On Sat, 18 Oct 2014 21:24:26 -0400
Alexandre <ac586133@...> wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Well, it's almost okay this way!
> > > With the slight gradient on the sidebar, the site is less ''bold and
> > > serious'' than without gradient at all.
> > >
> > > Can we test 2 little details?
> > > 1. It is possible to underline the text of the categories in the sidebar?
> > > Just to make it even clearer that these are separate categories.
> > > (I know that I'm usually again over-separating elements, but in this
> > > design, the way parts are separated is a little too subtle to my taste)
I've used italic rather than underlining in these, to avoid telegraphing false
information about what is or isn't a link. IMHO, it should still improve
> > > 2. Is it possible to replace the blue RSS logo with the standard orange
> > > one? Orange contrasts and fit very well with blue and would make the site
> > > a little more colorful. I can provide the icon from the KFaenza icon
> > > theme, if you want.
> > >
> > > Another little thing, but I'm not sure it would be accepted here is a
> > > false shadow displayed under the main screenshot, to make the site more
> > > attractive. I can provide the false shadow picture if wanted.
> > Used properly (tastefully) I see no problem with it. Let's see what it
> > looks like.
> Here I provide a sample of what it would look like with a false shadow under the main screenshot.
> It loks good, without being an appleish ''too much'' shadow.
> I also provide the false shadow alone and an orange RSS logo, from the KFaenza icon theme. To have the shadow smaller, just resize vertically the picture.
First screenshot uses Alexandre's shadow. The second uses the CSS3
box-shadow attribute (this has the advantage of not requiring an additional
image, but won't work in Konqueror and may be "too much" shadow for