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Hi Nino, *;

On Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 5:39 PM, Nino Novak <> wrote:

is there a todo-list for website CSS where one can add

No real ToDo list, but the main question is now to deal with subsite
navigation (see the list archives for current discussion)
see also for a few drafts

if you want to work on the css yourself, check it out from

I have some minor questions/comments, I noted them in the wiki at

you're see many more items in the menu since you're viewing it in
draft mode, and that includes unpublished pages, the published version
has much less.

But yes, it is expected that the menu will wrap to two lines when
there are too many, and no, having so many is of course not desired.
Line wrap in left navbar is not desired, on pumbaa I let it truncate
the string and disable line wrapping.

see e.g. "sub in
download" is truncated to "sub in downlo…"

But for this case it would not really help, as the string just is too
long: Solution: Just use a shorter Navigation title.

Should I add such observations somewhere else? Or does it not matter as
the whole theme will be updated soon?

In this case your points don't really matter, as the first one is a
non-issue, and the second one is in current discussion.


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