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You have to remember that we are just trying to finalize the layout
right now. The table vs div and the font issues can all be done later.
I'm just using the template that aaron shi originally made at the
moment. Once we get all the major pages layed out we can worry about
port001 thanks for putting things up on your dev space. I'm planning on
setting up an FTP server and moving the web space I put up yesterday to
a dedicated box for this project. I just bought it and it will be here
I'm also planning on setting up the axkit backend that is outlined in
the doc tricks and tips so when the time comes we can actually use
the same infrastruture that gentoo uses to fine tune the templates and
have a working prototype of the entire site for testing. It'll be a
while before we get to that stage though.
--- Stefan Huszics <sauron@...> wrote:
> Michael Curtis Napier wrote:
> > The font size issue should be corrected now.
> Greate. :)
> Playing around with fontsizes however reveals that much of the
> design is _very_ sensitive to fontsize changes (eg 800px screen and
> fontsize of about 15px or higher severly breaks layout).
> When I make pages I always try to make the layout capable of
> correctly in at least the range 50%-200% from 16px fontsize (which is
> the default in most browsers). I'll have a go at "liqifying" the
> to make them more resilient against fontchanges if noone beats me to
> (unfortunately I'm right in the middle of an examperiod currently but
> should have time for this in about 2 weeks).
> > I also made a news page, 20041021-portage51. I'm concerned with the
> > "code listings". I don't think they look right but the old way of
> > it doesn't fit into the new design either.
> I think you are right and I also think that switching to a DL instead
> TABLE structure as I suggested in my first mail to the list would
> give a
> lot more flexibility in this area to make something that both works
> looks good.
> > I installed a web server on a box in my house so no more silly
> > ads from yahoo.
> I think it would be benificial if you, or someone else, made it
> available for anybody to upload pages to such a server. Would make it
> less difficoult for people to contribute and give links to pages
> getting an addinfested free host.
> > begin:vcard
> fn:Stefan Huszics
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