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Re: CSS for HTML output



On Fri, 2005-07-29 at 06:02 -0500, Thomas Jones wrote:
> On Friday 29 July 2005 16:23, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> > Isn't the color system and/or browser *dependent*?  In other words, the
> > links are colored exactly the way any generic link is colored for the
> > end user, meaning they don't see anything they don't recognize.
> > However, I'm not against changing them, as long as we (a) agree on what
> > sticks out without sticking out TOO much, and (b) it is nicely
> > Fedora-like.
> 
> Oops...you are right. ;) The "generic" link is inherently capable of being 
> different on every node. Which brings to light the issue of fedora-like 
> representation to the end-user.
> 
> I like what yourself and Karsten have done with the new scheme. I personally 
> would think that some colors that promote a fedora-like visual appearance 
> would be great. The accepted standard of blue/purple are a safe bet. But then 
> again another selection from you/Karsten may provide more cohesion with the 
> new scheme.

I made another change to the heading color and link colors, this time to
be more adherent to the official web site.  I think you'll like the
results!  Please check the mockup at:

http://docs.frields.org/mirror-tutorial-en/sn-planning-and-setup.html

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