|From:||Carsten Becker <carbeck@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, April 15, 2007, 11:11|
First of all, I'm sorry, but I cannot keep up with the
list's volume at the moment. During my one-and-a-half weeks'
holiday you guys wrote about 400 messages that I'd like to
read, so that makes about 700 including those 300 mails that
I hadn't had read before even then.
Henrik Theiling <theiling@...> schrieb:
> I don't! I do not like underlined links at all, because
> they destroy the visual purity of the text. If you have
> many links, your text become more and more ugly. And it
> is the web designer's duty to prevent people from seeing
> ugly text. :-P
Let's put it this way: It depends. If you have a look at my
you'll see I personally prefer to indicate links by making
them a different color than the rest of the text. Of course,
seeing where one link ends and where another one starts
makes it difficult then, but I don't usually [use] [this]
[kind] [of] [referencing] like Language Log does.
"Besonvenyonangang ayena nudeng inunsegasyéna."
-- Segakáryo Litayarim
Venena, Tayamang 21, 2316 ya 08:38:12 pd
Sunday, April 15, 2007 at 01:02:06 pm