[tei-council] some formatting thoughts -- TOC
sebastian.rahtz at oucs.ox.ac.uk
Wed Sep 26 15:00:01 EDT 2007
Syd Bauman wrote:
> http://tei.oucs.ox.ac.uk/P5/Guidelines-web/en/html/index-toc.html and
> * More distance is needed between top title and front matter block.
possibly. I agree, the page still isn't right.
> * Speaking of which, when the window is made too narrow or the type
> size too bag, the back matter block floats into the front matter
> block, and then the front matter block drops down to after the back
sigh. dont you just hate HTML.
> * Entries that have the plus-sign "unfold-me" icons are indented
> slightly less than their brethren. (If it's hard to see this,
> increate the type size.)
ah, I wondered if I had got those numbers right. care to suggest the
> * I realize that these are done as lists, not tables. But
> nonetheless, I think we should try (hard) to do something to make
> the chapter & section headings line up properly (i.e., line up so
> that their L edges form a vertical line).
sigh. I will see if I can get those numbers inside a span.
> * The lovely little plus-sign "unfold-me" icons should be much
> larger. (Speaking as someone who has difficulty managing a mouse,
> making the target larger makes it easier to hit!)
hmm. anyone else feel this way?
> * The legalese at the bottom needs to be a smaller type size with
> respect to the rest. I just tried "x-small" and it looked OK.
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