From: Otto Stolz (Otto.Stolz@uni-konstanz.de)
Date: Mon Sep 19 2005 - 03:36:44 CDT
Andrew West had noted:
> the Unicode logos at <http://www.unicode.org/consortium/uniencoded.html>
> are 152x57 and 100x16, which seem to be non-standard sizes,
António Martins-Tuválkin had written:
Geoffrey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The logos are not bits of web-advertising. The "standard banners" are for
> content that is hosted by advertising companies and appears on various
> publishing sites (like Yahoo or other high traffic areas,) where they
> want everything to be the same size so the page layout will be predictable.
For indicating compliance of a WWW page to various standards and recommendations,
or to support campaigns, usually "88 × 31 Micro Bars" (in the parlance of the
above-mentioned page) are used. None of the Unicode logos does comply with this
Personally, I use the UniEncTrans.gif logo alongside with standard 88×31 Bars,
e. g. in <http://www.uni-konstanz.de/ZE/RZ/Antivirus/TVD/SB/VSC451/#about>:
Though not standard size, it is not too distracting in a row of 88×31 Bars.
Indeed, I would prefer a Unicode-encoded logo in standard 88×31 size for my
WWW pages. Any artists to volunteer?
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