>>I tried subscribing to pgsql-www and now am waiting for the approval.
>>Judging by the speed at which the website is developed, I may have quite
>>a wait ahead, besides very few people may actually read a well-hidden
>>pgsql-www, so lets continue discussing here.
>>I tried implementing the changes I proposed in this message:
>>The result is available here:
>Right off, don't like it ... find that I'm having problems focusing my
>eyes anywhere on it ... there is no "balance" to it :( but, then again,
>that just may be me ...
I don't think it is "just" you but I like it. Alot. It is miles above
the existing design
in terms of ease on the eyes and finding what is important.
But could we please get some color in there? We have zero contrasting color
which I think lends to Marc's issue with balance and focus. If you look at
other professional sites such as Mozilla, RedHat or even MySQL... There
are some opposing colors to make things easier to see.
Joshua D. Drake
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