The oik base plugin is delivered with a CSS style sheet called oik.css
As of oik version 1.17 this becomes an optional stylesheet. It is included by default, for backward compatibility.
If you intend to use the class= parameter on oik shortcodes to help control your page layout then you are strongly urged to
- either allow the oik.css file to be included
- OR use the oik custom CSS facility
- OR use a different custom CSS facility such as that provided by Jetpack.
You can, of course, choose to use ALL of the above.
History of the oik css file
the oik.css file started out as an extract of the Blueprint CSS file. I was using it in conjunction with themes generated by Artisteer for both static – hand cranked websites and Drupal websites.
Blueprint CSS oik.css is an extract of the blueprint.css for use with Artisteer generated stylesheets
blueprint used in oik brief overview ——— ———– ——————— reset.css NO we don’t reset AGAIN since it’s done very early on by Drupal typography.css NO the typography is determined by the artisteer program it may not be as GOOD as blueprint… but if we override it we can end up with funny font sizes .classes YES BUT we do use the general classes defined in blueprint
forms.css YES Fields for forms grid.css YES This is the main reason for using Blueprint. Easy coding in .html
Note: This stylesheet will be embedded BEFORE the selected Drupal theme’s style.css file So if you want to override the artisteer style again you may need to define an additional style sheet. eg. gdwhite.css in the gdwifaw theme
Blueprint CSS Framework 0.9 http://blueprintcss.org
* Copyright (c) 2007-Present. 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.