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Re: [Rule-www] Navigating the web site

From: Rodolfo J. Paiz
Subject: Re: [Rule-www] Navigating the web site
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 16:33:49 -0600

At 4/20/2002 01:51 PM -0400, you wrote:
>         site navigation: Left side frame? top and bottom menus
>         embedded in tables (as today, look at source) but dynamic?

I like left side navigation, personally. If done with frames, we should
provide a noframes version as well, no?

Left-side navigation, especially in a frame where the damn thing doesn't move, seems vastly more intuitive and useful to me, by far my favorite. However, if not all browsers yet support frames, then we should provide a noframes version too.

Top-and-bottom may be easier to include and thus a better initial path (again ignorant here), but is somewhat less convenient to use.

If Rodolfo wants to host them on his server, thats easy enough as well.
Judging by my access logs, it shouldn't generate a lot of traffic.
I assume ssh access is available to upload the data?

I wouldn't see "want" as an issue. If the concensus is that this is the best place for them, then I can certainly spare the space for them. I'd guess as high as 1GB might be available...

FTP access is preferable since, to be perfectly honest, I have no idea where Plesk puts the files and would have to hunt for them. Still, Michael, yell if you want a shell. Then you can put abcdefghi.txt on the server via FTP and we can go look for it. <grin>

I am working on some sort of documentation for both projects, detailing
how to build the filesystems, and how to generate the images. I want to
do it before I forget how. :)

Mail me anything you want spell-checked, proofread (I'm good), or translated to either Spanish, Portuguese, and French. My last two are rusty but this makes good practice.

Anyway, I am rebuilding it with a new case, 2 40GB drives, and hoping I
don't lose any data in the process.

Want some temporary backup space? Got about 20GB currently free...

Rodolfo J. Paiz

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