From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-24 13:50:33
David Abrahams wrote:
> Reece Dunn <msclrhd_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>I have made a few modifications to my Wiki-inspired front page design.
>>It is available here:
> Even after closing the annoying Yahoo ad, I don't like it as much as
> Rene's latest effort (but then, he's had more criticism to work with
> than you have ;->). The left column in particular looks odd (see
I can't do anything about the Yahoo ads, I'm afraid :(.
> The white column where the bullets are and the double line at the
> bottom of each box is most of it, but I find the boxes around each
> button a bit harsh and unneccessary. You already have bullets; you
> don't lines separating things.
What browser are you using? IE messes up the layout by importing all the
CSS styles on the page, resulting in the messy style.
I have now put the stylesheets into different pages and put links to
them in the menu pane. They are accessible from:
Multiple CSS -- this is the version I had last (works best in Firefox);
Simple -- a basic style
Wiki v1 -- a Wiki emulator
Wiki v2-v3 -- variations on the Wiki style (mainly the menu and link
The Simple/Wiki pages work in IE as well as Mozilla. I haven't tested
other browsers, but they should render it similarly.
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