[Phpmyadmin-devel] First usability report
Marc.Delisle at cegepsherbrooke.qc.ca
Wed Feb 7 19:14:42 CET 2007
Jürgen Wind a écrit :
> Marc Delisle wrote:
>> Michal Čihař a écrit :
>>> Hi all
>>> some of you might remember that I added phpMyAdmin to OpenUsability
>>> project. This brought first fruit and we got first usability report.
>>> There are some technical problems with images right now, so you have to
>>> download XML to see them (well in fact it will download xml + images in
>>> zip file).
>>> There are some suggestions for improving icons readability, which I
>>> generally like, but I don't have time to look at it more deeply right
>>> now. Anybody interested in merging those suggestions to our code? :-)
>>> : http://www.openusability.org/reports/view.php?group_id=153&repid=89
>> It interesting to get such reports, but I don't have expertise in
>> icon-making. Maybe Michael can help in this matter?
>> About the fact that the left logo is too big in 800x600, I agree. And
>> this would be quickly fixed for 2.10.
>> Are there some examples to corroborate the fact about where a top-left
>> logo should link?
> the navi logo is configurable already:
> $cfg['LeftDisplayLogo'] = TRUE; // display logo at top of left frame
> $cfg['LeftLogoLink'] = 'http://www.phpmyadmin.net/'; // where
> should logo link point to
> ppl just don't read the docs :(
Well, I think that his report is just saying what the default linking
behavior should be about this logo, according to "conventions".
When I install Moodle, there is a logo at the bottom of the main page,
that links to their home site and not the home page of the application.
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