Code, issues, goals, and everything else for the blogger-based Gibdon Moon. The ongoing goal is to present a pleasing professional look by skinning ubiquitous page structures with unique color, font, and image schemes.
GoalsOriginal theme. Content-first. No visitor should have to hunt for the meat of any page and for that matter neither should search engines. Minimize eye strain. Small fonts are currently cool, but also hard on the eyes. Links clearly marked. People must know when something is click-able, especially when I intend for them to do so, but it also can't interfere with readability. Making links old-school-blue and adding some simple underline-when-hovering script goes a long way. Print-optimized CSS stylesheet. Specifically: no background and content is not bound in a box so it can wrap freely on any paper size. Explicit navigation. Main sections at the top with related links below the current post(s). Minimize Eye StrainCrisp font. Largish text size to offset 9.45 inch (680 / 72 DPI) reading width. 6 inches is the optimal width for a single line of text being read. :EOF
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