For now this site uses the Wikimedia "foreground skin", which looks good and modern.
A little issue with too narrow paragraph spacing has been fixed already. However there are some features that are better in other skins.
Compare different skins with these temporary pages:
Foreground: standard skin of this wiki, headers slightly too big, imposed pull-down menus
Pivot: better for mobile as no pull-down menus
Arguably the standard "foreground" skin looks better on computers as it's less cluttered. However on mobile devices Pivot is just as nice looking and better.
Also, the Tweeki skin has nice side panel use for the Table Of Contents, as illustrated here.
Further "bugs" to work on:
- remove more "From InfoCheckers" sub-headers (already fixed for first page)
- remove "About the Author" box on blog pages (quite useless and reduces the text field in mobile view)
Hopefully we can settle with either the "foreground" or the Pivot" skin and fix the small remaining issues with some hacking!
Suggestions / help very welcome!
|Posted by Admin (administrator) on 16 April 2019 at 20:54.|
Edited by Admin (administrator) on 24 April 2019 at 16:48.