now that I've got my own branch I've finally made a start on a pure
CSS version of main_template.pr for CMFDefault. The idea is not to do
a redesign but to implement the existing one using CSS now that pretty
much all of the browsers in use have at least adequate support.
Customers will hopefully still want to have a different design but it
should be easier to do.
I'm using an "em" based elastic approach where the layout will "grow"
with the chosen text size. I know that most browsers have now caught
up with Opera and offer proper zooming but there are still lots of IE6
installs out there. I'm working on a baseline of 1024 x 768. Does
anyone have objections to this?
A couple of notes: currently I've ripped out a couple of the
containing divs to make my life a bit easier. Particularly the content
area seems to have one or two more than necessary. All the changes to
existing styles have been done in a new stylesheet.
The layout uses a "trick" to put content actions box to the left of
the content area. This is best way for multi-browser compatibility as
IE has a couple of famous bugs with nested containers. The only
drawback I know about this is that the content area appears before the
content actions box in the HTML.
I've setup a blueprint
Feedback very welcome.
Zope-CMF maillist - Zope-CMF@lists.zope.org
See https://bugs.launchpad.net/zope-cmf/ for bug reports and feature requests