On Mon, 2011-08-01 at 17:13 +0200, Christoph Noack wrote:
Hi Drew, all!
@ all: I need help to publish changes on the LibO main page. Please see
Am Sonntag, den 31.07.2011, 18:05 -0400 schrieb drew:
On Sun, 2011-07-31 at 23:54 +0200, Christoph Noack wrote:
Hi Bernhard, David, all!
Am Freitag, den 29.07.2011, 00:42 +0200 schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
If anyone has something better to offer than what I've posted, or if
you feel that any changes are needed, feel free to jump in and replace
them, or to comment.
Yep, and I thought it would be nice to have the more official wording
from the target pages as well ... so here are some quickly made
proposals that should work a bit better. Especially since we currently
take away much attention from the download button.
* the size of the logos is the same like the current ones - so
they may serve as drop-in replacements (and nothing else)
* the motif logo has been added (but needed to be tweaked to not
outperform the remaining content)
* the structure of the SVG file is prepared for adding
You find all files here:
It would be cool (if anybody thinks the design is an improvement) to add
these files to the website
So, I've added the banners to the website home page and saved the
changes - but did not publish them yet. Although I do have the rights to
do so, it would be great if anybody could check this in Silverstripe and
publish the changes. These are my first steps with Silverstripe and I
don't want to screw up the main page ;-) Thanks in advance!!!
hmm - well I've had an account on the main site for a long while and
never used it..looking at the draft it looks good. I can push the
publish button, what could go wrong..
Two more comments:
* I had to adapt the size of one of the graphics (from 440px to
400px) because the page is asymmetrical. I did not notice that
* I found a small "alternative text" error for one of the graphics
(should be resolved)
* The donations page is still called "challenge..." - shouldn't we
I think maybe we should look at some type of banner campaign management
here. There will always be something deserving of some mention and a
continuing need for the call for donations - so something that cycles
banners makes sense, not cycle as in the screen shots cycling during a
session, rather something akin to an ad banner campaign manager where we
want to display different banners on some rotating session basis.
Anyway, just a little quick checking and as expected the idea has been
addressed in the SilverStripe world already - but that is for another
day and I'll push a different email on the idea to the list with some
links to SilverStripe resources that I find.
I think these should go out for external use also and I'll update the
wiki pages (with the html snippet linked back to the donation page)
appropriately, if you don't mind.
Gk - will handle it.
Well, here you are the master :-) I'm happy if we can share those
graphics with others - if you have an idea how I can help, then please
tell me. I think the original idea of Bernhard to collect all "agreed
upon" artwork in one place might be helpful here as well.
I think that is actually going along reasonably well, thanks in large
measure to J-K's work.
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