[dojo-contributors] squid theme

Tom Trenka ttrenka at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 19:06:47 EDT 2007

Just so everyone knows, Alex and I just discussed this privately, and (once
Trac is fixed) we'll be changing the table defs in dojo.css to use the class
However, I still feel pretty strongly that Dijit shouldn't use that file,
and provide it's own baseline for styling--particularly if that styling is
included as part of a theme file, so that a user only needs to include the
following on thier app page:

@import path/to/dijit/theme/theme.css


On 8/17/07, Alex Russell <alex at dojotoolkit.org> wrote:
> On Friday 17 August 2007 9:13 am, Tom Trenka wrote:
> > It's been probably the most controversial part of dojo.css, that's
> > for sure. But the goal of dojo.css isn't to provide a baseline for
> > themers;
> But it is that, so we have to cope = )
> > it's to provide a quick stylesheet that anyone can use, and
> > not have the site look like ass (for lack of a better term).
> Frankly, if the table themeing were more opt-in (scoped by some class or
> something other than the body defintion), I think it'd be more sane.
> Right now, I find myself spending a LOT of time working around this
> rule.
> Do it once, it's annoying.
> Do it twice, take notice.
> The third time, automate.
> In this case, that boils down to removing this rule or changing it's
> application structure.
> Regards
> --
> Alex Russell
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