>Perhaps we should take Lalo's suggestion further and collect a list of 
>existing designs that show what real graphic talent has been able to 
>accomplish.  Some of the newer weblogs, wikis, forums, portals etc. out 
>there are looking almost, well, beautiful.  Here's an example from YABB 
>(Yet Another Bulletin Board): http://www.yabb.info/community/.  I'm sure 
>there are many more that might provide inspiration.

Good stuff too.

>One design consideration is how much to rely on CSS.  Looking under the 
>hood (ie, viewing the source) for some of these "slick" designs reveals 
>modest to sophisticated dependence on CSS.  But I think the days of 
>worrying how it's going to look on Netscape 4 should be just about 
>over.  What say??

I think we can safely rely on CSS. Common, Zope 3 is a new product, and if 
someone needs to make it backward Browser-compatible, he can always 
implement a less fancy CSS-free skin.

I want a product that is as slick as possible. The best-looking Zope-like 
product I have found so far is Westside.com; you used to get a trial 
account, but this seems to be deactivated. So go through the tutorial, 
since it has screenshots.


Stephan Richter
CBU - Physics and Chemistry Student
Web2k - Web Design/Development & Technical Project Management

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