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=== Definition lists ===
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=== Sequential lists ===
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Lists where not only the order is important, but also form a regular, unbroken sequence.
  
Lists with two parts, a name or number, and an item of content, might be marked up in several different ways.
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When the sequence is not <code>1+x</code>. This would be easier with a <code>value</code> attribute on the <code><nowiki><li></nowiki></code>, but some w3c prat removed it from xhtml.
  
List, where all items are the same 'type', such as top 10 lists on the main page.
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  <nowiki> <ol>
  <nowiki> <[o/u]l>
 
 
   <li class="g_odd"><span>[namea]</span> <[tag]>[value]</[tag]></li>
 
   <li class="g_odd"><span>[namea]</span> <[tag]>[value]</[tag]></li>
 
   <li><span>[nameb]</span> <[tag]>[value]</[tag]></li>
 
   <li><span>[nameb]</span> <[tag]>[value]</[tag]></li>
 
   <li class="g_odd">...etc
 
   <li class="g_odd">...etc
  </[o/u]l></nowiki>
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  </ol></nowiki>
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When the sequence counts up from 1, it's easier.
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<nowiki> <ol>
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  <li class="g_odd">[value]</li>
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  <li>[value]</li>
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  <li>...etc
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</ol></nowiki>
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=== Definition lists ===
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Lists with two parts, a name or number, and an item of content, might be marked up in several different ways.
  
 
Definition list, for different types.
 
Definition list, for different types.
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   <tr>...etc
 
   <tr>...etc
 
  </table></nowiki>
 
  </table></nowiki>
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=== General lists ===
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Any collection consisting of items a similar kind, not sequentially ordered.
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<nowiki> <ul>
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  <li>[value]</li>
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  <li>[value]</li>
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  <li>...etc
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</ul></nowiki>
  
 
=== Icons ===
 
=== Icons ===
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  <nowiki> <a class="i_icon i_[imagename]" href="[link]">[linkname]</a></nowiki>
 
  <nowiki> <a class="i_icon i_[imagename]" href="[link]">[linkname]</a></nowiki>
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=== Pictures ===
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If not part of the content of the db (ie, stylesheet specific), they must be specified using the <code>background</code> property in the css.
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<nowiki> <img src="(absolute link)" alt="(something appropriate)" /></nowiki>
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=== Text ===
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Text data should convert <code>\n</code> into <code><nowiki><br /></code></nowiki> before output.
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<nowiki> <p class="[name]">[text]<br />
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[text]<br />
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[text]</p></nowiki>

Revision as of 15:36, 15 April 2006

The information on this page is incomplete and may not be of much use.
If you can, please help by adding to it.

This page is going to be a guide to how pages on anidb are layed out and marked up, to aid the creation of new stylesheets.

Structure

Page

<body>
#layout-nav
#layout-menu
#layout-search
#layout-content
#layout-footer
</body>
anidbstyle.css
brown2.css

Content

 <div id="layout-content">
  <h1>[pagetitle]</h1>
  <div class="section [pagename]_[sectionnamea]">
   [content]
  </div>
  <div class="section [pagename]_[sectionnameb]">
   [content]
  </div>
 </div>

Markup

Tables

Tables of information, displayed in a columny way.

 <table>
  <tr>
   <th class="[namea]">[title]</th>
   <th class="[nameb]">[title]</th>
   <th class="[namec]">[title]</th>
   <th class="[named]">[title]</th>
   <th class="[namee]">[title]</th>
   <th class="[namef]">[title]</th>
  </tr>
  <tr( class="g_odd")>
   <td class="[namea]( [contentmarker])">[content]</td>
   <td class="[nameb]( [contentmarker])">[content]</td>
   <td class="[namec]( [contentmarker])">[content]</td>
   <td class="[named]( [contentmarker])">[content]</td>
   <td class="[namee]( [contentmarker])">[content]</td>
   <td class="[namef]( [contentmarker])">[content]</td>
  </tr>
  <tr>...etc
 </table>

Sequential lists

Lists where not only the order is important, but also form a regular, unbroken sequence.

When the sequence is not 1+x. This would be easier with a value attribute on the <li>, but some w3c prat removed it from xhtml.

 <ol>
  <li class="g_odd"><span>[namea]</span> <[tag]>[value]</[tag]></li>
  <li><span>[nameb]</span> <[tag]>[value]</[tag]></li>
  <li class="g_odd">...etc
 </ol>

When the sequence counts up from 1, it's easier.

 <ol>
  <li class="g_odd">[value]</li>
  <li>[value]</li>
  <li>...etc
 </ol>

Definition lists

Lists with two parts, a name or number, and an item of content, might be marked up in several different ways.

Definition list, for different types.

 <dl>
  <dt>[namea]</dt><dd class="[namea]">[value]</dd>
  <dt>[nameb]</dt><dd class="[nameb]">[value]</dd>
  <dt>...etc
 </dl>

Table-as-definition-list, also for different types.

 <table>
  <tr class="[namea]"><th>[namea]</th><td>[value]</td></tr>
  <tr class="[nameb]"><th>[nameb]</th><td>[value]</td></tr>
  <tr>...etc
 </table>

General lists

Any collection consisting of items a similar kind, not sequentially ordered.

 <ul>
  <li>[value]</li>
  <li>[value]</li>
  <li>...etc
 </ul>

Icons

In general displayed as a block, and floated if need be.

 <span class="i_icon i_[imagename]">[name]</span>
 <a class="i_icon i_[imagename]" href="[link]">[linkname]</a>

Pictures

If not part of the content of the db (ie, stylesheet specific), they must be specified using the background property in the css.

 <img src="(absolute link)" alt="(something appropriate)" />

Text

Text data should convert \n into <br /></code> before output.

 <p class="[name]">[text]<br />
 [text]<br />
 [text]</p>