Yum! Get rid of the inner stroke though! :)
about 3 years ago
Which one do you mean? The one separating the darker part with the line numbers from the main code part?
@Liam Huh? What happened? I was commenting on your rebound when it suddenly got deleted...
That is some great-looking code.
I am fond of saying that CSS is a language that suffers from object orientation without notation. Glad to see you're correcting the problem. (Sass? Less?)
@Rich I'm glad you noticed! Nope, not Sass or Less, but HSS. I'm working on building a community which I hope will create the future standard for creating web documents. Are you interested in learning more? I'd be delighted to have a chat and explain it to you!
@Miro I had a 2nd thought :P
Anywho the lighter lines suggest some very obscure lighting. The divider line between the code and numbers for example, why is there a darker shadow line to the left?
I just feel the double border/stroke looks tacky when only one border is needed for definition.
@Liam I agree with you :) Actually what happened was I intended to make the darker part recessed, and the highlight would be the edge of the lighter part of the pane, which would be in front. The dark line should actually have been a shadow. What I'll do is make the shadow wider and soft, to make the depth more evident.
@Miro Checked out HSS:
Looks cool. Sass is probably the most popular of these frameworks in the Rails world. It's a shame this type of syntax isn't native to CSS - props to you if you can help make that happen.
@Rich: damn! actually thats not the HSS I'm talking about. The one you mention looks very similar to Sass, but more modest. What I'm talking about is my own creation. Considering that the name has already been used, I maybe should change it to something else. What do you think? Is it OK to use the name even if somebody already has a small project called the same?
This is gonna be huge. My intention is to create a standard open source rendering engine for every browser to use. That's the part we don't want to be different. Why not everyone use the same standard one? Then the browsers could concentrate on the things that set them apart, like History navigation, Favorites, social integration, etc.
(My) HSS is going to have Object Orientation, References to other objects, Expressions (100%-100px anyone?), Repositioning elements in the DOM tree, Changing the order of elements, vertical aligning (actually stuff like contentAlignY: 45%), vector shapes, effects (gradients, shadows, blur, etc), video objects, and a veeeeery large etc.
Currently I'm building the community homepage. I need volunteers! Coders, designers, low-level developers, type experts, color experts... If anyone is interested, contact me!
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