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Late answer but this works: /* applies to GIF and PNG images; avoids blurry edges */ img[src$=".gif"], img[src$=".png"] { image-rendering: -moz-crisp-edges; /* Firefox */ image-rendering: -o-crisp-edges; /* Opera */ image-rendering: -webkit-optimize-contrast;/* Webkit (non-standard naming) */ image-rendering: crisp-edges; ...


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I too had the same issue. I had imported the bootstrap file in my application.css at the top. It was causing me issues. So I placed the same import at the bottom after the comment lines in the application.css file. It worked like a charm!


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There is a free way to publish webpages: Create a Dropbox account (or use your own if you have one already). Under Public folder create a new folder (for example called web). Put the files of your project inside this folder. On Dropbox right click the folder; on the menu select the option Copy Public Link. Put the copied link on a browser and it will go ...


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That's a big question, and you have a bit to learn, but it's not hard. If you want to show off your work, get a web hosting plan. Google 'best web hosts in [your country]', then pick one you think will work for you. Follow its documentation on uploading your site. You can even go a step further by registering a domain name. Again, the host will have ...


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Your Web Part Chrome Type might be the problem. You will be able to see changes on edit mode, but if your Chrome Type is set to Default, None, or Border Only, you will not see the title on the actual page. On your Title on the edit mode page, go to the far right, and click on the drop down menu. Click on Edit Web Part, and go to Appearance. There you ...



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