At this time, I have the journal side set up not to include scoll bars, and you have to click "previous page"/"next page" links to go from one page to the next. It's all one html file, I'm just using #first, #second, etc anchor tags to seperate them to make them look like different pages. The problem is that many people have browsers set up with default fonts to a size of their own liking. Being one who likes simplicity, I rarely write my websites to change fonts away from peoples' defaults. Because of this, some people are viewing a little less of the burning man page than I want to show. They are unable to see the "previous page" and "next page" links. This can be corrected if you have a mouse with a rolling button as the middle button, but not everyone has that.
So, I am thinking about allowing the scrollbars back, and actually making the entire journal just appear as one page.
I am asking if this would look better, just to put the scrollbar back and having people scroll down as they read. Or should I keep the multiple page format, and write code to adjust peoples's fonts to fit, no matter what size browser they have?
As I've said, I prefer to remain simple in my writing, and would prefer not to write all the code. But I will for aesthetic reasons if that's a concensus.
If you have not yet seen my rough draft version, here's the link:
If you have seen it, and given comments in the past, I want to know what you think, too. Should I just make it all a page 1 and you just scroll up and down?
I am working on the journal side now, so it actually looks a little different than what is uploaded... I have added a little more, and I've started adding the burn pictures, but otherwise, at this time, it looks the same.
Any thoughts are welcome--it's still a rough draft.