On Mon, 2011-07-18 at 23:12 +0200, Bernhard Dippold wrote:
Hi Klaus-Jürgen, all,
klaus-jürgen weghorn ol schrieb:
Am 17.07.2011 03:12, schrieb Marc Paré:
If we don't have any such page with buttons, could we have someone work
out a few on a wiki page for user reference? IMO, I would prefer if
these were offered up the same way as the OOo buttons. The sizes on the
OOo page seem adequate. It would be nice if we even had some for the
upcoming conference too!
Here will be the place to work on:
Especially on Electronical artwork - web buttons, a page I haven't had
yet time to work on, so it doesn't exists up to now.
I created the page (just the structure), so you can add your web buttons
(and replace my dummy entry):
With a reasonable number of buttons we could create subtitles for
different sizes or a table with alternative buttons in these sizes.
PS: I'd keep buttons for download on the wiki, while buttons for
external reference (keeping the graphic on our server) should be placed
on the website in the mid- and longterm.
OK - well here is a submittal:
Community Logo based:
Possible code for using this graphic would be:
<a href="http://www.libreoffice.org" title="LibreOffice Application Suite"><img
width="266" height="60" alt="LibreOffice office application suite from The Document Foundation"></a>
Will put up a few more as the day progresses.
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