[IPython-dev] Style Rules for Notebook
Tue Aug 21 08:30:12 CDT 2012
Use '.rendered_html h1' to apply style only to cells.
Bootstrap is "twitter bootstrap" css/js. google for it you'll find it. Or
look at my 'build js toolbar' PR, comment near the end.
short because i'm on my phone.
Le 21 août 2012 14:47, "Carl Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
> I agree with Thomas; the styles should be applied by default, but easy
> to disable. That'd make much more sense. And yeah, you and Matthias
> are right about Google Fonts. Drop that completely.
> Matthias, I couldn't edit the h1 tags. It does strange things to the
> IPython Notebook logo at the top of the page. So I had to start with
> h2. You said you didn't like the CSS for h2; that's fair enough. It
> doesn't really say 'IPython Notebook'.
> The footer doesn't work very well, but it would be nice to have some
> way to add a footer to a notebook easily. This way just probably isn't
> the right way to do that.
> You mentioned Brian switching to bootstrap. I'm not sure what
> bootstrap is in this context??
> I'm glad you both like the basic idea. I'll redo the notebook, without
> the external font and with a more appropriate h2, and see if we can
> converge on some CSS that everyone's happy with. I'll put the file on
> GitHub, and it can be viewed with nbviewer, as it might take a few
> iterations to get it looking nice for everyone.
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