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Hmmm. i didn't change any settings in that regard.. must be part of the software change.
I’ll see if I can get my graphic artist to give me some samples for this. But I keep her working 60 hrs a week, so it’s tight on time these days.
In general I like the latest iterations from –Justin- as I agree, white background makes both text and imagery clearer.
Having heavy text over complex backgrounds is very tricky to pull off, it can be done if that’s the preferred approach, but it’s easy to make it hard to read (as has been commented on already).
Maybe we can discuss pro’s and cons of:
1. Simple background (solid color) with text on left, graphic on right
2. Complex background with text in various places
3. Text for the banner (we’ve covered some of that already).
Here is my suggestion:
Start with a white background on left side of banner, large text and logo go over the white, then fade in towards the right the ESL panel background to a point where a repeat tile can be created for it.
If we want text over the right side (again tricky), putting it in its own Div floated over the banner would be a way to get it to auto-adapt to screen widths.
This would allow the banner to be ‘elastic’ and A) not be so large and B) auto-adapt to varying screen widths.
I’ll see if I can get my artist in to squeeze in an hour or so on this.