I took Máirín's Fedora Accounts page mockup
applied some changes:
'Tasks' and 'My Groups Summary'
- A grey value hierarchy defines the section boxes.
- A light grey background makes this content secondary to the main content.
- Lines and bullets are removed.
- Content is indented to make section headers scanable.
- Numeric data is in a right-aligned column, using a single font size
- Type hierarchy:
Box Header (larger font size, bold)
Section Header (standard font size, bold)
content (standard font size, indented)
"More..." links (standard font size, italic)
'Account Status' and 'Pending Requests'
- Headers use a larger font size to indicate main content.
- 'Account Status' content is a larger font size to indicate primary info.
- Secondary links are a standard font size and in brackets.
- Box borders and vertical chart lines are removed to simplify sections.
- Icons are simplified.
- "Search" is moved to the input field, to be replaced by query.
- Elements are reordered for context.
- "Advanced Search" is aligned left. Users can quickly choose between
regular or advanced search from the start.
The user name input field wont take any input that I have tried. I'm
trying to sign up to be a content writer/editor. Please help.
Also - evolution mail spell check states that occurred is spelled like
Hi - currently you can't print any Fedora wiki page
due to a problem in "fedora.css". View any page in the Wiki,
then try "File->Print Preview"... you'll see that there's no content!
E.G., I was trying to print this:
To fix this, you need to remove the line "overflow: auto;" (line 35)
for #wrapper, which currently looks like this:
font: normal 1em/1.5 sans-serif;
background: #FFFFFF url(../images/border-right.png) 100% 0 repeat-y;
The formatting for printing could use more love, but
this change will at least make it work, and that's an improvement.
--- David A. Wheeler
Ian Weller has put together a page for testing the rendering of Planet
across various broswers and platforms, in response to various informal
bug reports that we have received.
I have added a link to Craig's IE7 patch.
Now it's time to publicize. I'll be posting to my blog soon with the
Are there any plans to set up an RSS feed for the Fedora Weekly Newsletter?
Ubuntu and openSuSE both host feeds for their weekly output.
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