[typo] Document markup freeze for article?
gilles.cherix at gmail.com
Sat Apr 30 16:25:24 EDT 2005
That's one of the solution I was thinking about.
Another one was this :
Would it be possible to package a .diff with the .css in an archive
that would be used as a theme package? The diff would modify the
articles to fit the stylesheet when the user select the theme in the
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Le 30 avr. 05 à 21:47, Justin Palmer a écrit :
> Hi Gilles,
> I had a long answer to your question typed out, but after
> speaking with the other developers I believe we've found a solution
> to this problem.
> Currently the primary layout file dictates the look and feel of
> your site (articles.rhtml) , this file is sprinkled with partials
> that contain basic markup
> to support whatever they contain. By creating a new
> myarticles.rhtml, etc you can easily change the look of your site
> and you can also svn up without
> breaking anything.
> This hasn't been implemented yet, but be aware that it is being
> discussed and we are working on this!
> Gilles Cherix wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Congratulations for the latest release (and the new design), it's
>> everyday more fun to use Ruby on Rails and Typo!
>> I love the new design of Typo, but I would like to keep my
>> personalized one... and I'm probably not the only one.
>> Unfortunately the new release break the html markup in
>> articles.rhtml. That's okay if it happens once but it can be
>> annoying if every release breaks our CSS.
>> Moreover at a certain point in future it'll be nice to have a sort
>> of a theme engine for Typo. With CSS it will be quite easy to add
>> new designs using alternative style sheets. We just need to be
>> careful when designing the markup in the styled documents. So my
>> question is the following: is there any discussion about the
>> inside of articles.rhtml should be or is the markup just an adhoc
>> derivation in order to support the azure design?
>> I'm at the moment digging into CSS/(X)HTML so I'd be glad to take
>> care of this part of the work, although it would be nice if
>> someone with an another point of view would argue with me so that
>> I'm not the only one to take decisions.
>> What do you think?
>> "Design" is like a religion - too much of it makes you inflexible
>> and unpopular. -- Linus Torvalds
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