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Unsere Firma sucht wieder ein:e PHP-Entwickler:in:

https://data-quest.de/data-quest/jobs/

Falls ihr also in einer wunderschönen Stadt an Open Soure Software arbeiten möchtet, wäre das eure Chance.

#jobs #php #webdev
 
Unsere Firma sucht wieder ein:e PHP-Entwickler:in:

https://data-quest.de/data-quest/jobs/

Falls ihr also in einer wunderschönen Stadt an Open Soure Software arbeiten möchtet, wäre das eure Chance.

#jobs #php #webdev
 
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Yesterday, I stumbled upon the site:
https://clrs.cc/
It has some really beautify colors to use in #HTML, #CSS, and #JavaScript.
I think its #colors look far better than the default color palette in HTML. I highly recommend using this project. #coding #webdev #design #CSS3 #HTML5
 
Bild/Foto
Yesterday, I stumbled upon the site:
https://clrs.cc/
It has some really beautify colors to use in #HTML, #CSS, and #JavaScript.
I think its #colors look far better than the default color palette in HTML. I highly recommend using this project. #coding #webdev #design #CSS3 #HTML5
 

Sticky Footer — Solved by Flexbox — Cleaner, hack-free CSS

Getting the footer to stick to the bottom of pages with sparse content is something just about every Web developer has tried to tackle at some point in his or her career. And, for the most part, it’s a solved problem. Yet all the existing solutions have one significant shortcoming — they don’t work if the height of your footer is unknown.

Flexbox is a perfect fit for this type of problem. While mostly known for laying out content in the horizontal direction, Flexbox actually works just as well for vertical layout problems. All you have to do is wrap the vertical sections in a flex container and choose which ones you want to expand. They’ll automatically take up all the available space in their container.
https://philipwalton.github.io/solved-by-flexbox/demos/sticky-footer/
#programming #webdev #css
 

Sticky Footer — Solved by Flexbox — Cleaner, hack-free CSS

Getting the footer to stick to the bottom of pages with sparse content is something just about every Web developer has tried to tackle at some point in his or her career. And, for the most part, it’s a solved problem. Yet all the existing solutions have one significant shortcoming — they don’t work if the height of your footer is unknown.

Flexbox is a perfect fit for this type of problem. While mostly known for laying out content in the horizontal direction, Flexbox actually works just as well for vertical layout problems. All you have to do is wrap the vertical sections in a flex container and choose which ones you want to expand. They’ll automatically take up all the available space in their container.
https://philipwalton.github.io/solved-by-flexbox/demos/sticky-footer/
#programming #webdev #css
 
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