[geeklog-devel] Non table layout (was Geeklog 1.9.0 or Geeklog 2.0.0?)

今駒哲子 Geeklog IvyWe komma at ivywe.co.jp
Wed Apr 18 15:00:13 EDT 2012

Hi, Rouslan

Thank you so much for your work.
Design is cool but I wonder about using style.css,php.

I installed Geeklog-ede42628dc11.
New Geeklog site display faster than Geeklog1.8.1 site indeed.
But Newpro theme and Professional_css and professional were the same
display speed.
Why style.css.php is used in Newpro theme?

- Created this page in 0.08 seconds by using newpro
...using style.css,php
- Created this page in 0.08 seconds by using professional_css ...not
using style.css,php
- Created this page in 0.08 seconds by using professional
...using only style.css

- Created this page in 0.11 seconds by using professional_css

Theme system is very important.
Theme designer's opinion is so important.
 I saw Firebug and I understood your opinion, but many other designer
will be puzzled about theme system, probably.

Geeklog Japanese

2012/4/18 Rouslan Placella <rouslan at placella.com>:
> On 16/04/12 21:56, Yoshinori Tahara wrote:
>>> I'm not sure what you are trying to say here, but I find dealing with
>>> one really big stylesheet quite painful :)
>> Smaller than lib-common.php :)
>> Because I optimized, the total size is smaller than professional_css.
>> However, the size increased for Responsive Web Design :(
>>> But then you need to maintain two copies of almost the same stylesheet.
>>> At some point in time they may, and probably will, diverge. So it's
>>> extra work for developers and maintainers.
>> Yes, almost the same stylesheet. Therefore, I maintain a main style.css.
>> Then, I merge to style_rtl.css by using tool (WinMerge).
>> It would be also possible to make a difference coding style_rtl.css,
>> and override the style.css.
>> In any case, the size will not be a problem.
>> For maintenance, there is a problem in your style.css.php a little.
>> Because it is processed on the server side, the location of the real
>> stylesheet files can not be determined.
>> Not find by using Firebug :)
> It is possible to see which file a particular line is from. In the CSS
> tab from Firebug, simply select "Source edit" and you will see that
> there are comments that tell you which section comes from which file.
> Bye,
> Rouslan

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