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Re: Re: New Display Types

by Juerd (Abbot)
on Jul 12, 2002 at 14:14 UTC ( #181273=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: New Display Types
in thread New Display Types

The "print" format is a nice format for viewing in the browser. ... (Oh, and "print" format when posting/previewing would be nice too.)

You *could* of course just adjust the default layout if you like it better when it's clean:

TABLE[width="100%"][cellpadding="0"], /* top bar */ TD[width="20%"], /* nodelets */ TD[valign="middle"][align="right"], /* navigation */ #footer /* footer */ { display: none; }

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Re: New Display Types
by Abigail-II (Bishop) on Jul 12, 2002 at 14:38 UTC
    Changing the layout doesn't remove things. ;-) I don't mind losing the advertisement, or the nodelets when viewing posts. But I like being notified about followups at some place, so removing the nodelets everywhere isn't an option for me (and I don't tend to visit the front page, the only page for which you can get a different set of nodelets).

    As for the CSS, neither the FAQ nor the user settings page provides a link with useful information (e.g. the structure of the page), and I don't feel like reverse engineering.

    Abigail

      Changing the layout doesn't remove things.

      What exactly do you think display: none; does? :)

      I don't mind losing the advertisement, or the nodelets when viewing posts. But I like being notified about followups at some place, so removing the nodelets everywhere isn't an option for me

      .oO( External server side script that outputs CSS based on the referer )
      But it would be nice if someone added lots of id and class attributes...

      As for the CSS, neither the FAQ nor the user settings page provides a link with useful information (e.g. the structure of the page),

      ...and documented it.

      and I don't feel like reverse engineering.

      It's just a quick look at the source code. Regexes are harder.

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