[IPython-User] Styling Notebook
Mon Jul 2 00:18:21 CDT 2012
This is cool. Have you mentioned it on github or IPython Dev?
On Jul 2, 2012 2:27 AM, "klo uo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Initially I thought to try and roll my own CSS, but when I looked
> closer it's probably bad idea.
> What I managed to do is distill missing elements from "base" css style
> and then include main css from themes available here:
> In short, you download theme and copy theme folder (it's in css
> subfolder in downloaded theme archive) in
> "..\frontend\html\notebook\static\jquery\css\themes", then just put
> there (in new theme folder) my attached css file, and change line 9 in
> "..\frontend\html\notebook\templates\page.html" accordingly.
> This can be simplified with entry in ipython notebook config file I guess.
> Attached css file is not "least common denominator" and can be further
> reduced, and I think it works fine from what I tested. With dark
> themes it doesn't work. I also wonder why the author of these changes
> didn't create new css file and then include original css in it, so
> that this kind of reversing could have been avoided, and changing the
> theme would have been easier.
> Whatever, if you think it's interesting I could include detailed
> walkthrough in wiki, although procedure is simple but maybe not
> obvious to all. Also if I missed something I would like to know. Don't
> tell me there is already way to do this :D
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