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Your comments, please: Sporle.de (6 posts)

  1. shadaik
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    So, after some weeks of fine-tuning I finally decided my site to be ready for some expert's reasoning on design and stuff (content is in German, so beware).

    It's ablog on exergaming, to be found at http://www.sporle.de/

    There are some flaws I know, I do work on them already:
    - The logo has suffered somewhat from conversion to .png in order to add transparency. I am working on this.
    - Some of the entries in "Tests" are still hard-coded html from when the site used to be non-Wordpress-based. This is also being down right now.

    For everything else, I am gleefully awaiting your comments and the moment I can scrap "gleefully" in favour of "horrifiedly".

  2. shadaik
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    As for critique on my post: Of course, the post inconsistency is being dealt with (done), not down.

  3. Sridhar Katakam
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    You need to define a font in your stylesheet.

  4. shadaik
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I honestly don't want to, can't see the point in doing this.

  5. artcase
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Defining a font in your style sheet keeps the text on your page looking consistent and is considered "good design"

    A.

  6. shadaik
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I consider it forced design. I'm not forcing stuff on my readers unless it is necessary to make clear some properties of a font, such as the hx-Tags where I clearly want a non-serif font (however, I just realized, having hx a actually makes the browser default, this is unexpected as my defintions for a say nothing at all about defaulting back fonts, so thanks for the hint).
    As for the main text, this is up to the user. I simply do not want to interfere with what the user has set up as default in his browser as I reckon it is being defaulted for a reason (wether it be by the browser's programmers or the user).
    Everyone should read it in the font (s)he prefers, not in the one I consider best-looking.

    However, if that is the most serious concern with my blog's design I assume I did something right.

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