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Proposed changes per my message here: http://news.php.net/php.webmaster/14786
I would still prefer fluid 100% width, but that's a more dramatic change and looks a little strange with the logo/navigation/search being in the center. Perhaps all the header content could be left-aligned? (As old fashioned as that sounds.)
display quick toc horizontally at top of doc entry and added some styles for switching to fixed pos when the user scrolls passed it.
also removed right margin on .docs #layout .layout-content to free up more horizontal space.
switch quick toc from static pos to fixed when the user scrolls passed it.
distinguish the current section link based on scroll position.
moved .links above .content in quick toc
removed seemingly erroneous extra closing aside after quick toc.
I don't mind the theory on this — the sidebar TOC has real problems on narrow displays, in particular, but I'm not totally sold on the styling of this as yet. Might end up being something to play with post-launch (assuming we launch soon as I hope).
I'll have a think about it. Sorry we haven't been as diligent on the PRs as we should have been!
Is there any chance for reducing the side margins before this is launched? I pointed out on the news group that mktime, for example, is particularly hard to follow with the large font and rather restrictive content area.
I like the idea!
Not a fan of the actual layout of it, but I like the idea of it floating at the top for quick navigation...
Unsure how useful it is though :]
Closing.. No longer applies and never updated