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While Sending Html Mails from my web application Recieved Mails contains Symbols like &ldquo,&rdquo, ‘
Check with another constructor for htmlView: ContentType mimeType = new System.Net.Mime.ContentType("text/html"); var htmlView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(bodyMessage, mimeType);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

media queries : limit some css styles according to the screen size
suppose you have a div like <div claas="example"> </div> now write a css for .example which will be applied for those screen which are larger than range you mentioned in your media query .example{ /*..for larger screen style goes here....*/ } @media screen and (max-width: 1400px) { .example { /*...now give style for those screen which are less than 1400px...*/ } } @media screen and (max-width: 1300px) { .example { /*...now give style for those screen which are less than 1300px...*/ } } in the above you code you mention three different styles for >1400px screen size for 1300 to 1400px screen size <1300px screen size EDIT:: "/* Larger than standard 960 (devices and browsers) */" .example{ /*..style for larger than 960px....*/ } @media scre

Categories : HTML

Do I have to write media queries for every screen size my site could be viewed in, or is there an alternative?
Just choose a selection of breaks that's manageable for you (say 4) and then code to those with fluid design so that your content expands into the size until it gets to the next break and then it jumps up to the next layout. For example, if you choose to have width breaks at 320, 480, 800 and 1024 you could put a min-width at 320 to stop the content going smaller should a smaller device (not sure what) come along. If a device with width of 640 comes along it uses the 480 break and centres or uses fluid (CSS with % based sizes rather than px) and so the content expands to fill the extra space available. In this examples anything greater than 1024 (which is mostly desktops and the higher spec tablets / phone) will use the last break. In reality this is the one you'll see most of the time a

Categories : Jquery

Using jQuery .hide() with CSS media queries for menu toggle based on screen resolution
You can do it by comparing the screen-size: $(document).ready(function () { var width = $(window).width(); if (width < 768) { $(".hide-menu").hide(); } var $drillDown = $("#drilldown"); });

Categories : Javascript

When exiting html5 full screen mode css media queries don't work - safari
Ok, so I did a mockup outside of my app with the same conditions (with none of the other code) and realized this was working in Safari in that test. I was using: $(document).stop(true, true); in an event bound to exiting full screen. Apparently Safari didn't like this. Now that that is removed, it works fine in Safari again.

Categories : CSS

How to use media Queries for android devices with android version 2.2.1 and 2.3.5 and their screen size of 240 * 320 and screen size of 480 * 800?
These are few possiblities why your media query is not working. 1.When you used media query css did you remove your normal css? or you kept both ? if you want to have both, then you need to keep them appropriately else normal css will over write the one inside mediaquery. For example if your css is like this ... @media only screen and (max-width: 241px) { .container { width:180px; height:150px; margin-left:10px; margin-right:10px; background-color:#CCCCCC; border-radius:20px; box-shadow: 10px 10px 5px #888888; padding:10px; ; } } .container { width:180px; height:150px; margin-left:10px; margin-right:10px; background-color:#CCCCCC; border-radius:20px; box-shadow: 10px 10px 5px #888888; padding:10px; ; } The .container style which is outside the media query will overw

Categories : Android

Django: Defining form media in class-based views
There is the media property https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.6/topics/forms/media/#dynamic-property If you are looking for simplicity, an alternative would be to use template inheritance by creating a media block in your base template and specifying your media in child templates. However, it may duplicate media definitions.

Categories : Django

can we use media queries and JQM together?
Before you do anything else consider framework name. It is called mobile for a reason. Don't get me wrong, I am not trying to act sarcastic here. While jQuery Mobile can be sued for mobile and desktop page development it is usually and mostly used for mobile pages. Its GUI is simply not meant to be used on a desktop browsers. It can be done with an extensive use of grids. I am talking about grids because every jQuery Mobile widget is responsive and if you use them in a block mode where everything is placed one below another it will look large and ugly. Grids will allow you to use more widgets inline. Your best solution would be to create different desktop and mobile application. I will even give you an excellent example of a separate desktop and mobile page development. Take a look at a

Categories : Jquery

Is there a suitable platform to practice python NDB queries by defining own ndb models?
The only one I know of is the Interactive Console in dev_server. That'll probably do what you want.

