[Qgis-developer] Design the QGIS documentation theme
anitagraser at gmx.at
Sun Nov 18 03:25:50 PST 2012
Thanks for all the info. No luck with Boottheme so far. I guess I
don't understand it yet and also it's unusable on my notebook screen.
Would need at least twice the screen estate to work with it.
Introducing Bootstrap should enable us to write a responsive site,
right? So Sphinx cannot do responsive sites?
How about using an existing Sphinx Bootstrap Theme? Have you looked into that?
While I still love design, I'm not up-to-date with responsive design I'm afraid.
On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 10:21 AM, Richard Duivenvoorde
<rdmailings at duif.net> wrote:
> On 18-11-12 08:39, Tim Sutton wrote:
>> <mailto:anitagraser at gmx.at>> wrote:
>> Are we talking about a theme for
>> It would ultimately become the theme for http://qgis.org too since we
>> plan to move all web content into the doc project and curate everything
>> as one content set. The overrriding goals are to:
>> * centralise translation
>> * centralise maintenance of *all* documentation
>> * ensure that the look and feel is consistent across *all* QGIS properties
> There is a slightly newer version here:
> (there we divided sources in a docs and a website part already, see
> Maybe good to know that we took the Sphinx basic layout, and merged it with
> this Bootstrap layout:
> Then in the qgis.css we sprinkled some rules to make the black menubar the
> color of the old qgis sites, and hold the qgis icon.
> (theoretically we can do with only some very specific qgis site rules in
> To build your own tree, please read:
> ?? Maybe we should not even have a menubar in the topbar, but only have a
> left bar which holds a menu when it is usefull. Now when you resize your
> window to a phone size, sometimes you have a sort of two menu's
> Richard Duivenvoorde
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