Python's website does a great disservice to the language
singletoned at gmail.com
Wed Nov 2 10:32:27 CET 2005
I think I'm going to back you up a little bit here.
You've gone about this in a bit of a half-assed way (and pissed off a
fair few people in the process) but you are right that the site needs
It uses tables for layout with inline styles and font tags and doesn't
really use CSS. It has invalid html, and doesn't even attempt xhtml.
>From an accessiblity point of view it has a poor choice of font and a
poor choice of colours (blue links on a blue background).
Design issues such as what logos to use and such aren't really my
forte, but from a web developers point of view it's a badly made
On 01/11/05, CppNewB <noway at nospam.com> wrote:
> I was trying to advocate using Python for an upcoming prototype, so my boss
> went out to take a look at the documentation and try and get a feel for what
> the language is all about.
> First comment; "I hope the language is designed better than the site." The
> site is readable, but is amateurish. If I had an ounce of design skills in
> me, I would take a stab at it.
> Maybe we could round up a couple of designers to donate some time? Maybe we
> could build a basic CMS on top of Django or TurboGears (displaying Python's
> capability as a web development stack)?
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