[Haskell-cafe] Red links in the new haskell theme
daniel.is.fischer at web.de
Sat Oct 30 08:49:01 EDT 2010
On Saturday 30 October 2010 14:15:58, Henning Thielemann wrote:
> On Sat, 30 Oct 2010, Daniel Fischer wrote:
> > I do, top right, next to Index. In seamonkey, though, it's sometimes
> > half hidden and displayed below the Source resp hackageDB links.
> > It seems so. If I disallow scripts for haskell.org, I don't see it
> > either.
In the Extras menu or in the global settings menu?
is gone and no futzing with HTML settings in the Extras menu will change
site and the Style menu will appear/disappear according to the setting
(requires a reload, though).
I don't particularly like Konqueror's configuring behaviour, it's not easy
> achieved using a cookie.
> I never understood why Cascading Style Sheets were used to configure the
> appearance of a website from the server side. To me it would make more
> sense if users could configure the colors of links in their browsers,
> like they configure fonts and font sizes.
> >> I find it still strange, that the unusal style is the default.
> > Most people who responded when opinions were collected about the new
> > theme preferred that.
> Possibly when seeing, how it looks like, people change their mind. :-)
Possible. But I don't understand how people can get so worked up on such
things so much¹. Both look fine to me.
[¹] Website design in general. Things look mostly so-so, until a
professional designer comes in. Then, with a very few exceptions, things
become horrible [that's not particular to _web_ design, it applies to all
designers (post Wilhelm Wagenfeld)].
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