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animation to start from center of div using css3 only
Without changing your code too much: removed #container - margin, now the container is centered in its top left corner added margin-left, margin-top to the animation so the intro would animate left/up as it grew added animation fill-mode: forwards to keep the intro in place when the animation was complete. Demo Fiddle CSS #container { width: 700px; height:350px; position:absolute; left:50%; top:50%; /*margin:-175px 0 0 -350px;*/ } #intro { position: relative; ... -webkit-animation-fill-mode: forwards; animation-fill-mode: forwards; /*Safari and Chrome*/ -webkit-animation-timing-function:linear; -webkit-animation-play-state:running; } Keyframes (only generic shown here) @keyframes welcome { from { width:0px; m

Categories : CSS

Getting text to display to the left and right of a text-align: center
Simply float all the divs to the left. They will display in order. <style> .my-dvis { float:left; width:33.33%; margin:0; padding:0; border:none; } </style> <div class="my-divs"></div> <div class="my-divs"></div> <div class="my-divs"></div>

Categories : HTML

how to align the text box at center of navbar
Try this <div class="navbar navbar-inverse navbar-fixed-top"> <div class="navbar-inner"> <div class="container"> <a class="brand" href="#">Test</a> <form class="navbar-search pull-left"> <input type="url" placeholder="none"> </form> </div> </div> </div> Worked fine for me. Considering you are using bootstrap.

Categories : CSS

Align generated text in center
If you get rid of this <a class="cj-fx-spacer">&nbsp;</a> and change .cj-fx-text to: .cj-fx-text { perspective: 1000px; position: absolute; display: block; transform-style: preserve-3d; visibility: hidden; text-align: center; } http://jsfiddle.net/ewJ4L/1/ Is this what you wanted?

Categories : Javascript

Align text to center in string C++
I'm going to assume you already know how to pass a string from Lua to C++ and return the result from C++ to Lua, so the only part we need to deal with is producing the centered string. That, however, is pretty easy: std::string center(std::string input, int width = 113) { return std::string((width - input.length()) / 2, ' ') + input; }

Categories : C++

How to align the text to the center in DTAttributedTextView
I think it can be done like this & add your code to it- NSMutableString *html = [[NSMutableString alloc] initWithCapacity:1]; [html appendString:@"<html><head>"]; [html appendString:@"<style type="text/css">"]; [html appendString:@"body {"]; [html appendString:@"<center>"]; [html appendString:@"background-color: transparent;"]; [html appendString:@"color: white;"]; [html appendString:@"}"]; [html appendString:@"<center>"]; [html appendString:@"</style>"]; [html appendString:@"</head>"]; [html appendString:@"</body></html>"];

Categories : Objective C

center align triangle along with text
Add display:inline-block to your .vote class, because <span> is an inline element by default. JSFiddle Demo CSS .vote{ width: 0; height: 0; border-left: 10px solid transparent; border-right: 10px solid transparent; cursor: pointer; vertical-align: middle; display:inline-block; }

Categories : HTML

How to align the text in the button to the center?
you can try adding the following style to your button: style= "font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-weight: normal; color: #444; min-width: 90px; padding:5px; margin: 5px 10px; background-color: #fdfdfd; border: 1px solid #cdcdcd; cursor: pointer; border-radius: 3px;"

Categories : CSS

Align text center vertically in tab Host
Do that programatically: TabHost tabHost = (TabHost) findViewById(R.id.tabHost); tabHost.setup(); // setup your tabs RelativeLayout.LayoutParams rllp = new RelativeLayout.LayoutParams(ViewGroup.LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT, ViewGroup.LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT); rllp.addRule(RelativeLayout.CENTER_IN_PARENT); for (int i = 0; i < tabHost.getTabWidget().getChildCount(); i++) { tabHost.getTabWidget().getChildAt(i).findViewById(android.R.id.title).setLayoutParams(rllp); }

Categories : Android

text-align:center not working with div elements
This can be done with by using an inline block display, the float:left will always send the elements to their furthest left possible. .gallery{ text-align: left; border-style: solid; border-width:3px; border-top-left-radius: 40px; border-bottom-right-radius: 40px; background:yellow; width:335px; padding:20px; /*float:left; remove this*/ margin:15px; /*add this*/ display:inline-block; position:relative; }

Categories : HTML

vertical-align doesn't center the text
Try to add display: table-cell for element: #header-notification { display: table-cell; color: #7B6F60; font-size: 13px; font-weight: bold; float: left; text-align: center; vertical-align: middle; height: 20px; width: 20px; background-color: #E5E5E5; }

Categories : HTML

CSS Align text vertically middle/center
vertical-align: middle does not apply to div elements (will not have the affect you are looking for) See http://www.vanseodesign.com/css/vertical-centering/ for possible solutions, there are a few ways you can go about doing what you want to accomplish. -- Taken from that page here is the css as simple solution: .popuphdr { display: table; /* Your other CSS HERE as well, minus vertial-align */ } .popuphdr div { display: table-cell; vertical-align: middle; } And here is an expanded jsfiddle with your js and adding text-align center as well: http://jsfiddle.net/BqgVM/1/

Categories : CSS

In VB.Net, when using a CheckBox with a Button appearance, how can you truly center-align the text?
Here is an idea: Make them actual buttons and toggle the text from "Show XYZ" to "Hide XYZ" when the user clicks the button, that way you will actually have proper buttons that will center correctly for you. Alternatively, consider making a ToolStripButton hosted inside of a ToolStipContainer to create a toggle button effect, which could nicely be displayed above the results of the Load button. Read the answers for ToggleButton in C# WinForms.

Categories : Vb.Net

Calculate the center of a circle to align text in the middle
X, Y coords of circle is center. X,Y coords of text is top left corner. You don't need to set width and height in radiusText. You can use offset: var radiusText = new Kinetic.Text({ x : circle.getX(), y : circle.getY(), text : '10', fontSize : 10, fontFamily : 'Verdana', fill : '#000', align : 'center' }); radiusText.setOffset({ x : radiusText.getWidth()/2, y : radiusText.getHeight()/2 }); http://jsfiddle.net/dhH9z/3/

Categories : Javascript

center a with text-align: left in a fixed-width div
You do not need to text-align left the a, unless you set them to display block, in which case there is no sense to make li align center, and a align left! Maybe you mean center the whole nav, but have the links be align left? In that case this is how you do it: Demo http://jsbin.com/ezuloz/1/edit

Categories : CSS

Align TextView to vertical center of ImageView despite the text size?
Instead of an ImageView and a TextView, you can use a compound drawable, which is basically a View that will mix both. In this View, you can specify the gravity and where the image will be located : <TextView android:id="@+id/your_id" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:drawableLeft="@drawable/your_image" android:gravity="center" android:text="@string/text" />

Categories : Android

wrap text and center align in javascript function by appending & prepending spaces
Aligning text by inserting space characters works ONLY in a very restricted environment: fixed-width horizontal space using a monospace font of a specific, known size. Change any of those parameters (width, font, font-size) and your alignment will be off. Alignment should be accomplished with CSS.

Categories : Javascript

CSS3 flip animation on hover and background change on non CSS3 browser
If I understand what you want to do correctly, here's how I'd approach it: Put the image into a container div that will change the background color when the hover fires. <div class="container"> <img src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Gv648iUY5p0/UD8rqW3deSI/AAAAAAAAACA/MrG4KxFyM5A/s72-c/Fish.jpeg" /> </div> Then, apply the CSS3 animation to the image. * {margin:0; padding:0;} .container {width:100px; height:100px; background:#cde; margin:20px;} .container img {padding:14px; display:block; -webkit-transition:all 2s ease;} .container:hover {background:#abc;} .container:hover img {-webkit-transform:rotateX(180deg);} Browsers that support it will animate. The rest will just change the background. Here's a quick example: http://jsfi

Categories : CSS

android:gravity="top" doesn't align child view to top, but "center" aligns to center?
gravity attribute applies to widgets within the LinearLayout, while layout_gravity tells the parent of LinearLayout where to place the child (LinearLayout). Also, in a vertical LinearLayout the gravity="top" attribute won't work. In the layout you have now, both text views will be stacked one on top of the other, wrapped with a linear layout with no space in-between - so the "top" or "center" values won't do anything because there is no extra space to move the text views up or down. If you want to understand this better, try giving your linear layout and both text views backgrounds of different colors, like this: android:background="@color/mycolor" Then you will see the bounds of each widget.

Categories : Android

how to Center align div if enough space otherwise right align
Have you looked into using media queries? You'll just want to make sure they're supported in all the browsers you're targeting.

Categories : CSS

CSS3 min-height property ignored with vertical-align: middle
Given the fact that you've set a min-height of 75px, you can just add padding of half that to the top and bottom of the text, like so: .warning { display:block; font-family: sans-serif; font-weight: bold; padding: 32.5px 0; /*vertical-align: middle;*/ } .warning needs to be display: block; to accept padding, but those are the only changes that are necessary to accomplish your objective, I think. Check it out: http://codepen.io/maxwbailey/pen/qcvre EDIT If you want to keep the text centered until the container gets small enough that it fills the min-height, you need to use display: table-cell, like so: .warning { display:table-cell; font-family: sans-serif; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: middle; height: 75px; } http://codepen.io/maxwbailey/pen/dwfar

