Cascading Style Sheet, CSS

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Pondus
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Cascading Style Sheet, CSS

Post by Pondus »

Hi,

First of all I've to say that I really love the phpBB forums, and have used it for a long while. I do really look forward to phpBB 2.2!

But there is one thing I cannot understand: Why not use CSS to all formatting? Since the phpBB forums are so huge and popular, I'm convinced that the forums would be much faster to load if all texts, tables and table cells properties would be located in the CSS file. For example:

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<table width="100%" cellspacing="0">

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<div class="nav" style="float:left">

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<div class="gensmall" style="float:right">

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<table cellspacing="2" cellpadding="0" border="0">
I've noticed that phpBB 2.1.2 (this forum) uses CSS more than ver. 2.0.8, but there is still inline-css and properties that should be placed in the CSS file.

Why?
DoD
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Re: Cascading Style Sheet, CSS

Post by DoD »

Pondus wrote:Why?
Because it's just a developmental style
sparkster
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Re: Cascading Style Sheet, CSS

Post by sparkster »

It's also still under development, the style can change before release.
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