[Seaside] Seaside and HTML templates

Karsten karsten at heeg.de
Wed Dec 10 15:33:45 UTC 2008

Hi Boris,

I think the CSS part is not what is difficult to the designer. I rather 
think that the difficulty is that the designer might want/need to change 
the structure of the webpage and he needs to do that in Seaside. That 
means he needs to learn how to do Smalltalk in whatever dialekt, which 
is probably not the easiest to do for a designer.
It's probably the best for the developer to provide html that is already 
well-structured so that the designer can do his magic without wanting to 
change the structure.

to Andrés: you can't use templates in Seaside.

Kind Regards

Boris Popov wrote:
> No, and really any designer worth his/her pay shouldn't be telling you CSS is too complicated :)
> -Boris (via BlackBerry)
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> Subject: [Seaside] Seaside and HTML templates 
> Hi list,
> I have a question with seaside, i want separate the development work of design work. I look than seaside use CSS, but it´s a little complicated for some designer.
> Can i use html templates with Seaside? Load a html file and then replace the content of selected dummy field with app information.
> Thanks
> Andrés
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