solarbird: (korra-excited)
solarbird ([personal profile] solarbird) wrote in [site community profile] dw_suggestions 2017-04-17 06:21 am (UTC)

I am pretty sure the navstrip is targetable via CSS, yes!
That's the impression I'm under, but I'm not a web designer so I do a lot of poke-and-test with Firefox's debugger until I figure out how to make things move around. And so far I haven't figured it out. XD

if you have specific improvements you think would make it better, mock it up and show us and we'll see if we should change it in general.
Seriously? Because from a design standpoint it's kind of awful and I have an art degree and have done graphic design professionally and I am 150% willing to take that on.

(I mean, if nothing else, can we at least get the text baselines to match up? Because the current floaty-random-level text is pretty painful, and stuff like that is why at least one pro designer I know personally won't use Dreamwidth. I have also fixed a bunch of things like that in the style I'm using now, problems that lead to overlapping text, non-wrapping text going behind and under other text blocks, and so on.)

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