[Seaside] Marketing: default CSS?

William Harford seaside at harford.org
Wed Jan 18 22:33:47 CET 2006

On 18-Jan-06, at 1:04 PM, Cees De Groot wrote:

> I was discussing Seaside with a customer. The guy came up with the, I
> think, good tip that it would be worthwhile to work a bit on the
> out-of-the-box experience. Default Seaside sites are ugly, and only a
> light bit of css would help a lot (sans-serif font, sensible values
> for h1, h2, ..., maybe a bit of background color on h1 - stuff like
> that). As an added benefit, default sites would be "branded" -
> recognizable as Seaside sites.

I second this.

> I'm not entirely sure how this could be best done. The main issue is
> of course that someone should be able to remove this CSS in a very
> easy way..

There could be another standard style library added to Seaside and it  
could be included by default when you create a new seaside application.

Our company has it's own default style library that is added to every  
seaside application.

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