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Working with Alternate Stylesheets
Working with Alternate Stylesheets
Persistent, Preferred, Alternate, and Media Targeted CSS

Update: June 2012 -  This document was intended to be a supporting document for a yet unfinished "style switching" theme which has been delayed until 2013; after the release of RavenNuke 3.0. Our apologies, but this document will remain incomplete until then...


In preparation for the upcoming release of our style switching theme Chameleon, we would like to give a quick overview of how alternate stylesheets work; so that others can modify, customize, and build upon the Chameleon framework. CSS stylesheets can relate to your document in several different ways; but for now let's concern ourselves with persistent and alternate stylesheets.

Persistent stylesheets are your normal, everyday stylesheets that are always enabled. They are defined by setting the rel attribute to “StyleSheet” and have NO title attribute.
 

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Chameleon - Dynamic Style Switching Theme
Chameleon - Dynamic Style Switching Theme
Alternate and Media Targeted Stylesheets

Update: June 2012 - This project has been delayed as it should be much easier to accomplish a "style switching" theme after the release of RavenNuke 3.0. With a variety of other projects on the board look for work to resume on Chameleon some time in 2013.


Currently in production, our upcoming free theme Chameleon will introduce several new features which many webmasters might enjoy and benefit from. Built around a flexible CSS based template, Chameleon can adapt to just about any fluid or fixed size layout that one may desire. Alternate Stylesheet support for on-demand style and layout changes without a page reload. Media Targeted Stylesheet Support for attractive site-wide printable layouts; and styling targeted to specific devices such as handheld, braille, and aural.

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