Categories : CSS

Replacing one css3 animation with another
You add and remove a class with the animation properties .classOne { animation: one 5s forwards; } .classTwo { animation: two 3s forwards; } and the javascript to do so var obj = document.getElementById('animatedElement'); obj.onclick = function() { obj.classList.remove('classOne'); obj.classList.add('classTwo'); } the equivalent jQuery $('#animatedElement').on("click", function() { $(this).removeClass('classOne').addClass('classTwo'); }

Categories : HTML

Apply animation in css3?
try this $('#test').hover(function(){ $(this).addClass('animated bounce'); }, function(){ $(this).removeClass('animated-bounce'); }); or even better $('#test').hover(function(){ $(this).addClass('animated-bounce'); }); var element = document.getElementById('test'); element.addEventListener("webkitAnimationEnd", function(){ $(element).removeClass('animated-bounce'); }, false); Actually. Why don't use just do it with css #test:hover{ animation: animateName ....; } The problem your having is that when you add the class the animation works but when you hover a second time it doesn't add the class again because it is already there so CSS doesn't know when you have hovered it without a change in class name. Link to Animation Event DOCS AnimationEnd

Categories : Javascript

Toggling CSS3 animation
You don't need a hide class at all, jQuery has awesome built in features that do the same thing like .toggle() and .slideToggle! Here's an example of .toggle $("a#menu-trigger").click(function () { $("#page-sidebar").toggle("fast"); $("#page-content").toggleClass("hidebar"); }); Also, you want to apply the transition to #page-content, not #page-content.hidebar so it transitions both expanding and contracting If you do still want to do it with using a .hide class not changing the jQuery or the HTML, you can do it this way, by toggling the width and height Relevant CSS for that: .hide {height:0px; width:0px; color:transparent;} #page-sidebar {width: 230px; float:left; transition: all 0.3s ease;}

Categories : CSS

align UL to center of DIV
Make the left and right margins of your UL auto and assign it a width: #headermenu ul { margin: 0 auto; width: 620px; } Edit: As kleinfreund has suggested, you can also center align the container and give the ul an inline-block display, but you then also have to give the LIs either a left float or an inline display. #headermenu { text-align: center; } #headermenu ul { display: inline-block; } #headermenu ul li { float: left; /* or display: inline; */ }

Categories : HTML

is this bad?
You could have a class of center in your CSS which works for most block elements. For the CSS code: .center {margin:0 auto;} In your HTML: <div class="center">Content Here</div> If you wanted the text to be aligned center aswell as the div then you would just update the above CSS to be: .center {margin:0 auto; text-align:center;}

Categories : HTML

css3 animation on click with javascript
The animation will run once, all the elements but just the first time You seem to be looking for the animation-iteration-count CSS property, which specifies how often an animation will run. You can set it to infinite or any numerical (positive) value. The problem you have with your animations is that they are only started on the first click. After that, you don't change the element's styles (reassigning the animation-name doesn't help) - so no animation will get triggered (even if you changed the keyframes rules). The article at http://css-tricks.com/restart-css-animation/ discusses this and a few solutions. In your case it would even make sense to change the name of animation to something containing the "state": if( …cssRules[j].name.split("-")[0] == elemId) keyf

Categories : Javascript

How does one keep CSS3 animation state after ng-animate?
to keep the properties after the effects the html object need a separate class, because the fade-show and the fade-show-active classes will be removed when the effect ends. The new fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/WufYs/1/ The CSS: .fade-hide, .fade-show { -webkit-transition:all linear 1s; -moz-transition:all linear 1s; -o-transition:all linear 1s;

Categories : CSS

Css3 animation delay with jquery
You could try using the setTimeout function. setTimeout takes two arguments, a callback function and a delay in ms. If you wanted to delay the adding of a class by 6 seconds, you could do something like this: var delay = 6000; $(".animateda:in-viewport(-10)").find(".animated").each(function(queue) { setTimeout(function() { // do some animation here }, delay); }); This would do the animation (roughly) six seconds after it was called. EDIT: If you wanted to change the length of the animation each time, you could do something like this: The setTimeout must be wrapped in a closure, to stop the value of i changing within the method. var i = 0; $(".animateda:in-viewport(-10)").find(".animated").each(function(queue) { (function(i) { setTimeout(function() {

Categories : Jquery

How to tell what stage a CSS3 animation is at using jQuery?
I don't think there are notification events for the middle stages of a single animation. As a workaround, you could chain two separate animations (start the second animation when the first one ends using JS) and use the event at the end of the first one to know when the middle of the whole sequence was reached. Here's an article on a work-around: CSS Animation Keyframe Events (Javascript solution)

Categories : Jquery

css3 @keyframes animation hover
The reason for why the animation starts on page load is because it’s triggered (webkit browsers) here: .view .s5 { /* I’ve left out the other code just to make it clear */ -webkit-animation: fold_1 600ms ease-in-out; } If you don’t want the animation to reset once it’s finished, you'll need to add animation-fill-mode: forwards; which will persist the end state. But, since you want the animation to run backwards ones you hover out I actually think you’ll need to look into transitions instead. I made some quick changes in your code, just to show how it can be done. This is a quick fix but I think it at least works as you want it to(?). Instead of calling the keyframe rule, we’ll transition the transform on hover instead. Something like this … .view:hover .s5 {

Categories : CSS

JQuery / CSS3 animation conflicts
$(function() { $('#headerCenter img').hover( function () { $('nav a').animate({ color: "#0092DB" }, 500); }, function () { $('nav a').animate({ color: "#FFFFFF" }, 500, function () { $('nav a').removeAttr('style'); }); }) }) Simply added a callback function to delete de inline styling!

