Re: yui.css contents
I guess that explains it. I'm just so new to the whole CSS thing, I
was hoping that a whole look-and-feel was part of the package too.
What is there is quite good though.
Thanks for your response.
> When you download the YUI distribution, you get among other things a
> navigable set of web pages that contain the YUI examples, API
> documentation, and links to other resources. The yui.css file you've
> discovered serves merely to provide the styling for those pages --
> it's not part of the library per se. The CSS components of the
> library are found in the build directory (reset, base, fonts, and
> grids); the YUI widgets like Calendar and Rich Text Editor all have
> their own CSS files in the build directory as well. Everything that
> comprises the library proper can be found in build.
> On Dec 2, 2008, at 4:29 PM, John Matthew wrote:
> > I'm just getting started with YUI, and I'm a little confused.
> > 1. the YUI.CSS file that I can download and keep locally is different
> > than the ones that I attach to at yahoo.com, is this true?
> > 2. The YUI.CSS has many other styles in it, are these documented
> > anywhere? (i.e. pagetitle, errormessage, etc)
> > 3. Can I rely on the other styles of YUI.CSS to remain?
> > Thanks
> > John