[EventCalendar] Debugging rc4 - appearance issue

Rick Boatright rboatright at gmail.com
Thu Oct 9 18:39:11 UTC 2008


that's a perfectly fair point.
My 53 year old brain INSISTS on thinking in terms of <CR><LF> and not css
floats.

Oh well.

Good point about the documentation and there's SOMEONE who was offering to
step up for that.  :-)

Rick


On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 1:30 PM, Alex Tingle <alex at firetree.net> wrote:

> Rick Boatright wrote:
> > I'm going to talk to you about this rather than just _doing_ it... since
> > we're going back and forth so much today...
> >
> > one patch I pretty much ALWAYS do to insert a break between the
> get_schedule
> > call and the post_content because it just looks weird having the sched to
> > the left of the content.
> > (see any event at http://www.oaregion4.org)
>
> I don't like your suggestion. What's wrong with just adding:
>
>  table.ec3_schedule { clear:both }
>
> ...to the CSS?
>
> If you insert a break, then you take away the option of having it any other
> way. The way it is, you give people the choice.
>
> That said, it's frustrating how few people seem to realise that they CAN
> change the CSS. It would really help if we documented all of the EC classes
> and IDs (with examples), to give users inspiration.
>
> -Alex
>
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