Related to this question, I suggested that one of the questions I think should be "on-topic" is:
I'm having a problem with css inside my channel entries loop
I believe that any (specific, answerable) questions purely involving html & css, which are not necessarily EE-related, should still be classified as on topic. My reasons are:
- There are plenty of people here willing to answer
- Often the answer might involve using an EE add-on that the asker had not thought of
Therefore, I would also deem this question on topic:
Is there a way to change the display order of twitter bootstrap columns?
It's not EE-related, but as long as the asker is using EE, I think people here would be happy to help out, and I think we would build a much better community if we are a one-stop shop for EE developer questions (just like the #eecms Twitter tag is currently).
However, I would deem this one off-topic for obvious reasons:
Is there a way to change the display order of twitter bootstrap columns in Wordpress?
I would also close these two as "not a real question":
Is twitter bootstrap right for my project (too specific, will lead to extended discussion)
Is twitter bootstrap better than zurb foundation (too abstract, will lead to extended discussion)
I'm interested to hear other people's thoughts on this though. Do you think we should allow html/css questions, as long as the asker is using ExpressionEngine?