On Friday 13 June 2003 10:32, Rob Malda wrote:
> This is a great start. I'd love to see a template that looks like the
> default template- the CSS & Strict conversions are in many cases
> smaller because they don't have as pretty of a layout.
This one is pretty close to stock:
<URL: http://slashcss.lottadot.com/ >
Basically I div'd it up into 3 areas I think, for the index page. That was a
piece of cake.
Where it wasn't so easy is that some pages don't require 3 columns, only 2.
Some are near 3 - like the user pages. But article pages can be 3, or 2, too,
with the slashboxes.
But if you look at that site, and the bandwidth stats that were done with it,
it was about half of slashdot's. Slashstrict's was about half of that, and
it's farther along in the 'conversion to css' process then mine is.
You can grab mine from cvs. Take a look at it at
<URL: http://dev.lottadot.com/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/ >
you should be able to grab it anonymously, grab the rel-1-0-devel branch:
cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@... login
cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@... co -r rel-1-0-devel
You can grab slashstrict from
cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@... vs login
cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@... vs co strict
(info taken from
<URL: http://slashcode.com/article.pl?sid=03/01/15/033226&tid=24 >