the second discussion:
On the German-discuss-ml there was a discussion about a good link from the
website to the wiki and vice versa not only somewhere in the text but
visible for all .
Such a link should bring the user to the wiki or to the website.
On the website we/I made a link in the second menubar . This point was
discussed controverse by the members of the German-ml.
The point which is a sight worse is that a user who came from the localized
website to the (localized) wiki won't find back so easy.
The first ideas were to make a menubar like .
If we do such a menubar, would we put it
in front of the text: http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/User:K-j/sv
In front would be better considering pages with long text entries.
Maybe the color scheme should be a little different from the menu on the
wiki and 'return to the site' for the user to identify each menu or to
associate with a specific color scheme.
And, indeed, should be located.
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