Anonymous avatar Anonymous committed ea3a903

- fix templates
- add autogrow feature for textarea (ala facebook)
- remove doubleclick, manage it on edit link

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friendpaste/config.py

 
 PROJECT_PATH = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))
 
-NODE_BENOITC = (platform.node() == 'marduk.metavers.net')
+NODE_BENOITC = (platform.node() == 'marduk')
 
 DEBUG=False
 if NODE_BENOITC:

friendpaste/snippets/views.py

 
 snippet_form = form.Form(
         form.Textbox("title"),
-        form.Textarea("snippet", id="snippet", class_="ui-wrapper", rows="8", cols="10"),
+        form.Textarea("snippet", id="snippet", class_="ui-wrapper expanding", cols="10"),
         form.Dropdown("language", LEXERS_CHOICE, value='text'),
         form.Hidden("parent"),
         )
         
         diff = diff_str(orig, cur)
 
-        from pygments import highlight, lexers, formatters
+        from pygments import highlight, lexers, formatters 
         lexer = lexers.get_lexer_by_name('diff')
         diff = highlight(diff, lexer,
                 formatters.HtmlFormatter(linenos=True, 

static/blueprint/ie.css

+/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+   Blueprint CSS Framework 0.7.1
+   http://blueprintcss.googlecode.com
+
+   * Copyright (c) 2007-2008. See LICENSE for more info.
+   * See README for instructions on how to use Blueprint.
+   * For credits and origins, see AUTHORS.
+   * This is a compressed file. See the sources in the 'src' directory.
+
+----------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* ie.css */
+body {text-align:center;}
+.container {text-align:left;}
+* html .column {overflow-x:hidden;}
+* html legend {margin:-18px -8px 16px 0;padding:0;}
+ol {margin-left:2em;}
+sup {vertical-align:text-top;}
+sub {vertical-align:text-bottom;}
+html>body p code {*white-space:normal;}
+hr {margin:-8px auto 11px;}

static/blueprint/plugins/fancy-type/readme.txt

+Fancy Type
+
+* Gives you classes to use if you'd like some 
+  extra fancy typography. 
+
+Credits and instructions are specified above each class
+in the fancy-type.css file in this directory.
+
+
+Usage
+----------------------------------------------------------------
+
+1) Add this plugin to lib/settings.yml.
+   See compress.rb for instructions.

static/blueprint/plugins/fancy-type/screen.css

+/* -------------------------------------------------------------- 
+  
+   fancy-type.css
+   * Lots of pretty advanced classes for manipulating text.
+   
+   See the Readme file in this folder for additional instructions.
+
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* Indentation instead of line shifts for sibling paragraphs. */
+   p + p { text-indent:2em; margin-top:-1.5em; }
+   form p + p  { text-indent: 0; } /* Don't want this in forms. */
+   
+
+/* For great looking type, use this code instead of asdf: 
+   <span class="alt">asdf</span>  
+   Best used on prepositions and ampersands. */
+  
+.alt { 
+  color: #666; 
+  font-family: "Warnock Pro", "Goudy Old Style","Palatino","Book Antiqua", Georgia, serif; 
+  font-style: italic;
+  font-weight: normal;
+}
+
+
+/* For great looking quote marks in titles, replace "asdf" with:
+   <span class="dquo">&#8220;</span>asdf&#8221;
+   (That is, when the title starts with a quote mark). 
+   (You may have to change this value depending on your font size). */  
+   
+.dquo { margin-left: -.5em; } 
+
+
+/* Reduced size type with incremental leading
+   (http://www.markboulton.co.uk/journal/comments/incremental_leading/)
+
+   This could be used for side notes. For smaller type, you don't necessarily want to 
+   follow the 1.5x vertical rhythm -- the line-height is too much. 
+   
+   Using this class, it reduces your font size and line-height so that for 
+   every four lines of normal sized type, there is five lines of the sidenote. eg:
+
+   New type size in em's:
+     10px (wanted side note size) / 12px (existing base size) = 0.8333 (new type size in ems)
+
+   New line-height value:
+     12px x 1.5 = 18px (old line-height)
+     18px x 4 = 72px 
+     72px / 5 = 14.4px (new line height)
+     14.4px / 10px = 1.44 (new line height in em's) */
+
+p.incr, .incr p {
+	font-size: 10px;
+	line-height: 1.44em;  
+	margin-bottom: 1.5em;
+}
+
+
+/* Surround uppercase words and abbreviations with this class.
+   Based on work by Jørgen Arnor Gårdsø Lom [http://twistedintellect.com/] */
+   
+.caps { 
+  font-variant: small-caps; 
+  letter-spacing: 1px; 
+  text-transform: lowercase; 
+  font-size:1.2em;
+  line-height:1%;
+  font-weight:bold;
+  padding:0 2px;
+}

static/blueprint/print.css

+/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+   Blueprint CSS Framework 0.7.1
+   http://blueprintcss.googlecode.com
+
+   * Copyright (c) 2007-2008. See LICENSE for more info.
+   * See README for instructions on how to use Blueprint.
+   * For credits and origins, see AUTHORS.
+   * This is a compressed file. See the sources in the 'src' directory.
+
+----------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* print.css */
+body {line-height:1.5;font-family:"Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;color:#000;background:none;font-size:10pt;}
+.container {background:none;}
+hr {background:#ccc;color:#ccc;width:100%;height:2px;margin:2em 0;padding:0;border:none;}
+hr.space {background:#fff;color:#fff;}
+h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 {font-family:"Helvetica Neue", Arial, "Lucida Grande", sans-serif;}
+code {font:.9em "Courier New", Monaco, Courier, monospace;}
+img {float:left;margin:1.5em 1.5em 1.5em 0;}
+a img {border:none;}
+p img.top {margin-top:0;}
+blockquote {margin:1.5em;padding:1em;font-style:italic;font-size:.9em;}
+.small {font-size:.9em;}
+.large {font-size:1.1em;}
+.quiet {color:#999;}
+.hide {display:none;}
+a:link, a:visited {background:transparent;font-weight:700;text-decoration:underline;}
+a:link:after, a:visited:after {content:" (" attr(href) ") ";font-size:90%;}

