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Re: [gnugo-devel] GNU Go 3.5.4 - Docs in HTML

From: aquarius
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] GNU Go 3.5.4 - Docs in HTML
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 23:52:43 +0100
User-agent: Opera7.22/Win32 M2 build 3221

Paul wrote:
However, as i'm somewhat related to web design, a bit of
advice: take the framed version down.  You could have
achieved the same result by adding a side menu to each
page.  Frames are nasty, they hide the main document's
address from the user and prevent bookmarking.

Actually the only difference between the two versions are
two additional files: gnugo_frame.html and gnugo_toc_frame.html
Both are generated by texi2html when called with -frames option.

So depending on which file you call you see the frame with
gnugo.html on the right side or gnugo.html only. The rest are
the same files. So the user can coose where to start.

In the index.html of the archive versions this is made explicit.

Adding a side menu is not an option for me because of the handwork
and since it would scroll up anyway. But if texi2html could do it ...

B.t.w.: With the right browser one can easily deal with framed pages.
Opera for instance can maximize and bookmark them, show their URLs
and has a nice info window on the left that shows site structure.
Mozilla should be able to do similar things.

Happy Go - ing

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