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Layout Revision for the Revised Common Version Website

posted Nov 22, 2010, 11:01 AM by William Masopust   [ updated Nov 22, 2010, 11:43 AM ]
I have done a little work to clean up the pages of this website that list the chapters for each book. Many of the pages had a lot of unnecessary or duplicated information, which only got in the way of the site's usability. Here is an example of the former layout:


Notice that the book title appears on the page twice, and that on consecutive lines. Also note the subpages listed at the bottom of the picture. These are unnecessary as they just duplicate the chapters listed on the page. After some tweaking, I have cleaned up the extra stuff and now the pages look like this:


This new layout is much cleaner and only presents the needed information, namely, the book title and the chapters of that book. If you look closely, you'll also notice that the lines above and below the links at the bottom-center of the picture are the same length. Before, in the former layout, the bottom line was slightly longer and extended farther to the left than the top line. Overall, I'm very pleased with the new layout.
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