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By glazou on Tuesday 23 August 2005, 12:26 - Nvu
Les icones indiquent tout de suite les fonctionnalités de l'onglet ...
Suggestion: mettre les icones en haut, comme la nouvelle boite d'option de Firefox 1.0+ et TB 1.0+
Daniel, do you plan to allow support (or restrictions) for different CSS levels, such as 1, 2.1, and 3? This way, a novice could opt for creating CSS only up to 2.1 and getting only the selector features for 2.1.
Do you also plan to show a human-understandable explanation for existing selectors in a style sheet? That is, the explanation is not only shown within the wizard but is also shown afterwards whenever the user selects a rule.
Whatever, I'm looking forward to Cascade+/Cascade II with great interest!
Me hungry for it ...:)
I don't understand some of the icons. Text and the colour palette I get. I think the box with the line is a form text field...are there any standard compliant form element styles? Will they be IE 6/7 friendly?
Which one handles borders/margins/padding?
The i and gear I just don't get. Information? What styles contain information? content:?
Cascades was definatly in need of an overhaul thanks for updating it!
Neil M -- My guess:
The "I" would probably display detailed declarations for the active selector.
The "KDE gear" might be for the "box" declarations i.e. positioning, padding, margin etc.
And for your standards compliant form element styles question: Well to apply a style rule to a form element(or other DOM elements) all we need is a selector!
It would be great to be able to select some rule and have all elements that the rule apply to selected.
/me bows in front of such brilliance, I am not worthy.
I seriously did not think it was possible to create css wyswyg editors.
* maybe you could add a "Source" tab to modify a rule (or a whole stylesheet) directly in text mode;
* for external stylesheets, it woud be easier to display the relative path rather than the absolute one.
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