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You are not the first one...

One of the bigger efforts lately: My redesign continues by kimmel.

Most people seem to be satisfied with the predefined layouts or their own CSS tweaks. See Display Settings. Here's a screenshot using my personal CSS - setup. Maybe, you'll don't like that either, but it demonstrates that the current HTML layout already allows to tweak the sites appearance a lot.

However, I fully understand what you mean. When I came here first in 2007, I thought that this site was abandoned long ago - maybe since the late 90ies? Then I scrolled down the alley of tables expecting to find an Optimised for Netscape! - but instead I found an excellent node by some ikegami guy, posted some minutes ago. Hooked.

In reply to Re: Why is still so ugly and outdated on presentation? by Perlbotics
in thread Why is still so ugly and outdated on presentation? by Zarabozo

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