[aida] Extending styling to user and session

Nicholas Moore nicholas.moore at tsr-i.com
Sun Oct 28 12:08:38 CET 2007

I think it is a great idea, but I do not have much experience with css,
so can not judge how easy it would be.

By the way, I have a css question: Why do some of the css definitions
start with a '#' (such as #container and #content), and some do not
(such as body and h1)?


� wrote:
> Hello all,
> As you already know Aida has styling (CSS etc.) implemented by class 
> WebStyle and subclasses, and can be set differently for every website.
> What it can be useful is to extend styling not only for websites, but 
> for users and sessions too. That way we can achieve, for instance, a 
> personalization of site for each user (to allow him changing a "skin") 
> and even more generally, for each session. Session style can be 
> important for guest users and we can adopt styling acording to their 
> language or location, for instance.
> What do you thik about tht idea?
> Best regards
> Janko
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