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From Alan Conway <acon...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Qpid website update
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2014 15:51:06 GMT
Looks good on android portrait and landscape, the hamburger menu is
neat. I never noticed "developer central" before - very handy set of
shortcuts! Keep up the good work.

On Tue, 2014-02-04 at 16:11 -0500, Justin Ross wrote:
> Hi, everyone.  I've got a pending website update up for review.
> 
>   http://people.apache.org/~jross/transom/head/
> 
> There are a number of changes.  I have summarized them below.
> 
> Please take a look and tell me how it works for you.  In particular,
> I'd be interested to know how it functions on any mobile devices you
> have.
> 
> I will be testing the update this week in preparation for committing
> it after the 0.26 vote closes.
> 
> Thanks,
> Justin
> 
> ---
> 
> Navigation
> 
>  - Up in the top right there is now a "hamburger menu".  This is
> useful I think in general, but it's particularly important for mobile
> devices, where a lot more scrolling is required to reach any
> navigation further down the page.  The developer center is now linked
> from inside this menu instead of the bottom of the home page.
>  - Search is also changed a little: it will pop down without an
> additional HTTP request.
>  - I moved the information on notification lists to "Notifications"
> sections on the issues and source code pages.  The source code page
> now holds the "Continuous integration" section as well.
> 
> Mobile
> 
>  - The full site is now available in landscape on ~5-inch phones
>  - The navigation links at the top progressively disappear to
> accommodate smaller and smaller viewports
> 
> Visual refresh
> 
>  - The site handles overlong tables and preformatted content better,
> by using horizontal scrolling when necessary
>  - Various minor improvements to the docbook rendering
>  - The page now scales to a greater width
>  - Avoid awkward column breaks between section headings and content
>  - Many other small tweaks
> 
> Page load performance
> 
>    I used Google's PageSpeed tool to analyze page performance.
> 
>  - Defer javascript load until after the page is loaded
>  - Defer template image loads
>  - Minify output CSS using cssmin (note that this introduces a
> dependency on python-cssmin)
>  - Where it does not impact above-the-fold layout, defer CSS loading as well
>  - Use cache headers that work for older browsers
>  - Apply response compression more broadly
> 
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