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Re: Improving CSS and classes in output html

From: Karl Berry
Subject: Re: Improving CSS and classes in output html
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2009 19:19:35 -0500

    For navigation bars in the makeinfo style, there is:
    div node
    The counterpart in texi2html style is in table, but has no class.
    I don't like this naming, I find it confusing, I think that 'header'
    would be much better.


    When the @node node name is used to construct header (rare but possible)
    texi2html uses:
    h3 node
    I don't like this either, and propose using 'node-heading'.


    for list without bullet, in texi2html. This is very badly chosen.
    Maybe no-bullet?

There's always some marker for @itemize lists, even if it's not a
bullet glyph.  Or do you mean something else?

    ul toc                              list-style: none

Sorry, what does this mean?  You mean for the ul (unnumbered lists) and
toc classes, list-style:none is used?

    @top and @centerchap are 'unnumbered' (also in xml). I think that it is
    wrong, it should simply be 'top' and 'centerchap'.


    In texi2html centerchap also has align="center" which looks good to me.


    Please tell if you are not happy with these and tell if you'd like
    to have more classes, also please tell if you are aware of more
    makeinfo classes that look good.

I don't really know, but nothing springs to mind.  Your list looks fine
with me to go with.  If changes are needed, no doubt we'll learn about
them in due course.


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