Assume I have a small component in a web application that represents an expander control, i.e. a header text, an icon to expand / collapse and some content.
I've stumbled across this many times before and I've been wondering if one could write this in a simpler and less redundant way.
this.folderObj.folderName is string and I print console of that string aaa aaa, I use trim() but it removes only before and after white spaces,how to remove more than one space between two words of string and want output like this aaa aaa
I have a class image which is added to the body using a jQuery function:When I try to add a shake effect using class shake it doesn't give the shake effect:
I'm using css transition to drawing a line, it run or loading from right to left, and then down, and continue to load to left:
New coder here, hope you can help. I'm trying to achieve the following but really struggling. I simply am trying to achieve a diagonal background which goes through the text and changes the colour my choice.
I am trying to get my flexbox to resize on mobile devices and window size.For the life of me I have no idea why it is not working. The flexbox should resize and wrap around to the next row as the browser scales down.
Brief Explanation: I have div1 and div2 onside a <div>. On right click i open context menu which has a button switch.
I have a bunch of long-running CSS animations on a page. I want to pause them when a user switches to another tab and resume them when the user is back to the original tab again. For the sake of simplicity I don't aim for a cross-browser solution at this...
I want to display a word (suppose Slow), is there a way to first display 'slow' then by CSS animation add few O's in the middle, making it from Slow to Sloooooow.