Regular readers of D-Lib Magazine may have noticed that the magazine has a slightly different look this month. Earlier this year, we decided to introduce some design changes to meet the following goals:
A quick look at the verbs that begin each of the listed items above ("reduce," "introduce" and "begin") should indicate that the changes are meant to be evolutionary, not revolutionary. For example, we have introduced style sheets that will affect the formatting of the entire issue of D-Lib Magazine. We have shied away from using styles that aren�t handled well by the major browsers, and tried to ensure that should someone be using a browser that doesn�t support style sheets -- or should have their browser preferences set to ignore style sheets -- the magazine pages will still display acceptably and all links will work. We have looked at this issue of D-Lib Magazine on various platforms using different browsers. If we have missed something, please let us know.
As always, we invite your comments and suggestions, not only about the style of the magazine, but also its content.
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