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Very cool!  Overall, I like your CSS, but I do have a few comments:

- The link color is too light for me.  I have really look hard to read
some of them and they aren't as prominent as basic text.  I think the
opposite should be the case.

- Perhaps you could incorporate the Lua color scheme (i.e. blue/white)
into the CSS by possibly choosing a tasteful blue for the links.  This
would address my previous comment.

+ I really like the breadcrumb trail style.  s(l)ick!

- Could you add syntax highlighting à la  I think this is
essential before any switch-over.  Lua is the language of the site.
It should at a minimum have syntax highlighting support for it.

- What about the Lua logo?  That should be there as well.


On Feb 18, 2008 2:06 PM, Petite Abeille <> wrote:
> Hello,
> Thanks to Matthew M. Burke, a demo of the wiki running
> under Nanoki [1] is available online:
> This Nanoki demo has been populated with the content of
> as follow:
> - Get a local copy of the wiki content using wget [2]
> - Convert the HTML to Markdown syntax using Aaron Swartz's html2text [3]
> - Import the converted content into Nanoki [4]
> Feedbacks, comments, likes and dislikes very welcome.
> Cheers,
> PA.
> [1]
> [2] wget --mirror --html-extension --convert-links -np
> [3]
> [4]