Note: when I view the example site using FF v184.108.40.206 on 64-bit
Ubuntu 7.10, it does not come up with Nebraska as the default
stylesheet. Each page I view, I have to click on View->Page
Just mentioning it for those of you wanting a quick view of what Jason has done.
(By default it looks like it comes up in Modern/GRAMPS style.)
On Feb 17, 2008 2:03 PM, Jason Simanek <jsimanek@...> wrote:
> I have finally prepared a working example of my updated NarrativeWeb.py
> script output as well as my Nebraska CSS stylesheet, an updated
> rendition of the Modern CSS stylesheet and a default Print CSS
> I was going to build a test database, but that would take too long.
> Maybe in the future. For now, this is my complete database, so please be
> kind to my personal information.
> I took advantage of the 'alternate stylesheet' option in XHTML so that
> you can review these three stylesheets without going to different sites.
> I exported it with the Modern stylesheet as default, but you can pick
> and choose between the others. All of the existing stylesheets are there
> too, but I have only worked with the three specified above. Here's how
> to switch stylesheets:
> Main Menu/View/Page Style
> Main Menu/View/Use Stylesheet
> Main Menu/View/Style (and go all the way to the bottom)
> Toolbar/Author mode (and go all the way to the bottom)
> Safari and Internet Explorer
> (From what I know, you can't do this with these browsers. Maybe in
> If you aren't familiar with media-specific stylesheets:
> Basically, the Print stylesheet would only be used if you try to print a
> page from the site. However, for this example, I have also set the Print
> stylesheet as an alternate so that you can view it on-screen.
> If you have it, Konqueror is pretty slick since it keeps the stylesheet
> you choose active until you change it again. The other browsers keep
> flipping back to the default style sheet every time you go to a new
> I hope you find my version of the Modern Style a refreshing update.
> Also, the print stylesheet is focused on a classy and efficient printed
> presentation. The Nebraska style feels a little inflated, but it is easy
> on the eyes and I think will be good for older viewers as well.
> Let me know what you think,
> Jason Simanek
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