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pdl.perl.org website updated

by etj (Chaplain)
on Apr 15, 2022 at 16:16 UTC ( #11143000=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

I've just (hopefully) finished tweaking the website at https://pdl.perl.org/, using Joel Berger's JavaScript-based update, enabling HTTPS by hosting on GitHub Pages. The search now uses MetaCPAN which has a neat autocomplete feature.

I've probably missed some stuff so please have a nose around and open issues on https://github.com/PDLPorters/pdlporters.github.com/issues or use the “Website issues” link in the sidebar (which links to that) - or reply on here!

As usual, please give the new website a try and report problems.

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Re: pdl.perl.org website updated
by LittleJack (Beadle) on May 27, 2022 at 01:26 UTC

    You have a classic "CSS is Awesome!" issue happening in the right hand column.

    Latest Chrome on Windows 10, 1920x1080, not that I think it makes any difference.

      Ah, so we do - thank you! Do you have skills to fix it, and/or capacity to open an issue on the GitHub repo ("Website issues" link, bottom of left-hand column)?

        Hi, sorry it's been a while since I logged in.

        I have the skills to fix it and would be happy to, but I would also say that you should consider using a front-end framework, like TailWind or Bootstrap, just as you'd use a framework for anything in your Perl; you wouldn't write your own CSV parser, would you?

        I'll create an Issue?

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