Description of problem:
Anything in <screen> tags is kind of ugly and doesn't stand out. Cf.
the Fedora site, including the Docs Guide.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Things in <screen> tags are rendered as a monospace font, but are not
eye-pleasing and don't stand out from the rest of the text when the
HTML is generated.
User input & computer output should be distinguishable from the rest
of the text more easily.
The CSS used on the Fedora site is appropriate and should be used in
the fedora-docs distribution.
Created attachment 102375 [details]
Patch to add better screen support for HTML generated from DocBook
This was duplicated from the Fedora site for consistency, and should probably
be subjected to some sort of legal review to determine whether we can use it
for FDL/GPL projects. Not sure to what extent that's even relevant, but
consider this a "just in case."
Good catch. Not sure why I didn't use that part of the css for the
fedora-docs module as well. I meant to copy over all the pretty CSS
Patch applied to fedora.css in CVS.
Ticket moved to allow products to be removed from BZ.