Klaus-Jürgen (having worked on the CSS-design for some time) uploaded
some alternative designs for our website:
klaus-jürgen weghorn ol schrieb:
ich habe jetzt einige Anregungen umgesetzt und entsprechende Screenshots
He asks for comments and proposals (or just agreement ;-)
Vielleicht mal darüber schauen und Anregungen und Kommentare machen.
Here are mine:
The Logo could have the same distance from the left to the upper border,
but it shouldn't move the navigation area. It can be positioned nearer
to this area.
In my eyes the upper navigation doesn't need the green subline -
Christoph's proposal (in LO2 and LO3) looks fine to me.
Together with the shading in the heading area it looks fresher and lighter.
If we remove the green line, the headline in the upper right corner can
stay green, especially as the present website
shows a larger font as in your screenshot (File:Website-LO6), providing
a better weight between right and left.
Moving down might be ok, but not to the bottom of the logo, because of
the whitespace inside the logo.
I'd move it to the bottom line of the logo text ("The Document
Foundation"), perhaps in a slightly larger font - don't know how it
looks like, but I could imagine the upper border of the headline at the
same height as the bottom line of "LibreOffice".
For the background:
Could you try to stay with grey (as in LO2), but replace the green
corners with white ones?
This might lighten the upper left corner while having a consistent
background of the upper border throughout the entire page.
So I'd vote for LO2
(http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/File:Website-LO2.PNG) with slight
- green headline in the upper right corner not so far moved down
- white instead of green triangles in the corners
By the way: you write about the link colors as blue0 (blue1 underlined
on hover). The present website shows the links in blue1, and underlines
don't work for all links at any times here (SeaMonkey 2.0.11 on Ubuntu
10.10). "Activated links" are green1 - this works here for "visited
links", leading to even more green areas on the page when you come back
several times to the same page.
If we stay with blue1 for normal links (just underline on hover), we
could use blue0 for visited links.
That's all for the moment (and only my personal opinion - every
different or opposing comment welcome).
Hope it helps...
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