Categories : Misc

Media queries with less and Bootstrap
You are going to run into a few major problems in this approach. First, there are issues in that Bootstrap is dynamically generating the .spanX series of classes, so they are not immediately accessible as mixins, as I note in this answer. Second, some of Bootstrap's span code is not set by the .spanX series, but is done through an attribute selector of [class*="span"] (see, as of this writing, line 602 of the mixins.less file; they are also extensively used in the responsive files for the @media rules). This selector code would not be picked up by a .span12 inclusion of code, and if you are not putting .span12 in your code, then your code will not have those properties applied. So you need to work around that. There may be other issues not immediately obvious, but the point is, if you w

Categories : CSS

jQuery media queries
Does it need to be a mediaQuery? How about just checking the size of the window via js before binding the event? if(window.screen.width <= 580) { //...bind the event }

Categories : Jquery

CSS media queries not working
What you originally have is the correct syntax. The others are invalid. The not in each media query negates the media query itself, so if the browser matched a certain media query, then not means it has to ignore that @media rule. If the browser doesn't match the media query, then not means it has to apply the rule. When you combine two or more not media queries in a single rule, at least one of them has to evaluate to true (or "not false") in order to use the rule. If you are trying to not all the tests at once, then you need to link them all using and: @media not all and (min-width: 240px) and (max-width: 480px) and (min-device-width: 240px) and (max-device-width: 480px) But depending on the devices you're testing with this may or may not make sense.

Categories : CSS

Mobile Media Queries
It's going to take a little work but is worth it. You have to take the CSS that is too big on mobile and put them in specific media queries based on size. Let's say you want your titles to change from 80px to 40px when the screen size is less than 600px: @media screen and (max-width: 1000px) { .mytitle { font-size: 80px; } } @media screen and (max-width: 600px) { .mytitle { font-size: 40px; } }

Categories : HTML

media queries not working in IE8
If css3-mediaqueries.js wont work - try Respond. Just keep this as a note as well for using CSS3-mediaqueries.js - it's from their site -> Note: Doesn't work on @import'ed stylesheets (which you shouldn't use anyway for performance reasons). Also won't listen to the media attribute of the <link> and <style> elements.

Categories : Javascript

Starting out with CSS media queries
You may need to add meta tags to define the width for the viewport. Try adding the following to the head of your document and let me know if the media query is respected on your mobile device: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width,maximum-scale=1.0,minimum-scale=1.0">

Categories : CSS

CSS media queries don't working
The problem I can think about is that you are using an inline style. the inline style overrides the style properties from the CSS section/file. here's an example I added this CSS: #content{ padding-left:50px; } Note that you should not use 2 different element's with the same ID but for that example it works and it demonstrate the problem.

Categories : CSS

CSS Classes instead of Media Queries
What you are describing will require javascript, since the html needs to change in order for that to happen There are tools out there to help you react to media queries in javascript, such as the amazing Enquire.js But if you are looking for something which requires no js and you can use SASS, i would suggest using CSS Wizardy's responsive grid which can help you generate your layout as you want it We are using it to build our own mobile optimized embeds and we found it very powerful and easy to use. Hope it helps

Categories : CSS

iOS Web App In-Call Media Queries
Turns out, the header bar adds an additional 20 pixels. So it's fairly easy to handle. Here are the queries if anyone is interested (this assumes you are using the defualt status bar in your app): <meta name="apple-mobile-web-app-status-bar-style" content="default" /> And the media queries: /* iPhone 5 */ @media screen and (max-height: 548px) {} /* iPhone 5 in-call */ @media screen and (max-height: 528px) {} /* iPhone 4 */ @media screen and (max-height: 460px) {} /* iPhone 4 in-call */ @media screen and (max-height: 440px) {}

Categories : IOS

CSS and how media queries are applied
Your tests prove true how it should work. In your example, when the width of the browser is less than 960px and less than 700px, both queries would be considered to be true. That is working as intended and, in fact, is how I've implemented responsive design on several sites, each query being a new breakpoint of how things degrade gracefully into a small form factor.

