On Sun, 2011-01-09 at 15:25 +0100, ol klaus-jürgen weghorn wrote:
Hi David, Christian,
there are some things which I see, when I look at the download page :
- In ie8 there is a black vertical line after the logo. In firefox there
- the "available translation" list is vertical. If we will have 20 or
more translations it will be a very deep scroll to get the downlaod
- there is no download for windows. I get a "null" and "null (fallback)"
both in ie8 and firefox
- the link on the logo doesn't function. You will get right the page you
If I should wait to look at the correctness of the page tell me this.
Sorry going to HiJack you thread here -
First - just tired all that seems David/Christian got it fixed already.
Second - This is the first time I've really seen this new website.
David / Christian / Ivan - this is quite nice, it is a huge improvement
from the first iteration. (actually the menu I think was Christoph N.
idea..so he gets an attaboy also)
Italo supplied much help also from what I understand - so there's
Ah, surely there are others that where missed.
Anyway - it is honest to who we are IMO - and isn't that the reason we
passed on the professional web designers that offered to build us some
cutting edge 'spiffy' site - we wanted it of and from us, in the end
that is exactly what we got and it is good.
My deepest thanks to all involved,
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