From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Sep 18 2005 - 17:45:07 CDT
Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin <antonio at tuvalkin dot web dot pt> wrote:
> One may want predictable image sizes for things that are not bits of
> web-advertising, too. If one wants to add to the bottom of one's pages
> things like "Unicode-encoded", "valid CSS2", "valid XHTML", "hand-made
> HTML" or "dolphin safe" one wants these buttons to have the same
> height and width.
The W3C logos indicating "valid HTML," "valid XHTML," "valid CSS," and
so forth are generally a standard size of 31 × 88. (W3C has an
additional conformance logo that is inexplicably 32 × 88.) That seems
to be a suitable de facto guideline to follow, and many of the privately
created "dolphin safe" logos more or less conform to it.
I was not satisfied with the available sizes for the "Unicode Encoded"
logo, and created a 31 × 88 version of one of the John Hudson-created
logos for my pages. But it was not a trivial task to make it look
decent, and I wouldn't recommend this procedure for everyone.
-- Doug Ewell Fullerton, California http://users.adelphia.net/~dewell/
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