I am looking for a non JS solution.
My answer clearly states this: (and resolves the OP's need - view full answer for more details)
So why and how is my answer not constructive to gain a vote down?
My thoughts are:
- IF the user who answered has less than X rep then vote down.
- ARE this site's users chasing badges more than helping each other?
- IS the community being far less tolerant than a year ago?
I'm not saying everybody are the same, but some users maybe don't read/know/think enough to give a down vote. This is just a strange behavior I've seen more times than I would like to, this is nothing personal, just a general question about the community behavior. I've seen this things far more too often.
It's very annoying since I was trying to help a user, spent time, uploaded screenshots to give what I believe is a complete solid answer regarding css and jquery and got down-voted for nothing. I'd like to believe I'm not the only one mad at this situation, and I DO know nobody forced me to answer or help, I did it on my own will, and the user who down-voted me did it as well, it's just a topic to see if other users are experiencing the same, this site has helped me out more times than I could possibly count, about a year ago I decided to make myself a user to help when I can, and this is just unfair.
Note: I don't give a sh*t about a down-vote, but I want to know, as I've said if other users are noticing the same things.