Subject: CSS classes additions by Alan Kropp, what happened?
What did happen with this one? Did ever make it as a change request or it has been dropped? Alejandro Kropp, Alan wrote: >Rich and Chris, > >Here are some rather detailed questions regarding the CSS classes that a UI >engineer here forwarded to me. I don't know whether we have answers to >some/all of these at this time, and perhaps that needs to wait for the >wsrp-markup group to reconvene? Let me know how we should proceed, thanks. > >Alan > > > >-- > >Here are some questions/comments about the CSS classes for the WSRP group: > >1- The 'portlet-section-header' class implies 2 mutually exclusive uses; as >the formatting for the header row of a table and as a section header. In the >case of the table header row it will be very common that the portal will >specify a background-color, but then the color would show up for the section >headers where it is not commonly desired. Is this an indented behavior? > >2- The 'portlet-section-footer' class has the same problem as #1. > >3- How do the classes 'portlet-form-input-field' and 'portlet-form-field' >differ? > >4- What is a "context dependent action icon" as mentioned in the description >of the 'portlet-icon-label' class? > >5- There is no provision in the classes for a sorted column header. > >6- It is fairly common to have multiple 'special' rows within a table of >data. It would be useful to have some 'special' row color classes. > >7- There are no provisions for the formatting of navigation trails within >the portlet's views. > >8- The specified classes will require the portlet HTML to have many class >declarations. It would be better to use descendant classes to simplify the >HTML and reduce the file size. > >9- It is very surprising that the <a> tag is not customizable via the WSRP >classes. In web applications it is very common to customize anchors so that >they do not have a 'visited' color. It is also common to use css classes to >control the hover behavior of the links to give a more interactive >experience. > >10- It would be very useful to have a reference stylesheet and sample >portlet HTML that could be used as an example for development and testing. > >-- > > >---------------------------------------------------------------- >To subscribe or unsubscribe from this elist use the subscription >manager: <http://lists.oasis-open.org/ob/adm.pl> > >