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From Stas Bekman <>
Subject Re: [modperl site design challenge] and the winner is...
Date Thu, 27 Dec 2001 14:33:42 GMT
allan wrote:

> Stas Bekman wrote:
>>allan wrote:
>>>>* The real documents should have their css spiced up, all black/white
>>>>text is hard to read. Can we put back the coloured H1-H6
>>>do you mean colored text for h1-h6 instead of white?
>>Like the guide does:
>>Of course the color choice may be different, but I think I like having
>>the color. It makes the page merrier ;) What do you think?
> i think if we decide to keep - what i call the ASF-colored
> bar as background for the title-bar and perhaps TOC we shoud
> stay with the white colored letters.
> in my idea of the design the h1-h6 "headlines" that have no
> colored background-bar are even already using the light
> gray/blue (#828DA6) from that same scheme. perhaps not very
> colorful but very ASF - and very cool :-)

Can we see an example of what you are talking about?

>>>we have to be careful with netscape here. i think tags
>>>should look like
>>><pre>some code stuff</pre>
>>>and not (for instance)
>>>some code stuff
>>why? I'm talking about code sections which are exactly the second
>>option. In any case what's the problem?
> oops i was too fast there, it wasn't so bad after a closer
> look. 
> it seems we just have to keep the <pre> tags completely left
> of the html file
> and then only allow leading whitespace after the opening tag
> take a look at (in various browsers)

Looks good. It's not about <pre> tags alignment, but the alignment of 
the text inside <pre></pre>. So let the doc writers worry that they do a 
proper spacing. That's not a design problem :)

Stas Bekman             JAm_pH      --   Just Another mod_perl Hacker      mod_perl Guide

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