Andrew Burgess

Los Angeles, CA

deceptacle.com

Age: 25

College graduate from RIT with a BS in CS

My skills primarily consist of:

  • .NET Technologies (C#, ASP.NET)
  • SQL Server
  • Web Development

I've also gained experience using Python, Java, and PHP

Mar
21
awarded Famous Question
Feb
25
awarded Necromancer
Feb
25
answered bind a click event to from within a function that runs the same function
Feb
12
comment Start Animating CSS Value at Specific Keyframe
The transition method looks like it is ideal. Thanks for the different versions as well
Feb
12
accepted Start Animating CSS Value at Specific Keyframe
Feb
12
comment Start Animating CSS Value at Specific Keyframe
I'm basically looking for: 0%-50% animate height, 50%-100% animate width, except that I don't necessarily know what the width is to fix it for the 0%-50% portion of the animation.
Feb
12
comment Start Animating CSS Value at Specific Keyframe
The issue is that the width animates for the entire duration, instead of the second half of it.
Feb
12
asked Start Animating CSS Value at Specific Keyframe
Feb
9
answered How to delete top divs without causing bottom divs to jump up?
Dec
9
awarded Good Answer
Nov
26
awarded Notable Question
Oct
23
comment LinkButton or HyperLink?
@andleer HyperLink has target="_blank" which will open the new tab. The NavigateUrl points to your server and uses query string parameters. Your session cookie will be included in the request, so you can put the parameters in Session, and then Response.Redirect() in the new tab. This means you don't have to do any Javascript to cause the new window. The key component is that the HyperLink hits your server first before redirecting
Oct
23
answered LinkButton or HyperLink?
Oct
16
awarded Popular Question
Oct
14
awarded Student
Sep
12
accepted How to apply styles to neighboring elements in a list
Sep
12
comment How to apply styles to neighboring elements in a list
Nice. That selector is a little gnarly, but definitely workable.
Sep
12
comment How to apply styles to neighboring elements in a list
@MarcAudet - Yeah, I'm starting to lean more toward just restructuring the HTML to allow for this behavior.
Sep
12
comment How to apply styles to neighboring elements in a list
@JosephMarikle - It seems to mess with the flow though where only the list items directly below will get pushed down. That's why I'm wondering if I can use some sort of selector to get the elements in the row and set the margin-bottom on them
Sep
12
comment How to apply styles to neighboring elements in a list
@MarcAudet - I think I can fix the height of the dropdown panel. The content will be arbitrary, but it shouldn't be significantly long.
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