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Re: Reflection about documentation.by
David Arnold BA HSG / Analista
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Congrats to Odoo to the new design!!! Hosting a rtfd on your servers might seem a good idea, also strategically to be somwhat connected to the latest news in the doc communitiy.XMO, I would suggest some little tweaks on the headline css, spaces before and after headlines, etc. to give it even more visual structure. Play arround a bit with the baseline and probably make the paragraph size narrower ( maybe cutting it at 3/4 would look nice and harmoneous ).Probably you could think about using an alternate/contrasting font for headlines, this is usually a good idea, IMO. (some suggestions: Arvo, Bree Serif, Patua One !, Comfortaa, Coustard)Additional ressources for text heavy web design: http://typecast.com/