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Consider a second color for visited links #11

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hellerbarde opened this issue Jul 14, 2017 · 3 comments
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Consider a second color for visited links #11

hellerbarde opened this issue Jul 14, 2017 · 3 comments
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@hellerbarde hellerbarde commented Jul 14, 2017

While I agree that the default blue and violet look kinda horrible, the visibly visited links concept is still a good and useful idea.

As a suggestion, consider Maroon from this website: http://clrs.cc/ (#85144b)

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@denysvitali denysvitali commented Jul 14, 2017

Thanks for your suggestion, I'll implement the color you proposed :)

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@denysvitali denysvitali commented Jul 14, 2017

I wrote an elaborate answer before, but I accidentally closed the tab and lost everything (fml).
By the way: I changed the color as suggested, but tweaked it a bit. I chose the #941352 color because I thought yours was a bit too violetish.

If you don't like it, and want to propose another change, feel free to reopen this issue :)

The changes are now live at thebestmotherfucking.website
screenshot from 2017-07-14 15-21-58
Please note that the colors in this image may not be accurate, since it is in JPEG format, it is better to see the changes for yourself on TBMFW.

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@hellerbarde hellerbarde commented Jul 14, 2017

@denysvitali denysvitali added the design label Dec 23, 2017
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