kandi X-RAY | gizzard Summary
kandi X-RAY | gizzard Summary
Many modern web sites need fast access to an amount of information so large that it cannot be efficiently stored on a single computer. A good way to deal with this problem is to “shard” that information; that is, store it across multiple computers instead of on just one. Sharding strategies often involve two techniques: partitioning and replication. With partitioning, the data is divided into small chunks and stored across many computers. Each of these chunks is small enough that the computer that stores it can efficiently manipulate and query the data. With the other technique of replication, multiple copies of the data are stored across several machines. Since each copy runs on its own machine and can respond to queries, the system can efficiently respond to tons of queries for the same data by adding more copies. Replication also makes the system resilient to failure because if any one copy is broken or corrupt, the system can use another copy for the same task. The problem is: sharding is difficult. Determining smart partitioning schemes for particular kinds of data requires a lot of thought. And even more difficult is ensuring that all of the copies of the data are consistent despite unreliable communication and occasional computer failures. Recently, a lot of open-source distributed databases have emerged to help solve this problem. Unfortunately, as of the time of writing, most of the available open-source projects are either too immature or too limited to deal with the variety of problems that exist on the web. These new databases are hugely promising but for now it is sometimes more practical to build a custom solution.
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I'm very new to this, but am trying to put together a page that is a little above my pay grade so far, and it seems to be working well enough, but I cannot seem to figure out how to get the 'input' to stay at the bottom of the flex box and keep the text and image at the top. I have the feeling it's an hierarchy or parent/child issue, but I can't seem to get my brain around it. SO far I have tried everything I know how, but here's where I'm at now...
I've created a separate "DIV ID" with its own set of rules for the input which state that the input)s) should: "align-self: flex-end;" Still not working.. Any ideas would be very much appreciated!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-06 at 21:22
align-self: flex-end would work if the parent was a flex container (i.e., the parent had
display: flex or
display: inline-flex). But in this case, the parent (
form) is not a flex container, so the children will ignore flex properties.
Flex properties only work between parent and child elements. Read more about the scope of flex layout here: Proper use of flex properties when nesting flex containers
Without changing your HTML (which could be made more efficient), you could achieve the desired layout by making the
#one element a flex container in column direction, and applying auto margins to the form element.
In the example below I've also removed a lot of unnecessary code (at least for demo purposes).
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