[Nottingham] Website (Thursday 16/01/2014: A Cross to Laguna)
martin at ml1.co.uk
Tue Jan 14 13:23:40 UTC 2014
On 14/01/14 09:22, David Aldred wrote:
> On 13 January 2014 23:36, Martin wrote:
> On 13/01/14 22:47, David Aldred wrote:
> > Personally, and having a certain professional Web interest, I don't
> > think the colour combination works. Have you checked it against WCAG
> > standards for accessibility?
> But then... What nicely goes with dark green?
> OK, that's somewhat hefty...
> And that is still impossibly hefty!
> You can check colour contrast automatically using the WebAim checker
> <http://webaim.org/resources/contrastchecker/>. (I've just done so and
> it doesn't like the blue on green, as I rather suspected!)
lists various unsurprising complaints about the structure for the first
page of our site. No complaints about contrast?
(That's a good tool thanks.)
> Atahualpa is very definitely not a mobile responsive theme. However, it
> is kindly enough to render nicely on my old mobile. You do then need to
> zoom and scroll around to view and navigate.
> An alternate mobile-friendly theme can be tried... Is there anything
> that would fit with the sort of thing we have at present? The main
> headache is for holding onto the calendar...
> There's a fairly flexible Wordpress responsive theme called (logically
> enough) Responsive <http://wordpress.org/themes/responsive>, which could
> be a place to start! I don't know what calendar control/plugin you're
> using, though.
> In fact, if you go
> to http://wordpress.org/themes/search.php?q=responsive you'll be
> presented with a whole list of themes containing the word 'responsive'
> in their descriptions - there musty be something suitable there!
OK, so that's new and good.
We're using "Modern Tribe" for the calendar, being as they were one of
the first to put together a good calender app from long ago.
Easy tweak/debug suggestions are very welcome. For the moment, a
revamp/overhaul is something for a rainy week. Or... In true FLOSS
style, any help with a Robin Hood mythically themed group site would be
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