List Archive: www-redesign
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Marc Boeker wrote:
> as ian already said the boxes on the bottom of the page are looking
> very lonely. perhabst it is possible to integrate some of the
> important links into the right container to fill this right area.
I think that would be a misstake, mixing ads and important links. I
really like those boxes on the frontpage. I don't nessecarily think they
have to be on all pages though. They are greate for instant access to a
specific area of interest or for highlighting the most important part
for newcomers, but once you start browsing around on the site I think
it's probably enough to have the accesspoint only from the top navbar.
However I think it would look a lot better to have the boxes at the
bottom centered then in 1 corner.
> another thing which looks strage to me is the size of the page. i've
> tested it in firefox, mozilla and konqueror but in all these browsers
> the horizontal scrollbars is visible and i can scroll about 30px to
> the right. my screen resolution is 1280x1024. is it only in my case,
> or has someone else the same problem?
I have the same on
but I suspect it's the yahoobanner messing things up
> the sponsor text under the ads is in my opinion a bit to near under
> the images. perhabst a small spacer will fix this.
> we need a place to host a sample test pages (maybe with cvs access)
Indeed, a wiki or something where you could upload pages would be quite