script that detects the HEIGHT of a certain element (in this case #sidebar) and modifies the min-height of the #content to match Make sure you link jQuery in your head tag... example: <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js"></script> Than place the following code within a <script> tag below it: $(window).bind("resize", function(){ var $sideHeight = $("#sidebar").height(); $("#content").css({minHeight: $sideHeight + 'px'}); }).trigger("resize");

Categories : Javascript

Finding the last visible li element within overflow:hidden element (jquery)
You can't directly query for elements that are overflowing as they are not hidden as far as the DOM is concerned (and there are no attribute changes to check for with JQuery). You will need to check positions instead against the width/height of the menu. JSFiddle here: http://jsfiddle.net/TrueBlueAussie/WFGJ4/ menu.find('li').each(function () { totalWidth += $(this).outerWidth(); if (totalWidth > menuWidth) { $(this).before("<li><a>More</a></li>"); return false; // Abort loop } }); I put auto scrolling on the menu so you can actually see what is overflowed.

Categories : Jquery

$(element).height() = element.clientHeight?
.height() does not include padding, margin, or border. clientHeight includes padding but not border, margin or scrollbar.

Categories : Javascript

Stretch child div height to fill parent that has dynamic height
The solution is to use display: table-cell to bring those elements inline instead of using display: inline-block or float: left. div#container { padding:20px; background:#F1F1F1 } .content { width:150px; background:#ddd; padding:10px; display:table-cell; vertical-align:top; } .text { font-family: 12px Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif; color:#555; } Working Fiddle

Categories : CSS

Center div in parent with only min-height, and child may without height & with relative position
Use the display: table; and display: table-cell; properties. The outer DIV will need to have display: table; and the inner DIV display: table-cell; along with vertical-align: middle;. Now you will be mimicing the default display of a td. CSS .parent { min-height: 100%; display: table; } .child { display: table-cell; vertical-align: middle; } HTML <div class="parent"> <div class="child">child</div> </div> This question has been asked often. A simple search here on SO or Google will get you plenting of results. Vertically Aligning Divs Align vertically using CSS 3

Categories : CSS

Adding a class with jQuery to parent element of a checkbox when that is clicked and the checkbox is hidden
So, if this is checked, check it ? if (this.checked) { $(this).attr('checked','checked'); } doesn't make much sense, why not just : $('.checkbox input').on('change', function() { $(this).parent('.checkbox').toggleClass('checked', this.checked); }); and never ever remove the checked attribute, set it to false with .prop('checked', false); or this.checked = false

Categories : Jquery

children height 100% without setting parent fixed height
You can do this by using absolutely positioning the #buttons div within the parent. For this, first declare relative positioning on the parent #container { position:relative; min-height:200px;/* if you can reliably set a minimum height */ } #buttons { position:absolute; height:100%; width:150px; } #content { margin-left:150px; } Because the absolutely positioned button elements are now out of the page flow, you can add a margin equal to the width of the #buttons div to the #content div so that it still is in the right place. See the updated fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/kVcds/3/

Categories : HTML

Jquery Scrolling Element to Position of Newly Appended Element (Calculating relative offset to parent)
change to: ul.stop().animate({ scrollLeft: li.position().left + ul.scrollLeft() }, 2000); You are looking for position() method, which returns relative position, instead of offset, which returns absolute (more proper - relative to the document) position, and add current scroll state (which affects the position reading)

Categories : Javascript

Make a
fill its parent
height, without specifying height on
I found a solution. By adding an inner div into each div.Key and using display: table; and display: table-cell; i would do what i need. Here is my code : .Layout { width: 1024px; /* TEST */ height: 480px; /* TEST */ } .Key { text-align: center; display: table; width: 100%; height: 100%; } .Key > div { display: table-cell; vertical-align: middle; } And : <table class="Layout"> <tbody> <tr> <td><div class="Key"><div>HEY</div></div></td> <td><div class="Key"><div>HEY</div></div></td> <td><div class="Key"><div>HEY</div></div></td> <td><div class="Key"><div&g

Categories : HTML

The children with 80% of the height of the parent (unknown height)
No heights are set for it's parent, It's 80% of ???. The css doesn't know what 100% is. I changed the height to 80% and added a height to it's parent. http://jsfiddle.net/fvU5d/1/ .container-body{ height: 600px; } .left-content { background-color: #dbdbdb; width: 100%; height: 80%; overflow-y: scroll; }

Categories : Javascript

Change parent's height to child's height
Just call the destroy, and resize the div. Try $("#test").click(function() { var div = $('#dot3'); div.trigger('destroy'); div.css("height", "auto"); }); Here is fiddle.

Categories : Jquery

Get auto height of an element without setting height to auto
You can take the scrollHeight of the element and optionally add top and bottom padding and border depending on the box-sizing property. You may get into some inconsistencies with different browsers (see http://stackoverflow.com/a/15033226/1669279), but if you really want to avoid changing the height property, this is the only way. Oh, one other idea: you can set the height of the parent to auto and set the height of the element to some % value, which will turn the computed value to auto. Not sure if that is in the spirit of the question even if you don't literally set the height to auto. You can make the following changes in your JsFiddle according to my (first) suggestion: heading.each(function () { var computedStyle = window.getComputedStyle(this); var height = this.scrollHe

Categories : Javascript

Set height of p-element as percentage of containing div
<p height="int%">lala </p> that will set the height of the line of text as a percentage of the containg div I believe if not <div height="int%" > <p> lalal </p> </div> Then set the padding to work. Will work. If you want the font to be stretched then I think you will need a new font.

Categories : HTML

100% height relative to other element
I can only think of this being done like so: http://jsfiddle.net/vJvg5/1/ CSS: #content { border:solid 1px red; width:300px; height:600px; margin:0 auto; } #one { border:solid 1px green; height:300px; width:100px; top:50%; margin-top:150px; } #two { border:solid 1px blue; height:100%; width:50px; } HTML: <div id="content"> <div id="one"> <div id="two"></div> </div> </div>

Categories : CSS

Div element height is automatically set to zero
Just give the <div class="clearBoth"></div> after the the <div>s mentioned in your Item 3 <div style="float:left; width:45%; margin-top:5px"> <span class="label">Laser Power</span> <input type="checkbox" class="value lasersetting" id="laserEnable" /> <label for="laserEnable">On</label> </div> <div style="float:right; width:55%; margin-top:5px"> <div style="float:left; margin-left:10px; margin-top:10px" id="laserSlider"></div> <input type="text" style="float:center" class="value lasersetting" id="laserValue" value="0" valType="number" min="0" max="100"></input> </div> <div class="clearBoth"&g

Categories : Javascript

Centralize img in div element with height of div is 100%
#logo { height: 100%; border: 1px solid #000; text-align:center; } -------^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^--- also remove the float Live Demo

Categories : HTML

Element automatic height
I solved this adding a SizeChanged event to my UserControl <UserControl x:Class="MyUserControl" SizeChanged="UserControl_SizeChanged"> <!-- ... --> and setting Height while changing the Width. private void UserControl_SizeChanged(object sender, SizeChangedEventArgs e) { if (Math.Abs(e.NewSize.Width - e.PreviousSize.Width) > 0) Height = e.NewSize.Width; }

Categories : Xaml



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