[development] Themes - Trying to do too much in one theme?
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Wed Oct 4 18:38:19 UTC 2006
Increasing text size works on FireFox and netscape but not on IE. This is a
common failing of themes and not acceptible.
From: development-bounces at drupal.org [mailto:development-bounces at drupal.org]
On Behalf Of Jakub Suchy
Sent: Wednesday, October 04, 2006 2:17 PM
To: development at drupal.org
Subject: Re: [development] Themes - Trying to do too much in one theme?
adrian rossouw wrote:
> On 04 Oct 2006, at 5:31 PM, Michelle Cox wrote:
> >1) The out-of-the-boxer. This user just wants to set up a site and
> >use the theme that's there. Maybe change the colours, but that's it.
> >For this user, a very pretty eye-candy theme is great.
> >Everything should be styled and it should just work with all browsers.
> way ahead of you. I am in the process of developing a contrib module
> built exactly for this.
> The Istyledthis theme was built from the ground up to use this module :
This is awesome. Really :-)
But istyledthis.nl still lacks too many boxes and information (compared to
- drupal logo
- better <h1>
- contrast. istyledthis.nl is exactly the type of site i am forced to
increase font size immediatelly after trying to read first word. just
because gray on white blue IS NOT readable.
- lacks links in node posts
- node posts are not divided between themselves enough
- missing tabs (user/login)
- missing styling for warnings and errors
Istyledthis.nl is just very nice header with some content added, i don't
think it's enough for default core theme...
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