[Webcom] regarding changes of header image on main server
rbray at robertbray.net
Mon Feb 26 13:17:21 EST 2007
I agree that content is far more important. As long as we have a clean,
easy to navigate site that allows us to focus on content then I am happy.
I really like your cleaned up design BTW.
Lorenzo Becchi wrote:
> Hi Bob,
> the version I've suggested needs just few little hacks to apply to
> actual SpreadFirefox theme. That's what I had in mind since the
> beginning: minimum impact.
> if that layout is somehow interesting to most I can spend a little
> effort more to refine it. I know it's not perfect but, from my point of
> view, it's clean, easy to apply and doesn't go against accessibility.
> I've worked years on this issues and doing something cool and accessible
> is really a ... %$£$Ç@@ ...
> Most of SpradFirefox elements are cool enough: font, font colors,
> margins (we've spent a while with Tyler on this) and some other features.
> We don't have the colored contents of Firefox site and this is why our
> layout seems so poor (IMO).
> Very little graphic layout let people concentrate on contents and this
> what, again IMO, osgeo site needs.
> Robert Bray wrote:
>> Does this require us to change the Drupal Theme or is the plan to just
>> hack the SpreadFireFox theme's css files? We need to figure out how to
>> consistently make these changes to the projects hosted on OSGeo as well.
>> I have run across a number of issues with Menus in the SpreadFireFox
>> theme, which is why I ask the first question. :)
>> Tyler Mitchell wrote:
>>> On 24-Feb-07, at 4:00 PM, Lorenzo Becchi wrote:
>>>> Hi all, I like Kanhaiya solution too and it inspired my quick try:
>>>> Arnulf Christl wrote:
>>>>> On Sat, February 24, 2007 07:54, Kanhaiya kale ( कન્હૈযা
>>>>> ਕਾளெ ) wrote:
>>>>>> hi all,
>>>>>> As per frankw's instruction i have done changes on test.osgeo.net for
>>>>>> removing blue header image....
>>>>> Thank you.
>>>>> +1 from Arnulf to change www.osgeo.org head to like
>>> I would like to see something with a horizontal bar, similar to
>>> Lorenzo's idea, just to add some structure.
>>> +1 to do it either way
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