bryce at bryceharrington.org
Tue Feb 14 13:37:02 PST 2006
On Tue, Feb 14, 2006 at 02:02:30PM -0500, Nathan Eady wrote:
> Nathan Eady wrote:
> > That seems a bit better.
> > On browsers that support CSS well.
> > IE users are still out in the cold for now, though.
> Known remaining problems:
> * At resolutions less than about 850px wide, text overlaps.
> * We're back to having a worse-than-useless search box in
> our header. It doesn't work, even for finding the test
> images that have been uploaded, but always just reloads the
> front page. Also, text typed into the search box is styled
> with a system-default foreground and a site-specified background,
> which makes it nearly illegible for me (if I have page colors
> enabled) and is generally considered Very Bad Practice.
> * All of banner-html starts lower on the page than I would like;
> it is not vertically centered on the colored header background.
> * On legacy browsers, most of the content of banner-html is not
> visible except where it overlaps other text, and is not legible
> there, nor is the text that it overlaps legible either, unless
> the user selects it. This is because it is positioned below
> the colored bar, rather than on it. Only the logo image
> appears where it is supposed to.
How difficult/important do you think it'll be to get these issues sorted
out? The search breakage sounds fairly serious but I take it the others
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