This is fixed.
Our previous style rules were more or less, "If we're printing, hide this list of elements."
Now, it's a lot smarter, thanks to responsive design. We have a few methods for handling responsive breakpoints:
This is building now.
There was a change to z-index in Stacks which bumped the leftnav up to 5000. The thing is, though, leftnav didn't need a z-index. When it's inline with the page, it can just have its natural z-index, and when it's living in the top nav, it gets the standard z-index for a top nav dialog. This was probably left-over from a previous ...
Stack Overflow, as the first site on the network, always had sans-serif, I think. It's pretty common for websites. Sans-serif is essentially the default for Stack Exchange sites.
The math site did not start out with serifs. This changed when the site got a design because Jin, the designer at the time, "believe[d] the serif typeface on the header and ...
Some sites decided that serif fonts were more appropriate for their subject, so they have our serif font stack rather than the default sans serif stack.
There's more information on this answer about our fonts but I haven't checked whether the exceptions are still correct (I don't think they are).
... when looking at the Summary of Accounts in a user's profile, the badges for all sites use the icon for the site that the viewer is viewing the page from at that time.
There aren't individual files for each site's favicon, they are all in one file. Some sites use one style of badge for all three and some have three different styles.
The favicon for each ...
I don't consider myself a geek (I don't feel I'm smart enough) 😄 but I like the visual design: Greetings Earthlings. 😄
But I was more concerned with learning about what the section had to offer, offering suggestions, etc.
So there's at least one woman who likes the visual design of Area 51. ;)