Mar
10

A quick word on the new header

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From Ben last night: We made a few design changes to the site tonight, and some of them are being a little bit pesky as they come online. Right now, the site is rendering a-OK for those using most browsers, but if the menu links are coming up unformatted with text bleeding into the main column, clear your browser cache and hit refresh. If that doesn’t do the trick, contact us with your browser and operating system info and a screenshot of the problem.

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14 Comments»

  1. Eric @ THTGB says:

    Cool stuff, like the new look.

  2. I miss the old River Ave Blues. Pre-YES.

    I can’t even remember what it looks like.

    /bursts into tears

  3. Do Not Feed The Trolls! says:

    Pfffft

    I used to post on RAB before they sold out to YES.

  4. Riddering says:

    I’m more concerned about RAB selling out to the LDS than the YES Network.

  5. I clicked on the “Shop” link in the snazzy new YES header… they’re not selling any “Save The Big Three” t-shirts. Not a single one.

    What Up With That?!?

  6. A.D. says:

    Ahhh further integrating into the YES network

  7. Dan Novick says:

    It looks a little clunky in Chrome. There’s some extra white space in a couple places, and a seemingly random line with an eighth of an inch of shading above it (just below YES’s tabs)

  8. Christos says:

    You officially have more than one link to your website on your website

  9. Leonidas Jones says:

    You’ve clearly got a browser sniffing issue here. Using SeaMonkey 2.0.3 on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, instead of the Yes banner with a series of menu dropdowns, there is a long list of individual text links, meaning a long scroll down to see any real content at all.

    Using Firefox 3.0.6 on the same platform it displays as intended. Spoofing my SeaMonkey User Agent string to reflect Firefox instead off SeaMonkey, and it displays fine.

    Okay, have you made an adjustment? I just switched the UA back to the real UA, and now the page looks fine.

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