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Thread: Beta Test

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    I am inviting every one to beta test
    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/mag/
    A new magazine style entry point to AC where the plan is to post more indepth articles than the care sheet type articles that you find on most of AC.

    It should work on all units but has so far only been optimized for computers. I am working on improving it android and iOS units.

    Thoughts, Suggstion etc.
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    I wish I new more about bettas, b/c then I could do a beta test while writing about a betta



    But just looking at it, it looks great
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    I like it. I left a comment on the Krib article to test it.

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    I like it as well but on the Krib article I noticed that headers such as taxonomy look very close to the text following it. (latest firefox on win7)

    Having a quick look at the code I think the problem might be this:

    #header .logo h1 a{
    font-family: 'Droid Serif', Arial;
    font-size:44px;
    line-height:0.9;


    I also think if you want to make this work on mobile you'd need a different stylesheet. But I could be wrong of course. Interesting development though and it would bring a needed refresh to the static parts of the site.

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    I agree there should be more whitespace between section headings and their bodies of text. Like 1 extra line below and above it would help. The headings look slightly indented by one or 2 characters as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by talldutchie View Post
    I like it as well but on the Krib article I noticed that headers such as taxonomy look very close to the text following it. (latest firefox on win7)

    Having a quick look at the code I think the problem might be this:

    #header .logo h1 a{
    font-family: 'Droid Serif', Arial;
    font-size:44px;
    line-height:0.9;
    That is me f:ing up when I added the article. H1 shouldnt be used in the articles like that. (taxonomically incorrect). Changed them to h2 and it looks good.


    Quote Originally Posted by talldutchie View Post
    I also think if you want to make this work on mobile you'd need a different stylesheet. But I could be wrong of course. Interesting development though and it would bring a needed refresh to the static parts of the site.
    You are most likely right. However my plan is to make native apps for mobile units to get the best possible result.
    Last edited by William; 01-06-2014 at 08:29 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffs99dime View Post
    I like it. I left a comment on the Krib article to test it.

    I approved it. If you like that article I am sure you love part 2-4 which to me are more interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by William View Post




    You are most likely right. However my plan is to make native apps for mobile units to get the best possible result.
    Hmm... if you can pull that off you'd be rather unique, I don't think there's anything like it.

    On the downside.. you'd want IOS and Android, possibly tablet. Even with the current tools and frameworks that's a lot of maintenace work for you.

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    It looks good to me. I enjoy reading articles in that format better.

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    I like it

    Very similar to our Reef Blog here
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