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Templates/styling discrepancies #84

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Fastidious opened this issue Mar 20, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented Mar 20, 2019

Using https://blog.lrhale.com/ as an example. If you click/press on "About," see how the font and template itself is different from the one used on the main page? Same when an entry's title is clicked/pressed. Is it possible to keep formatting and styles consistent? If so, how?

@thebaer thebaer added the design label Mar 20, 2019

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commented Mar 20, 2019

There are a few issues here:

  • The default styles are different between the blog index and individual blog posts (the About static page and individual posts use the same template)
    • One reason it's done this way is that we want the blog header to display differently between these two templates
  • Also, the blog uses a custom stylesheet that doesn't apply the same styles to individual posts and the blog index.

As mentioned in #82, we need to refactor the CSS to be more consistent in how the post body is displayed, because there shouldn't be such a difference, and custom styling should be easier. Thanks for mentioning this

@thebaer thebaer self-assigned this Jun 1, 2019

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commented Jun 1, 2019

Closed by #115. But let me know if there are still any discrepancies we should address, @Fastidious.

@thebaer thebaer closed this Jun 1, 2019

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