[Infusion-users] FSS 1.4 backward compatibility
obara.justin at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 14:03:51 UTC 2012
That's great, glad I could help.
On 2012-01-11, at 4:18 PM, William Washington wrote:
> Thanks much for this detail and the link to the changes listed on the wiki--this answers the questions I had.
> William Washington
> User Experience Architect, Kuali Student Project
> Office of Information Management
> University of Washington
> Requirements emerge as users begin to see the evolving design...when they see what you're building, they'll say what they meant. - Alan Cooper
> From: Justin Obara <obara.justin at gmail.com>
> Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2012 09:22:45 -0500
> To: William Washington <scumby at u.washington.edu>
> Cc: "Infusion-users at fluidproject.org" <Infusion-users at fluidproject.org>, Kevin Makice <kmakice at kuali.org>
> Subject: Re: [Infusion-users] FSS 1.4 backward compatibility
>> Hi William,
>> Here's another link to some information about changes that were in Infusion 1.4
>> In general we tried to make things backwards compatible. Most of the changes are additions that should be opt in, meaning that they shouldn't automatically affect your styles. However there were a few changes to the reset file that may, depending on how you were using it, require some modification.
>> focus styling is no longer automatic, you need to opt in with .fl-focus
>> the reset and base styling were split apart into separate files. There may be some slight differences in the order of styles now, which may have some minor affects, although I don't recall any.
>> note that you can still call the single fss-reset.css file; however, this will just trigger calls to the two separate files and is now deprecated.
>> I hope I mentioned everything and hope that helped. Let us know how it goes or if you have more questions.
>> On 2012-01-10, at 5:44 PM, William Washington wrote:
>>> Hey folks, hopefully a simple question…
>>> Are any of you aware of FSS 1.4's ability to seamlessly swap out what was in FSS 1.3.1?
>>> Looking at the 1.4 release notes, it looks like the biggest changes that could affect a page's style would be any differences in the resets, and the discontinued use of the "!important" property.
>>> William Washington
>>> User Experience Architect, Kuali Student Project
>>> Office of Information Management
>>> University of Washington
>>> Requirements emerge as users begin to see the evolving design...when they see what you're building, they'll say what they meant. - Alan Cooper
>>> Infusion-users mailing list
>>> Infusion-users at fluidproject.org
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