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>> feel free to clean up that section list at the top anytime

> Could you please elaborate on that.

It's the only thing that bugs me about Perlmonk's otherwise perfect utilitarian design (vroom++). I think pipes are problematic separators there because capitalized text has a lot of vertical lines, so it looks cluttered, compared to something like bullet points:

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• When the line breaks are removed the menu wraps smoothly (as shown here).

• Turning off text-decoration (underline) on links would clean up the menu and modernize the look of the entire site.

• Maybe integrate the monkquip with the blue page header. I think it wants to be under "PerlMonks" or over the search box or in its own blue <tr>.

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Thanks for all you do, and keep up the good work on Perlmonks!

In reply to Re^4: Perl Monks Birthday? by Anonymous Monk
in thread Perl Monks Birthday? by perldigious

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