Re: specific CSS for RTL languages
Long time since I have dealt with the Debian webpage ... I was busy completing my Master's thesis ...
Are you talking on the patch I submitted long long time ago ? Which patch? The patch from the Persian team i guess ...
Anyway good to hear that RTL languages still count ;-)
On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 6:57 PM, Francesca Ciceri <firstname.lastname@example.org>
[please CC me, as I'm not subscribed]
[added in CC: email@example.com, armenian l10n
coordinator Vardan Gevorgyan, hebrew l10n
coordinator Oz Nahum, as doesn't exists ML for these languages]
I'm a member of the Debian Website team, and I'm working on the adaptation of
the new design for RTL languages.
I've noted that persian l10n team was super fast and have already commited
some smart tweaks on debian-fa.css for the homepage: *great job*!
The persian homepage now looks very well!
I've added two little improvement: one regarding the orientation of the
#hometoc element (to be right floating, say me if it is ok) and one to
positioning on the left RSS icon.
I'll apply your patch (for the homepage) also on other RTL languages, as
Arabic, Armenian and Hebrew (I've added related l10n team/coordinators in CC): the idea is
to create a patch also for elements not present into the homepage, but I'm not
a native speaker of one of these languages (I'm italian) so some help or
review by your teams would be very appreciated :D
ps. madamezou - is not a very positive character in the book Shantaram ...
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