Hi Bernhard, Robert, all,
Am 27.06.2011 12:07, schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
Hi Robert, all,
Robert Einlse wrote:
we are working to create an small Web-Application to manage @libreoffice
Mailforwarding-Adresses. Do we have an Style-Guide how such a
Web-Application should look like?
Unfortunately we haven't managed by now to create such a style guide.
There are some design elements consistently used in the present website,
wiki and derived pages, but they haven't been written down.
I don't know if your application will use a header and top navigation, but these
should look similar to the ones on the website.
Most of the customization of the website is done by CSS, so the easiest way
would be to use these CSS in your app (if possible).This would allow to
adopt directly future changes to the styles.
If this is not possible, you could get the colors and sizes used on the website
from the CSS files. Perhaps the website team might be interested in
And for us it would be great if we could have a look at the design in an early
state (or can contribute to it if you would tell us about the necessary fields,
areas or features).
Maybe we can use a logo like on the conference web page  (and the
extension web page) :
Here is a first proposal:
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