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Short answer: not much.
As with many things, "it depends". What does your target audience use? Here's one chart of "global browser usage":
Gotta love workarounds... :D
For what it's worth, I hit the same "error" earlier today. However, it wasn't while posting. Clicking on the arrow icon to the left of a thread title to go to the "last unread post" generated it....
From the articles returned in this search:
it seems that 65-75 characters is optimal. Perhaps using "em" as the metric rather than pixels...
Some links you may have already seen:
Add a border-radius to the blockquote styles?
Also see http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_box-shadow.asp
A way, way, way too busy page resulting in information overload. There's a reason these "portal"-type pages are almost non-existant in 2016. If someone can't find what they're looking for within 5-8...
As you have probably already found out, <select> and its <option> children accept very little styling. Therefore it's probably not going to be your best choice of inputs. Something I'm confused about...
You're welcome! Sometimes all you need is extra eyes (4 in my case :D). Good luck!
IDs must be unique to a page. You're code:
Change all references to //code.jquery.com to http://code.jquery.com
Where is the HTML element with id="kallender"?
Learn about radio buttons here:
There's lots of templates here:
Even if you don't use one perhaps you'll get some inspiration. :)
If by "text" you mean typeface or font you might look through Google's...
which shows the correct HTML code as ñ and the capitalized version as Ñ
Possible help for the mousewheel scroll:
Some example code that demonstrates Sempervivum's comment. This uses checkboxes instead of radio buttons but the principle is the same. Indeed radio buttons could be substituted for the checkboxes if...
Probably of no help to the OP but @jdc20181:
Your code reminds me of the worst days of web design and development -- the browser wars of the late '90s.
"Daddy what did you do during the browser...
Perhaps something in the attached file will help you.
1) Learn about the relationship between <label> and <input>.
2) My example code uses a version of the so-called "CSS checkbox hack". Search for it, learn about it.
3) Below is a slightly...
Does this help?
Styling of the title attribute is handled by the browser and OS. You can't change it. However, there are workarounds. Search for CSS tooltip. ;)
Do you have this tag in the <head> of your HTML?
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
From your description it seems like you don't.