[Twisted-Python] Lore to Sphinx Conversion Progress Report 5
kevin.horn at gmail.com
Sat Feb 6 00:02:13 EST 2010
On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 9:23 PM, Timothy Allen <screwtape at froup.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 5 Feb 2010 13:19:00 -0600
> Kevin Horn <kevin.horn at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I'll see if I can find/make time to have a look at the CSS.
> > That would be really great. There are a few things that are driving
> > me bonkers. For example: the prev/next/index links on the right hand
> > side of the gray navbar are 1 freakin' pixel lower than the
> > "breadcrumb" links on the left hand side of the same navbar () at
> > least on this machine), and I have no idea why.
> After spending a few minutes poking about with Firebug, the reason
> becomes clear:
> - In twistedtrac.css line 38, the navbar list items are set to
> "display: inline", which makes them layout like "<span>" and stack
> up nicely on the left, but also makes them ignore certain vertical
> adjustments like margin and padding.
> - In twistedtrac.css line 42, the navbar list items on the right are
> set to "float: right", which makes them stack up nicely on the right
> but also happens to make them respond to margin and padding again.
> - In trac.css line 179, the navbar list items are set to "padding:
> 0.25em 0", giving them vertical padding. This is ignored by the
> inline list items on the left, but respected by the floated list
> items on the right.
It may only have taken you a few minutes, but it would have taken
me...considerably longer. :)
> I haven't studied the CSS of the main Twisted site, so I don't know how
> they get around it there.
On the main twisted site, they don't have anything on the left...not sure
how the Sphinx templates handle it though...
> One easy way around it for the docs might be to change "display:
> inline" to "float: left", which also makes them stack up on the left,
> and behave consistently with the ones on the right.
Actually that jacks up the height on the navbar completely (at least for
Overriding the padding in twistedtrac.css seems to work though, so I think
that's what I'll go with.
Thanks for the help!
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