Martin Burns wrote: > tbh, fixing the current CSS is a relatively easy job; it's just updating > about a dozen styles. right. I don't have FTP access to anything so last night I was trying to copy/paste and reproduce a test site on my hard drive.... leading to a slight breakdown in frustration and the subsequent frustrated email. > I propose using the styles (and only the text styles) I used (and > somewhat stole from mollio.org) at > > http://weo.easyweb.co.uk/node/3 Fine by me. I find those styles a bit overly-vanilla but at least they are consistent! The different line-heights on the evolt.org front page (at least on FF3 Mac) looks like style conflicts but I did not research it. I also would not distinguish "sticky" article excerpts from "regular" articles in design/layout, unless there is a really good reason for it. Especially not with font-styles or size. It just looks like a display issue. Actually, what would be really cool, is to give someone with some front-end design sense, time, and desire, some license and access to adjust some of this stuff, without having to have every single adjustment discussed ahead of time. I don't think any one of us would let our own personal site, or work we do for clients, display or behave like evolt.org is right now. Erika PS on the code-guidelines what is that bizness about the "colored PHP"? That's all done w/ font tags. I took that section out of my revision cause it just seems wrong.