[matroska-general] Re: New website structure
isolde_w at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 8 16:20:19 CEST 2003
I took a look around last night and just a couple of
- In the Technical/Specs, the primary navigation is
lost, and all of the links on the left take you to
pages without any navigation whatsoever. You have to
use the browser's back button. I know that you have a
lot of technical content, wide tables and such, but
maybe you could open those in a new window then? Just
- Contact section works in the similar way but at
least there is a Home link, and Forums page is also
detached, if you are going to keep a logo on top of
that page, you can use it as a way back to the
I would probably move the section-specific links to
the top of the page, and keep the left consistent, or
have that secondary navigation above the common links,
in a different color perhaps.
- On the Links page, the first two MCF links on the
bottom are broken.
- diagram1.png is missing from the Transor API page.
- The Matroska Diagram page has a white background and
not that minty green like the rest of the site, but I
am assuming it's this way because of the wide range of
colors used on that page.
Could you also move the links on the left couple of
pixels to the right, they are sitting right on the
line. Also, how come the font size is that big?
--- Pamel <paul at msn.com> wrote:
> I created a template to base all of the pages off of
> so that it will be
> easier to update in the future, and will have more
> consistency. I've copied
> all of the old pages into the template, and they are
> all sitting in CVS now.
> Please check them out at:
> Right now everything is being pulled directly out of
> CVS, except for the
> style sheet which is being read from:
> Please click around in it to see if you can find any
> broken links or
> inconsistencies. If you click on the "Home" link it
> will take you to the
> current Matroska homepage, so be aware.
> Let me know what you think of it. The plan was to
> leave most of the pages
> in CVS, but have a few pages, such as the homepage,
> load from the normal
> http directory. Will this work? Is there any
> inherent problem to this?
> Who has speed issues? Does it look okay? All of
> the colors and fonts
> should be changeable from the main.css. I thought
> it would be fun to have
> the main.css load from CVS to test different site
> colors more quickly, but I
> think this will be faster for now.
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