[PATCH] Improve rendering of DocBook documentation

Michael Pyne mpyne at kde.org
Sat Jan 2 00:52:34 GMT 2010

On Wednesday 23 December 2009 02:31:23 Michael Pyne wrote:
> Hi all,
> *snip*
> I've tested making handbooks and generating straight HTML (you can see the
> HTML on http://kdesvn-build.kde.org/documentation/) and looked at a few
> handbooks afterwards to see if I left out anything major.  I don't think I
> have but if so, it's just CSS, just let me know.
> So, what are your thoughts?

OK I've had an ack and no negative comments however we are quite a ways past 1 
December 2009 (the documentation/handbook freeze date). This doesn't change 
any of the content of the documentation so it could be argued to be 
permissible under the artwork freeze I guess but I'd like to get a second 
opinion on that. ;)

While I was waiting I made a second revision, which adds a *touch* of text 
shadow to the page title and also forces the page footer to the bottom of the 
page on very short documents.

The aforementioned kdesvn-build docs have been revised to match so you can see 
how it looks in practice, and the patch is attached.

 - Michael Pyne
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