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Improve ratings display

  1. Juan Martínez avatarJuan Martínez

After last PyWeek some people told me that the ratings on pyweek.org were difficult to read.

These changes try to address that adding the overall in the entry page and changing "Avg" into "Overall" and putting it before the categories (after all, it is used to calculate the ranking).

Besides I've added a "top" table to make easier to see which entries did better in each category.

I've tried to make the changes not too intrusive, feel free to change anything!



Comments (4)

  1. Juan Martínez author

    I see the problem, it's just some CSS:

    table#top-entries td { vertical-align: top; }

    I created some fake data for testing but it wasn't close enough to having real data!

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