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Themes ~pj
Sunday, June 09 2013 @ 01:09 AM EDT

We've got something new at Groklaw. When you arrive at the homepage now, you'll see a new widget in the upper right corner, with a drop-down choice of themes, and it's available to everyone now, members and non-members. The default is Woodlands2, but now you can choose something else if you want to, even if you are not logged in. Just choose from the drop-down list and then click the GO button. You have to have cookies enabled, or the software doesn't know what to do for you. If you don't want to use cookies, just don't and use the default theme forever. It's your choice.

The purpose is two-fold: first, to make it possible for folks on mobiles to arrive and get to the two themes that are best suited for mobiles, the themes titled Mobile and Grokporate. Both should be better suited for small screens and I'm hoping for anyone using screen readers. Feedback welcome.

And second, we have a new one now for tired eyes, especially mine, called Woodnight, with a black background and cream text. We're still working on Grokporate and Woodnight, and Woodnight in particular still has really rough edges, but we wanted to go live so we can incorporate feedback.


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