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September 20, 2017 Dear JPos17 Contributor, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Physics with Positrons at Jefferson Lab ( JPos17 ) will be published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP), and will be available in perpetuity for free. Workshop proceedings will be accepted for both the oral and poster presentations. Authors must submit two documents: 1) a high quality PDF version of their proceedings and a 2) copyright license agreement form. Instructions and templates in both Word and L atex formats are available from the AIP Scitation website : http://aip.scitation.org/apc/authors/download A page length of 5 pages is recommended, but we ask all authors not to exceed 8 pages. Both the documents (P DF and copyright) should be uploaded no later than Friday, November 17, 2017 to the Indico program corresponding to your presentation: https://www.jlab.org/indico/event/206/overview We encourage authors to consider the following factors: • Motivate the impact of polarized or unpolarized positrons for the physics case being considered, • Propose experimental measurements that include projected kinematics , achievable statistical precision or figure of merit, • D efine the positron and/or electron beam parameters ( e.g. beam size , energy spread ) required for your experiment to be successful, • Identify experimental technical challenges ( e.g. hardware, software) , and • Do not refrain from addressing man power, support, or funding as is relevant for making the case. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions. On behalf of the JPos17 Organizing Committee, Joe Grames and Eric Voutier Co – Chairs, JPos17 Or something like removing the border from the top left table cell element in a cross-referencing table. Other Resources Vanishing Acts (use cases) A Case for :empty Browser Support Henry Permalink to comment# October 31, 2013 Loving the :empty pseudo selector – is especially good with BuddyPress template notices! Reply ? Charles Walton Permalink to comment# November 22, 2013 For reference, puesdoelements (:after/:before) don’t count as content. Martina Ant Permalink to comment# February 7, 2017 Hi, it ignores empty if it has :after element for me 🙁 Sergio Pinna Permalink to comment# July 7, 2014 What about that css: *:empty { display:none; margin:0; padding:0; border:0; } Reply ? Vergil Penkov Permalink to comment# July 21, 2014 Yeah, it’s gonna work. Might wanna use !important there as well. One useful example would be if you have hard-coded elements. You can use div:empty+hr, p:empty+hr { display: none } That would hide unneeded separators. Tweak to your own preference. macem Permalink to comment# August 8, 2014 *:empty rule style even hr tag and img tag Reply ? Heath L. Permalink to comment# January 31, 2015 This selector didn’t work for me when I tested it on CodePen. Is my code incorrect? Here is the code I used to target “empty” elements. Perhaps this selector is no longer supported? When I targeted divs that were NOT empty, however, it worked. See here. Reply ? Michael Miko Permalink to comment# February 10, 2015 It works, you just don’t see it. Try :empty { background-color: #99ff99; padding: 16px; } Ivan Djokic Permalink to comment# November 24, 2017 By default DIV element has width 100% of his parent and his height is 0px. Thats the reason why you do not see the difference. Heath L. Permalink to comment# February 10, 2015 You’re right Micheal, I can see the color when I add padding to the CSS. Can you tell I’m a beginner? Thx very much for the help Reply ? Heath L. Permalink to comment# February 10, 2015 Sorry — Michael Karthick Rajan Permalink to comment# May 18, 2015 It works good when an element is empty. But if atleast it had a “space” it doesn’t work. I understand it will not work as it is not empty. But my requirement is this. I have a parent Div and an Empty Child Div within it. So the Height of the parent Div is ‘0’. Can i in some way use a css selector to select the parent Div. I need to clear out certain css properties like padding, margin on the parent Div if it’s height is ‘0’. I can’t use Javascript or Jquery for some reason. Is this possible. Reply ? mister Permalink to comment# June 5, 2015 If
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is equal to zero, how it can be disabled. Please advise… Reply ? Salman Permalink to comment# July 11, 2015 0 is just a general text not wrapped inside any text in short div:empty only checks if there exits a sub tag inside this div or not Alex Ward Permalink to comment# June 18, 2015 Point to note: I know that a few people have suggested *:empty is a good idea. However beware that this will include inputs with no value too. Reply ? some_jack Permalink to comment# July 3, 2015 *:empty:not(input)? Tough you’ld still have to care for many other elements that can be empty (display only background image/color etc…) Max Permalink to comment# August 9, 2015 This came in really handy. Thanks! I made a class called hideif and got this cool little snippet. .hideif:empty { display:none !important; } Reply ? Nick van de Veerdonk Permalink to comment# October 9, 2015 Thanks yet again this is so cool! Reply ? Matthijs Permalink to comment# November 25, 2015 Seems that the following cell, containing a table that has empty cells, is not triggered by :empty …
Reply ? GAITA BENONE Permalink to comment# October 8, 2018 you can trigger the last td:empty then go up on the parents dugfresh Permalink to comment# January 29, 2016 tags are considered empty, as are, I assume, any self-closing elements. found that to be interesting, though, given a tiny fraction of thought, makes total sense. so add this to the list of elements to keep in mind when using :empty. Reply ? Roy Permalink to comment# February 13, 2016 This makes me very happy. I’m using box-sizing and using empty
box columns as spacing for my desktop alignments. With @media queries however the spacing boxes leave weird padding-type gaps where I don’t want them. I’ve added div:empty to my @media query using padding:0px; and it works like a charm. Thank you!!!! Reply ? John Permalink to comment# February 26, 2016 This is a great tip – I’m fetching data from a sql database using php. When a column is empty, it left an annoying little white circle since the data being fetched was inserted into a white border with a bit of padding. Used with !important, it worked like a charm to get rid of this. Reply ? Aaron Grogg Permalink to comment# November 4, 2016 FYI, the “Other Resources” link for “Vanishing Acts (use cases)” is a 404 on Dudley’s site. Couldn’t find anything that immediately looked like a match… Atg Reply ? Marie Mosley Permalink to comment# November 4, 2016 Thanks! I’ve updated the link Satbir Singh Permalink to comment# January 9, 2018 img { display: none !important; } Reply ? Larry Tradesouthwest Permalink to comment# April 16, 2018 Just as cool is to add text when a div is :empty. Had a project with price tag empty and client wanted it to say Call For Price. Was gonna use javaschnipp but found Chris’s post and did this: #your_price.car_final_price_style:empty:before { content:”Call For Price”; position:relative; font-size:inherit; } Works like a charm. Reply ? Leave a Comment Cancel reply Posting Code! You may write comments in Markdown. This makes code easy to post, as you can write inline code like `
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