Categories : Jquery

How to move to the certain keyframe in CSS3 animation?
Perhaps you have got the answer in CSS+JS Please refer Old Post Here on fiddle from the same post Fiddle And with CSS only here is the Fiddle I have tweaked with :hover property, it changes the animation on hover, just like back button I hope this will solve your purpose..

Categories : Javascript

CSS3 Prism animation malfunction
There are two things you should consider: The transform-origin of the ".flipbox-container .flipwrap" class should be "center center" You are also changing the translateZ property during animation. The prism only stays inside the red box, when the translateZ property is <=-57. The f1 class has a translateZ property of 57px and will not stay inside the red box.

Categories : HTML

JavaScript display none after CSS3 animation
I could be wrong here, however i believe you need to add a transition-end trigger that does the display:block / display:none change. see: CSS3 transition events

Categories : Javascript

CSS3 animation timing on load
As I understand it, you have an animation than lasts 144 seconds. Then, you have several elements that share this animation, and where the second one is delayed 24 seconds. So, I guess that you have 6 elements, and that the remaining ones are delayed at 48, 72, and so on. One way to make the first transition earlier is just to set the delays a little bit higher: You have 0, 24, 48, 72, 96, 120. Set it to 1, 25, 49, 73, 97, 121. The first transition will happen at 1 second. And, once started, everything keeps the same. (the delays between elements keep unchanged)

Categories : Javascript

Beginning CSS3 animation at different points
Use negative animation-delay: .x1 { right: 30%; top: 90px; -webkit-animation: animato 15s linear infinite; -moz-animation: animato 15s linear infinite; -o-animation: animato 15s linear infinite; animation: animato 15s linear infinite; -webkit-animation-delay: -3s; /* offsets the animation starting point for 3/15 = 20% */ -moz-animation-delay: -3s; -o-animation-delay: -3s; animation-delay: -3s; } fiddle

Categories : CSS

CSS3 animation in some android versions
Android 2.3 is listed as partially supporting CSS3 Animations because it only supports changing a single property at a time. The workaround is to break your properties into separate keyframes: @-webkit-keyframes slide { 1%, 18%, 100% { left: 0%; } 20%, 58% { left: -100%; } 60%, 98% { left: -200%; } } @-webkit-keyframes fade { 1%, 18%, 20%, 58%, 60%, 98% { opacity: 1; } 19%, 59% { opacity: 0.2; } 99% { opacity: 0.5; } } .slider ul { ... -webkit-animation: 15s infinite; -webkit-animation-name: slide, fade; } Android 4.0+ has addressed this bug. http://daneden.me/2011/12/putting-up-with-androids-bullshit/

Categories : Android

Need a second pair of eyes for a CSS3 animation
Seems like you're looking more for Transitions, not Animations: .inform { margin: 5px; color: black; font-family:'Helvetica', sans-serif; border:10px solid rgb(114, 145, 63); background-color: rgb(247, 145, 60); position: absolute; width: 500px; top: -200px; transition: all 1s ease-in-out; -o-transition: all 1s ease-in-out; -ms-transition: all 1s ease-in-out; -moz-transition: all 1s ease-in-out; -ktml-transition: all 1s ease-in-out; -webkit-transition: all 1s ease-in-out; } .inform h5 { font-style: italic; font-style: bold; font-size: 18px; } .topic { font-family:'Helvetica', sans-serif; font-style: bold; font-size: 24px; color: rgb(53, 78, 155); } .topic li { color: black; font-style: normal;

Categories : CSS

CSS3 flip animation bug in firefox
Is it when you rollover the bottom edge? If so it is running the mouseenter event, then the mouseleave event straight after so it never fully animates. Add the logs to your Javascript for your code in the question $('.employee_container').hover( function(){ $(this).addClass('active'); console.log('over'); }, function(){ $(this).removeClass('active'); console.log('off'); } ); You may need to add something to not run the mouseleave event until the animation is complete. something like this see fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/vDQwQ/10/ var animating = false; var callback = function(){ animating = false }; $('.employee_container').hover( function(){ if(animating) return; animating = true; $(this).addClass('active'); //set small delay se

Categories : Jquery



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