[development] Help with a CivicSpace Theme Layout... (Read it,
you know you want to! :)
prometheus6 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 12:07:52 UTC 2005
You've got an H1 tag that's broken. Here's where it is:
<!-- Node content -->
> <div class="content">
> <div id="local-tasks">
> <blockquote><p>Our current mission is to try and stabilize this theme on
> Drupal 4.6.x before we move forward with future revisions. So, please keep
> in mind the CS Theme is meant to work on Drupal 4.6.3 at this point in
> <h1>CivicSpace Theme Plan<br />
Also, add verticle-align: top to your #div-column-left definition.
On 11/11/05, Trae McCombs <occy at occy.net> wrote:
> Ok, so let me post a wee bit of information. Please check this URL out
> This will, or should, bring you up to date on some of the terms I'm
> going to be using below. The CivicSpace Theme (CST) is using some new
> concepts in themeing.
> Anyway, my question currently is this.
> The Federation Layout looks fine on Firefox, but for some reason it
> isn't working in IE. Meaning, it doesn't match it's thumbnail. If you
> simply compare both browsers, and notice how FF looks and IE doesn't
> then you should see what's wrong. I can't figure out what is causing
> it. Someone suggested #content, however that only changes the internal
> Here is the site where I am currently working on things, and the
> Federation Layout is selected at present:
> Also, this may be of some use. It is the Plan of action, or guide we
> are trying to use for the CST:
> Please, feel free to join me on #cstheme on irc.freenode.net<http://irc.freenode.net>and discuss
> any of these issues. I do look forward to your help.
> PS. Kieran (Amazon) says I can blame him for this [and any and all
> further silly questions I have -- oh wait, maybe he didn't say all of
> that exactly. :)]
> Trae "occy" McCombs || http://occy.net/
> Founder - Themes.org <http://Themes.org> // Linux.com <http://Linux.com>
> CivicSpaceLabs - http://civicspacelabs.org/
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