Re: Website proposal for usability
- From: Martyn Russell <martyn lanedo com>
- To: Devin Samarin <eboyjr14 gmail com>
- Cc: gtk-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Website proposal for usability
- Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2010 11:22:02 +0100
On 21/08/10 12:12, Devin Samarin wrote:
I thought I'd give up update of what the site is looking like now, and
I hope everyone is fine with using this mailing list.
I have integrated tweets from identi.ca in the News Feed on the main page.
I finished the re-design of the GTK-Doc area:
I agree with most of the comments here, I also don't really think it
looks great to have a sub-menu at the top of the page like that.
I prefer the way it was before, where it has a separate title and is
almost a website under a subdirectory.
I don't mind if we have a submenu if it looks related to the menu at the
top though... to give a few examples:
the news/ directory clearly has another menu there and it seems to look
ok, but it all feels connected.
I made it usable for mobile devices and people with smaller screens
(why not?) --you can try it by resizing the browser window's width
smaller and smaller in a popular non-ie browser. Also a special layout
for when printing the pages. (Firefox's print is buggy though no
matter what I do)
Actually, this is not really what I had in mind for smaller devices, a
lot of websites have a /mobile implementation which is less horizontally
Again, using the BBC:
The only page left--in my opinion--that needs polishing is the features page.
I really hope to see the changes merged on the current gtk.org site
anytime soon. :-)
Actually, this is one of my favourite pages, it looks great. What did
you want to polish here?
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