Re: [greenstone-users] formatting in Greenstone 2.63

From John R. McPherson
DateWed, 1 Mar 2006 11:05:27 +1300
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] formatting in Greenstone 2.63
In-Reply-To (4404C135-3080205-stfx-ca)
On Tue, Feb 28, 2006 at 01:31:33PM -0800, Gordon Bertrand wrote:
> Hello all,
> We've recently upgraded to 2.63 (an unstable version I realize) and I
> have a question regarding the new CSS-based formatting.
> I read the release notes for this version which indicated the changes
> necessary to support HTML4 and CSS (allowing removal of all text images)
> and the necessary changes to use the backward compatibility macro for
> Netscape. The display in Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox is very poor so we
> decided to apply the macro. We therefore applied the macro and copied
> over the necessary image files and now the text images do appear, but
> the formatting is still very poor. The only browser in which the display
> looks acceptable is Internet Explorer. Is this a function of this
> version and if so, is the upcoming 2.70 version going to allow for
> consistent formatting across browser platforms?

do you have this online somewhere where we can check? If you use
the older images/tables compatibility macros, then it should look
the same as previous versions of greenstone.

Also, could you tell us what display problem you are having with the
new CSS formatting? It was mostly developed on Mozilla/Firefox, and
tested with Internet Explorer. If there are layout problems then we
can fix them.

John McPherson