From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-08 13:48:28
David Abrahams wrote:
>Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> writes:
> > Douglas Gregor wrote:
> >> On Tuesday 03 February 2004 05:24 pm, Christopher Currie wrote:
> >> > What we *may* end up doing is tweaking the stylesheets to create a
> >> > different L&F. I'm pretty sure the existing stylesheets are designed
> >> > follow some Boost guidelines, but Zbynek's layout got some good
> >> > so if possible we'd like to modernize them a little.
> >> If you happen to come up with a slick new look & feel that we can apply
> >> BoostBook, I wouldn't mind :). I'm actually a bit envious of Spirit's
> >> which look _very_ nice, but not envious enough to actually try to
> >> what they've done :)
> > I too find Spirit docs to be very nice. I actually think it would be
> > go ahead and steal at least the navigation arrors ;-)
>Personally while I find Spirit's docs quite nice, I'd prefer to use
>something a little less busy and a little more stripped-down and
>professional. These sorts of designs are very hard to come by, but I
>know that I can find some examples. Others may not agree when they
>see what I have in mind, of course ;-)
What do you think of the new look and feel? I have updated
boostbook/xsl/html.xsl and boost/doc/html/boostbook.css. The latest versions
can be found at:
There has been discussion on it over on the Boost.Doc mailling list. If you
want an instant gague of what the new style is like, add boostbook.css in
boost/doc/html/ as reference.css - it contains most of the style changes.
Otherwise, you can run bjam to create the new documents.
I'd welcome any feedback and areas of improvement :). NOTE: you can edit the
CSS file to create your own look & feel :).
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