static/blueprint/screen.css

+/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+   Blueprint CSS Framework 0.7.1
+   http://blueprintcss.googlecode.com
+
+   * Copyright (c) 2007-2008. See LICENSE for more info.
+   * See README for instructions on how to use Blueprint.
+   * For credits and origins, see AUTHORS.
+   * This is a compressed file. See the sources in the 'src' directory.
+
+----------------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* reset.css */
+html, body, div, span, object, iframe, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, blockquote, pre, a, abbr, acronym, address, code, del, dfn, em, img, q, dl, dt, dd, ol, ul, li, fieldset, form, label, legend, table, caption, tbody, tfoot, thead, tr, th, td {margin:0;padding:0;border:0;font-weight:inherit;font-style:inherit;font-size:100%;font-family:inherit;vertical-align:baseline;}
+body {line-height:1.5;}
+table {border-collapse:separate;border-spacing:0;}
+caption, th, td {text-align:left;font-weight:normal;}
+table, td, th {vertical-align:middle;}
+blockquote:before, blockquote:after, q:before, q:after {content:"";}
+blockquote, q {quotes:"" "";}
+a img {border:none;}
+
+/* typography.css */
+body {font-size:75%;color:#222;background:#fff;font-family:"Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;}
+h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 {font-weight:normal;color:#111;}
+h1 {font-size:3em;line-height:1;margin-bottom:0.5em;}
+h2 {font-size:2em;margin-bottom:0.75em;}
+h3 {font-size:1.5em;line-height:1;margin-bottom:1em;}
+h4 {font-size:1.2em;line-height:1.25;margin-bottom:1.25em;height:1.25em;}
+h5 {font-size:1em;font-weight:bold;margin-bottom:1.5em;}
+h6 {font-size:1em;font-weight:bold;}
+h1 img, h2 img, h3 img, h4 img, h5 img, h6 img {margin:0;}
+p {margin:0 0 1.5em;}
+p img {float:left;margin:1.5em 1.5em 1.5em 0;padding:0;}
+p img.right {float:right;margin:1.5em 0 1.5em 1.5em;}
+a:focus, a:hover {color:#000;}
+a {color:#009;text-decoration:underline;}
+blockquote {margin:1.5em;color:#666;font-style:italic;}
+strong {font-weight:bold;}
+em, dfn {font-style:italic;}
+dfn {font-weight:bold;}
+sup, sub {line-height:0;}
+abbr, acronym {border-bottom:1px dotted #666;}
+address {margin:0 0 1.5em;font-style:italic;}
+del {color:#666;}
+pre, code {margin:1.5em 0;white-space:pre;}
+pre, code, tt {font:1em 'andale mono', 'lucida console', monospace;line-height:1.5;}
+li ul, li ol {margin:0 1.5em;}
+ul, ol {margin:0 1.5em 1.5em 1.5em;}
+ul {list-style-type:disc;}
+ol {list-style-type:decimal;}
+dl {margin:0 0 1.5em 0;}
+dl dt {font-weight:bold;}
+dd {margin-left:1.5em;}
+table {margin-bottom:1.4em;width:100%;}
+th {font-weight:bold;background:#C3D9FF;}
+th, td {padding:4px 10px 4px 5px;}
+tr.even td {background:#E5ECF9;}
+tfoot {font-style:italic;}
+caption {background:#eee;}
+.small {font-size:.8em;margin-bottom:1.875em;line-height:1.875em;}
+.large {font-size:1.2em;line-height:2.5em;margin-bottom:1.25em;}
+.hide {display:none;}
+.quiet {color:#666;}
+.loud {color:#000;}
+.highlight {background:#ff0;}
+.added {background:#060;color:#fff;}
+.removed {background:#900;color:#fff;}
+.first {margin-left:0;padding-left:0;}
+.last {margin-right:0;padding-right:0;}
+.top {margin-top:0;padding-top:0;}
+.bottom {margin-bottom:0;padding-bottom:0;}
+
+/* grid.css */
+.container {width:950px;margin:0 auto;}
+.showgrid {background:url(src/grid.png);}
+body {margin:1.5em 0;}
+div.span-1, div.span-2, div.span-3, div.span-4, div.span-5, div.span-6, div.span-7, div.span-8, div.span-9, div.span-10, div.span-11, div.span-12, div.span-13, div.span-14, div.span-15, div.span-16, div.span-17, div.span-18, div.span-19, div.span-20, div.span-21, div.span-22, div.span-23, div.span-24 {float:left;margin-right:10px;}
+div.last {margin-right:0;}
+.span-1 {width:30px;}
+.span-2 {width:70px;}
+.span-3 {width:110px;}
+.span-4 {width:150px;}
+.span-5 {width:190px;}
+.span-6 {width:230px;}
+.span-7 {width:270px;}
+.span-8 {width:310px;}
+.span-9 {width:350px;}
+.span-10 {width:390px;}
+.span-11 {width:430px;}
+.span-12 {width:470px;}
+.span-13 {width:510px;}
+.span-14 {width:550px;}
+.span-15 {width:590px;}
+.span-16 {width:630px;}
+.span-17 {width:670px;}
+.span-18 {width:710px;}
+.span-19 {width:750px;}
+.span-20 {width:790px;}
+.span-21 {width:830px;}
+.span-22 {width:870px;}
+.span-23 {width:910px;}
+.span-24, div.span-24 {width:950px;margin:0;}
+.append-1 {padding-right:40px;}
+.append-2 {padding-right:80px;}
+.append-3 {padding-right:120px;}
+.append-4 {padding-right:160px;}
+.append-5 {padding-right:200px;}
+.append-6 {padding-right:240px;}
+.append-7 {padding-right:280px;}
+.append-8 {padding-right:320px;}
+.append-9 {padding-right:360px;}
+.append-10 {padding-right:400px;}
+.append-11 {padding-right:440px;}
+.append-12 {padding-right:480px;}
+.append-13 {padding-right:520px;}
