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Re: Headlines: more CSS magic wanted (was: Hurd Mission Statement)

From: Arne Babenhauserheide
Subject: Re: Headlines: more CSS magic wanted (was: Hurd Mission Statement)
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 19:57:17 +0200
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Am Montag, 8. Juni 2009 20:54:43 schrieb Thomas Schwinge:
> This is wrong, as -- in my understanding -- these #s are for logical
> grouping and not for stating how big these headlines should be rendered
> on the screen.  In my opinion, all pages (this is wrong in other pages as
> well) should use a single # for their top-level headlines, ## for the
> second level, and so on, and we should use some CSS magic to make them
> appear not in that huge letters.  (Read: I agree that what currently is
> being used for rendering # and perhaps even ## is too big.)  Can you
> propose something more suitable?

You're right, that was a quick shortcut instead of doing it cleanly (else I 
would have affected parts of the site I didn't have the time to check). 

I'd decrease the size of "#" to something between the current "##" and "###" 
and reduce the others accordingly, so "####" is still distinguishable from 
normal text. A heading can also be distinguished by other things then size, 
though. Some options: 

- boldness
- italic
- a margin-left

margin + bold and margin + italic would be two levels which can have the same 
size as regular text. 

Best wishes, 

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