feeela

Berlin, Germany

Age: 33

Aug
20
comment error 1045 (28000) access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES)
@Kelseydh This is true for any OS, not just Mac.
Aug
11
awarded Nice Answer
Jul
30
awarded Necromancer
Jul
24
comment How do you strip the unit from any number in SASS?
»never seen a use-case in which stripping units was a better option than simply using correct math« Then you do not know all use cases…
Jul
21
comment add elements to form from outside form tags on submit
@Popnoodles Vanilla JS is jQuery without the wrapper and you use it all the tie when dealing with jQuery too. Where does that vanilla JS fear come from?
Jul
21
comment From Internet Explorer 6 to Google Chrome
document.layers is an artifact from Netscape and kind of a 90th nostalgia; are document.all and document.layers obsolete now
Jul
21
comment From Internet Explorer 6 to Google Chrome
all was never a JavaScript feature, but a Microsoft specific JScript feature; also: “all is no longer supported. Starting with Internet Explorer 11, use getElementById.” See: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms537434(v=vs.85).aspx As IE8 also knows the getElementBy… functions, you should use those
Jul
17
comment GET http://localhost/Grafica/%7Bd.icon%7D/ 404 (Not Found)
It looks like the placeholder isn't replace (by whatever templating engine is in use), as {d.icon} is probably not the real image path. So this still won't work.
Jul
15
comment Get current URL in JavaScript?
@goodeye No, there is no jQuery way to get the location; as of the jQuery bug tracker: »It may have worked but it was never supported or documented. Simply use document.location.href which is faster, simpler, and easier to understand.« In other words, some folks used jQuery to get the location, but they relied on a bug, rather than feature. See: bugs.jquery.com/ticket/7858
Jul
15
comment SVG to PDF using Apache FOP
You may also embed all three SVGs in an HTML file and print that as PDF. This is possible as Chromium can run without a UI on a server.
Jul
15
comment Combining js with media queries ( viewport related )
Don't do that, if performance is your reason. You are altering some variables used by the clients throughout the rendering process. And you are doing so after the page was already (at least party) rendered and effectively repeating the rendering of the current page. Please be aware, that browser manufacturers are doing huge efforts to optimize the rendering performance and I doubt that a single client of yours is smarter than the whole Chrome or Firefox teams. If you still want to build something like that into your site, you should use scientific methods to measure the differences.
Jul
15
comment Optimizing a parsing php script
This question should be posted over at codereview.stackexchange.com
Jul
13
revised Center one of many spans in div horizontaly
added 10696 characters in body
Jul
13
comment Center one of many spans in div horizontaly
@Paulie_D In a slider or similar display, the items in a row a typically equally sized. And the image could be a mistake. Nonetheless this is also possible using different widths – but as fixed percentage values, which should sum up to 100%.
Jul
13
comment Center one of many spans in div horizontaly
@Paulie_D Don't you tell me this won't work. You know, such statements push my motivation to 600%! See below for a prove.
Jul
13
answered Center one of many spans in div horizontaly
Jul
13
comment Center one of many spans in div horizontaly
@Paulie_D But you can know how many siblings there are and use percentages to move them to the left. But I would also use JS.
Jul
13
reviewed Leave Open Javafx: Load image via css from outside jar
Jul
13
comment Javafx: Load image via css from outside jar
And dos that file exist at this location? F:/Repositories/DungeonCraft/resources/images/splash.png
Jul
13
reviewed Close Why I obtain this syntax error when I try to declare this regular expression on this PHP function?
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