+.append-14 {padding-right:560px;}
+.append-15 {padding-right:600px;}
+.append-16 {padding-right:640px;}
+.append-17 {padding-right:680px;}
+.append-18 {padding-right:720px;}
+.append-19 {padding-right:760px;}
+.append-20 {padding-right:800px;}
+.append-21 {padding-right:840px;}
+.append-22 {padding-right:880px;}
+.append-23 {padding-right:920px;}
+.prepend-1 {padding-left:40px;}
+.prepend-2 {padding-left:80px;}
+.prepend-3 {padding-left:120px;}
+.prepend-4 {padding-left:160px;}
+.prepend-5 {padding-left:200px;}
+.prepend-6 {padding-left:240px;}
+.prepend-7 {padding-left:280px;}
+.prepend-8 {padding-left:320px;}
+.prepend-9 {padding-left:360px;}
+.prepend-10 {padding-left:400px;}
+.prepend-11 {padding-left:440px;}
+.prepend-12 {padding-left:480px;}
+.prepend-13 {padding-left:520px;}
+.prepend-14 {padding-left:560px;}
+.prepend-15 {padding-left:600px;}
+.prepend-16 {padding-left:640px;}
+.prepend-17 {padding-left:680px;}
+.prepend-18 {padding-left:720px;}
+.prepend-19 {padding-left:760px;}
+.prepend-20 {padding-left:800px;}
+.prepend-21 {padding-left:840px;}
+.prepend-22 {padding-left:880px;}
+.prepend-23 {padding-left:920px;}
+div.border {padding-right:4px;margin-right:5px;border-right:1px solid #eee;}
+div.colborder {padding-right:24px;margin-right:25px;border-right:1px solid #eee;}
+.pull-1 {margin-left:-40px;}
+.pull-2 {margin-left:-80px;}
+.pull-3 {margin-left:-120px;}
+.pull-4 {margin-left:-160px;}
+.pull-5 {margin-left:-200px;}
+.pull-6 {margin-left:-240px;}
+.pull-7 {margin-left:-280px;}
+.pull-8 {margin-left:-320px;}
+.pull-9 {margin-left:-360px;}
+.pull-10 {margin-left:-400px;}
+.pull-11 {margin-left:-440px;}
+.pull-12 {margin-left:-480px;}
+.pull-13 {margin-left:-520px;}
+.pull-14 {margin-left:-560px;}
+.pull-15 {margin-left:-600px;}
+.pull-16 {margin-left:-640px;}
+.pull-17 {margin-left:-680px;}
+.pull-18 {margin-left:-720px;}
+.pull-19 {margin-left:-760px;}
+.pull-20 {margin-left:-800px;}
+.pull-21 {margin-left:-840px;}
+.pull-22 {margin-left:-880px;}
+.pull-23 {margin-left:-920px;}
+.pull-24 {margin-left:-960px;}
+.pull-1, .pull-2, .pull-3, .pull-4, .pull-5, .pull-6, .pull-7, .pull-8, .pull-9, .pull-10, .pull-11, .pull-12, .pull-13, .pull-14, .pull-15, .pull-16, .pull-17, .pull-18, .pull-19, .pull-20, .pull-21, .pull-22, .pull-23, .pull-24 {float:left;position:relative;}
+.push-1 {margin:0 -40px 1.5em 40px;}
+.push-2 {margin:0 -80px 1.5em 80px;}
+.push-3 {margin:0 -120px 1.5em 120px;}
+.push-4 {margin:0 -160px 1.5em 160px;}
+.push-5 {margin:0 -200px 1.5em 200px;}
+.push-6 {margin:0 -240px 1.5em 240px;}
+.push-7 {margin:0 -280px 1.5em 280px;}
+.push-8 {margin:0 -320px 1.5em 320px;}
+.push-9 {margin:0 -360px 1.5em 360px;}
+.push-10 {margin:0 -400px 1.5em 400px;}
+.push-11 {margin:0 -440px 1.5em 440px;}
+.push-12 {margin:0 -480px 1.5em 480px;}
+.push-13 {margin:0 -520px 1.5em 520px;}
+.push-14 {margin:0 -560px 1.5em 560px;}
+.push-15 {margin:0 -600px 1.5em 600px;}
+.push-16 {margin:0 -640px 1.5em 640px;}
+.push-17 {margin:0 -680px 1.5em 680px;}
+.push-18 {margin:0 -720px 1.5em 720px;}
+.push-19 {margin:0 -760px 1.5em 760px;}
+.push-20 {margin:0 -800px 1.5em 800px;}
+.push-21 {margin:0 -840px 1.5em 840px;}
+.push-22 {margin:0 -880px 1.5em 880px;}
+.push-23 {margin:0 -920px 1.5em 920px;}
+.push-24 {margin:0 -960px 1.5em 960px;}
+.push-1, .push-2, .push-3, .push-4, .push-5, .push-6, .push-7, .push-8, .push-9, .push-10, .push-11, .push-12, .push-13, .push-14, .push-15, .push-16, .push-17, .push-18, .push-19, .push-20, .push-21, .push-22, .push-23, .push-24 {float:right;position:relative;}
+.box {padding:1.5em;margin-bottom:1.5em;background:#E5ECF9;}
+hr {background:#ddd;color:#ddd;clear:both;float:none;width:100%;height:.1em;margin:0 0 1.45em;border:none;}
+hr.space {background:#fff;color:#fff;}
+.clearfix:after, .container:after {content:".";display:block;height:0;clear:both;visibility:hidden;}
+.clearfix, .container {display:inline-block;}
+* html .clearfix, * html .container {height:1%;}
+.clearfix, .container {display:block;}
+.clear {clear:both;}
+
+/* forms.css */
+label {font-weight:bold;}
+fieldset {padding:1.4em;margin:0 0 1.5em 0;border:1px solid #ccc;}
+legend {font-weight:bold;font-size:1.2em;}
+input.text, input.title, textarea, select {margin:0.5em 0;border:1px solid #bbb;}
+input.text:focus, input.title:focus, textarea:focus, select:focus {border:1px solid #666;}
+input.text, input.title {width:300px;padding:5px;}
+input.title {font-size:1.5em;}
+textarea {width:390px;height:250px;padding:5px;}
+.error, .notice, .success {padding:.8em;margin-bottom:1em;border:2px solid #ddd;}
+.error {background:#FBE3E4;color:#8a1f11;border-color:#FBC2C4;}
+.notice {background:#FFF6BF;color:#514721;border-color:#FFD324;}
+.success {background:#E6EFC2;color:#264409;border-color:#C6D880;}
+.error a {color:#8a1f11;}
+.notice a {color:#514721;}
+.success a {color:#264409;}

