[Rt-devel] Adding to default CSS without create a whole new style?

Jesse Vincent jesse at bestpractical.com
Fri Oct 17 02:19:00 EDT 2008

> Here's a separate but related question, since I'm not at all a Web  
> design type. AT needs basically copies of all of the styles in  
> ticket.css as it's confusing to have AT use 'ticket-*' styles. In  
> fact, it won't work in some cases because some assumptions about  
> things like button length aren't followed in AT compared to RT. So, I  
> want to cleanly give AT its own styles. Now, this is easy enough, I  
> just copy the ticket-* styles from ticket.css and call them all 'asset- 
> *'. Not very future-proof though so I really want to be able to say in  
> the AT .css something like this:
> asset-info-basics = ticket-info=basics
> for most entries but not all since some need to change. Can this be  
> done in CSS? 

I believe you need to use javascript. behaviour.js is the traditional
tool for writing such stuff.

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