[TYPO3-typo3org] TYPO3.org nice but 800px?

Martin Schoenbeck ms.usenet.nospam at schoenbeck.de
Fri Feb 17 22:00:41 CET 2006

Hi Kai,

Kai Laborenz schrieb:

> The pixel width of lines is quite unimportant in terms of usability - it 
> is the number of letters that counts. If this is about 60 in print (at a 
> standard line height) it is considered as good readable. On screen it is 
> a bit smaller - like 45 to 55 letters.

But that's true only, if you're reading text, not if you are looking up
some information. There the information, you get on the screen without
scrolling, is the interesting fact.

> So as we dont know what is the font size of our users we better leave 
> the width of the content as flexible as possible. The new design - which 
> I generally really like - is perfect for a flexible width using percenteges.


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