Re: Yay!!!! I have a web page!!!!
|From:||Sally Caves <scaves@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, November 14, 1998, 20:08|
On Wed, 11 Nov 1998, Josh Roth wrote:
Well it's worth the wait, Josh, to see your backdrop come up with the
curvy buildings (Teonaht's Tsorelai Mundya, as it is represented in
the Teach Yourself, has similarly treacherous buildings!), but some of
the text is hard to read against the background.
> A few disclaimers:
> It is still under lots of construction, as I think most new web pages are.
> The main page (the one to which the URL above goes) seems to come out right on
> Macintoshes but not on PCs. On Macintoshes, the background image doesn't
> repeat; the text stops where the natural end of the picture is, and also, the
> title of the page is centered BETWEEN the tops of two buildings, as it is
> meant to be. But on PCs, it seems all the text gets bigger--the text goes
> down further and the picture starts repeating, so it looks bad, and the title
> clashes with the picture. If anyone knows how this can be fixed, I would be
> most grateful for your help (hint, hint).
Make this a visual that we can click on to get the full effect in a
separate page. Then, you can crop a portion of your lovely painting,
maybe the curvy blue buildings, and turn that into a tiled .gif file
that would repeat across your page. With this limited color scheme, you
could then choose your TEXT colors for contrast, and not have to worry
about legibility. But either put your painting on a separate page
that you provide a link to, or limit the color palette.
> Please visit my page and enjoy!
Li fetil'aiba, dam hoja-le uen.
volwin ly, vul inua aiba bronib.
This leaf, the wind takes her.
She's old, and born this year.