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From "Shapira, Yoav" <>
Subject RE: [all][site] Site menu proposal
Date Mon, 08 Mar 2004 22:39:41 GMT

BTW, the - (collapse) links aren't working for me.  The + (expand) links
are fine.  IE 6 (latest patches) on Win2K.

Yoav Shapira
Millennium ChemInformatics

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dirk Verbeeck []
>Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 3:39 PM
>To: Jakarta Commons Developers List
>Subject: Re: [all][site] Site menu proposal
>OK, most people want the component specific menus & the Project
>Documentation together.
>What is left is the question if we want a list of (sandbox) components
>in the left menu or not.
>The current proposal (option 1) is to have 2 collapsed menu items in
>the top menu.
>They are only expanded when you are on the componets/sanbox page.
>On the other general pages and on the component specific pages they
>are collapsed.
>This has the advantage that if a new component is created only a few
>pages have to be updated (b or c).
>The [+] is also nice because it is a visual reminder there is more to
>find behind the item.
>Option 2: same menu but do not expand the menu on pages b & c.
>Option 3: expand the components menu on a,b,c,d (and move to bottom)
>Option 4: expand the components & sandbox menu on a,b,c,d
>           (and move to bottom)
>Option 5: expand the components menu on a,b,c,d,e
>           (and move to bottom)
>Option 6: expand the components & sandbox menu on a,b,c,d,e
>           (and move to bottom)
>My preference is to the current one (option 1). Option 5 & 6 would
>require a full site rebuild of all components when a new component is
>added. Option 3 is not very fair to the sandbox components wanting
>more visibility to grow.
>I would put 2 tables with all components on the homepage. Implemented
>with reusable XML entities the tables will be the same as on the
>components & sanbox pages.
>Can we then agree on option 1 or 2 if we add these tables on the
>Other options?
>-- Dirk
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