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From Thorsten Scherler <thors...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [Skins] Leather-dev vs. scale-dev
Date Wed, 03 Nov 2004 17:47:11 GMT
Clay Leeds escribió:
> On Nov 3, 2004, at 3:11 AM, Thorsten Scherler wrote:
> 
>> Hello Shaun,
>>
>> cheers that you are still here and still willing to help! ;-)
> 
> 
> We (even us non-committers!) are glad to see fresh blood in here to help 
> with the development of a product used by so many, for such important work!
> 
> <snip>
> 
>>> I have already (since receiving your email, I type slowly) altered the
>>> structure to make it like this:
>>>  container
>>>     +-branding
>>>       +-search
>>>       +-tabs
>>>     +-nav
>>>     +-content
>>>     +-siteinfo
>>
>>
>> Yeah, very nice, much better. :)
>>
>> Ok see above questions: do you see a possiblity how we can get to
>>
>>   container
>>     +-branding
>>     +-search
>>     +-nav
>>       +-tabs
>>     +-content
>>     +-siteinfo
>>
>> and still keep your awesome design? I think that is quite a challenge 
>> but do you think it is possible?
> 
> 
> I too am interested in this approach. For one thing, I believe it makes 
> it possible to place search outside of branding (e.g., under nav?)
> 
> +------------------------+---------+
> | branding banner stuff  | search  |
> +---------+--------------+---------+
> |   nav   |                        |
> |---------|                        |
> ...
> 
> or even as slashdot.org does its thing:
> 
> +----------------------------------+
> |      branding banner stuff       |
> +---------+------------------------+
> |   nav   |                        |
> |---------|                        |
> |  search |                        |
> |---------|                        |
> ...
> 
> This seems more possible if search is not a child of branding.
> 

Yeah, that is actually problem. Normally you have to create two 
different html outputs for design reason.

Now we are looking for a way not to do that anymore.

> BTW, my offer of testing theses skin developments on Mac OS X stands. Of 
> course, to minimize my time spent figuring out version and build issues, 
> I'm hoping someone will place these test 'sites' on a web server I can 
> access. That way, it'll take a minimal mount of time to test, and others 
> can test and be assured that everyone is testing the *exact* same 'sites'.
> 

I will place it on my apache webspace as soon it is added to jira.

Thanks for testing.

-- 
thorsten

"Together we stand, divided we fall"
Hey you (Pink Floyd)


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