[wp-hackers] WP Passing GET to CSS?
mike at uwmike.com
Sun Nov 5 17:13:18 GMT 2006
I like Shaun Inman's approach. It's a little less haphazard, but still
gives the advantages of repeating certain values throughout the CSS:
On 11/5/06, YAR Russ Gilman-Hunt <gilmanhunt at comcast.net> wrote:
> On Sun, 5 Nov 2006 00:38:02 +0200
> Computer Guru <computerguru at neosmart.net> wrote:
> > Because it is giving me a problem with Opera for some reason.
> > Opera loads it all corrupt and stuff unless I press F5 (viewing the
> > CSS file). It makes it look like loading binary data in the web
> > browser (like incorrectly compressed GZIP for instance).
> > Any thoughts?
> > Firefox, IE7, they show it right. But no matter what Opera doesn't
> > seem to render it right the first time.
> > Computer Guru
> > NeoSmart Technologies
> > http://neosmart.net/blog/
> That's interesting.
> I've done that on a few sites; err, without the GET variables. I've
> either configured apache to call php for css files or used a php page
> for the url in a linked stylesheet.
> <link rel="stylesheet" href="http://frenzieddaddy.com/stylesheet.php"
> type="text/css" />
> (If you do this, make sure your php script outputs the text/css header,
> duh :) )
> I didn't come across any problems with it, but it seemed like ... on
> the one hand "great" so that I could define variables (colors, etc) at
> the top and adjust them, or adjust them depending on time of day, et
> cetera. But it was an added bit of fluff I didn't need.
> Any way, I didn't see problems as you're describing, but maybe either
> the errors here or the warnings here cause the strange displays in
> Russ Gilman-Hunt
> gilmanhunt at comcast.net
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