static/blueprint/src/forms.css

+/* -------------------------------------------------------------- 
+   
+   forms.css
+   * Sets up some default styling for forms
+   * Gives you classes to enhance your forms
+   
+   Usage:
+   * For text fields, use class .title or .text
+   
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+label       { font-weight: bold; }
+fieldset    { padding:1.4em; margin: 0 0 1.5em 0; border: 1px solid #ccc; }
+legend      { font-weight: bold; font-size:1.2em; }
+
+
+/* Form fields
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+input.text, input.title,
+textarea, select {
+  margin:0.5em 0;
+  border:1px solid #bbb;
+}
+
+input.text:focus, input.title:focus,
+textarea:focus, select:focus {
+  border:1px solid #666;
+}
+
+input.text, 
+input.title   { width: 300px; padding:5px; }
+input.title   { font-size:1.5em; }
+textarea      { width: 390px; height: 250px; padding:5px; }
+
+
+/* Success, notice and error boxes
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+.error,
+.notice, 
+.success    { padding: .8em; margin-bottom: 1em; border: 2px solid #ddd; }
+
+.error      { background: #FBE3E4; color: #8a1f11; border-color: #FBC2C4; }
+.notice     { background: #FFF6BF; color: #514721; border-color: #FFD324; }
+.success    { background: #E6EFC2; color: #264409; border-color: #C6D880; }
+.error a    { color: #8a1f11; }
+.notice a   { color: #514721; }
+.success a  { color: #264409; }

