[mapserver-dev] Proposing some homepage changes...

Howard Butler hobu.inc at gmail.com
Mon May 3 23:22:19 EDT 2010

On May 3, 2010, at 6:41 PM, Stephen Woodbridge wrote:

> Lime, Steve D (DNR) wrote:
>> Hi all: I'd like to propose some changes to the mapserver.org homepage. Wondering how feasible they'll be via Sphinx:
>>  - Breadcrumb. Really should start at "Home" and then go from there, e.g.:
>>    Home >> Documentation >> MapScript  or
>>    Home >> FAQ
>>    Home >> Develelopment >> RFCs
>>  - TOC on the homepage shouldn't be announcements but rather something like:
>>  Community
>>    Mailing Lists
>>    IRC
>>    Wiki
>>  Development    Documentation
>>    Introduction
>>    FAQ
>>    Mapfiles
>>    MapScript
>>  Downloads
>>  Issue Tracker
>>  - Announcements could continue below the fold on the main part of the homepage
>> It's not user friendly as is. The shorter, more meaningful TOC would also help to pull the OSGEO and FOSS4G icons up the page. Thoughts?
> +1
> I think those would be GREAT changes, I hope we can get these done.
> I would like to add one more MAJOR usability change and that is CSS for printing. In FF do a Print Preview and you will see what I mean. The left hand Nav stuff is turned off as it should be, but the content is not repositioned to the left margin for printing. This should just be some CSS changes.

The PDF is not sufficient for printing?  Otherwise, do you have a patch for the css changes?

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