Here is my proposal for the 404 not found page.
The idea is based on famous misspell regarding Magento: Magneto. Everyone here has probably made the mistake typing too fast on the keyboard.
As we all know mistake typing an URL often leads to the 404 page.
Thus I would like to see a designed version of Magneto from X men in the 404 page.
Something like ...
Thanks for your patience. This is a new style being rolled out on Stack Overflow and the Stack Exchange network soon. Unfortunately, as you saw, there are a few errors still, so this change has been reverted.
Good point! Now it says
What's your Magento question? Be specific.
To answer the question you actually asked, this is a setting that can be changed only by someone with dev access. It's an easy change, you just need to get the right person's attention. That's hard to do directly, so your best bet is to post on meta and wait for a CM like me to see it... ...
Thanks for sharing your thoughts here. Orange is one of the those tricky colors, like red, in that when you mute the saturation it can quickly become "muddied" in its appearance. That said, I still think there's something we could do here.
Below is an alternate image. Is this still too bright? I've tried to level out the "hot" red areas with a more even ...
Thanks for sharing this issue. I could reproduce the issue on Windows 8.1 in Chrome and Firefox. After swapping out a different set of font files, it appears the issue was with the previous font files. I wouldn't say they were corrupted, but they had some odd artifacts within them.
The files have been updated and should work correctly now.
^^^ This ...
This issue has been corrected. This issue arose because I was using background-position-x and background-position-y, which I've come to learn are not ready for implementation (according to the W3C). Still all major browsers except Firefox and Opera Mini seem to accept the properties.
Anyway this has been corrected and badge icons are now correctly ...
Totally agree with you, it's happening on Chrome too.
That would be an easy CSS fix:
input[type="submit"][disabled], input[type="button"][disabled], button[disabled], .button[disabled], a.button[disabled], a.button[disabled]:visited, .btn[disabled], .btn[disabled]:visited, input[type="submit"]:disabled, input[type="button"]:disabled, button:disabled, ....
Not sure if this is a but or a new design feature.
Either way.... this does not happen only on the magento website.
Took a look on other websites like
and they look similar.