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From Thomas Klausner <d...@zsi.at>
Subject Re: next try
Date Mon, 28 Jan 2002 09:26:48 GMT
Hi!

On Mon, Jan 28, 2002 at 10:35:12AM +0800, Stas Bekman wrote:
> > Oh, one thing I just discovered is that products/index.html doesn't span the
> > page (in Mozilla, Opera is OK) . Haven't got time right now to fix it (with
> > width:100% and some fiddling with padding-rigth) ...
> Yup, back to the way it was with your original design. I guess a row of 
> &nbsp; is the simplest solution, as we have discussed this already.
+1

> - why the patch made the menu wider?
> 
> -        width: 160px;
> +        width: 170px;
> 
> and div.logo, div.menu and other div's
I was playing around with NS4, IE5.5 and Mozilla, and with this settings the
menu boxes look the same and are properly aligned. It seems that NS4 has got
some problems with padding-values.

We can make the menu smaller, with the small drawback that in NS4 (at least
on Win) the menu will look a little bit distorted.

I'll make some screenshots later...

> Also can we get rid of fixed size here? Or is it not possible?
It's definitly possible. The fixed size here was introduced by me to get at
least the menu font-sizes the same on IE/Win and the rest (remember the
problem with the big base font sizes of IE/Win)


> - should there be some hr or just more space between the last [top] 
> image, the navbar and the tail at the bottom of the pages?
definitly, but more space instead of a hr. 

What about making a differnt navbar_local for the bottom of the page,
excluding the download widget? It seems misplaced down there to me.

> Also there is no consistency, the index.html pages have the tail as a 
> separate box, whereas on all other pages it's glued to the body.
Strange. I see it in a different box with all browsers I have access to.


> - please try to avoid using real \t in style.css and other docs.
ah, yes, I'll have to teach emacs to use *.css files properly...

> Index: tmpl/custom/html/menu_top_level
> ===================================================================
> RCS file: /home/cvspublic/modperl-docs/tmpl/custom/html/menu_top_level,v
> retrieving revision 1.4
> diff -u -r1.4 menu_top_level
> --- tmpl/custom/html/menu_top_level	24 Jan 2002 19:11:20 -0000	1.4
> +++ tmpl/custom/html/menu_top_level	27 Jan 2002 17:32:51 -0000
> @@ -32,10 +32,12 @@
>      WHILE p;
>          count = count + 1;
>          link = INCLUDE link prefix=prefix link=p.meta.link;
> -       buttons.push({link => link, text => p.meta.stitle});
>          IF p.id == current.id;
> -           selected = count;
> +           style = 'activenav';
> +       ELSE;
> +           style = 'notactivenav';
>          END;
> +       buttons.push({link => link, text => p.meta.stitle, style=> style });
>          p = p.next; # next node
>      END;
>   -%]
> 
> so you think it's a good idea to actually fix that? I'd rather keep all 
> the menu hyperlinked at all times. Dunno what's the best thing.
Ups, that was by mistake. All menu items should be links, all of the time.
E.g. if I'm deep in Documentation and what to switch to a totaly different
Doc-Item, I'll use the menu, not the breadcrumb. 


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