[Seaside] How to load my own CSS files...

Rick Flower rickf at ca-flower.com
Mon Mar 6 22:31:28 UTC 2006

Michel Bany wrote:
> Rick Flower a écrit :
>> For the time being, since I couldn't figure out how to do it, I just 
>> cut-n-pasted the contents of my css files
>> into my top-level style method, which achieves the same goal, but is 
>> not really what I'd like to do overall.
> Still, I see a big benefit in having the css stylesheets implemented 
> as Smalltalk code.
> The versions of the css stylesheets and the version of the code are 
> guaranteed to be in synch.
> Did you consider using style libraries ?
No.. Can you elaborate what a style library is?  I think one of the 
reasons I like to modify my stylesheets
as an external entity from the Seaside environment is that it's easier 
and frequently nicer to use a CSS
editor to see in realtime what sorts the settings will look like without 
using the browser.  However, I'm
intrigued by the concept of a library of styles.. I'm open to using 
something new and thinking about
things in a different manner -- that's how I stumbled across Seaside & 
Smalltalk and now have the
entire front-end of my application running in no short order!

-- Rick

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