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Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2011 01:35:22 +0300
From: Shinnok <admin@...nnok.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: website revamp

Hi Alexander,

The new website look really nice.

I have a suggestion to make though, the dated paragraphs as seen at
http://openwall.com/news are pretty hard to read and distinguish.
I propose trying to distinguish them somehow through at least something
like this:
http://trunk.shinnok.com/openwall_html/news.html

I've also taken the liberty to change the href colors to something more
in-theme with the current colorscheme, since blue doesn't fit that well.
If not for all href's at least for hover would be nice in addition to
underline.

The style diff can be found here:
http://trunk.shinnok.com/openwall_html/style.css.patch

As for the html, the only thing changed was the div class to
"paragraph-item" for the divs encapsulating the paragraphs.

Regards,
Shinnok


On 06/16/2011 10:27 PM, Solar Designer wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> This is not specific to JtR, but some of you have noticed that we've
> revamped the Openwall website - replacing the navigation menu, adding a
> logo, and using a CSS stylesheet throughout the website.  My other
> excuse for announcing this in here is that the primary contributor to
> this effort is Rich Rumble, who participated on team john-users in
> KoreLogic's contest last year.  Thank you, Rich!
> 
> Rich and I will appreciate any feedback on the new look.  If there are
> any browser compatibility issues, please let us know, although we've
> done fairly extensive testing already and recent versions of popular
> browsers appear to work fine.  (One that doesn't is IE6, but it's not
> recent.)  ELinks and Lynx also work fine, with special treatment on the
> server side.
> 
> Alexander

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