Fixed postion elements moving in Chrome on a 24 inch screen


I am building a horizontally scrollable virtual gallery where the images on the gallery wall are individually linked to their full-screen pages. The site has two narrow fixed menu bars on either side.

CSS shows well in Firefox and Edge, but not in Chrome

my shows quite well on Firefox and Internet Explorer/Edge, but...

In Chrome has no left margin! I tried adding padding-left: no way.

So please anybody could help me in showing well in Chrome too?

This is the lines in Jetpack CSS customize I added:

.entry-header .entry-title a {
color: red;

h1 {
color: red;

.site {
margin: 0 auto;
max-width: 960px;
max-width: 80.571428571rem;
overflow: hidden;
/* original max-width: 68.571428571rem; */

.site-content {
float: left;
width: 66.104166667%;
/* original width: 65.104166667%; */

Chrome link href tooltip css problem


I am having a very special problem with chrome (version 40).

I have a footer:

<footer id="footer">
			<span class="footertext">
				<br />
				<a href="" target="_blank">Anything</a>
				<a href="" target="_blank">Anything</a>
				<a href="" target="_blank">Anything</a>

And some css for it (my website uses Bootstrap 3.0 ):

footer#footer {
  height: 60px;
  background: #e1e1e1;
#footer {
  text-align: center;
  padding-top: 1em;
footer a {

How to make Chrome extension with button, popup, quick search results?

I want to make a Chrome extension.
It should have a button on side of address bar.
When we click on button there should be a small popup where we can search something quickly on 2-3 websites (like e-commerce sites).
When we click on any search result it takes us to corresponding website.

Ligatures not showing up in Firefox/Chrome

I'm trying to get the ligatures for a webfont I created to show up in Chrome and Firefox and IE; they currently only appear in Safari and iOS.

I'm trying to get the ligatures to appear on a larger site, but for the sake of testing, I create a simple HTML page here:

1. I created the webfont using fontsquirrel and made sure to include the unicode characters that have the ligatures that I want to appear on the page. I double and triple checked that they are in the woff, eot and svg files.

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