[dojo-contributors] squid theme

Tom Trenka ttrenka at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 15:47:23 EDT 2007


Probably be a good idea.  I know it's a little bit of redunancy but in the
end I think we buy more with the separation of concerns.
trt

On 8/17/07, Eugene Lazutkin <eugene at lazutkin.com> wrote:
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> What about image files? I have 4 small icons. Ideally they will be
> different in different themes, but for now I have just some default
> ones. Should I copy them in every theme?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Eugene
>
> Owen Williams wrote:
> >
> > I agree with Tom on this, except:
> >
> >> WRT DnD avatars, I'd suggest a separate CSS file in the resources
> >> directory of Core, with clear instructions that you can use that as a
> >> baseline for Dojo DnD, and then take the same approach: *let Dijit
> >> create another CSS file* that can do the same for use in Dijit.
> >
> > I think the DND CSS styles should be replicated in dijit.css, rather
> > than placed into a separate CSS file.  There will only be a tiny number
> > of rules, and we don't want folks to have to remember to include a
> > separate css file if they're draggin-and-droppin just for 5 rules.
> >
> > cheers
> > O
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> > We must be the change we wish to see in the world.   -- Mohandas K.
> Gandhi
> >
> >
> > On Aug 17, 2007, at 11:45 AM, Tom Trenka wrote:
> >
> >> I don't see this as a hijack as much as asking some important
> >> questions WRT to the discussion...I think the question is pretty
> >> important, and goes to a number of other things that people are asking.
> >>
> >> To reiterate, Eugene has it (essentially) right: the original point of
> >> dojo.css was to have something to use in our tests (since so many
> >> people seem to think they are really demos), and to provide people
> >> with a really quick-and-dirty stylesheet they can use for basic
> >> things.  In no way was it intended to be the baseline for any kind of
> >> Dijit theming system--even though that's the way it's been used.
> >>
> >> The more I think about it, the more it makes sense to take up Owen's
> >> suggestion of just letting Dijit provide it's own baseline CSS, and
> >> author that one in such a way as to serve as the foundation for most
> >> theming systems.
> >>
> >> WRT DnD avatars, I'd suggest a separate CSS file in the resources
> >> directory of Core, with clear instructions that you can use that as a
> >> baseline for Dojo DnD, and then take the same approach: let Dijit
> >> create another CSS file that can do the same for use in Dijit.
> >>
> >> trt
> >>
> >
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