cvs commit: doc/share/misc docbook.css
r.c.ladan at gmail.com
Mon Nov 10 10:02:26 PST 2008
2008/11/10 Giorgos Keramidas <keramida at freebsd.org>:
> On Mon, 10 Nov 2008 10:02:06 +0000, Gavin Atkinson <gavin at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>>On Sun, 2008-11-09 at 22:37 +0200, Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
>>>On Sun, 9 Nov 2008 20:25:07 +0100, Marc Fonvieille <blackend at freebsd.org> wrote:
>>>> The new x-config.html is fine for me.
>>>> For the new install-pre.html, the way <important></important> is
>>>> rendered looks oldish, maybe using the same scheme as for
>>>> <warning></warning> might do the trick.
>>> The bold red text is kind of `old school' for me too. I'll wait to see
>>> if there are flames^W^H err, objections about the rest and update the
>>> <important> style too :)
>> FWIW, I like the look of the new style sheet nore than the old one, but
>> do agree with Marc about the new font used on <important> - I assume
>> this is due to the removal of "font-family: arial;" from
> It's the line-height that makes things look funny. How about something
> that makes Important notes stand out a bit like this version?
> The changes to the `blockquote.IMPORTANT' class are:
> * Remove `color: red', `font-family: arial', `font-weight: bold' and
> the custom `line-height'.
> * Add a bit of padding to avoid bumping into any <blockquote> borders.
> * Add a red border with a thick left side that highlights the block.
> This way the font family is the same as the rest of the text and it
> doesn't look weird if your default sans-serif font is, say, DejaVu
> instead of Arial :)
> [ I'm undecided between making .IMPORTANT stand out with a red
> background and this. A red background seems like something that can
> hurt my eyes if I stare at it for a long time. This is _different_ that
> the rest of the .NOTE, .EXAMPLE and so on. ]
The result looks reasonable to me. I would not use an entirely red background
for the warnings: they scream too much that way.
I wonder if there are any standards on text formatting...
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