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From YoheY - OpenOffice <openoff...@yohey.hu>
Subject Re: Website: tweaking the look of it
Date Thu, 22 Jan 2015 20:25:45 GMT
I guess, the styling information, which tells the browser not to use 
seagulls for that part should be processed last. This way, the style 
named 'first' should appear after all formatting information which is 
connected to 'campaign'.

Or the double label can be inverted, like 'campaign first'.

Or a simply underscore to combine the two words would be a good use, 
like this 'first_campaign'.
And to write the whole styling into it without seagulls.
/Meeting first time with the seagulls approx. a week or two ago, I found 
a broken reference to style this part too. -->> 
url("http://www.openoffice.org/images/campaign-bg.png");./

Or leaving the code directly styled as the h2 header stands right after it.
/Until a throughout css check and rebuild. :)/

Regards,
csaba



On 2015-01-22 21:11, Marcus wrote:
> Am 01/22/2015 08:16 PM, schrieb Aivaras Stepukonis:
>> After the changes you've just suggested the page looks like this
>> "http://ooo-site.staging.apache.org/lt/index.html".
>>
>> The top separator has re-emerged. Either I made a mistake or we need
>> more scrutiny here.
>
> with my local test it worked. But indeed not when committing.
>
> Needs to be analyzed in more details.
>
> Marcus
>
>
>
>> 2015.01.22 20:19, Marcus rašė:
>>> Am 01/22/2015 02:52 AM, schrieb Aivaras Stepukonis:
>>>> 2015.01.20 21:27, Marcus rašė:
>>>>
>>>>>> What I did (thanks to Csaba's help):
>>>>>> "http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/openoffice/ooo-site/trunk/content/lt/index.html?annotate=1648077&diff_format=h&sortby=date&pathrev=1653170#l120"

>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> And also here a solution in the "home.css" would be better.
>>>>
>>>> I can give it a try, but, please, instruct me how to do it.
>>>
>>> YoheY gave the right key word: Currently the CSS class "campaign" is
>>> used for all items. But when the first item has to be slightly
>>> different compared to the following between each article, then you
>>> have to use another one - a special one - that is handling the
>>> background image different.
>>>
>>> Example:
>>>
>>> 1. Change in "index.html":
>>>
>>> Old:
>>> <div class="campaign" style="background-image: none;">
>>> <h2 style="margin-top: -12px;">Udinė pereina prie „Apache OpenOffice“,
>>> sutaupydama 360 000 eurų</h2>
>>>
>>> New:
>>> <div class="first campaign">
>>> <h2 style="margin-top: -12px;">Udinė pereina prie „Apache OpenOffice“,
>>> sutaupydama 360 000 eurų</h2>
>>>
>>> 2. Change in "home.css" (add in line 79):
>>> #news div.first { background: none: }
>>>
>>> 3. Change in "style.css" (add in line 788):
>>> div.first { background: none; }
>>>
>>> HTH
>>>
>>> Marcus
>
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