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zcorpan wrote:Feel free (although I wouldn't bother - aren't there a lot of images to convert?) Will you push the changes upstream so whoever maintains the theme can use the SVGs in upcoming releases if any?
There's an SVG version of the WHATWG logo here btw http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www ... /0042.html
Amtiskaw wrote:So :firefox: would show a mini Firefox logo, etc. Could be useful, and fun as well!
JAB Creations wrote:Heh nice icons, though like Z said some are old like and .
Amtiskaw wrote:Glad you liked my idea for the browser smilies. However, I am something of a perfectionist when it comes to graphics (just ask my co-workers and it's immediately obvious to me that those smilies are saved in JPG format. JPG is a lossy format, intended for photos, and when you save little things like icons, you tend to get compression artefacts that results in a slightly fuzzy, dirty look. Also, JPG does not support transparency, so you get white rectangles around them when shown on a non-white background, such as in a quote:
Instead, you should use PNG format for these kind of images. I've created 16x16 pixel PNG alternatives for each of the smileys you created:
You can download a zip containing all of them from my webspace here: http://www.brillskills.com/whatwg/smilies-all.zip
I also had a go at creating a more professional forum logo, take a look: http://www.brillskills.com/whatwg/forum-logo-in-situ.png
It's just a first attempt, so I'm happy for any feedback or suggested changes. If you like it, you can download the logo image itself as a 32bit PNG here: http://www.brillskills.com/whatwg/forum-logo.png
Amtiskaw wrote:I need to have a proper look through the CSS, but for now to fix the logo you'll need to change lines 3811 to 3817 in the main style sheet as follows:
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