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  1. consistent font style in data titles

    The data title text varies between bold and not bold. It would be better to have just one style (preferably bold).

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      completed  ·  Andrés González responded

      Issue is due to minor font size changes in titles, which are done on purpose. It only appears like this on Windows XP without cleartype, Windows Vista and above, as well as OS X & Linux handle font rendering properly, so we will keep it as is since XP users will be phased out.

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      • Compliments from Larry Gorenflo - ljg11@psu.edu

        You guys have done a particularly nice job here … enabling the search by browsing or by theme (agriculture, etc.) … or by year. I searched for some stuff I know already exists and found it quickly … more quickly, I should say, than the old website. I also worked through the themes and found the results very useful. I don’t think I would change anything here; at least, nothing comes to mind in terms of what might be added to make it more useful. As an aside, I particularly liked the additional data that you have up. I have…

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        • I don't find 'community' particularly useful

          Larry Gorenflo - ljg11@psu.edu - I don't find 'community' particularly useful in this context, in that it already appears as a technical term in the ecology and socioeconomic work that I generally do (and that a lot of users of SEDAC, I suspect, also generally do). That stated, I think the secondary headers work well in that they serve to guide users into the site from other angles. I think in general it is a good part of your beta site. Sorry, but again I don't have any real organizational  recommendations or useful comments. Well, except that I suppose one…

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