[pmwiki-users] vspace revisited
paulgiacherio at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 10:13:33 CDT 2011
Try applying or overriding this stylesheet to an unstyled page:
It's from blueprint [http://www.blueprintcss.org/], but there are other base
stylesheets like YUI [http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/base/]
Styles injected into the head can foul things up, but I think applying a css
reset stylesheet provides a consistent starting point.
On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 3:25 AM, Oliver Betz <list_ob at gmx.net> wrote:
> Paul Giacherio wrote:
> >Personally I don't find the 'can of worms' that daunting. I feel there are
> >fair number of css reset and default stylesheets out there that do a great
> >job of styling standard tags. If you start there, what's left is a finite
> >number of block-level element combinations that need adjusting.
> Can yo give an example?
> I started a test case http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Test/Vspace to
> demonstrate the current PmWiki behaviour and "interesting" situations.
> Most people simply put vertical margins on every text element. But I
> dislike this space between a table border and text.
> See the test case - the list items, the paragraph and the image should
> all be aligned IMO.
> Try other skins, e.g.
> http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Test/Vspace?skin=monobook - list items are
> Try a skin avoiding PmWiki's vspace handling (is there any on
> PmWiki.org?) and it gets more complicated.
> Nevertheless the tons of class='vspace' are not exactly beautiful.
> I talked to several very experienced web designers about using PmWiki
> as a CMS, and most of them strongly disliked the lots of CSS
> statements in the markup and the vspace handling.
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