• Add more CSS to choose among

    By Christian Brandlehner 2 decades ago

    Add more CSS to choose among. I know this is asking for alot, and me being lazy, but you will find ppl find it even more handy and easier to start off with if you give them more.

    This is the original request from Rune Carlsen:


    • Agree with this but ...

      By Mark Haller 2 decades ago

      I agree with this and I'm sure lots of people could submit some really sexy CSS

      Coming in "cold" to the application, not knowing the setup or BlogSphere, I've found it really confusing to work out the base and optional structure of the CSS that is to be filled in the setup, Christian.

      Maybe a lot more help or descriptions to a lot more of the lines in the CSS would help?

      At the moment, I'm trying to create CSS to mimic a really nice, live photo album I have but I'm having to guess a lot of the entries, their interaction (like nesting and so on) and work between the CSS files, the blocks and the HTML that is produced

      If you want more info, just ask …


      • help with CSS

        By Christian Brandlehner 2 decades ago

        Mark, I found that using "EditCSS", which is an Firefox extension, does a good job for everybody who wants to modify the CSS as it allows you to see results LIVE. So if you are not sure where an CSS element is used, just change the border to 10px solid red and it will be easy to find.

        https://update.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?id=179&vid=696 or just download it here: http://downloads.mozdev.org/editcss/editcss0.2.3.xpi

        I totaly agree that the CSS documentation would be nice to have but so far nobody volunteered to write a documentation and I do not have the time to do it. :-(