hop of those help? "Partial support refers to only the element (added later to the spec) being "unknown", though it can still be used and styled." As shown here : https://caniuse.com/#search=main Main is not fully supported. You can still style it through.
I think the issue was by ths following , How are you creating your ListView? Is it defined in XML? Are you using a ListActivity? Or are you creating it programmatically? You need to make sure that the ListView itself has a width of fill_parent.
will be helpful for those in need Please check the attached image. There's a 50px margin on each side of the .slider-container div. You can reduce the value of these margins and then increase the width of the .slider-container div. Although I could increase the width of .slider-container div to 63% and at 64%, it moved down under the main-sale div. You can add this code to your stylesheet:
I wish this help you I have a simple problem with a menu, its a 2 part menu : on the left, a traditional UL. On the right, a link contained in a div. The right div has fixed width. The left div must take all remaining space. , Change an order of this two lists ;)
I wish did fix the issue. Trying to make a grid system with divs and I can use Text-Align Center but it just doesn't work as well. If I use the flex css the div's just ignore the barrier I created where it's suppose to break up the div's. The problem with not using flex is that I cant use margin to have the edge of the divs aligned with the logo and nav bar's end. , Remove both your .container classes and replace them with
min-height: 100vh; /*Remove to see the difference*/
width:72%; /*Modify it for your needs*/
margin: 0 auto;
flex-wrap: wrap; /*Recommended property*/