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DodoWeb says

Hey guyz!

I’m really shame since I’ve just found a simple CSS “ninja” move that I was missing after several years coding end developing xhtml/css/js…

Today I had to finish a few CSS fixes for an existing web page and one of them was to hide the last breadcrumb item. Since I know the :last-child won’t work in IE and since I’m using input[type=...] selector a lot, I decided to try a[title=”.....”] and it worked! :D

It’s really a very basic CSS move, but I decided to share it with u as someone esle might not know it yet.

Cheers!

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campolar says

Cannot follow you… Can you post the code?

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osigrandi says
Cannot follow you… Can you post the code?

He’s probably referring to this: http://api.jquery.com/attribute-equals-selector/

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CreativeMilk says

Well for what i know the input[type=...] is very usefull but it dont work in IE.

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DodoWeb says

It works in IE7 +.

Sorry, my english is not that good.. :D

a[title="Reload the current page."] { display: none; }

That was what I meant – removing the last element from WP breadcrumbs.

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duotive says

ie dosen’t know anything:))) i hate that people are using it

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kailoon Envato team says
ie dosen’t know anything:))) i hate that people are using it

You hate your clients? You hate money?

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CreativeMilk says
ie dosen’t know anything:))) i hate that people are using it
You hate your clients? You hate money?

lol, no he hate’s the extra work ;)

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organicbee says
Well for what i know the input[type=...] is very usefull but it dont work in IE.

ie7.js

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duotive says
ie dosen’t know anything:))) i hate that people are using it
You hate your clients? You hate money?

i hate that people are using it.. and don’t upgrade to a better one… and i’m talking from my experience with joomla from m workplace, not here

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