Talk:Druid (Evaluational Base Class Layout)/Template highlighting
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It seems to me that anything that's important enough for you to draw the reader's attention to it with a banner is also important enough to use the coloring of class="even". However, it's not "even" in any sense, so there should be another class definition, perhaps class="banner" or class="highlight". --Cúthalion 20:09, 2 April 2007 (MDT)
- Class="even" started when the class="d20" table came around. Class="even" was made to say "On every even level of a class put class="even". Now-a-days, with the implementation of class="d20" tables everywhere the class="even" is a little weird however I do not think it is worth the work to change all the tables. I think class="even" is okay to keep. --Green Dragon 14:31, 5 April 2007 (MDT)
- I didn't mean to suggest getting rid of .even when it is being used for its original purpose, to highlight an even row. What I meant was it shouldn't be used for other totally unrelated purposes, such as highlighting a banner.
- However, my original comment is moot, now that I've discovered there's a class .messagebox that highlights the banner as desired. --Cúthalion 16:10, 9 April 2007 (MDT)