Changeset 20106 in main


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Timestamp:
03/26/20 20:36:33 (5 days ago)
Author:
GarthBraithwaite_STG
Message:

view - added color inherit for general inline css defs. Removed a few unused images.

Location:
trunk/ibisph-view/src/main/webapp
Files:
4 deleted
1 edited

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  • trunk/ibisph-view/src/main/webapp/css/_general.css

    r20061 r20106  
    294294.TextAlignRight         {text-align:    right  !important;}
    295295
    296 .Bold                           {font-weight:   bold;}
    297 .Italicize                      {font-style:    italic; }
    298 .UnBold                         {font-weight:   normal;}
    299 .Underline                      {text-decoration: underline;}
    300 .SmallerFont            {font-size:             80%;}     /*not really necessary, but one never knows...use it inline with a SPAN class*/
    301 .LargerFont                     {font-size:             120%;}     /*to emphasize words, use it inline with a span class*/
     296/* These are typically implemented via span or i element.  Because the general
     297        all elements * selector specifies a color a span will have that as it's color
     298        and will not inherit.  For this reason color is inherited for these classes
     299        so that a span can be used to format blocks of text without loosing color.
     300*/
     301.Bold                           {font-weight:   bold;   color: inherit;}
     302.Italicize                      {font-style:    italic; color: inherit;}
     303.UnBold                         {font-weight:   normal; color: inherit;}
     304.Underline                      {text-decoration: underline; color: inherit;}
     305.SmallerFont            {font-size:             80%;    color: inherit;}     /*not really necessary, but one never knows...use it inline with a SPAN class*/
     306.LargerFont                     {font-size:             120%;   color: inherit;}     /*to emphasize words, use it inline with a span class*/
    302307
    303308.GrayBackground         {background-color: #e8e8e8 !important;}
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