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Re: small visual bugs

From: Ian Jacobs <ij@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 12:06:44 -0500
To: Sorin Stefan <shorys@gmail.com>
Message-Id: <23545DED-874F-48CD-BC04-C340FC8C6DAC@w3.org>
Cc: site-comments@w3.org

On 24 Mar 2009, at 8:50 AM, Sorin Stefan wrote:

> Hi,
> Here's my small feedback:

Hi Sorin,

Thank you for comments!

>
> 1. When moving news items left/right the date is shown above the  
> gray buttons/arrows. Tested with FF3.0.7
> (see attach bug1.jpg)
>
> 2. The same pagination of the news items is not that intuitive. Why  
> is there a "1" in there. What does it mean and why is not changing  
> to "2" when slides to the second item. Looks like a pagination but  
> doesn't quite feels like one :)

For your first two points, I think we will resolve that by removing the
news animation and replacing it with something simpler.

>
> 3. Main menu (STANDARDS etc.) is not highlighted when selecting a  
> certain section. If I'm in Participate the only way of me knowing  
> that is looking at the breadcrumb below (W3C >> Participate) but the  
> menu should be highlighted too because you are showing me that on  
> mouseover anyway ;)

We considered (and implemented) and then dropped highlighting
of the top menu. We wondered whether anyone would ask for it; you
are the first!

Arguments for:

  * Every little bit of orientation information helps.

Arguments against:

  * Unnecessary since the breadcrumbs give you the same
    information (as you pointed out).

  * Slightly more visual noise at the top.

Let's see if others request it (or comment on it).

Thanks again,

  _ Ian

>
> I can find more of this if you want ...
> let me know
> thanks and good job
> -- 
> Sorin Stefan
> web developer
> www.myintuition.ca
> <bug1.jpg>

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