The UI is a little clunky and distracting. Although not a high-priority task, it might be worth spending a little time exploring alternative options for laying out things in Vizier
- Cell menus are over-emphasized, distracting attention from the code block
- Cell "download" button plays more roles than it needs to (e.g., edit in spreadsheet)
- The table of contents is a hack.
widthcells limit usability.
Notes from Sandy Achmiz
- V-alignment of the cells is not consistent or ... even existent really
- Cells are much too close together
- The code component isn't properly emphasized, which is easy to solve in various ways (like just giving it the same sort of outline that the other two parts have and spacing it out consistently from the selector element) -- Tone down border, make it smaller, more tab-like?
- The cell #s also need more relative emphasis (and proper V- and H-alignment)
- Collapsed Row -> keep the same formatting as the normal row, but just don't show output/tab bar
- Allow users to manually decide whether to show/hide the code block
- (Also I couldn't help but notice that your right-side-of-page hamburger menu uses a Unicode "identical to" mathematical symbol for the icon, which is inadvisable due to differences in fallback fonts across platforms, and in any case unnecessary since you clearly do have access to Font Awesome, which you use for the hamburger menu icon under the cell #s)
- Also see R Markdown (e.g., https://geo511-2020.github.io/geo511-2020-project-erikwoyc/) for an example of good stylization.
- Move to
max-widthinstead of a strict