Sometimes I place one object inside the other, both the identical size, set to responsive width, yet when the browser stretches I find one sizes slightly different than the other, leaving a 1-2 pixel deviation. This is most noticeable when dealing with keylines (see examples below)
We can set object to 100% of the browser width, but it seems we should have the option of 100% when placed inside another object (button) as well to avoid this problem. Has anyone found a fix?
These examples show button in button, but I get the same with rectangles simply placed on top of each other as well
result in stretched browser (note the right edge);
We can set object to 100% of the browser width,
no you can't
but it seems we should have the option of 100% when placed inside another object (button) as well to avoid this problem.
the corrent code is to set to browser width
Has anyone found a fix?
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Not to challenge you, but setting an object to fill browser width, is basically the same as 100%
And when coding manually you can infact set a width of 100% on a div/object, which then fills 100% of it's container, be it another div or the entire page.
Responsive/fluid on the other hand is using relative positioning percentages, hence Muses lack of control in regards to only using one system.