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Dan Kaplun Jul 6
Replying to @Martijn_Cuppens
Which one is the most "correct"?
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Martijn Cuppens Jul 6
Replying to @dbkaplun
The specs are pretty vague about how this case should be rendered, but I think Edge handles it correctly here
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Stefan Maric Jul 6
I upvote this. Really want to know the process behind such discovery.
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Martijn Cuppens Jul 7
I wanted to know if there is a way to inset outlines (like box-shadow). Turned out 'inset' was a outline-style and a negative outline-offset can be used to inset outlines. The combination of these properties led to this result.
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Ruben Duiveman Jul 7
But... You've centered using table-cell. Why not flex-box?
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Martijn Cuppens Jul 9
Replying to @rubenduiveman @codepo8
Because this works in multiple versions of IE (but codepen doesn't support older versions of IE, so in the end it didn't matter)
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Martijn Cuppens Jul 11
Replying to @EmailonAcid
Oh boy, I just tested "the div" in email clients: Turns out the same browser renders the div different depending on which browser email client is used.
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Norkos Jul 12
Replying to @Martijn_Cuppens
Your task: Draw a 1cm square with an 1cm thick border but the border should be inside the square (1.25cm away from the actual outline). Oh, and make the boarder 3d - just for fun 😉
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Martijn Cuppens Jul 12
Replying to @Norkos_de
I tried, but got different results for each pencil I used 😉
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CrossBrowserTesting Jul 13
Replying to @Martijn_Cuppens
We wrote a blog on this! Check it out here:
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Martijn Cuppens Jul 13
Replying to @xbrowsertesting
Wow nice! Only a small error in my name, it's with a j (crazy Dutch names 😁)
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Rebane Jul 28
Replying to @Martijn_Cuppens
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Martijn Cuppens Jul 28
Replying to @rebane2001
Netscape is not supported by codepen
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