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Hi Christian, *,
Am 13.01.2011 21:48, schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
Hi Klaus-Jürgen, *,

On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 3:21 PM, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol
<>  wrote:
Am 10.01.2011 14:13, schrieb David Nelson:

2. It seems that you have justified the main<p>-tag with css. It sometimes
doesn't look pretty, especially when there is a link which can't be broken:

You can override it with the left-align-button in the Editor (that
then sets the property style="text-align: left;"
Yes, but I don't like hard formatting. It makes much work on revision if someone changes the css later (as it happens with blue to green links).

3. Frame ideas *): have a look at the page of limesurvey [2] for example:
        - When you scroll down the page you get on the right bottom a
          button with "back to top". If we have someone we could leave
          the "back to top" in all the texts.I think it's a useful help
          for handling of the page.

Could be done the same way as on the limesurvey site (they use jquery
to do this) Only "problem" is handling translations - I doubt every
NL-site would like the link "back to top". But his is doable of
Maybe we can make an arrow and only write "top".I think that will understand everybody in the world and need not to be translated.
And if someone will not understand he can sroll on top for himself.

Do we want this globally, for all sites?
Of course, we want consistency in webdesign.

And if so, at what position?
Lower right as limesurvey site?
I think the position is quite good. It is moved away from the text but will follow if you change the width of your browser.


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