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From allan <lambre...@inet.uni2.dk>
Subject Re: yet another site's version
Date Sun, 03 Feb 2002 08:14:36 GMT
Stas Bekman wrote:
> from my tuning of the css for the guide, I think people were happy with:
> 
> helvetica, arial, sans-serif;
> 
> so I guess:
> 
> helvetica, arial, verdana, sans-serif;
> 
> will do too.

+1

 
> > or even better IMO:
> >
> > font-family:verdana, helvetica, arial, sans-serif;
> >
> >
> > i actually always thought that helvetica was more a
> > macintosh-system font and that it wasn't default installed
> > on win-platforms? don't know about other platforms.
> 
> I don't know. We can try with what you suggest and then fix later if
> people complain or doesn't find find it satisfactory when doing a review
> on various platforms before we go live.

-1, if it aint broke dont fix it :-)
 
> >>>btw, why do we have a <div>-tag inside a table-cell?
> >>>
> >>why, is this wrong? the sgml checker doesn't say anything about it.
> >>Neither your checker.
> >>
> >
> > theres nothing wrong with the syntax, the question should
> > have been "what is the point of having the <div>-tag there,
> > isn't it just a waste of html?"
> >
> > why not just use something like:
> > <td class="table-cell" align="center">
> > and then apply whatever fonts etc needed for that kind of
> > table cells.
> 
> For a simple reason of wrap_box template being a wrapper for many things
> which use different classes. So as a quick solution, I've just thrown
> the <div> in, since it's passes with the content. But I suppose that the
> proper, clean solution, is to pass the class name as an argument to the
> template and let it use this argument as a class for <td>.

sounds pretty cool!


./allan

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