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Re: [Tlhingan-hol] KLI Website

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (SuStel)
Tue Mar 25 11:32:26 2014

From: "SuStel" <sustel@trimboli.name>
To: "qurgh lungqIj" <qurgh@wizage.net>, "Lieven" <levinius@gmx.de>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2014 08:32:05 -0700
Cc: "tlhingan-hol@stodi.digitalkingdom.org"
Errors-To: tlhingan-hol-bounces@kli.org

From: qurgh lungqIj <qurgh@wizage.net>
> If there is a style guide and standardized CSS there won't be any issues
> with this, as long as people are using standard HTML5. If a theme is
> defined, then everyone can use the same building blocks to construct their
> parts of the site. If the site uses some kind of CMS, then it's even easier
> to keep things looking the same.

I'm confused: are we talking about kli.org just pointing to other sites
people build themselves, or are we talking about multiple sites hosted
by the KLI and administered by volunteers? I was under the impression it
was the latter, which would allow the use of a common content management
system for uniformity. As a site administrator, I wouldn't choose HTML
and CSS versions, for instance; I would use whatever tools and templates
the KLI provided me, and just manage the content.


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