[geeklog-devel] New Theme Progress
Chris 'Chipper' Chiapusio
chipper at llamas.net
Sat Nov 17 14:08:26 EST 2007
On Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 12:07:03AM -0700, =MF=Geiss wrote:
> Hi all,
> Mark and I have been hard at work lately, and at least I'm at a point where
> I feel its time for more feedback from the dev community. The theme has
> been re-tooled somewhat. I feel its now lighter, brighter, and cleaner. To
> recap, this theme which is up for potential inclusion as the default theme
> in the 1.5 release, ( I believe we will still include the Professional
> theme as well, but it won't be default, if everyone agrees ) features the
> -Tableless layout structure. Everything is DIV and CSS based.
> -SEO (Search Engine Optimization where the center "story" column comes
> first in the code, followed by the leftblocks and rightblocks).
> -Modular CSS files. CSS is separated by global layout, menu styling, color
> (soon to be anyways Wink), and general style.css. (stay tuned for more info
> from gllabs.org on why this is sooooo cool!)
> -100% backwards compatible with GL 1.4.1 ( see for yourself at
> http://geiss.getmyip.com/gl141/ )
> -and some /super secret mojo/ from the minds at gllabs.org!
> Dirk, I worked on the things you mentioned below in your earlier reply.
> I've added comments interspersed below. Everyone, please let us know what
> you think! :-)
Guys, this looks amazing! If anyone here needs hosting for development, just
say the word. I have facilities to provide everything you need.
Thanks for many years of hard work on GeekLog,
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