small CSS request
kwade at redhat.com
Fri Aug 3 03:28:33 UTC 2007
On Fri, 2007-08-03 at 06:16 +0300, Samer E. Ziadeh wrote:
> * The notice at the top of the page should be changed to one of the
> messages from Dimitri's page:
> "||<tableclass="message warning2"> Message ||"
> On 8/3/07, Dimitris Glezos <dimitris at glezos.com> wrote:
> Most probably not what you are looking for, but you could make
> notice a warning, or/and put a bold title in the notice. For
> examples, see:
This brings up an interesting point I wanted to address with Dimitris.
First, I'm don't like to use an admonition for a different intention.
That is, if we use the "warning" admonition style, we want it to be an
actual warning. This is a "note".
What I wanted to address was the slight repetitive nature of "warning"
and "bigger warning" and the other admonitions missing. In DocBook XML,
we use a set that is fairly standard for technical content across
industries: note, tip, caution, important, warning.
Those are in order of alarm, and usage can be described like this:
"Note: There is a cliff around the bend ahead."
"Tip: Don't stand by the edge of a cliff if you don't want to fall off."
"Caution: Cliff edges are slippery."
"Important: You are standing too close to the edge of the cliff."
"Warning: You are falling off the cliff, prepare for impact."
Karsten Wade ^ Fedora Documentation Project
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