[OWASP-wiki-editors] quick and dirty fix for Top 10 2013-Top 10

Jim Manico jim.manico at owasp.org
Wed Aug 27 23:07:01 UTC 2014

Much better. That or use images for the topic names instead of markup. 
But much better and THANK YOU NEIL.

- Jim

On 8/27/14, 4:01 PM, Neil Smithline wrote:
> Thanks guys. It sounds like things are perhaps better but inconsistent.
> Torsten - exactly what the final should be is the big question. What 
> is there was an attempt to reproduce the formatting in the print 
> version. My thought is that we should forget that. The web page has to 
> be more dynamic than the print version and, unless someone knows a 
> magical HTML incantation, I'm going with it being impossible.
> So I'm playing around with new formatting. I have a prototype at 
> https://www.owasp.org/index.php/User:Neil_Smithline. What do you 
> think? I think it will be an improvement if I can make the gradient 
> less of an eyesore. What's your thoughts? Once we agree on the format 
> I can tweak the official page.
> Neil Smithline
> 408-634-5764
> http://www.neilsmithline.com
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2014 at 5:04 PM, Torsten Gigler 
> <torsten.gigler at owasp.org <mailto:torsten.gigler at owasp.org>> wrote:
>     Hi Neil,
>     Thank you for your workaround.
>     - the English T10 Wiki looks fine here, even with my smartphone
>     (see file included), :-)
>     - for the German T10-Wiki it is fine, :-)
>     - for the T10 Developer Edition this page is 'under style
>     testing'. I've tried with
>         vertical-align:middle
>     and
>         |- style="vertical-align:middle"
>     But I've not yet found a good solution.... Here I did not add your
>     workaround as both style commands seem not to work good together....
>     I am not sure how it should look like at the end...
>     Is it only a question, that the text stays inside the box (e.g.
>     making automatically the box higher) if you see the page with a
>     laptop, tablet or even with a smartphone?
>     Or is it more, like, should the boxes be partially overlapped?
>     Should all corners be round?
>         I've had a look to wikimedia about 'round Corners', perhaps
>         you find some ideas there (especially the last one shows more
>         in depth what could be possible)
>         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Round_corners
>         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Divbox
>         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Border-radius
>         https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/border-radius#Browser_compatibility
>         Perhaps it could be necessary to install some additional
>         features to our wiki to use some of the examples...
>     Kind regards
>     Torsten
>     Am 27.08.2014 um 19:45 schrieb Jim Manico:
>>     On mobile or small screens, I still see this. Just a FYI.
>>     Thank you Neil, I really appreciate your service in helping us
>>     clean this up.
>>     Aloha,
>>     Jim
>>     On 8/26/14, 6:39 PM, Neil Smithline wrote:
>>>     I'm still planning on revamping
>>>     https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Top_10_2013-Top_10 but I made a
>>>     quick fix to it that seems to make the green box messiness go
>>>     away. I'd be interested to hear if others are seeing the boxes
>>>     not being messy now.
>>>     Torsten - can you let me know if I my change breaks it for
>>>     German (that's your language, isn't it?)? I still want to come
>>>     up with a better design for the page but will leave my little
>>>     fix in
>>>     (https://www.owasp.org/index.php?title=Top_10_2013-Top_10&diff=181201&oldid=180559)
>>>     for the interim if it doesn't make things worse.
>>>     Neil
>>>     Neil Smithline
>>>     408-634-5764 <tel:408-634-5764>
>>>     http://www.neilsmithline.com

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