stas at stason
Dec 30, 2001, 9:47 PM
Post #7 of 7
Thomas Klausner wrote:
Re: a new local download widget next to TOC
[In reply to]
> On Fri, Dec 28, 2001 at 11:37:56AM -0000, Jonathan M. Hollin wrote:
>>:: - not sure whether to use some small icons to indicate
>>:: but I do want to specify the file size. So suggestions are welcome.
> I'd go for small Icons (PNG) plus file size
PNG? What about browsers that don't support PNG or crash when they see
one? Netscape 4 comes to mind. (not sure which versions)
>>:: - if you agree with me that this is the right location, I think we
>>:: have no choice but use a table here.
> There are uses for tables, after all :->
> Have you allready done some DocSet-thing to make this widget? If I got it
> right, then this widget should only be displayed if the src is a POD file?
> How can you detect this with DocSet/TT ?
It's going to happen in two passes, first generate HTMLs than PDFs than
scan HTML pages for <!-- PDF link --> and see if there is a
corresponding PDF file. If there is this <!-- --> gets replaced with a
link to a file and its size, if not it just gets removed. So for now.
Just put into a template a hardcoded widget with a link to whatever and
whichever size. Once the widget looks the way we want we <!-- --> it.
WHen the feature is implmented this will just start working.
> BTW, maybe we could use some sort of filename/path checking to relace the
> title on the first page ("Home") with something more meaningful ("welcome to
> mod_perl"..). The hack I tried (replacing "Home" with something else in all
> files) did't really work out, because obviously "Home" is used in some other
I think this can be solved on the source level. In the config files, we
simply provide two titles. One normal title for a page display and
another shorter/different version for navigation bar.
But I've heard many people didn't like 'Welcome to mod_perl' as a title
for the front page. Should it be 'Welcome to World Domination HQ'? :)
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