Author Topic: Using new CSS styling for reports  (Read 2167 times)

Offline Wayne F.

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Using new CSS styling for reports
« on: November 30, 2013, 09:11:14 PM »
Hi Brad,

I will try my hand at custom brew sheets using your new style.css file.  I ran the style.css file through the validator at http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/ and it spit out some minor errors that I was able to clean up, most of which looked like typos.  The errors probably don't cause any problems since it's mainly for aesthetics.

The changes were:
line 26 = border: 2px solid #565;
line 240 = background: -linear-gradient(top, #114, #249);
lines 263, 285 = text-overflow: ellipsis;
lines 368, 385, 395, 404 = text-align:left;
line 635 = font-size: 9pt;
                 font-weight:
bold;
line 657 = color: #0099ff;
lines 678, 729, 763 = font-size: 10pt;
                          font-weight:
bold;
line 854 = position: relative;
lines 946, 1097 = text-align: center;
line 968 = width:80%;

I wasn't sure what to do about lines 243,244 so I left them as is.  Probably specific for Microsoft and the css-validator can't parse it.

Version 2.2 looks really good.
Hope to see it listed at MacUpdate site soon too.

Wayne

 

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