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New Beta of mozilla.org Website Available for Testing

Friday August 20th, 2004

Steven Garrity today announced a new beta design of mozilla.org's website. The new design, done by silverorange, upgrades the navigation and freshens the look of the site. Steven and the other designers are interested in hearing feedback, but want those who provide feedback know that the home page content has not be updated yet. Also, there are some other outstanding bugs, which are listed in the feedback link.


#65 DL-DT-DD, mezzo-tan

by thornesa

Tuesday August 24th, 2004 6:56 AM

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Am I the only one uncomfortable seeing the use of DL-DT-DD tags for what is essentially style/presentation purposes? Being a site that helps advance standards compliance, I seems it would be better to use these tags only when doing defintion lists.

It would also be nice if an alternate style or some other mechanism was offered to overide that use of max. width, for those who don't care for it or otherwise would like to have the text rendered across a wider area.

Those aside, it seems there has been a lot of good thought and work invested in all this. So compliments to the chef(s).

Personal preference, I like the way the existing/old mezzo-tan style looks/looked better than this new cavendish. Maybe something like mezzo-tan could be offered as an alternate style.