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Pixel Art Maker Angular directives for Bootstrap The $uibPosition service provides a set of DOM utilities used internally to absolute-position an element in relation to another element (tooltips, popovers, typeaheads etc...). getRawNode(element) Takes a jQuery/jqLite element and converts it to a raw DOM element. parameters element(Type: object) - The element to convert. returns (Type: element) - A raw DOM element. parseStyle(element) Parses a numeric style value to a number. value(Type: string) - The style value to parse. (Type: number) - The numeric value of the style property. offsetParent(element) Gets the closest positioned ancestor. element(Type: element) - The element to get the offset parent for. (Type: element) - The closest positioned ancestor. scrollbarWidth(isBody) Calculates the browser scrollbar width and caches the result for future calls. isBody(Type: boolean, Default: false, optional) - Is the requested scrollbar width for the body/html element. (Type: number) - The width of the browser scrollbar. position(element, includeMargins)

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Se lancer dans Sass Qui a encore peur aujourd'hui de Sass et des préprocesseurs en général ? David Demaree nous montre dans cette introduction claire et complète la simplicité et l'utilité de Sass. Indispensable, vraiment. Par David Demaree La simplicité de CSS est depuis toujours l’une de ses caractéristiques les plus agréables. Il y a eu des propositions pour améliorer CSS – l’ajout de constantes ou de variables par exemple – mais aucune n’a été mise en oeuvre par les principaux navigateurs. Heureusement, il y a quelques années les développeurs Hampton Catlin et Nathan Weizenbaum ont proposé une meilleure façon de gérer des feuilles de style complexes. La nouvelle syntaxe de feuilles de style s’appelle Sass, pour “syntactically awesome style sheets” (feuilles de styles syntactiquement super). C’est pourquoi Sass 3.0 a introduit une nouvelle syntaxe, plus proche de CSS, appelée SCSS (“Sassy CSS” qu’on pourrait traduire par “CSS à la Sass” ou bien "CSS classieux"). On commence ! Ne vous répétez pas Variables

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