You'll need to be familiar with the Compass CSS authoring framework and have it installed. Then install the plugin as a gem:
sudo gem install hpoydar-compass-aristo-plugin
To add the plugin to an existing Compass project:
cd <compass_project_name> compass -f aristo -p project .
And add the following line to the top of the
config.rb file created by Compass:
Within your application's Sass files, import the Aristo mixins:
Then modify the generated
aristo.sass file to suit your needs. See http://hpoydar.com/aristo for examples and syntax.
- Add segmented controls
- Add windows
- Attempt to have it look as good on FF3.5 as it does in Webkit/Chrome
- Take a look in IE and document what works
Aristo is an open source UI distributed as part of the Cappuccino Open Source Framework http://cappuccino.org) and specifically designed for the cross platform challenges applications face today. It is a collaborative effort by 280 North, Inc. and Sofa and released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike License. You can view this license here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/
You can find out more about Aristo by visiting http://cappuccino.org/aristo
Thanks to Alex MacCaw, who took the first crack at CSS-ifing Aristo: http://github.com/maccman/aristo