On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 09:20:28PM +0100, Manuel Kasper wrote:
> On 28.11.2003, at 21:06, Nik Clayton wrote:
> >Have you considered using a combination of <div> elements and CSS to
> >get the pixel perfect positioning you want? That works well in modern
> >browsers, and degrades gracefully.
> The example looks nice, I have to admit. I know that m0n0wall has a bit
> of a strange mix of HTML and CSS formatting, but then again... It
> works, and I honestly can't see why I should go and overhaul everything
> just because it doesn't look the way it's supposed to on a minority of
> web browsers or because it isn't 100% clean.
This is what I get on a default Firebird install:
and is what caused me to look at this in the first place. It's the text
below the "Allow DNS server list..." checkbox that's broken oddly.
> If anybody wants to do that while preserving the exact look on at least
> Mozilla, IE and Safari, then go ahead...
I'll give that a go now.
> I'd much prefer that people spend time on tasks that are more useful
> to the future of m0n0wall, though.
For me, long term, it is. It makes it easier and simpler to write new
functionality, without worrying about hardcoding a lot of look and feel.
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