[hobbit] Skinned Hobbit (eww) discussion
josh.krause at twcable.com
Mon Aug 11 20:08:46 CEST 2008
Would love to get a hold of what you did, i like it.
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From: Robert Holden <robertholden at gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, 11 Aug 2008 1:33 PM
To: hobbit at hswn.dk <hobbit at hswn.dk>
Subject: [hobbit] Skinned Hobbit (eww) discussion
With all the discussion about icons, I figured I would open another can-of-worms (so to speak).
I don't know if this has been discussed before (I could not find anything in my searches). As part of getting buyoff from managers we changed the look of hobbit to be a little less "dark". We only make one change to the code (to make highlighting of the line work), all other changes were to the web/www files.
- Moved menu down to make room for 'company banner'
- changed colors (background/font/etc)
- Removed background (we were annoyed by the "blink" everytime the screen refreshed)
- Added status "line" between company banner & menu, also below the footer.
- Added highlight function: highlights line that mouse is over
- changed icons
- changed footer
I wanted to see what others thought of our effort. Also, I wanted to see if others think it would be worth the time to make hobbit 'skins' (never really cared for that term).
I am willing to help in any effort.
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