in jasmine's CSS file there's some code which affects the body, this interferes with the style of the page your testing. Jasmines CSS should only effect Jasmines elements i think.
Stop Jasmine's CSS affecting the style of the body tag
I suspect this change represents a regression in the appearance of the reporter. Happy to see jasmine not put styles on the body directly, but the reporter should generally look the same.
Would also like to see jasmine reporter classes prefixed with a jasmine_, if you're interested.
Keep original html reporter style
namespace html-reporter -> jasmine_html-reporter
Looks pretty close to the original style with the additional commits and thanks for adding the jasmine_ prefix.
The only noticeable difference is the default 8px margin that the browsers add which puts a white frame around the reporter. Negative margin of -8px makes it look back to normal in all browsers while allowing space for "jasmine_content" (if using the jasmine gem or something similar). I'm not sure how I feel about the negative margin but maybe this a good use case for it? Maybe I'm too caught up on the white frame but it does look quite a bit nicer without it. Any thoughts @lee101, @ragaskar?
I'm fine with a negative margin if that's what keeps things as expected.
Cool, merged in with the negative margin then. Hopefully that works out (visually seems fine at the moment).
Thanks to learning waffle.io, this got re-opened.