5 comments

  • Jake PetersonJake Peterson, 4 months ago

    Looks nice, can't wait to try it out on a future project.

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  • Frank LämmerFrank Lämmer, 4 months ago

    Hello DN, Teutonic is my first OS project. It aims to be between something between Tailwind CSS and Bulma (any maybe Bootstrap). Your feedback is highly welcome.

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    • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 4 months ago

      One bit of feedback is that on a lot of components that should be examples of functionality (i.e. the 'tabs' section under /examples/components) are just linking to href="#", which makes the browser jump to the top of the page.

      I'd probably make them not link to #. Or even better, maybe make them functional, so you can see the tab interaction :)

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      • Stuart McCoyStuart McCoy, 4 months ago

        I know there are a LOT of opinions abut this out there (it is HTML/CSS after all) but I've always used a href="javascript:void(0)" in links that need to do something other than actually link somewhere.

        I really wish the W3C would update a href to include a way to create a valid link that can function as a tab or other UI convention but not force me to jump through weird hoops like this that violate standards or might cause other problems. Maybe a nohref attribute might work and make it easier to implement without the need to create a whole new tag?

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        • Frank LämmerFrank Lämmer, 3 months ago

          Sorry for the late reply, haven't followed up here. Thanks for the cool feedback. 100% with it. Jumping anchors suck. Teutonic is CSS-only. So I don't want to include much dummy code. javascript:void() is OK, but a better standard would be better. Thanks again. Will consider.

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