[Qgis-community-team] Re: Template
tara_athan at alt2is.com
Thu Jun 5 11:34:38 EDT 2008
Your suggestion about the three templates seems reasonable. I have
created a new Joomla template and it is very time-consuming, while if
you are not too particular about having a unique look, there are lots of
templates out there.
When modifying a template, View Source is your friend - I haven't found
any better way to figure out what the Joomla styles are.
I would support migrating the whole contents and then rearranging, with
some items going to archive, some to new categories, some moved to the
wiki, etc. Otherwise, I think we may lose some things that we would like
Stephan Reber wrote:
> as the server works and Joomla1.0 is installed. It is time to work on
> the website.
> The first point is to come to a decision about the template. I thought
> of putting a choice of three templates online to look what is a good
> representation of QGIS. First can be the used template used currently on
> qgis.org. Tim, would you please so kind to send me the template
> (Thanks!) It's a nice template, but I think, there has to be little
> modification (e.g module positions). Second idea is to search a new
> template, where no great changes have to be made. And at last I can
> modify the installed template. My knowledge of html/css is enough to
> change some things on an existing template but not to create a new
> template. So in the end we can decide which template fits best and what
> other changes are required for a nice website.
> The next point I think about is, what happens to the content of old
> website. Should the whole content migrate to the new site? We can import
> it and reorder it. Some points may move to the wiki/blog. Or we put an
> archive on the website, so the old content (e.g. news, interviews) is
> available there.
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