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I'm in the middle of fiddling about with my journal style, and it's taking me far longer than it should because it's a while since I've used CSS, and I've never used them properly... Anyway, it's currently stuck somewhere in between what I'm aiming for, and matgb's style because I'm using his template and walkthrough. So just to reassure you that it's going to stop looking bizarre soon, hopefully...

*wonders how she can stop things being unexpectedly purple*

testing blockquote...


Right.
  • Yellow on black post subject should be neither yellow nor black
  • Border around post(s) should be dark brown and 2px
  • Links colours need improved
  • Must do something about the profile etc links on the top left that you can't see
  • I would really like the text in the sidebar boxes to not be white, but I'm not sure if I can set it to a different colour than the normal text


I have no idea how to do any of these things, so I'll wait and see if I have any bright ideas in the morning. Or if any of you do.

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san_valentine
Apr. 8th, 2008 07:22 pm (UTC)
The bookshelf header is wonderful.

However, the tan links in the sidebars are not that easy to read for someone who has vision problems, or gets glare on the screen. I have problems with both. I can see the links OK now, as it's dark, and I'm reasonably cool. When the sun's shining into the room, or if I'm a bit hot and my vision/colour vision fades (Unthoff's Syndrome), I won't be able to see those links at all.
Anyone else with vision problems who looks at your blog will also have problems.
pickwick
Apr. 9th, 2008 06:59 am (UTC)
Yeah, I thought that would be a problem. I'll fiddle with it more tonight. What about the tan on dark brown? I know the more reddish one isn't nearly readable enough, I need to find a better colour for that.

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