From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-23 06:05:42
Deane Yang wrote:
> Reece Dunn wrote:
>> I have created a version of this style available at:
>> I also have a stripped-down version at:
> Not bad. But any chance you could change the link text color
> to a darker shade of blue (like the one used by
> wikipedia.org)? The lighter shade of blue is hard on
> my eyes. I think I have the same complaint for the new
> boost documentation style.
I have made the text darker.
> And I know that it's not cool to underline the links, but
> I also like the way that it makes the link text stand
> out (again, see wikipedia.org).
I have also updated the Google search facility. You can take a look at:
I will work on deriving several Wiki variants later and put them on the
boost2.html page, so IE will mess up the styling. Firefox will allow you
to switch between the styles. I am not sure about other bowsers.
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