documentation. (There's a lot to learn!)
Am I the only one that doesn't like reading really, really long lines? I
know it makes the page feel shorter, but it's much easier to scan and find
things when constrained to a max width. For example, compare:
Here I've just added one line of CSS using the inspector tools: max-width:
960px, just for kicks. Simple fix, and in my opinion, it's much better.
With the narrower content I can scan it to more easily find what I need
(most pages are very long) and articles like Effective Go, which are small
books, read more easily up and down than left and right. (Plus, the
collapsability of the sections becomes more relevant and useful with
Is the website open-sourced at all? I'd be happy to contribute to the
development of the golang.org website if that's an option. (For instance,
another item on my question list is why the Go tour has basic syntax
highlighting, but the Go playground doesn't.)
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