[geeklog-devel] Simon or a replace of?
geeklog at langfamily.ca
Tue Dec 21 15:00:29 EST 2004
I've been using some of the CSS standards that Simon and I came up with and
have been refining them as part of my plugin development over the past year.
More specifically, I have published the recommendations to the
geeklog-modules list a few weeks back.
My present work on a new Forum Plugin version will in fact be able to use
one set of templates and just use the CSS for themeing. This will work
unless someone needs to modify a template file for one theme only. But most
sites actually only use one theme.
Simon has a much larger list of CSS declaration standards that were being
developed as part of a new GL Theme project we were working on. This can be
the base of the discussions and planning for GL2. Simon wanted to out
toghether a design guide I believe.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Bibbs" <tony at tonybibbs.com>
To: <geeklog-devel at lists.geeklog.net>
Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2004 9:37 AM
Subject: Re: [geeklog-devel] Simon or a replace of?
Simon Lord wrote:
> No problem. Technically Blaine and I have done this already, what's
> missing is pretty much what you're looking for and that's a rough
> draft for the design document. Basically we need to define a suite of
> classes which will be attached to specific things such as story title,
> story text, title background etc.
If you could send those past notes and/or supporting code that would be
great. One noteworthy design decision is that MVCnPHP-based plugins
will allow plugins to keep their templates within their own directory
structure. Use of MVCnPHP is optional, but strongly encouraged. We'll
still need to figure out how to get around non-MVC/procedural plugins.
> After that we just need to figure out how much of the site we want
> done using div's as opposed to tables...
Hopefully as much as possible.
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