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After being held hostage - or as a patient, given the setting - by Officer Dawn, Beth understandably had a grudge against Grady Memorial’s half-corrupt leader. After all, she was a maturing woman who’d developed a solid friendship with Daryl that bordered on something more, so she was missing out on a lot.
—  Cinema Blend
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15kb of CSS is all you’ll ever need ⚡️
We have a CSS problem.
By Philip Ardeljan

Philip Ardeljan:

Classes in functional CSS have a single purpose or responsibility. This makes them infinitely re-useable. Unlike the following class:

.card {
  display: block;
  border: 1px solid #999;
  padding: 1.5rem;
  margin-bottom: 1rem;
}

which can only be re-used once. Think of how many times you can re-use the following class:

.tc {
  text-center;
}

The semantic class name approach to writing CSS leads to the constant need for new CSS. You’ll never stop writing CSS. On the other hand, the functional CSS approach means you will write all the CSS you need, and then you will stop. If you are clever about it, it won’t be much larger than 15kb.

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Kaneki theme by einfolk

Previews & Code: Version 1 : Version 2

Features

  • 400px posts
  • Optional: colors, rounded/solid borders, rounded sidebar, captions
  • Infinite scrolling
  • 3 custom links

It’s super simple since I haven’t released anything in a very long time, but if something’s wrong or anything feel free to send me an ask! 

Please like/reblog if using!! :-)

#gallery-0-5 { margin: auto; } #gallery-0-5 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-0-5 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-0-5 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */

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sidebar description trend.

—— !! you’re in luck. let me just throw down a thing for you.

the new sidebar descriptions are just floating div’s with some fancy coding. so first make a div.

#divname {
    position: absolute; 
   font-size: 10px!important;
   z-index: 8; /*make sure you dont have anything else with this z-index*/
   width: 150px;    height: 205px;
color:#000000!important; /*if you want your text to be a different color*/ margin-top: 100px; /*this positions it*/
   margin-left: 100px; /*this positions it*/
   padding:10px; /*keeps border away from words*/ border:1px solid #000000;
   overflow:scroll;
}

then decide to make stuff inside the div only fancy. basically just replace the b or i with whatever you want like strike, italic, a (for links), etc.

#divname b {color:#d9d9d9; font-family:’prada’;font-size:19px;}
#divname i {color:#d6d6d6; font-family:’prada’;font-size:14px;}

then you’re done.