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Re: [Koha-devel] form buttons Vs simple links

From: Joshua Ferraro
Subject: Re: [Koha-devel] form buttons Vs simple links
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 06:04:40 -0800
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On Fri, Mar 31, 2006 at 03:50:24PM +0200, Pierrick LE GALL wrote:
> I've started to work on Koha HEAD templates and my first remark is
> about links. Why links are replaced by form buttons? This construction
> is complicated and against semantic.
Are you working with PROG templates?

> In my opinion, for action links, we could have icons. For example in
> members/moremember, instead of a vertical list of possible action on
> the borrower, we could have a text-align:center horizontal list
> (display:inline) of pretty icons (there are plenty beautiful icons
> available for free applications like Koha). A tool tip for each icon
> giving details on each action.
> I don't know/understand the reasons why buttons where choosen instead
> of normal links to do links job, but I would be happy to have
> information :-) (found nothing in IRC logs and koha-devel archives).
The only problem with icons is that they often include text which must
be translated. If you can find icons that won't include text to 
include I'm all for it.


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