This came up on discussion over on openguides-oxford. We'd like to be
able to put a distinctive style on pages for places that have now
closed. Rather than hardcoding this for a "Closed" or "Now Closed"
category, Dom and I thought a better solution would be to simply add
classes for all categories and locales that a page is in.
So for example,
would have HTML:
<div id="content" class="cat:baby_changing_facilities cat:free_wifi cat:pubs
cat:restaurants cat:wifi loc:park_end_street loc:west_central">
rather than the simple <div id="content"> that's currently there.
On Sat 10 Mar 2012, Dominic Hargreaves <dom(a)earth.li> wrote:
> Based on our discussions in Oxford I think we have a plan to go ahead
> with a GMaps 3 update in any case.
Yep, though having talked briefly to Duncan Parkes a couple of days
later, I think Leaflet may be less hassle to get up and running than
I'd expected - he said that from the point he started looking at the
documentation, it only took him about 10 minutes to get something
working! So I'm going to look at that properly (at some point within
the next week) before I make the final decision.
I've cced this to openguides-dev as it's relevant to other guides too.