From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-02 11:48:04
David Abrahams wrote:
> "Pavel Chikulaev" <pavel.chikulaev_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> * IMO combination of Search by Google and Go Search button is not
>> good idea.
> My biggest problem with it is that it doesn't look like a button at
Well there are only two possible choices then..
1. Have both the Google logo and a GO/SEARCH button.
2. Make a custom Google logo + button.
The second is likely not possible given the rules of the Google search
>> * Links in the body are underlined, but on the right side are not.
> They are except for the ones that are obviously menu items (look at
> the bottom). I appreciate the fact that there aren't lots of
> underlines in those things that are clearly going to be links. That said...
Yes. Exactly the same conclusion I came to when I switch to have the
>> * IMO Links in the body don't look good. (I mean dash underlining).
> I agree with this. If you want a de-emphasized indicator some kind of
> pale solid underline would work. I suppose the dashes are supposed to
> work with any background color the user chooses? Even a dotted
> (alternating pixels) line would be better.
I actually agree.. My first attempt was to use the "dotted" underlines
and the do look much better than the "dashed". But that brings up
another unfortunate browser issue: IE doesn't support the "dotted"
borders and displays "dashed" borders instead.
Guess I'll have to try and draw my own borders for this :-\ -- Or just
make IE users suffer the less pleasing look.
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