static/blueprint/src/grid.css

+/* -------------------------------------------------------------- 
+   
+   grid.css
+   * Sets up an easy-to-use grid of 24 columns.
+   
+   By default, the grid is 950px wide, with 24 columns 
+   spanning 30px, and a 10px margin between columns.
+   
+   If you need fewer or more columns, namespaces or semantic
+   element names, use the compressor script (lib/compress.rb)
+   
+   Note: Changes made in this file will not be applied when
+   using the compressor: make changes in lib/blueprint/grid.css.rb
+   
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* A container should group all your columns. */
+.container {
+  width: 950px;
+  margin: 0 auto;
+}
+
+/* Use this class on any div.span / container to see the grid. */
+.showgrid { 
+  background: url(src/grid.png); 
+}
+
+/* Body margin for a sensile default look. */
+body {
+  margin:1.5em 0;	
+}
+
+
+/* Columns
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* Sets up basic grid floating and margin. */
+div.span-1, div.span-2, div.span-3, div.span-4, div.span-5, 
+div.span-6, div.span-7, div.span-8, div.span-9, div.span-10, 
+div.span-11, div.span-12, div.span-13, div.span-14, div.span-15, 
+div.span-16, div.span-17, div.span-18, div.span-19, div.span-20, 
+div.span-21, div.span-22, div.span-23, div.span-24 {
+  float: left;
+  margin-right: 10px; 
+}
+
+/* The last column in a row needs this class. */
+div.last { margin-right: 0; }
+
+/* Use these classes to set the width of a column. */
+.span-1  { width: 30px; }
+.span-2  { width: 70px; }
+.span-3  { width: 110px; }
+.span-4  { width: 150px; }
+.span-5  { width: 190px; }
+.span-6  { width: 230px; }
+.span-7  { width: 270px; }
+.span-8  { width: 310px; }
+.span-9  { width: 350px; }
+.span-10 { width: 390px; }
+.span-11 { width: 430px; }
+.span-12 { width: 470px; }
+.span-13 { width: 510px; }
+.span-14 { width: 550px; }
+.span-15 { width: 590px; }
+.span-16 { width: 630px; }
+.span-17 { width: 670px; }
+.span-18 { width: 710px; }
+.span-19 { width: 750px; }
+.span-20 { width: 790px; }
+.span-21 { width: 830px; }
+.span-22 { width: 870px; }
+.span-23 { width: 910px; }
+.span-24, div.span-24 { width: 950px; margin: 0; }
+
+/* Add these to a column to append empty cols. */
+.append-1  { padding-right: 40px; }  
+.append-2  { padding-right: 80px; } 
+.append-3  { padding-right: 120px; } 
+.append-4  { padding-right: 160px; } 
+.append-5  { padding-right: 200px; } 
+.append-6  { padding-right: 240px; } 
+.append-7  { padding-right: 280px; } 
+.append-8  { padding-right: 320px; } 
+.append-9  { padding-right: 360px; } 
+.append-10 { padding-right: 400px; } 
+.append-11 { padding-right: 440px; } 
+.append-12 { padding-right: 480px; } 
+.append-13 { padding-right: 520px; } 
+.append-14 { padding-right: 560px; } 
+.append-15 { padding-right: 600px; } 
+.append-16 { padding-right: 640px; } 
+.append-17 { padding-right: 680px; } 
+.append-18 { padding-right: 720px; } 
+.append-19 { padding-right: 760px; } 
+.append-20 { padding-right: 800px; } 
+.append-21 { padding-right: 840px; } 
+.append-22 { padding-right: 880px; } 
+.append-23 { padding-right: 920px; } 
+
+/* Add these to a column to prepend empty cols. */
+.prepend-1  { padding-left: 40px; }  
+.prepend-2  { padding-left: 80px; } 
+.prepend-3  { padding-left: 120px; } 
+.prepend-4  { padding-left: 160px; } 
+.prepend-5  { padding-left: 200px; } 
+.prepend-6  { padding-left: 240px; } 
+.prepend-7  { padding-left: 280px; } 
+.prepend-8  { padding-left: 320px; } 
+.prepend-9  { padding-left: 360px; } 
+.prepend-10 { padding-left: 400px; } 
+.prepend-11 { padding-left: 440px; } 
+.prepend-12 { padding-left: 480px; } 
+.prepend-13 { padding-left: 520px; } 
+.prepend-14 { padding-left: 560px; } 
+.prepend-15 { padding-left: 600px; } 
+.prepend-16 { padding-left: 640px; } 
+.prepend-17 { padding-left: 680px; } 
+.prepend-18 { padding-left: 720px; } 
+.prepend-19 { padding-left: 760px; } 
+.prepend-20 { padding-left: 800px; } 
+.prepend-21 { padding-left: 840px; } 
+.prepend-22 { padding-left: 880px; } 
+.prepend-23 { padding-left: 920px; } 
+
+
+/* Border on right hand side of a column. */
+div.border {
+  padding-right: 4px;
+  margin-right: 5px;
+  border-right: 1px solid #eee;
+}
+
+/* Border with more whitespace, spans one column. */
+div.colborder {
+  padding-right: 24px;
+  margin-right: 25px;
+  border-right: 1px solid #eee;
+}
+
+
+/* Use these classes on an element to push it into the 
+   next column, or to pull it into the previous column.  */
+
+.pull-1 { margin-left: -40px; }
+.pull-2 { margin-left: -80px; }
+.pull-3 { margin-left: -120px; }
+.pull-4 { margin-left: -160px; }
+.pull-5 { margin-left: -200px; }
+
+.pull-1, .pull-2, .pull-3, 
+.pull-4, .pull-5, .pull-5 {
+  float:left;
+	position:relative;
+}
+
+.push-1 { margin: 0 -40px 1.5em 40px; }
+.push-2 { margin: 0 -80px 1.5em 80px; }
+.push-3 { margin: 0 -120px 1.5em 120px; }
+.push-4 { margin: 0 -160px 1.5em 160px; }
+.push-5 { margin: 0 -200px 1.5em 200px; }
+
+.push-0, .push-1, .push-2, 
+.push-3, .push-4, .push-5 { 
+  float: right;
+	position:relative;
+}
+
+
+/* Misc classes and elements
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* Use a .box to create a padded box inside a column.  */ 
+.box { 
+  padding: 1.5em; 
+  margin-bottom: 1.5em; 
+  background: #E5ECF9; 
+}
+
+/* Use this to create a horizontal ruler across a column. */
+hr {
+  background: #ddd; 
+  color: #ddd;
+  clear: both; 
+  float: none; 
+  width: 100%; 
+  height: .1em;
+  margin: 0 0 1.45em;
+  border: none; 
+}
+hr.space {
+  background: #fff;
+  color: #fff;
+}
+
+
+/* Clearing floats without extra markup
+   Based on How To Clear Floats Without Structural Markup by PiE
+   [http://www.positioniseverything.net/easyclearing.html] */
+
+.clearfix:after, .container:after {
+    content: "."; 
+    display: block; 
+    height: 0; 
+    clear: both; 
+    visibility: hidden;
+}
+.clearfix, .container {display: inline-block;}
+* html .clearfix,
+* html .container {height: 1%;}
+.clearfix, .container {display: block;}
+
+/* Regular clearing
+   apply to column that should drop below previous ones. */
+
+.clear { clear:both; }
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+/* -------------------------------------------------------------- 
+   
+   ie.css
+   
+   Contains every hack for Internet Explorer,
+   so that our core files stay sweet and nimble.
+   
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* Make sure the layout is centered in IE5 */
+body { text-align: center; }
+.container { text-align: left; }
+
+/* Fixes IE margin bugs */
+* html .column { overflow-x: hidden; }
+
+
+/* Elements
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* Fixes incorrect styling of legend in IE6. */
+* html legend { margin:-18px -8px 16px 0; padding:0; }
+
+/* Fixes incorrect placement of ol numbers in IE6/7. */
+ol { margin-left:2em; }
+
+/* Fixes wrong line-height on sup/sub in IE. */
+sup { vertical-align: text-top; }
+sub { vertical-align: text-bottom; }
+
+/* Fixes IE7 missing wrapping of code elements. */
+html>body p code { *white-space: normal; } 
+
+/* IE 6&7 has problems with setting proper <hr> margins. */
+hr  { margin: -8px auto 11px; }

