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Re: 99% there - Tim Gould - 2011-12-07

Very easy. I've got it all set up now for easy editing and rendering.

Any preferences for colours?

Re: 99% there - Tim Gould - 2011-12-07


I like Chris' suggestion too though: each section has its own link in the top left while the main site link remains in the top right.

Perhaps switch them for now (to keep in consistent with the present site design) and when we redo the website we can make a final decision.

coherence - Steffen - 2011-12-07

currently, yes, please,
because currently the forums are the only sub-site which let the logo jump from top-left corner to top-right.

should a later decision decide to put it somewhere else,
this can easily be done,

but currently, user interface coherence is more important IMHO

Re: 99% there - Orion Pobursky - 2011-12-07

Ok, so how should we do the main site logo? I'm currently editing the new site now so if we finalized the look I can incorporate it into the design.

Re: coherence - Orion Pobursky - 2011-12-07

Switching is easy so when we decide how to do this in the future, I can just edit the CSS.

Blue Logo link seems broken - Travis Cobbs - 2011-12-08

The blue logo doesn't seem to have the proper link attached. For me, it's always a link to the current page I'm looking at, no matter what that is.

confirmed - Steffen - 2011-12-08

same here. should point to http://forums.ldraw.org IMHO

Re: Blue Logo link seems broken - Orion Pobursky - 2011-12-08

Fixed. A typo in the setting template.

Re: 99% there - Jean-Philippe Ouellet - 2011-12-08

Could it blend to transparent instead of blend to white? IMHO it would look better against the light-grey (gray?) background.

Re: 99% there - Tim Gould - 2011-12-08

Yes it can in theory. But I haven't decided if I prefer it enough to try it yet Smile