So I have a problem. The Web Site look pretty good as long as the visible area is approximately the same size as the background image. However re-size the viewable area and we get a couple of problems:
- The text (certainly of the About page) extends below the image and encroaches on the footer. (Not sure why the footer does not move down).
- Even if the footer did move down, we would be a situation of a having a ‘GAP’ between the background image and the footer.
Need to think about this one.
Oh and have decided to rename Blogs – Blog. It seems to be an agreed ‘standard’ and add it to the menu bar at the top of the pages. The easiest way to achieve this was to add a soft link (ln -s) from blogs to blog, and then under Settings>General change both urls to point to blog. So far this seems to be working a treat.
So the site pages (Home, About, Contact, Policy) are a known ‘Fixed’ size and can retain a fixed size screen structure, with a single background image.
For dynamic pages (Blog and all topic pages) I will have to forego the background image, and will need to come up with a theme/scheme instead.
Replaced the images on the About page with half size ones – looks much better.
Narrowed the central area to 60%, and increased the Nav and Aside areas to 20% each. has improved the look, and means that when reading (at least in landscape) your eyes are not having to scan.