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I already explained the work for a new design of the LibreOffice extensions and template site on 
the design-mailinglist about two weeks ago.

The design/theming is done on the basis of the new theming product of Plone: Diazo. This makes it 
more easy for webdesigner to theme a Plone site.

I created a Diazo theming product for the e the extensions and template site and made some initial 
work on an HMTM index-file and a css-file. 
You could find the HTML- and CSS-files in the TDF-repo on github:

The github repo contains also a rules.xml file that connects the static HTML file and the CSS with 
the dynamic content of Plone. But for the design work that rules file doesn't count.
It's only necessary to have a good knowledge about HTML and especially CSS.

I created a test site to show the current results of the theming on a TDF-resource:

It would be great, if volunteers with better knowledge about plain HTML and CSS could have a look 
at the files in the github-repository and add
some improvements and help making a new fresh and awesome design of the site.

There are only good HTML and CSS knowledge needed for this work. You need nearly no knowledge about 
the CMS Plone that powers the site.

You can directly work with the HTML- and CSS-files from github.


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