static/blueprint/src/print.css

+/* -------------------------------------------------------------- 
+  
+   print.css
+   * Gives you some sensible styles for printing pages.
+   * See Readme file in this directory for further instructions.
+      
+   Some additions you'll want to make, customized to your markup:
+   #header, #footer, #navigation { display:none; }
+   
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+body {
+  line-height: 1.5;
+  font-family: "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;   
+  color:#000;
+  background: none;
+  font-size: 10pt;
+}
+
+
+/* Layout
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+.container {
+  background: none;
+}
+
+hr { 
+  background:#ccc; 
+  color:#ccc;
+  width:100%;
+  height:2px;
+  margin:2em 0;
+  padding:0;
+  border:none;
+}
+hr.space {
+  background: #fff;
+  color: #fff;
+}
+
+
+/* Text
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+h1,h2,h3,h4,h5,h6 { font-family: "Helvetica Neue", Arial, "Lucida Grande", sans-serif; }
+code { font:.9em "Courier New", Monaco, Courier, monospace; } 
+
+img { float:left; margin:1.5em 1.5em 1.5em 0; }
+a img { border:none; }
+p img.top { margin-top: 0; }
+
+blockquote {
+  margin:1.5em;
+  padding:1em;
+  font-style:italic;
+  font-size:.9em;
+}
+
+.small  { font-size: .9em; }
+.large  { font-size: 1.1em; }
+.quiet  { color: #999; }
+.hide   { display:none; }
+
+
+/* Links
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+a:link, a:visited {
+  background: transparent;
+  font-weight:700;
+  text-decoration: underline;
+}
+
+a:link:after, a:visited:after {
+  content: " (" attr(href) ") ";
+  font-size: 90%;
+}
+
+/* If you're having trouble printing relative links, uncomment and customize this:
+   (note: This is valid CSS3, but it still won't go through the W3C CSS Validator) */
+
+/* a[href^="/"]:after {
+  content: " (http://www.yourdomain.com" attr(href) ") ";
+} */

static/blueprint/src/reset.css

+/* -------------------------------------------------------------- 
+  
+   reset.css
+   * Resets default browser CSS.
+   
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+html, body, div, span, object, iframe,
+h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, blockquote, pre,
+a, abbr, acronym, address, code,
+del, dfn, em, img, q, dl, dt, dd, ol, ul, li,
+fieldset, form, label, legend,
+table, caption, tbody, tfoot, thead, tr, th, td {
+  margin: 0;
+  padding: 0;
+  border: 0;
+  font-weight: inherit;
+  font-style: inherit;
+  font-size: 100%;
+  font-family: inherit;
+  vertical-align: baseline;
+}
+
+body { 
+  line-height: 1.5; 
+}
+
+/* Tables still need 'cellspacing="0"' in the markup. */
+table { border-collapse: separate; border-spacing: 0; }
+caption, th, td { text-align: left; font-weight: normal; }
+table, td, th { vertical-align: middle; }
+
+/* Remove possible quote marks (") from <q>, <blockquote>. */
+blockquote:before, blockquote:after, q:before, q:after { content: ""; }
+blockquote, q { quotes: "" ""; }
+
+/* Remove annoying border on linked images. */
+a img { border: none; }

