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Design Rough Take 2

From: "Gavin M(dot) Roy" <gmr(at)ehpg(dot)net>
Cc: pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Design Rough Take 2
Date: 2004-05-13 19:42:03
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After a little reworking I've come up with

I intend to do graphical tabs and what not, if we continue down the road 
of developing this concept for the site.  I'd like to get some sort of 
consensus of the value of continuing to develop this design direction 
vrs dropping it to move in another direction.  I'm leaving for a 
vacation Amsterdam on Monday and will be gone for 2 weeks.  Because of 
my current work schedule, I won't be able to do much more until after I 
get back.


Dave Page wrote:

>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Alexey Borzov [mailto:borz_off(at)cs(dot)msu(dot)su] 
>>Sent: 13 May 2004 10:35
>>To: Dave Page
>>Cc: Michael Glaesemann; Gavin M. Roy; pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org
>>Subject: Re: [pgsql-www] Design Rough
>>I don't strain my eyes only when reading the site in MSIE. 
>>Everything else --- Mozilla, Konqueror --- makes the letters 
>>*way* too small.
>>Of course, MSIE is the winner of the browser wars, so we may 
>>just stick to it.
>I quite agree, but after lots of experimentation, the people who had
>difficulties for whatever reason were happy.
>If it can be done another way that works universally then I have no
>problem with that, as long as we don't disadvantage anyone (which is
>illegal in the UK now incidently).
>Regards, Dave
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