[tei-council] feasibly valid (again)
James.Cummings at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Fri Feb 4 08:24:07 EST 2011
On 04/02/11 09:40, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> 3) feasible examples are given an extra CSS class, which puts a yellow
> border around them
I asked the web designer sat next to me who said that he barely
noticed the yellow box and that this was a bad thing. If we want
to highlight the difference of valid vs feasible valid (since
we're assume we're not going to have any *invalid* examples at
the end of this process?) then we should do so slightly more
He suggests that all valid examples have a
off-white-but-green-tinted background, with a darker version of
the same green as border, and the feasible valid ones have an
off-white-but-amber-tinted background, with a darker version of
the same amber as a border. The idea being that green means
correct/good and amber means warning (and if we have any invalid
ones then these should, of course, be red in a similar manner).
It might also be useful to have @title attributes on these
indicating that this example is feasibly valid or something.
Though to be semantically more accurate this should say "A
feasibly valid example [of $bibliographic-entry-here]", where the
bibliographic data that is linked to in the examples is provided
if it exists.
I pass on the feedback in case it is useful.
Dr James Cummings, Research Technologies Service
OUCS, University of Oxford
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