masonry | : love_hotel : Cascading grid layout plugin | Grid library

 by   desandro HTML Version: 4.2.2 License: No License

kandi X-RAY | masonry Summary

kandi X-RAY | masonry Summary

masonry is a HTML library typically used in User Interface, Grid applications. masonry has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

Masonry works by placing elements in optimal position based on available vertical space, sort of like a mason fitting stones in a wall. You’ve probably seen it in use all over the Internet. See for complete docs and demos.

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              masonry has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 16006 star(s) with 2166 fork(s). There are 463 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 73 open issues and 1055 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 85 days. There are 3 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of masonry is 4.2.2

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              masonry has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              masonry has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              masonry code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              masonry does not have a standard license declared.
              Check the repository for any license declaration and review the terms closely.
              Without a license, all rights are reserved, and you cannot use the library in your applications.

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              masonry releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.

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            masonry Examples and Code Snippets

            How to properly load Bootstrap5's Masonry into Nuxt?
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                Bootstrap and Masonry
            Masonry js only show single column in Ionic 4
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            public masonryOptions: NgxMasonryOptions = {
                transitionDuration: '0.2s',
                gutter: 15,
                resize: true,
                initLayout: true,
                columnWidth: '.masonry-item',
                percentPosition: true
            /*-- Masonry --*
            masonry effect in css/js with twice width and height for the first element
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            .masonry-container {
                display: grid;
                grid-template-columns: repeat(auto-fill, minmax(260px, 1fr));
                grid-auto-rows: 5px;
                grid-row-gap: 15px; /* grid-column-gap / 2 */
                grid-column-gap: 30px;
                overflow: hidden;
            How install masonry-layout on VUE component
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            import Masonry from "masonry-layout";
            Masonry grid on bootstrap
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            jQuery(document).ready(function($) {    
            function loadMasonry(){
                //$container will always be a new copy
                var $container = $('.featured-grid-thirds');
                //running images loaded again after page load / ajax event 
            Masonry jquery Plugin with lazyloading
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            var $grid = $('.grid').masonry({
              itemSelector: '.grid-item',
              percentPosition: true,
              columnWidth: '.grid-sizer'
            // layout Masonry after each image loads
            $grid.imagesLoaded().progress( function() {
            What could be the cause for images in masonry appearing on top of each other?
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            var $grid = $('.grid').imagesLoaded( function() {
              // init Masonry after all images have loaded
                  // options...
            Infinite Scroll not working when combine with Masonry + Bootstrap 4
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            // JavaScript/jQuery Document
            $(document).ready(function() {
              // jQuery methods go here...
              // init Masonry
              var $grid = $('.grid').masonry({
                itemSelector: 'none', // selec
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            // Clear any JIT measurements
            // Reset the position cache
              columnCount: this.columnCount,
              columnWidth: this.columnWidth,
              spacer: this.spacer,
            // Let Masonry know it needs to r

            Community Discussions


            How to install a package using pip in editable mode with pyproject.toml?
            Asked 2022-Mar-19 at 23:06

            When a project is specified only via pyproject.toml (i.e. no setup.{py,cfg} files), how can it be installed in editable mode via pip (i.e. python -m pip install -e .)?

            I tried both setuptools and poetry for the build system, but neither worked:



            Answered 2022-Mar-19 at 23:06

            PEP 660 – Editable installs for pyproject.toml based builds defines how to build projects that only use pyproject.toml. Build tools must implement PEP 660 for editable installs to work. You need a front-end (such as pip ≥ 21.3), backend. The statuses of some popular backends are:



            masonry effect with images and text
            Asked 2022-Mar-10 at 17:37

            just wondering if any of you tried to achieve a result like in the picture below. Triying to achieve it with flex boxes but not really achieving anything so I'm not sure if that will be even possible and be responsive. I'm triying to avoid having position absolute and a ton of media queries, I sure that must be an easy and responsive way to achieve this with a few lines of code.




            Answered 2022-Mar-10 at 16:44

            Below code snippet does what you want without any media queries. You'll of course need media queries if you want a different layout on mobile screens..



            Active nav link is not shown at the correct section because of header offset
            Asked 2022-Feb-16 at 21:05

            In this below example I have got two issues.

            1 - Active nav link is not shown at the correct section when clicked on a nav link because of header offset calculation, I think it assumes it is not reached to the designated section, you have to scroll header height more manually than active link background color highlights.

            2 - During scrolling highlight passes by each link and creates unpleasant effects for example when you are in the Amenities section and click on Contact to reach to contact section.



            Answered 2022-Feb-16 at 21:05

            I spent some time debugging your JS but didn't find anything that stuck out to me. Then I started looking at your HTML and realized the

            's you have between each section are throwing off your anchor tags, making the start of the sections not display when clicking the nav-items. Therefore making them seem "offset".

            Without additional JS, you can fix this by nesting those

            's within each respective section.

            For example ~ you had this:



            Selenium: Can't find an element in HTML
            Asked 2022-Feb-16 at 18:27

            Hi I am working on the script to automate downloads of videos from this side I can find a class with href(href is an attribute with URL) but after that Selenium gives me a bug with any error only a result of print(xy.get_atribute("href)) is None: my code:



            Answered 2022-Feb-16 at 17:58

            Well, first of all, you haven't actually provided what the error is, which would be helpful.

