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Re^2: Author-based Stylin'

by thor (Priest)
on Mar 18, 2006 at 23:17 UTC ( #537702=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


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we could just wrap all those things in one extra layer of div or span tags
IMO, the markup here at the monestary is already pretty heavy. I'm also not a CSS expert, but is there any way to write a rule such that it applies to elements with a set of specified classes? For instance, if I had
<div class="node-from 57755">Look ma, a div from thor!<div>
that there'd be a way to specify "apply these rules only to elements that have both class node-from and class 57755"? If so, that's what I'd suggest. That way, if you want to ignore me, you can just put:
.57755 { display: none; }
in your CSS and be done with it.

thor

The only easy day was yesterday


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Re^3: Author-based Stylin'
by eric256 (Parson) on Mar 19, 2006 at 02:08 UTC

    I beleive that the reason that wasn't heavily used the last time we revamped the CSS was that not all browsers supported it (and i believe the offender was IE but i could be very very wrong. ;) )


    ___________
    Eric Hodges
      Still, there's the fact that not all types of lines can appear everywhere. For example, you won't see chat lines in a node. Ditto with the RAT lines. At least these three cases are mutually exclusive.

      So, there probably already is, or should be, a container that can identify what kind of line you're seeing. Combining the container class with the author id as a class, should be enough to unambiguously identify the kind of span you're seeing, and it should even work in MSIE.

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