[www.kde.org] [Bug 317553] www.kde.org webpages should not set font-size of unstyled body text and should comply with 100% Easy-2-Read Std

Gérard Talbot browserbugs at gtalbot.org
Sat Mar 30 19:28:08 UTC 2013


--- Comment #10 from Gérard Talbot <browserbugs at gtalbot.org> ---

When I set minimal font-size to 15px in Firefox 19.0.2 when logged in at KDE
forums, all the words, sentences at the far right side are truncated... just
like in attachment 78513 . And the body text (normal <p> font-size) is set to
13px. So, a minor increase of font-size from 13px to 15px creates an
inaccessible webpage. This *_is_* a serious accessibility-to-content problem.


> An appropriate set of CMS themes and a firm policy of respecting users 
> will not cause maintenance horror.

I agree with Felix. Ingo, as far as I can see, the problem is with the HTML and
CSS code of the related pages. 

chihuahua/css.php and in styles/plasmaMenu.css are *_not_* examples of
optimized code, compact code, streamlined code, code relying on browser
defaults (or appendix D), code using/relying on inheritance.

chihuahua/css.php and in styles/plasmaMenu.css have errors (probably triggered
by misunderstandings), redundancy, over-excessive CSS resets, unneeded CSS
declaration resets, over-excessively qualified selectors, etc.. 

Ingo, I am begging you to reconsider the status of this bug report. I can help.
I have proven in many places that I can optimize and improve a stylesheet.


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