The_Hankerchief wrote:So, how does one get back to their personal profile from the main menu?
Oly-RRR wrote:The_Hankerchief wrote:So, how does one get back to their personal profile from the main menu?
There's a dropdown menu button in the top right corner, when it opens the link your profile is listed on the top (at least that's how it is on my Android phone).
eishiya wrote:I agree with HABE that there aren't enough changing comics on the front page. The front page was exciting for a little while, but now I don't like going there anymore now that I've seen the covers of all the comics that are constantly up there.
I also agree that the comics/browse page is the most effective visually, since it radiates from the logo and has a large splash of colour. I think that the site feels just as SJ-ey and identity-heavy as the old site did, at least on my screen where there's plenty of blue background going on.
eishiya wrote:I think the fact that comics' sites aren't SJ-branded are a major selling point of the site, but I do think that the default templates could use SJ-branding it that can then be customized away.
(I also still think an optional reader toolbar with SJ branding and tools like faving, going to your next unread faved comic, comic navigation, etc would be a good compromise for this, and a huge usability boost. Since SJ templates are complicated in their structure, perhaps it'd need to be served with iframes rather than as an extra element on the page.)
JoKeR wrote:But what about comics which use already frameset ...like mine http://www.katran-online.com ??
eishiya wrote:By the way, framesets are deprecated in HTML5, so if you want to keep up with the standards and make sure your site is shown correctly in future browsers, you may want to recode your template xP Browsers are not obligated to support deprecated features. Most do support them, at least for now.
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