static/blueprint/src/typography.css

+/* -------------------------------------------------------------- 
+   
+   typography.css
+   * Sets up some sensible default typography.
+      
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+/* Default font settings. 
+   The font-size percentage is of 16px. (0.75 * 16px = 12px) */
+body { 
+  font-size: 75%;
+  color: #222; 
+  background: #fff;
+  font-family: "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
+}
+
+
+/* Headings
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+h1,h2,h3,h4,h5,h6 { font-weight: normal; color: #111; }
+
+h1 { font-size: 3em; line-height: 1; margin-bottom: 0.5em; }
+h2 { font-size: 2em; margin-bottom: 0.75em; }
+h3 { font-size: 1.5em; line-height: 1; margin-bottom: 1em; }
+h4 { font-size: 1.2em; line-height: 1.25; margin-bottom: 1.25em; height: 1.25em; }
+h5 { font-size: 1em; font-weight: bold; margin-bottom: 1.5em; }
+h6 { font-size: 1em; font-weight: bold; }
+
+h1 img, h2 img, h3 img, 
+h4 img, h5 img, h6 img {
+  margin: 0;
+}
+
+
+/* Text elements
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+p           { margin: 0 0 1.5em; }
+p img       { float: left; margin: 1.5em 1.5em 1.5em 0; padding: 0; }
+p img.right { float: right; margin: 1.5em 0 1.5em 1.5em; }
+
+a:focus, 
+a:hover     { color: #000; }
+a           { color: #009; text-decoration: underline; }
+
+blockquote  { margin: 1.5em; color: #666; font-style: italic; }
+strong      { font-weight: bold; }
+em,dfn      { font-style: italic; }
+dfn         { font-weight: bold; }
+sup, sub    { line-height: 0; }
+
+abbr, 
+acronym     { border-bottom: 1px dotted #666; }
+address     { margin: 0 0 1.5em; font-style: italic; }
+del         { color:#666; }
+
+pre,code    { margin: 1.5em 0; white-space: pre; }
+pre,code,tt { font: 1em 'andale mono', 'lucida console', monospace; line-height: 1.5; } 
+
+
+/* Lists
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+li ul, 
+li ol       { margin:0 1.5em; }
+ul, ol      { margin: 0 1.5em 1.5em 1.5em; }
+
+ul          { list-style-type: disc; }
+ol          { list-style-type: decimal; }
+
+dl          { margin: 0 0 1.5em 0; }
+dl dt       { font-weight: bold; }
+dd          { margin-left: 1.5em;}
+
+
+/* Tables
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+table       { margin-bottom: 1.4em; width:100%; }
+th          { font-weight: bold; background: #C3D9FF; }
+th,td       { padding: 4px 10px 4px 5px; }
+tr.even td  { background: #E5ECF9; }
+tfoot       { font-style: italic; }
+caption     { background: #eee; }
+
+
+/* Misc classes
+-------------------------------------------------------------- */
+
+.small      { font-size: .8em; margin-bottom: 1.875em; line-height: 1.875em; }
+.large      { font-size: 1.2em; line-height: 2.5em; margin-bottom: 1.25em; }
+.hide       { display: none; }
+
+.quiet      { color: #666; }
+.loud       { color: #000; }
+.highlight  { background:#ff0; }
+.added      { background:#060; color: #fff; }
+.removed    { background:#900; color: #fff; }
+
+.first      { margin-left:0; padding-left:0; }
+.last       { margin-right:0; padding-right:0; }
+.top        { margin-top:0; padding-top:0; }
+.bottom     { margin-bottom:0; padding-bottom:0; }

static/css/base.css

 
 .content { padding-left: 50px; }
 
+
 #header { height: 40px; background: #d9e5eb; padding-left: 50px;}
 #footer { width: 100%; padding: 10px 0 0 50px; }
 
 input[type="button"]:hover,
 input[type="submit"]:hover,
 input[type="reset"]:hover {
-	background: #fe8900 url(../images/boutonAbg-2s.gif) bottom repeat-x transparent;
+	background: #fe8900 url(../images/boutonAbg-2s.gif) bottom repeat-x;
 	cursor: pointer;
 	color: #000;
 	}
 
