FlightDeck should incorporate standard Mozilla property branding/links

RESOLVED FIXED

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RESOLVED FIXED
9 years ago
8 years ago

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(Reporter: myk, Unassigned)

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Description

9 years ago
The FlightDeck website should incorporate standard branding that identifies it as a Mozilla site and links to other Mozilla websites.

fligtar: Mayumi tells me you're the person I should speak to about this.  Can you suggest some header/footer HTML that the site should incorporate into its design template?
Hey Myk,

If you'd like to use AMO's Mozilla bar, header, background, footer, or anything please feel free. We're planning on creating a global Mozilla heading element of some sort for Firefox 4 that will be integrated on mozilla.com/firefox.com and AMO, but we don't have that yet. So until then, take your pick of our existing inconsistencies.

It would certainly be nice if the builder linked to AMO and/or the Developer Hub.
Links to AMO will go definitely onto the frontpage. Dynamic links are a bit hard to achieve as FlightDeck is scraping HTML to get the data.
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Comment 3

9 years ago
(In reply to comment #1)
> If you'd like to use AMO's Mozilla bar, header, background, footer, or anything
> please feel free. We're planning on creating a global Mozilla heading element
> of some sort for Firefox 4 that will be integrated on mozilla.com/firefox.com
> and AMO, but we don't have that yet. So until then, take your pick of our
> existing inconsistencies.

Cool, thanks Justin!

Let's start with just the Mozilla bar for the header and a footer like the one on AMO, except that the image on the right-hand side should be a Jetpack logo, the "Blog" link should point to the Jetpack blog, the "Forum" link should point to the Jetpack discussion group, and the About and FAQ links should be hidden until we develop About and FAQ pages for the site.


(In reply to comment #2)
> Links to AMO will go definitely onto the frontpage. Dynamic links are a bit
> hard to achieve as FlightDeck is scraping HTML to get the data.

The only dynamic links I imagine putting into the header are "Register" and "Sign In" links if you aren't signed in and "Profile" and "Sign Out" links if you are signed in.  But those should reflect your status on FlightDeck, not AMO, and thus it should be relatively easy to make them work, right?
> it should be relatively easy to make them work, right?

Certainly
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Comment 5

9 years ago
Justin: is there someplace special we should copy the header/footer code from, or is it reasonable to copy them from a rendered page on AMO?

Updated

9 years ago
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED

Updated

8 years ago
Component: FlightDeck → FlightDeck
Product: Mozilla Labs → Mozilla Labs Graveyard
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