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File: installation-and-documentation/assets/blueprint-css/plugins/fancy-type/screen.css
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Description: v.1.0.0
Class: PHP Mail Queue Class
Add mail messages to a queue to deliver them later
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Date: 7 years ago
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/* -------------------------------------------------------------- fancy-type.css * Lots of pretty advanced classes for manipulating text. See the Readme file in this folder for additional instructions. -------------------------------------------------------------- */ /* Indentation instead of line shifts for sibling paragraphs. */ /* p + p { text-indent:2em; margin-top:-1.5em; } */ form p + p { text-indent: 0; } /* Don't want this in forms. */ /* For great looking type, use this code instead of asdf: <span class="alt">asdf</span> Best used on prepositions and ampersands. */ .alt { color: #666; font-family: "Warnock Pro", "Goudy Old Style","Palatino","Book Antiqua", Georgia, serif; font-style: italic; font-weight: normal; } /* For great looking quote marks in titles, replace "asdf" with: <span class="dquo">&#8220;</span>asdf&#8221; (That is, when the title starts with a quote mark). (You may have to change this value depending on your font size). */ .dquo { margin-left: -.5em; } /* Reduced size type with incremental leading ( This could be used for side notes. For smaller type, you don't necessarily want to follow the 1.5x vertical rhythm -- the line-height is too much. Using this class, it reduces your font size and line-height so that for every four lines of normal sized type, there is five lines of the sidenote. eg: New type size in em's: 10px (wanted side note size) / 12px (existing base size) = 0.8333 (new type size in ems) New line-height value: 12px x 1.5 = 18px (old line-height) 18px x 4 = 72px 72px / 5 = 14.4px (new line height) 14.4px / 10px = 1.44 (new line height in em's) */ p.incr, .incr p { font-size: 10px; line-height: 1.44em; margin-bottom: 1.5em; } /* Surround uppercase words and abbreviations with this class. Based on work by Jørgen Arnor Gårdsø Lom [] */ .caps { font-variant: small-caps; letter-spacing: 1px; text-transform: lowercase; font-size:1.2em; line-height:1%; font-weight:bold; padding:0 2px; }