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CSS Changes/Additions

by BigLug (Chaplain)
on Aug 20, 2002 at 01:43 UTC ( #191363=monkdiscuss: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Please create a new CSS class called something like 'content_container'. This is the <td> that surrounds the content on any page.

This would be applied to the td that looks like <td width="80%" valign=top> directly after the <!-- Begin main --> This enables styles that have a different background color to the color of the content areas. Already it is possible to set a background style for the nodelets (nodelet_container).

A possible definition for the class would be:

table.content_container { background-color: #FFFFFF; border: 1px solid black; margin-bottom: 12px; }


There needs to be a class associated with the tr or td that contains the ++ and -- voting. It may well be just a case of setting the tr class to 'post_body'.


There is a random <br /> tag at the top of the nodelet <td>

<!-- Begin nodelets --> <br />
Thats all for now. I've downloaded 'Everything', but it doesn't appear to relate much to the version used on perlmongers. If anyone can point me to the exact download link for this site, I'll take a look at supplying 'fixes' for these issues. Please don't just point me to this node, I need the actual tgz.

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Re: CSS Changes/Additions
by PodMaster (Abbot) on Aug 20, 2002 at 05:17 UTC
    Cool. It's nice people take interest.

    Check out the gods, and ask one of them (preferably ones who are here often, ar0n, tye, jcwren...) to make you a member of pmdev.

    That way you can read the pmdev wiki and submit patches and such.

    The Everything engine it self doesn't have any css. All the great css is the work of most excellent pmdevers (Petruchio and Jouke and some others are mostly responsible for the css move )

    I don't know that perlmongers use Everything, but anyway, the perlmonks version of Everything is very much a hacked version (so i'm told), but from the perspective of a pmdever, you can't tell any difference (the interface is very much the same as version 8x of Everything).

    So, just go ahead to and download the 0.8 version Everything so you have some idea of what's what.

    I'm pretty sure that at the every page here on perlmonks, you can see

    This page brought to you by the crazy folks at The Everything Development Company and maintained by Tim Vroom.
    Perl Monks went on a couple dates, and then decided to shack up with Yet Another Society.
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(ar0n) Re: CSS Changes/Additions
by ar0n (Priest) on Aug 20, 2002 at 18:20 UTC

    theorbtwo wrote a patch, I modified and applied it. The class is called main_content.

    The class for the vote options is 'vote', and for experience it's 'experience', as you can see in the source.

    As for the sources, get the 0.8 tarball at the Everydevel website. We'd like to upgrade to 1.0 some day, but it requires time.

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