Next XML changes
jschrod at uni-muenster.de
Thu May 13 03:18:58 PDT 2004
Jeroen Coumans wrote:
> M.Canales.es said the following on 12-05-2004 21:16:
>> El Mié 12 May 2004 02:49, Jeroen Coumans escribió:
>>> I've made some stylistic/typographic changes in the CSS to better
>>> highlight important sections, seperate commands and communicate visually
>>> through font size. I've tried to use minimal functional coloring for
>>> improving readability and legibility. Feel free to incorporate these
>>> changes completely!
>> Look pretty, but excesive amount of grey, IMHO. Why not use for the
>> top and boottom links the sames colours that we have in the web pages?
> I've tried to use grey to seperate navigation from content; I can reduce
> it a bit although there are only two shades. The link colors are exactly
> the same as on the website. I've used font sizing and bolding to
> distinguish headers and text. Compared to the current version, I think
> it dramatically improves readability. The pages are also more dynamic
> and a visual hierarchy is more effectively communicated.
> BTW I put a copy online at
> http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/~jeroen/less.html so others can view it
> more easily too. Probably too late for 5.1 though...
a few comments though. The font size of the navigational links are
exceptionaly small compared to all other fonts, looks weird IMO. I don't
like the brownish background colour for the commands, it looks ugly
IMHO. But that is probably personal preference.
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