After a few months’ worth of work and testing, the new theme for the Mozilla Documentation Center section of the MDN web site is now up and running. While we’re still running on the same wiki software as before, you’ll find the look and feel has changed quite a bit.
I’ve blogged about these changes previously, so I won’t go into a ton of detail here. Other than looking much more like the rest of the site, the biggest changes are that the search box is now Google-powered, which works around the reliability issues we’ve had with search in the past (although it’s not currently language-selective; you’ll get results in all languages instead of just your own now), and that a lot of the site user interface stuff occupies a lot less space, giving you more room for content.
One thing we will be looking to change is the base font size for the body text. We realize it’s a little small right now.
If you have feedback on the new design, please feel free to share it using our uservoice page. I hope you like it!