James Kanjo has implemented a method that allows us as members to edit the CSS. So, is there any particular preference as to how the 68k section of the site should look? We want them to be similar, but at least distinguishable.
You could edit the colors.
This is my preference as well. It seems like the best way to make the two very obviously different.
The regular theme is a bit bluish. Perhaps a forest green?
Any chance someone could also modify the logo to fit in the color scheme and not stick out like a sore thumb?
I don't know how to do that. I can try to figure it out once all my homework is gone which might be this weekend.
Alright, I think I figured it out. Observe:
logo = Import["My Pictures/Logo10B.png","Data"]; logo2 = Map[RotateLeft,logo,2]; Export["My Pictures/Logo10C.png",logo2,"Data"];
I like it, except the background does not look good, with that forest Green.
Would the text boxes be brown as well?
Not sure I follow.
The blue boxes, in my opinion, don't look too great on the brown.
You want everything to be a different shade of the same color? No split complementaries? No multiple high-intensity dominants with desaturated accents? This olive-colored, monochromatic wasteland that we now exhibit demonstrates such little regard for harmony and contextual isolation that the main body doesn't look like a main anything – just more words in a drab warehouse.
I don't know if you realize how much eyestrain it causes. Believe me, it matters. A design that is attractive will welcome a person foremost, and then words will follow. (When was the last time you saw gray on green in advertising?) Overall, don't be reluctant to put two colors together – but we still need to get that contrast in check. That is, shine some light on the table so we can see the words more clearly.
I think it's a good match for the TI-83 theme, which is all that matters. If we're going to change the monochromic wasteland, we should come up with a new theme for both parts of the website.
68k… this site isn't alot of the 68k commands… most of the codes are assembly…
goto the TI site and search for the 68k assembly SDK—this is true 68k programming.
ps does this post go with this topic? =o
(i just clicked the first thread)