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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: Searching for a cool portal layout
Date Mon, 14 Nov 2005 07:48:53 GMT
hepabolu wrote:
> the page behind the "appcoplet" tab has 'coplet' attribute and the page 
> behind 'apps' has 'coplet' as namespace in the form.
> I've just downloaded the result as static HTML pages and been reworking 
> the CSS from there.
> I've included a set of HTML files with a 'files' folder containing the 
> resources.
> I've left the HTML files untouched except for the first page 
> (portal.html). There I've removed all styling info from the table and 
> added an id (personal_area). I've also added an extra 'link' tag in the 
> header to include 'portal-page.css'.
> This is basically a change of the current settings, i.e. it still 
> resembles the current layout a lot.
> I'm very curious to know what you think of it.
Looks really nice, I think.

> I'm now in the process of doing something completely different (i.e. 
> different colors, images etc.). Just to see where we can take this.
Now you're making me really curious :)

> One note:
> A coplet consists of a header and a content div. The header div contains 
> a title div which contains the title of the coplet as well as the list 
> of coplet-icons.
> I think it would be more logical that the coplet icons div would be 
> separate from the title div.
> Like this:
> <div class="coplet-header">
>    <div class="coplet-title">Title here</div>
>    <div class="coplet-icons">
>      <!-- icons here -->
>    </div>
> </div>
> If you agree, I'll figure out the necessary changes in the CSS. ;-)
Yes, absolutely - that's the way it should be (and how it was the first
time I added the new layout) - I think I messed it up when I applied the
latest layout patch from Klaus :(


Carsten Ziegeler - Open Source Group, S&N AG

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