On Mar 3, 2005, at 8:12 PM, Devon H. O'Dell wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-03-03 at 10:44 -0800, Murray Stokely wrote:
>> On Thu, Mar 03, 2005 at 07:01:47PM +0100, Devon H. O'Dell wrote:
>>> Which red? The Beastie logo was an old version; a new one has been
>>> uploaded. This is Chris' submission for the new logo. Ideally
>>> we use for the new logo should be placed there.
>> The red used for the <h1> headers. You updated all of the other
>> colors to blue but you left the hot red section titles from the old
>> design which clashes with your new cool color based design.
> Ah, alright. I'll see if I can find a nice matching dark blue. The
> difficult thing about these headers is that they're actually made with
> <font size="+1" color="#99000">, so this isn't directly stylable. I'm
> going to go through the web site and clean these sorts of old-style
> semantics up, remove HTML text display and formatting tags (except for
> the tables) and extend the stylesheets.
If we change this, then of course this will impact pretty much every
freebsd html page ever produced, including the Handbook etc. And because
the color of these headlines in the Handbook is pretty much the only
that still gives it the FreeBSD look and feel, that will be a BIG
I'm not against changing this to a blue tone. But I wanted to point out
significance of that change. The alternative would be to use the same
red tone for the logo, like I've done in previous mockups.
Or maybe if we add slightly more yellow to that red tone in order to
more complementary with the blue. Using a second color isn't necessarily
a bad thing. If everything is in blue tones then it will be a VERY cool
> Chris, are you subscribed to www@? I just did.
Yes, I am :-)
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