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TOPIC: Poll: Site & forum flexibility

Poll: Site & forum flexibility 8 years 3 months ago #2161

  • William Shakespeare
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There have been many debates as to the best way to present information on the Internet. Some swear by the fixed width (currently in use by all areas of this site except the forum) and the flexible width (currently in use by the forum). The main part of the issue is how lines are broken in Shakespeare's texts (and why we don't use line numbers on the site). If the site "flexes" then line numbers will change based an individual user's screen size.

This poll is to just see what site users prefer.
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Poll: Site & forum flexibility 8 years 3 months ago #2163

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Which layout are you referring to? Forum or the rest of the site? I prefer things as they are now, fixed for the plays and flexible for the forums.
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Poll: Site & forum flexibility 8 years 3 months ago #2166

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I'm referring to both layouts. The question is to use a fixed-width, a flexible width, or a mixture of the two like it is now.
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Poll: Site & forum flexibility 8 years 3 months ago #2167

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shakespeare wrote:
I'm referring to both layouts. The question is to use a fixed-width, a flexible width, or a mixture of the two like it is now.

But the poll only allows you to choose one or the other, not both...
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