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Subject: Re: [wsrp][markup]


Carsten and all,

Here are my comments and questions to your responses.  The original document
that Carsten marked up is attached.

2. Fonts

I agree with your suggestion that we create a separate section for messages.
For error, status, warning, alert, and info.  I'll make the modifications to
the document.

I also think it makes sense to add two more font classes.
wsia-font-positive and wsia-font-negative.  This is especially useful in
financial related portlets.  Stock prices representing up tick and down
ticks is one example.

4. Sections

I would argue that wsia-section-background and wsia-section-text are not
needed.  wsia-section should be used to set the background styles and font
information.  I think this should be a general rule applied to all wsia
defined classes.  The base class (higher level class) should control
background and font style types of settings.  No?

5. Forms

Won't a single wsia-form-label suffice?  Do we need to provide four
different control label classes?  Do you have some use cases where these
would be appropriate?

6. Menus

- Can you describe wsia-menu-description and wsia-menu-caption in some more
detail?

- Can't background styles be set in the higher level class for menus?  For
example wsia-menu-item can set style attributes for background thus
defeating the need for a wsia-menu-item-background class?

7. Portal

I'm in favor of removing the portlet classes.  The section classes should be
able to replace portlet classes.

The idea of having a separate background dependent on mode is an interesting
concept.  Do we provide a wsia-section-mode-background class for each
possible mode?  What about proprietary modes that are undefined by
WSIA-WSRP?  Maybe defining edit and config background classes would suffice
for the first WSRP release.  Thoughts?

8.  It would be useful to supply a simple palette of sixteen (or less)
colors.  Example:

wsia-color1...wsia-color16
wsia-background-color1...wsia-background-color16
wsia-border-color1...wsia-background-color16

These colors will cover the cases that other classes can't handle.  One use
case is data represented in a tabular format using different color rows
dependent on the information being shown such as sales figures represented
by region, each region's figures in a different color.  This goes beyond a
simple alternating color scheme.

9. Other

Most of these questions in section 9 are still unanswered.  Anybody have any
input on these classes?  If not I'll remove them for this release.


Thanks,

Chris
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carsten Leue" <CLEUE@de.ibm.com>
To: "WSRP" <wsrp@lists.oasis-open.org>; "Chris Braun"
<cbraun@silverstream.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 8:29 AM
Subject: [wsrp][markup]



Here are some more comments to proposed CSS styles.
Maybe we can discuss them in the next markup call.

(See attached file: CSS-Rev6.zip)


Best regards
Carsten Leue

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Dr. Carsten Leue
Dept.8288, IBM Laboratory B÷blingen , Germany
Tel.: +49-7031-16-4603, Fax: +49-7031-16-4401


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