[TYPO3-50-general] Typo Wiki CSS overhaul
robert at typo3.org
Tue Mar 27 19:51:41 CEST 2007
Am 27.03.2007 um 15:40 schrieb Denyer Ec:
> Hey guys, as you may or may not have spotted on the Wiki someone
> deemed it a good idea to let me loose on the Trac Wiki CSS code :)
> Updates for the 27th March based on Sebkur's recommendations are now
> attached to the wiki page and pending "release".
thanks a lot for your efforts! It's great to have a more TYPO3-like
development website now.
> The right-hand floating menu is currently misbehaving as I can't quite
> figure out what on earth Trac decides to put into it. It's a bit of a
> markup-maze of inline styles and nested lists with links inside h4's
> and all manner of junk, so please bear with that section whilst I try
> and figure out what's going on in Trac's mind. As the wiki populates
> with information it will become more obvious.
I have to admit that I absolutely don't know what is possible design-
wise in Trac. So I'll just dump my suggestions here and if they are
all not possible to implement, just let us know ...
* No matter how the pros and cons are, I think we should stick to the
fixed width with the grey background like at typo3.org
* Can we have "5.0.Development" instead of "developer.Wiki"?
* Would be great if we could have the same footer as on typo3.org
(with the copyright notice and the grey logo). Maybe put the
"trac powered" log in greyscale left to the TYPO3 logo?
* Sub headings should not be grey and not be that big. I think
the rule was having just the same size as the regular text but
put the sub headings in bold.
* In general, there should be no indenting for the paragraphs (there's
a little offset compared to the heading).
* Generally: Is it at all possible to move the custom menu (which
is currently floating at the right side) to left? I would really
appreciate having the same left-menu like on the other TYPO3 sites
as this gives more consistency.
* The orange bar below the logo jumps a little in the y-position if
you switch forth and back to the .org site. Okay, that's really
picky now ...
Again, thanks a lot for your work! I appreciate that personally because
I'm working with that site every day and it's so much nicer to have a
familar design ...
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