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Re: [Pulp-list] Pulp Branded User Guide



On 01/15/2011 01:36 PM, Jay Dobies wrote:
> 
> I wrote up a script that will download the user guide off the wiki,
> rebrand it to look like the pulpproject.org look & feel, and save it
> as HTML (technically speaking, PHP). It uses php imports to pull in a
> standard header/footer file for the user guide so it's not even
> copying HTML all over the place.
> 
> The script is checked in at:  pulp/pulpproject.org/user-guide-tools
> 
> You can see what it looks like so far at:
> http://noopenblockers.com/pulp/ug/index.html
> 
> The CSS still needs a lot of work; I did enough to show that the
> imports are working right. I asked mizmo a few days ago to put
> together a layout we can use for it, so hopefully she'll have time for
> that and it will clean this up some. Then we just need to map it to
> the CSS class names that trac uses and add in little things to clean
> up table rendering and nicer section headers.
> 
> But the hard part is done. Now we can edit the user guide easily on
> the wiki and then run a simple script to "build" it for
> pulpproject.org. I envision that build part as being something that's
> done as part of the community release process. That way, the wiki is
> current to the development builds and the pulpproject user guide is
> current to the community release.
> 
> If someone would like to take a stab at the css, please do. I loathe
> working with CSS.
> 
Looks great Jay - see, you didn't need my help! I think the css looks
fine, but I just looked at this.  Not sure how much more work you want
to put into this, but the only way to go "back" is the back button - you
might consider a simple "history.go(-1)" or similar on the page.

-J
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