On Sat, 18 Oct 2014 18:06:54 -0500
"Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...> wrote:
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> >> > Here you go.
> >> >
> >> > Unfortunately, when I see a webpage with no whitespace at the edges,
> >> the
> >> > first thing
> >> > that pops into my head is, "The 1990s called--they want their
> >> aesthetic
> >> > back." All it
> >> > needs is a few old-style frames. ;P
> >> >
> >> > Also, the grey gradient you provided doesn't look good to me with the
> >> > other graphics.
> >> >
> >> > (In other words, the version doesn't do much for me.)
> >> >
> >> > E. Liddell
> >> Yeah, the gray looks lousy. Sorry Alaxandre. :-)
> >> I'm divided on the whitespace border issue. A large part of me hates
> >> wasting screen space like that, but we don't need to scream "obsolete"
> >> either.
> >> Tim
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> > Hi,
> > To my personal preference, it's the best version of the website. I'd
> > prefer it to stay with the lightsilver gradient, but if you really don't
> > want, can you at least keep the dark blue gradient I provided.
> > I looks much better without white border all around.
> > I don't know what tells you that it's only obsolete websites that are
> > expanding to the full browser size. Most big websites such as
> > facebook.com, outlook.com, gmail.com, webs.com are filling the screen.
> > Seeing it as obsolete doesn't hold to me!
> > Just my way of seeing it, but the screenshot provided has the version I
> > prefer...
> > Have a great day!
> > -Alexandre
> Just going on E. Liddell's opinion regarding the full screen. If there
> are no objections from others I prefer the full screen approach with no
My reaction may be idiosyncratic--I saw an awful lot of those frame-at-the-top
frame-at-the-side pages back in the day (and coded the odd one myself).
> E. Liddell, could you please run off a screenshot of a version with a blue
> gradient and no border for comments on the list?
Here you go.