[sword-devel] New Sword Website: Drum roll please...
Don A. Elbourne Jr.
Tue, 10 Jul 2001 12:40:10 -0500
Your three suggestions are all good. They would need to be addressed by the
person who is redoing the ModDisp.jsp Whoever that might be. I'm not sure if
anyone has taken on that task or not.
The mouse-over text you are referring to comes from the "title" attribute in
the link. Some browsers don't support this, but for the ones that do, its
nice to have. It degrades gracefully for other browsers.
As for the organization of the modules, apparently there is no index on the
database counting the module information. But I'm sure that who ever
redesigns it, will want to sort the info in a more logical way.
Don A. Elbourne Jr.
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> Ah, makes sense, now that you explained it to me! LOL! I should have
> noticed the logic of the grouping.
> Just a thought or three:
> 1. Could there be a pop-up (similar to the pop ups, or whatever they are
> called, that appear when you hold the cursor over the buttons at
> the top of
> the page) on the module hyperlinks on the download page which states the
> size of the module?
> 2. Is it possible to place the modules under language headings and in
> alphabetical order? I don't fully understand why everything
> appears to be
> so random.
> 3. Is it possible to have a pop-up that describes the module?
> Say, place
> the cursor over the KJV and get a short description of it?
> Please forgive me for making such suggestions on this mailing
> list and not
> on the newsgroup. My ISP is run by Turkish citizens that did not
> my request for the address of their news server. Thus, I
> couldn't configure
> Outlook Express to send as well as to view the newsgroup.
> Also, I am willing to write the descriptions of the English
> modules and the
> Turkish module (I have a university student friend who could help
> me write
> the description in Turkish).
> In Christ,
> >From: "Don A. Elbourne Jr." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> >To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Subject: RE: [sword-devel] New Sword Website: Drum roll please...
> >Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 08:30:05 -0500
> >you wrote:
> > > A
> > > few small quibbles, though. Maybe the developers link could be
> > > moved to the
> > > left and the time/date section centered.
> >The rational for having the developer's link on the right side of the
> >Date/Time, is because the three groups of people, "Developers,
> >and Publishers" logically go together.
> >My suggestion would be to move "support" up in the top and shorten "User
> >Documentation" to simply "Docs." But Jonathan likes being very specific.
> >Don A. Elbourne Jr.
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