Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
The layout manager (deprecated) CSS is organized into common CSS files plus page-specific and block-specific files as described in the following table.
|Folder/Filename||Description||All rules must be prefixed by|
|The page header|
|The page navigation bar|
|The page footer|
|Global user interface items (e.g. body, blocks, tabs, filters)|
|Data objects (e.g. comments, documents, member, status)|
|A specific block|
|A specific page|
Every document in the standard perspective follows the same structure. The body of the HTML has a container block that is itself composed of a header, a body and a footer. To provide additional control, the body is given an identifier and a class.
<body id="ps-page-[page_specific_id]" class="[page_specific_class]"> <div id="ps-container"> <div id="ps-header"> ... </div> <div id="ps-body"> ... </div> <div id="ps-footer"> ... </div> </div> </body>
This structure can be used to frame the general layout of the standard perspective as expressed in this diagram: