It’s way to narrow for my taste.
>>thingy for “unfold” (or whatever it’s called) the post is not intuitive at all – it looks more like belonging to the previous line’s “No comment” and as if it couldn’t fit in one line 🙂
sorry what thingie? the “headers” should only be on two lines: a metaline and the title..
Clicking on that it will unfold the post.
But it happened only by accident – it’s not suggesting to do it.
There is this line:
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and the “>>” below it looks like being part of…
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It should unfold everywhere the header is clicked.. the >> should be on the same line.. havent checked crossbrowser yet…
What are you using?
not digging the white background but Im sure that would be easy to modify by the end user.
Looks like its supposed to in FF 1.0.6 on a mac..
Shortened the meta-line now.. Cant you roll out posts by clicking anywhere on the headers?
Yes, the line looks shorter now and not confusing 🙂
Yes, I can click anywhere and it works.
I like the DHTML folding/unfolding idea for the post.
I was thinking of doing something like tat myself.
However, I don’t think it’s intuitive for the reader what to do.
Readers of WordPress blogs are used to click on the title of a post to go to the one post plus comments page, so we have to somehow make it obvious to the reader where to click-
The well recognized symbol for this behaviour would be the [+]/[-] signs to the right in the title line.
Of course the whole title line should trigger the behaviour, not only the [+] icon.
It would also be nice if you could choose to close a post by clicking anywhere in the post text.
I like DHTML behaviours and have used it in a demo listing but I’m not so sure about what browser work it nicely.
Way cool. Keep us up to date on it’s completion and release.
Simple, but very usable and clean. Like it a bunch.
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