 #snippet-edit, #snippet-detail, #snippet-diff { position: relative; width: 95%; }
 #snippet { width: 95%; height: 250px; }
+
+
+textarea.expanding {
+	line-height: 18px;
+    min-height: 240px;
+    height:240px;
+}
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-		return this.each(function(){
-			jQuery(this).wrapAll(html);
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-	append: function() {
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-	prepend: function() {
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-		return this.domManip(arguments, false, 1, function(a){
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-	find: function(t) {
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-		if (events === true)
-			this.find("*").andSelf().each(function(i) {
-				var events = jQuery.data(this, "events");
-				for ( var type in events )
-					for ( var handler in events[type] )
-						jQuery.event.add(clone[i], type, events[type][handler], events[type][handler].data);
-			});
-
-		// Return the cloned set
-		return ret;
-	},
-
-	filter: function(t) {
-		return this.pushStack(
-			jQuery.isFunction( t ) &&
-			jQuery.grep(this, function(el, index){
-				return t.apply(el, [index]);
-			}) ||
-
-			jQuery.multiFilter(t,this) );
-	},
-
-	not: function(t) {
-		return this.pushStack(
-			t.constructor == String &&
-			jQuery.multiFilter(t, this, true) ||
-
-			jQuery.grep(this, function(a) {
-				return ( t.constructor == Array || t.jquery )
-					? jQuery.inArray( a, t ) < 0
-					: a != t;
-			})
-		);
-	},
-
-	add: function(t) {
-		return this.pushStack( jQuery.merge(
-			this.get(),
-			t.constructor == String ?
-				jQuery(t).get() :
-				t.length != undefined && (!t.nodeName || jQuery.nodeName(t, "form")) ?
-					t : [t] )
-		);
-	},
-
-	is: function(expr) {
-		return expr ? jQuery.multiFilter(expr,this).length > 0 : false;
-	},
-
-	hasClass: function(expr) {
-		return this.is("." + expr);
-	},
-	
-	val: function( val ) {
-		if ( val == undefined ) {
-			if ( this.length ) {
-				var elem = this[0];
-		    	
-				// We need to handle select boxes special
-				if ( jQuery.nodeName(elem, "select") ) {
-					var index = elem.selectedIndex,
-						a = [],
-						options = elem.options,
-						one = elem.type == "select-one";
-					
-					// Nothing was selected
-					if ( index < 0 )
-						return null;
-
-					// Loop through all the selected options
-					for ( var i = one ? index : 0, max = one ? index + 1 : options.length; i < max; i++ ) {
-						var option = options[i];
-						if ( option.selected ) {
-							// Get the specifc value for the option
-							var val = jQuery.browser.msie && !option.attributes["value"].specified ? option.text : option.value;
-							
-							// We don't need an array for one selects
-							if ( one )
-								return val;
-							
-							// Multi-Selects return an array
-							a.push(val);
-						}
-					}
-					
-					return a;
-					
-				// Everything else, we just grab the value
-				} else
-					return this[0].value.replace(/\r/g, "");
-			}
-		} else
-			return this.each(function(){
-				if ( val.constructor == Array && /radio|checkbox/.test(this.type) )
-					this.checked = (jQuery.inArray(this.value, val) >= 0 ||
-						jQuery.inArray(this.name, val) >= 0);
-				else if ( jQuery.nodeName(this, "select") ) {
-					var tmp = val.constructor == Array ? val : [val];
-
-					jQuery("option", this).each(function(){
-						this.selected = (jQuery.inArray(this.value, tmp) >= 0 ||
-						jQuery.inArray(this.text, tmp) >= 0);
-					});
-
-					if ( !tmp.length )
-						this.selectedIndex = -1;
-				} else
-					this.value = val;
-			});
-	},
-	
-	html: function( val ) {
-		return val == undefined ?
-			( this.length ? this[0].innerHTML : null ) :
-			this.empty().append( val );
-	},
-
-	replaceWith: function( val ) {
-		return this.after( val ).remove();
-	},
-
-	eq: function(i){
-		return this.slice(i, i+1);
-	},
-
-	slice: function() {
-		return this.pushStack( Array.prototype.slice.apply( this, arguments ) );
-	},
-
-	map: function(fn) {
-		return this.pushStack(jQuery.map( this, function(elem,i){
-			return fn.call( elem, i, elem );
-		}));
-	},
-
-	andSelf: function() {
-		return this.add( this.prevObject );
-	},
-	
-	domManip: function(args, table, dir, fn) {
-		var clone = this.length > 1, a; 
-
-		return this.each(function(){
-			if ( !a ) {
-				a = jQuery.clean(args, this.ownerDocument);
-				if ( dir < 0 )
-					a.reverse();
-			}
-
-			var obj = this;
-
-			if ( table && jQuery.nodeName(this, "table") && jQuery.nodeName(a[0], "tr") )
-				obj = this.getElementsByTagName("tbody")[0] || this.appendChild(document.createElement("tbody"));
-
-			jQuery.each( a, function(){
-				var elem = clone ? this.cloneNode(true) : this;
-				if ( !evalScript(0, elem) )
-					fn.call( obj, elem );
-			});
-		});
-	}
-};
-
-function evalScript(i, elem){
-	var script = jQuery.nodeName(elem, "script");
-
-	if ( script ) {
-		if ( elem.src )
-			jQuery.ajax({ url: elem.src, async: false, dataType: "script" });
-		else
-			jQuery.globalEval( elem.text || elem.textContent || elem.innerHTML || "" );
-	
-		if ( elem.parentNode )
-			elem.parentNode.removeChild(elem);
-
-	} else if ( elem.nodeType == 1 )
-    jQuery("script", elem).each(evalScript);
-
-	return script;
-}
-
-jQuery.extend = jQuery.fn.extend = function() {
-	// copy reference to target object
-	var target = arguments[0] || {}, a = 1, al = arguments.length, deep = false;
-
-	// Handle a deep copy situation
-	if ( target.constructor == Boolean ) {
-		deep = target;
-		target = arguments[1] || {};
-	}
-
-	// extend jQuery itself if only one argument is passed
-	if ( al == 1 ) {
-		target = this;
-		a = 0;
-	}
-
-	var prop;
-
-	for ( ; a < al; a++ )
-		// Only deal with non-null/undefined values
-		if ( (prop = arguments[a]) != null )
-			// Extend the base object
-			for ( var i in prop ) {
-				// Prevent never-ending loop
-				if ( target == prop[i] )
-					continue;
-
-				// Recurse if we're merging object values
-				if ( deep && typeof prop[i] == 'object' && target[i] )
-					jQuery.extend( target[i], prop[i] );
-
-				// Don't bring in undefined values
-				else if ( prop[i] != undefined )
-					target[i] = prop[i];
-			}
-
-	// Return the modified object
-	return target;
-};
-
-var expando = "jQuery" + (new Date()).getTime(), uuid = 0, win = {};
-
-jQuery.extend({
-	noConflict: function(deep) {
-		window.$ = _$;
-		if ( deep )
-			window.jQuery = _jQuery;
-		return jQuery;
-	},
-
-	// This may seem like some crazy code, but trust me when I say that this
-	// is the only cross-browser way to do this. --John
-	isFunction: function( fn ) {
-		return !!fn && typeof fn != "string" && !fn.nodeName && 
-			fn.constructor != Array && /function/i.test( fn + "" );
-	},
-	
-	// check if an element is in a XML document
-	isXMLDoc: function(elem) {
-		return elem.documentElement && !elem.body ||
-			elem.tagName && elem.ownerDocument && !elem.ownerDocument.body;
-	},
-
-	// Evalulates a script in a global context
-	// Evaluates Async. in Safari 2 :-(
-	globalEval: function( data ) {
-		data = jQuery.trim( data );
-		if ( data ) {
-			if ( window.execScript )
-				window.execScript( data );
-			else if ( jQuery.browser.safari )
-				// safari doesn't provide a synchronous global eval
-				window.setTimeout( data, 0 );
-			else
-				eval.call( window, data );
-		}
-	},
-
-	nodeName: function( elem, name ) {
-		return elem.nodeName && elem.nodeName.toUpperCase() == name.toUpperCase();
-	},
-	
-	cache: {},
-	
-	data: function( elem, name, data ) {
-		elem = elem == window ? win : elem;
-
-		var id = elem[ expando ];
-
-		// Compute a unique ID for the element
-		if ( !id ) 
-			id = elem[ expando ] = ++uuid;
-
-		// Only generate the data cache if we're
-		// trying to access or manipulate it
-		if ( name && !jQuery.cache[ id ] )
-			jQuery.cache[ id ] = {};
-		
-		// Prevent overriding the named cache with undefined values