Xhtml / New Look to do list...

David Waern david.waern at gmail.com
Thu Jul 29 04:31:09 EDT 2010

2010/7/29 David Waern <david.waern at gmail.com>:
> 2010/7/29 Mark Lentczner <markl at glyphic.com>:
>> I just pushed code to the main repo with the following fixes and changes:
>> • change how collapsing sections are done
>> - make whole .caption be the target
>> - improve javascript for class toggling
>> - have plus/minus images come from .css, not img tags
>> - make module list use new collapsers
>> • reorganize files in the html data dir:
>> - themes are in directories ending in .theme
>> - the standard theme is in a directory ending in .std-theme
>> - removed Tibbe theme (at Johan's request)
>> • cleaned up Themes.hs
>> • remove custom version of copyFile in Xhtml.hs
>> • style changes:
>> - give a class to empty dd elements so they can be hidden (ex.: fields w/no
>> documentation)
>>   - apply margin changes to pre blocks and between headings as per group
>> decision
>> - make info block and package bar links be floatable by placing them first
>> in the markup
>> - styling source links on declarations
>> - don't generate an empty li for absent style menu in links area
>> - minor tweaks here and there
>> As always, rendered examples at:
>> http://www.ozonehouse.com/mark/snap-xhtml/
>> http://www.ozonehouse.com/mark/snap-xhtml/frames.html
> Looks really good!
>> This leave the to do list as:
>> Graphic Issues to Design/Decide
>> • Slide out Synopsis - refine or remove
>> • Snappy could use some lovin'
>> Code Issues
>> • Test that the new anchors work in Opera and IE (clicking on a reference to
>> a symbol should scroll to the def)
> I tested with IE 7 and the anchors seem to work. However, the contents
> page doesn't render correctly: the plus/minus buttons are overwritten
> by the module names.

Another problem that I found (with both Chrome and IE 7): the source
links can fall to the line below the declaration (this happens for
every declaration with IE but only for long enough type signatures
with Chrome).


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