Categories : CSS

How to test css with media queries
You can test the @media print by printing a test page or for just about anything that you can think of you can just emulate the requirements using Google Chrome's Inspect Element -> Settings -> Overrides -> Emulate CSS Media

Categories : HTML

Media queries and Javascript
You can use window.innerWidth to get the size of the window. Your example modified to support this: $(function() { $("div.holder").jPages({ containerID: "itemContainer", keyBrowse : true, perPage : (window.innerWidth < 600 ? 2 : 5) }); });

Categories : Javascript

How to use css media queries inline tag?
You can't. Anything that would require curly braces, such as media queries, pseudo-elements or pseudo-classes, can't be put in a style attribute. Only the stuff that is inbetween the curly braces. So depending on your setup, there may not be a solution at all. Sorry.

Categories : CSS

Media Queries and CSS Performance
Have you looked at less? It's a very clean way to write sudo css. It compiles into css. I think it might give you the readability you are looking for without sacrificing the performance. More info: http://lesscss.org/

Categories : CSS

Bootstrap 3.0 Media queries
The bootstrap documentation is a little unclear. Using these @... parameters for min-width is in fact less syntax, not CSS. You should use the customize utility in Bootstrap (see Media queries breakpoints) to set up what you want these screen-xxx parameters to be (e.g. set screen-sm to be 768px). And then when click the Compile button in the bottom, the less code is compiled to CSS. this compilation will replace all occurrences of @screen-sm with 768px, and the same for the other parameters.

Categories : CSS

Media queries management
Please add following meta tag : <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> For media query details you can more info from http://stephen.io/mediaqueries/ for all iOS devices. If you have any other query let me know. Even you can get better idea from here http://webdesignerwall.com/tutorials/responsive-design-in-3-steps

Categories : CSS

Media queries for each browser
Media queries are media queries, not browser queries. They are there to test certain properties of the viewport, device or display. There are no media features that let you test for a certain browser.

Categories : CSS

CSS media queries not working anywhere
Is your HTML properly set as such: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0" /> <title>Title</title> </head> <body> //stuff </body> </html> Use: @media screen and (min-width: 401px) and (max-width: 800px) { … } Instead of: @media (min-width: 401px) and (max-width: 800px) { … }

Categories : HTML

IE 10 loading wrong media queries
You are missing a closing } for the first media rule. This causes the following media rules to be treated as nested, which isn't supported by IE10, and so the other media rules are being ditched, leaving you with only the first one being applied. You should get used to use proper formatting, it's much easier to spot such errors then. Also using a proper IDE that supports syntax validation is a good idea too, that way it's pretty much impossible for such errors to slip through.

Categories : CSS

CSS Media queries percentage Explanation
See this article on responsive web design: http://alistapart.com/article/fluidgrids As you can see, there is a basic formula for changing pixel widths (fixed widths) into percentages. If you read the article, you'll see that the formula is: target / context = result Or in other words: The width (in pixels) you are aiming for, divided by the browser's default font-size (generally 16px) equals the width in ems or percentages. The reason you divide by the default font-size is the same reason why in science experiments in grade school you need a control substance. A neutral substance with which to compare the rest of the experiments with. So to get 65.1041...etc, the person divided the width they wanted in pixels and it came to that percentage. Percentages and e

Categories : CSS

Can I issue media queries in millimeters?
Yes, you can. The CSS3 Media Queries recommendation contains an example with min-width: 25cm, and there is no reason why you could not use mm as well, especially since the recommendation normatively cites CSS 2.1 for definitions of values. Any CSS 2.1 length unit is allowed in the value of max-width. This also works in those browsers that support CSS3 media queries in the first place (tested on IE, Chrome, Firefox). So if it does not work, the problem is elsewhere. Since it may be difficult to make the viewport as narrow as 60mm, test first with 160mm. (It seems that IE 10 does not let you make the viewport 60mm wide, but this has nothing to do with the browser support to the mm unit in this context.) Also check that the property you are using within the @media rule is not overridden by o

