[Ecls-list] moderize html doco
Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll
lisp at arrakis.es
Wed Jan 11 06:52:01 UTC 2006
On Wed, 2006-01-11 at 17:39 +1100, Dean O'Connor wrote:
> One other thing: I noticed you are embedding the css styles directly in
> html everyfile in the guide.
> Instead if you use a linked style sheet instead of the embedded style in
> each html file,
> not only would it load faster, but you only have to change one file (the
> css file) to change/evolve the look.
You do not know how lazy I am if you think I update all that style
manually :-) The HTML files are automatically generated by makeinfo. The
CSS is kept in a file (src/doc/basic.css) which is added by makeinfo to
each HTML file. This is the simplest for me. And the style data is
really small compared to the length of some of the documents.
I have just made some changes, rewriting part of the documentation so as
to distinguish screen output, lisp examples and fixed-font ASCII
drawings or tables. I hope the manual looks nicer now.
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