            Additionally, your for loop is overwriting the image var which is just bad practice, but shouldn't break anything.

            Finally, it looks like you've written an infinite loop with a non-conditional break at the end and no continue. Is this supposed to be a loop?



            Does it make sense to use Conda + Poetry?
            Asked 2022-Feb-14 at 10:04

            Does it make sense to use Conda + Poetry for a Machine Learning project? Allow me to share my (novice) understanding and please correct or enlighten me:

            As far as I understand, Conda and Poetry have different purposes but are largely redundant:

            • Conda is primarily a environment manager (in fact not necessarily Python), but it can also manage packages and dependencies.
            • Poetry is primarily a Python package manager (say, an upgrade of pip), but it can also create and manage Python environments (say, an upgrade of Pyenv).

            My idea is to use both and compartmentalize their roles: let Conda be the environment manager and Poetry the package manager. My reasoning is that (it sounds like) Conda is best for managing environments and can be used for compiling and installing non-python packages, especially CUDA drivers (for GPU capability), while Poetry is more powerful than Conda as a Python package manager.

            I've managed to make this work fairly easily by using Poetry within a Conda environment. The trick is to not use Poetry to manage the Python environment: I'm not using commands like poetry shell or poetry run, only poetry init, poetry install etc (after activating the Conda environment).

            For full disclosure, my environment.yml file (for Conda) looks like this:



            Answered 2022-Feb-14 at 10:04

            As I wrote in the comment, I've been using a very similar Conda + Poetry setup in a data science project for the last year, for reasons similar to yours, and it's been working fine. The great majority of my dependencies are specified in pyproject.toml, but when there's something that's unavailable in PyPI, I add it to environment.yml.

            Some additional tips:

            1. Add Poetry, possibly with a version number (if needed), as a dependency in environment.yml, so that you get Poetry installed when you run conda env create, along with Python and other non-PyPI dependencies.
            2. Consider adding conda-lock, which gives you lock files for Conda dependencies, just like you have poetry.lock for Poetry dependencies.



            Flexible layout: Is this one possible?
            Asked 2022-Jan-19 at 12:59

            EDIT Keep in mind that each cell can have a different width and height. This is not the same thing as this post: CSS-only masonry layout, see guide lines of the reference picture:

            there are about 19 columns and 17 rows made by guide lines and tiles placed in virtual 5×5 base grid overlap it in both axis.

            I want something between a grid and a flex layout. Grids are limited by cell size and flex is more powerful, but (what I know of it) is limited to direction. I want to have different cell sizes, each 5 of them summing to the same width, and 5 columns summing to the same height. Like the image below.

            Is there any way of achieving a similar layout using CSS?

            This is all I got until now:




            Answered 2021-Dec-25 at 17:08
            basically use CSS GRID new answer

            complete explanation in the previous answer below...

            use also negative margin for the top ones like (1,4,19) and positive margin for the bottom ones



            AWS Python Lambda "Hello World" + psycopg2 dependency = 3.2 MB. Can I shrink?
            Asked 2022-Jan-12 at 01:23

            I have a trivial python lambda function defined in



            Answered 2022-Jan-11 at 23:44

            If you create a v-env with PsycoPG2 installed, you'll see that that's pretty much the minimum you can get away with due to the size of the components of the wheel and its dependencies

            While it's not 100% the same as 2.9, here's mine for 2.9.1:



            AWS "Hello World" Python Lambda results in Runtime.ImportModuleError: "Unable to import module"
            Asked 2022-Jan-11 at 20:29

            I've read dozens of articles, blog posts, docs, and Q&A posts on this site on this issue, and I haven't found a solution.

            My Python code in is simple:



            Answered 2022-Jan-11 at 20:29

            This is a bug in CDK that's still to be patched in the next release. Downgrade to 1.136 if using CDK v1, or the 2.3.0-alpha.0 version of @aws-cdk/aws-lambda-python-alpha if using CDK v2.

            UPDATE: The 1.139 CDK release fixes the issue.



            How to make responsive image grid using react-virtualize
            Asked 2021-Dec-30 at 06:47

            I am trying to render the responsive image grid, which might have images of different sizes. It sounds like the Masonry component is good fit for this case, but not sure that I am able to use this example in my application? It looks fully coupled to the place where it lives, I tried to take relevant parts, but I wasn't able to get working.

            Also, I have tried to generate relevant code with wizard, and got this sample:



            Answered 2021-Dec-30 at 06:47

            from the image you attached it seems like your images are not dynamically measured. consider adding this library

            you need to add something like this:



            Stack children vertically in left/right columns without vertical white-space
            Asked 2021-Dec-28 at 08:06

            I'm trying to separate children of a container div into left/right columns, with no vertical whitespace below or above the children items.

            I'll explain the setup and provide a picture of the desired result, and then I’ll explain every solution I’ve tried and why each solution doesn’t seem to work.

            The Setup

            I have a container with children

            s that have a class of either .left or .right. Here's the code (I am bound to this HTML structure):



            Answered 2021-Dec-27 at 09:25

            If you are allowed to use a little JS (and I assume you are since one of your trials included a jquery library) you can calculate the vertical position of each element, position each element absolutely, and at the end set the height of container if its relative positioning is important.


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