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One day, you'll fall into a CSS trap related to setting a child element's height as a percentage of its parent's minimum height. Spoiler alert, but it won't work the way you think. In this episode, we'll review two possible solutions.
Run Time 8:12Free
If you've ever hoped to clamp a paragraph of text to a set number of lines, you're likely already aware that it's a tricky process. However, for many years now, there has been a way to do it with pure CSS. The only caveat is that it requires a number of webkit-specific prefixes to work properly. But what would you say if I told you that, even with these webkit-specific prefixes, the functionality will work across all modern browsers?
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