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Rob Dodson
The thing about position: sticky is that it only works in articles which explain how to use position: sticky.
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Garrett Thompson Apr 12
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And not at all in IE :(
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Alice Boxhall Apr 12
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Rob Dodson Apr 12
Replying to @sundress
effin gridbag...
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varun raja Apr 12
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πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Yasmine Evjen Apr 12
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The freaking truth 🀣
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Bill Criswell Apr 12
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I thought I was the only one.
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Rob Dodson Apr 12
Replying to @crswll @Una
you're not alone my friend.
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Eric Meyer Apr 12
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THE ACCURACY, IT BURNS
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Russell Vea Apr 12
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Dollar Shave Club, of all organizations, has a nice library that should make it more consistent
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Jordan Pittman Apr 12
Replying to @rob_dodson
Omg truth. This biggest thing for me was learning that it only moves inside its parent container. If the parent container is the same height you get no stickiness. (Or width if horizontal scrolling)
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Alex Russell Apr 12
Replying to @meyerweb @rob_dodson
There's a rumsfeldian "you go to layout with the DOM you have, not the DOM you wish you had" in here somewhere.
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Adam Argyle Apr 12
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Jeremy Wagner Apr 12
There are DOM nodes we know we know, the known knowns. But, there are DOM nodes we know we don't know, the known unknowns. Then there are the DOM nodes you don't know you don't know, the unknown unknowns.
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Rob Dodson Apr 12
Replying to @argyleink
Look at the likes Adam. The people are with me!!!
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Adam Argyle Apr 12
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LoL, the people love to hate. You'll always get likes crapping on CSS in 2019 πŸ˜‚
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Rhy Moore Apr 12
Replying to @argyleink @rob_dodson
But I liked it and I love CSS. I'll talk shit about border-image any time, too.
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WestbrookJ Apr 12
Replying to @rob_dodson
I like this snark. I've had no problem working with position: sticky and find it to be a good friend of mine. Here's a table demo where it sticks the `thead td` I'll not write the article just to contradict you?
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Rob Dodson Apr 12
Replying to @WestbrookJ
This is pretty interesting. I tried putting it inside of a parent with overflow: hidden and it still works. I guess because the scroller is the table element itself? πŸ€”
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