Comments are no problem, that's what I'm asking for and without comments I will continue what I think is best.Nameless wrote:Well, you asked for opinions earlier and quite frankly, I don't like the new datagrid.Inferno wrote: Current devopment looks like this:
Can you explain this one?Not only will it be harder to maintain a single theme throughout the complete site, but it makes one page look bulky and all other pages delicate.
If you look on this page, you can see the table integrated: http://rob.lensen.nu/duiken (not complete yet, but just to give you an idea)
I disagree this one, since changing things with smarty is really easy if you compare makeing changes in old version. In the old version you had to make changes in php code, now you can just edit html code.I really liked the original simple layout and adding another framework (you did add Smarty before) makes things difficult for those who would like to contribute to the project (like me) but don't have the time to learn how to use that framework (like me).
Agree, however before makeing such improvement, the base has to be good. That's why I started this way.I would prefer leaving the layout as simple as possible. That would leave room for the simple and fast development of different themes and it would free time for 'real' improvements like e.g. multiuser support, which I find more important than the look of a single table...
So if more people don't want the grid layout, Iwill revert to the simple table layout with smarty template (I love subversion...). I can also implement an choice option, so you can choose between grid and simple table.
I really appreciate comments!