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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: Searching for a cool portal layout
Date Wed, 16 Nov 2005 10:34:13 GMT
hepabolu wrote:
> Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
>>Yeah, I like it :) Great work, Helma.
> Thanks.
>>Do you want me to commit it or do you want to do it?
> Go ahead, I haven't looked at the portal stuff, so I wouldn't know where 
> to put it or where to change what.
Ok, I'll try it as soon as possible :)

Thanks for the work, Helma.


> Do note that I've slightly changed the structure of the page, see my 
> previous message (the one with the red colors). For this to work, you 
> need to update the files that generate the result.
> Summary (do check if I've missed something):
> - on the first page (portal.*): I've removed all inline styling of the 
> table in the personal area and added an id (personal_area) to the table.
> - on this same page I added a link to portal-page.css that only styles 
> that table.
> - I've suppressed the images in the header, but didn't remove them. If 
> you like it like this, remove the images so the page renders faster. 
> Maybe you want to add "Cocoon Portal" in some nice font/size/color to 
> the header as text.
> - I've added <div class="innerbox"> to each coplet (just below the <div 
> ... class="coplet"> and <div ... class="coplet-borderless"> to get the 
> drop shadow working.
> - you either have to expand the shadowAlpha.png to allow for larger (> 
> 800px) coplets or you have to restrict a coplet to a max-width=800px in 
> the CSS. However, I'm not sure if max-width is supported by IE.
> - I've moved the <div class="coplet-icons"> below the <div 
> class="coplet-title">
> - I've added a <a href="..."> to the selected tab. That eased up the 
> styling of the nav bar.
> Oh and do check if there is commented code left in the CSS files, that 
> might as well be removed and reduced the file size.
> You might want to do a more thorough check of the styling on Windows (FF 
> and IE). I've quickly checked that it looked as expected and that the 
> hovering worked as expected, but I can't remember if it stayed ok after 
> resizing.
> One issue left: the title and navbar fonts are bold, which looks fine on 
> Windows, but they look too thick on OSX. If I figure out how to solve 
> that, there should be a small update to the CSS files.
> Bye, Helma

Carsten Ziegeler - Open Source Group, S&N AG

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