Zámbó Gergő Permalink to comment# November 30, 2011 Heya, Thanks for sharing this! Any ideas? I can’t work like this. So I changed the div's by other span's (due to the ie7- bug for assign inline-block to an natural block element), and worked! weblink
You gain in semantic and mantainability. Drag below 480px to see the responsiveness in action As mentioned above, a CSS Table can choose not to behave like a table when it want to. It is built on WordPress, hosted by Media Temple, and the assets are served by MaxCDN. With it, you can achieve a true vertical alignment (right in the middle) for elements with dynamic height. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4005309/div-table-cell-vertical-align-not-working
Vadim Makeev Permalink to comment# November 1, 2011 Did you mean transform? The only goal that it didn't manage to satisfy is 2) allow the center column to appear first in the source I'm guessing this goal is for SEO purpose. OK, I just found out why.
share|improve this answer answered Jul 16 '13 at 15:57 bhaity 6217 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Float it with another wrapper without using display: table;, it works:
Since Gary Turner wrote his article, (7+ years ago in mid 2006) that would mean that at least 2 space craft reached Mars. Css Table Cell Vertical Align Top Holy Grail Layout From alistapart, the Holy Grail layout is a page with a header, 3 equal height columns(2 fixed sidebar and a fluid center) and a sticky footer. Heydon Permalink to comment# November 11, 2011 Just to be clear, using unsemantic code purely for layout purposes is correct. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24440399/css-table-cell-and-vertical-align-middle-not-working-in-firefox It's alright to absolutely-position this content. (Usually fine, since the parent element inside which the content is centered can still be in flow.
You may want to use inline-block instead. Vertical Align Div Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront? Not worried about ie6 support but if anyone can do this and show an example I will send you $10! :) DRoss Permalink to comment# November 1, 2011 Might help with I sometimes sit and glare longingly at those at the office that don’t have to support the older versions of IE.
Unless the website serves purely mobile traffic, which I highly doubt so, I will still stick to my display: table. http://www.vanseodesign.com/blog/demo/vertical-centering/table-cell.php He wrote about his solution: IE 5, 6 and 7 uses inline-blocks and non-IE browsers use table-cell and vertical-align to emulate the table method. Table Cell Vertical Align Top Nice technique! Vertical Align Middle Not Working It's what makes the whole thing work.
It helps seeing the visuals, though. –meder omuraliev Oct 23 '10 at 18:03 20 @mattgcon, display: table-cell works, and allows vertical-align to be used in both Chrome and Firefox without have a peek at these guys I've discovered it a few days ago and I've been coming here quite often! Works in all 5 now. In this situation, it behaves like the (old, deprecated) align attribute did on elements. Css Vertical Align Text
Source: stackoverflow.com As much as possible, the Holy Grail layout should achieves these following goals: have a fluid center with fixed width sidebars allow the center column to appear first in visual effects proly assume knowledge of parent width. Writing to multiple files with cat Word to describe object that can be passed through Could someone explain what knot theory is about, exactly? http://admitcore.net/vertical-align/vertical-align-not-working-in-table-cell.html The browser support for this is essentially everything and IE 8+.
Unfortunately it has one downside. Vertical Align Text In Div Jack Nycz Permalink to comment# November 11, 2011 So why are you at CSS-Tricks…? Robert Permalink to comment# December 3, 2013 On Win7, Michal's method works perfectly in Chrome v31.0.1650.57 m, Opera v12.16, and Safari v5.1.7 (7534.57.2) (abandonware).
What I did in the end was set the pseudo-element's min-height to the same as the parent. It makes me wonder how much untapped potential the :before and :after pseudo-elements still have. In this case, it is a good thing. Horizontal Align Css This is a good article about vertical centering: css-tricks.com/centering-in-the-unknown –adaam Jun 26 '14 at 22:58 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign
I think is a great snippet. The reason vertical-align:middle isn't doing what is desired want is because the author doesn't understand what it's supposed to do, but … … this is because the CSS specification really screwed Comments/suggestions/flames welcome. this content If IE <= 7 support is needed, it's