To the pixel

In my last post, I described how I want our library web pages to have no wrong info. It’s an important goal, but it’s not the only one. Our web design should also be correct, down to the pixel. This is important because in the past, we’ve had problems with hasty or careless design, where things mostly line up, but if you look closely enough you see mistakes. We can do better going forward. Basically, we should correct flaws, even if something is only off by a pixel or two. We have enough bandwidth to fix these things; so these problems should not be ignored.

If you see an issue, please let me know. I promise that it will get fixed.

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