No, this isn't about an Emacs key combination!
I happened to catch Responsive Design Themes - What can sites customize and how can they get changes implemented? on Meta Stack Exchange where there was an invitation for each site to discuss their site's design elements in order to:
better reflect their communities and allow them to be different from the rest of the network
Given the recent changes announced in Unix & Linux new site theme is live, I thought I'd post this question here as a "bridge" to start any discussions relating to our site.
If you would like to see a change in any of the below elements (transcribed from the MSE post above), then create a new Meta post, tagged design, relating specifically to that element.
Site-customizable elements at this point are:
- background -- currently a grid of dots (I think)
- header content -- recently decided to be blank
- logo -- currently the UNIX & LINUX graphic
- photo box -- currently none
- footer -- currently "Linux is a registered trademark..." (I think)
- sidebar -- currently stock (I think); "could be light-colored solid, pattern/texture, or fade or even a combination."
- the colors of:
- Buttons (voting/accept/favorite/Ask Question/Review’s Leave Open, Skip, etc/, I think?)
- OP indicator boxes (background shading of OP’s name on their comments on their own post)
- link colors (visited/unvisited)
- voting arrow colors
- tag colors (background & text)
- question titles (in the questions list, not on question pages)
Please feel free to clarify any point above, as I have no better insight to the site's design elements than any other user.