Categories : HTML

Media Queries don't work on desktop
In specifying only (min-width:320px) as a media feature you're targetting all media types whose width is greater than 320px. This means that unless your desktop browser's width is less than 320px, this styling will be applied. To demonstrate what 320px looks like, here's a 320x320 placeholder image. If your browser is unable to fully display this image your media query will always take effect: If you want to only target smartphones (with width greater than 320px), you'll want to add a max-width media feature to your current query to prevent the styling being applied on media types which are wider than 480px: @media (min-width:320px) and (max-width:480px) { .header-section { width: auto; } .search-block { display:none; } } Note that 480px is just a general smartphone maximum

Categories : HTML

jQuery and CSS media queries not in sync
Think you might want to use $(document).width() instead $(window).width(); // returns width of browser viewport $(document).width(); // returns width of HTML document http://api.jquery.com/width/

Categories : Jquery

media queries not working on firefox
Per spec, you need a space between the and and the (. If you don't have it, it's not a valid @media rule. I filed https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=117396 and http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=248043 for what it's worth.

Categories : CSS

What happens when media queries aren't supported?
I've just tried it out in IE7/IE8 browser/document modes (IE10), and it completely ignores all CSS inside Media queries for me as I assumed it would do. .example turns out with a red background only in IE9+. The only section in the specification I can find which is (probably) relevant to what actually happens here is the Error handling section.

Categories : CSS

Adding Media Queries to Javascript
You can add the event on window resize, or on document ready, depending of what you want: $(window).resize(function() { var width = $(window).width(); if (width < 768) { $('.fake-sidebar').css('position', 'relative'); } else { $('.fake-sidebar').css('position', 'fixed'); } });

Categories : Javascript

Using Flexbox as an Alternative to Media Queries
I suppose that the main disadvantage of this approach is that browser support of FLexboxes (especially new syntax which gives the maximum possibilities for 'completely fluid' layouts) is a bit worse than browser support of Media Queries. For example, IE9 supports Media Queries, but doesn't support any syntax of Flexbox. Also, there might be inconsistensies between 'old' and 'new' Flexboxes behavior that can't be fixed with SASS approach. Hovewer, I believe that it would be very interesting and informative experiment.

Categories : CSS

CSS and setting "display" with media queries
There's no hidden value for display. It should be none. But as it is a cell, you should use visibility, which will hide the cell, but the space will still remain there: @media screen and (max-width: 500px) { #id_topnav_link_menu.topnav_link { display: block; } #id_topnav_link_about.topnav_link { visbility: hidden } #id_topnav_link_contact.topnav_link { visbility: hidden } } Here's a list of possible values: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/display

Categories : CSS

CSS media queries not working in Safari
use this meta in your head <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en-us"> <head> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width"> </head> <body> </body> </html>

Categories : CSS

Media queries on iphone mail
Actually there is quite a lot of documentation available via Apple's developer portal (no need to register). For your specific question this ressource should do the trick: https://developer.apple.com/library/safari/#documentation/AppleApplications/Reference/SafariWebContent/OptimizingforSafarioniPhone/OptimizingforSafarioniPhone.html This is also a good entry point to learn more about web apps on iOS ranging from technical stuff to the user interface guidelines That being said, you should just reorder your CSS so that the @media query is the final part of the CSS (since it needs to overwrite previous CSS definitions, which it can't if they are ordered your way).

Categories : HTML

Media queries for a mobile HTML5 app
Well, I can say the way I personally handle this is something like this: <link rel="stylesheet" href="./css/base.css" type="text/css" media="all"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="./css/720_grid.css" type="text/css" media="screen and (min-width: 720px)"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="./css/986_grid.css" type="text/css" media="screen and (min-width: 986px)"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="./css/1236_grid.css" media="screen and (min-width: 1236px)" > So I basically have three CSS files, and depending on the width of the screen, each of these is automatically loaded. The last one is for anything 1236 or higher. Is this what you are looking for... or am I missing what you are asking?

Categories : CSS



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