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foxfirefey ([personal profile] foxfirefey) wrote in [site community profile] dw_nifty2011-01-03 09:25 pm

Persistant style=mine (and light, and site)!

It's taken me approximately forever to accomplish this bug, for which I apologize, but I am proud to announce: Persistant style=mine and light and site is here!

You can find the relevant settings in the display section: Entry View Style and Journal View Style.

Site style viewing isn't available yet for Journal View Style, but I'm working on the CSS to make that happen.
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[personal profile] matgb 2011-01-04 06:51 am (UTC)(link)
Hmm, this makes me ponder.

I've put a lot of work into my journal CSS so that I can style bits of entries to make them appear right, things like image alignment and similar.

I guess without running a poll there'd be no way of knowing who or how many people use this so will never see entries as intended, right?

For most, whether my pullquotes appear as a pullquote of an H4 heading makes little difference, but image alignment and similar could be important.

I probably need to get my suggestion for some base classes for CSS put into words quickly, it'd be good for images to have a common 'align' commmand that'll work site wide if people want to use it, for example.

Well done though, a feature I shall never, ever, use, but one I like to know is there.