What display resolution this is created for?
scrollbar is rather annoying here. Personally I prefer frontpages
without scrollbar if it is not a news site.
BTW, are you sure that the best frontpage is a wiki one?
I think that the frontpage has to be a stylish but very small, useful
and informative one.
I mean this prototype seems better, but far from simple and ... :-)
Okay, it is at least as informative as it could be, but a mess.
Here is a kind of basic proposal:
header: LOGO, home, about, get fedora, documentation, community,
sitemap, search field
logo: is logo
about: is cool
get fedora: emphasizing
documentation: imho http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs
documentation on documentation activites , rather than fedora's
documentation, so link it as a subpage, emphasizing
, link to kbase(resolved),
link to html man, info pages, http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FAQ
developement - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/#Development
, could give some hint
for newbies, how to find there way in fedora wiki universe, that is
also a very nice are to overview the site for its creators
If we can't get rid of the sidebar this frontpage menu stuff could go
there and the header menu can be forgotten. I prefer top header +
custom sidebars for each item + wiki editing tools after login.
On 2/1/06, Arthur Pemberton <pemboa(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 2/1/06, Clair Shaw <fedora(a)freehold.no-ip.info> wrote:
> Arthur Pemberton said:
> > Not much of an opinion just yet. However, the title "Welcome to the
> > Project" does strange things when the browser is sized a small enough
> > it doesn't fit on one line (this is in Firefox at least).
> Oops.. that'll teach me to trust external CSS. Fixed :)
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