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From "Jean T. Anderson" <...@bristowhill.com>
Subject Re: [web] Derby site reorganization
Date Tue, 11 Apr 2006 02:56:35 GMT
Thanks for this excellent feedback, Michelle. Sorry for the delay --
I've been out of town. I'll look at this tomorrow along with Dan
Debrunner feedback I didn't have time to close the loop on before
leaving town.



On Mon, 03 Apr 2006, Michelle Caisse wrote:
> Hi Jean,
> I just noticed that Quick Start is both a tab and an entry on the Home
> tab.  I do find this quite disconcerting.  I think that consistency in
> how the navigational features work is important for ease of use.  Having
> an entry jump to a new tab violates consistency.
> Other oddities:
> From the Download tab, click License.  Now you're on the Home tab.
> From the Download tab, click  The navbar collapses, rather
> than highlighting
> From the Community tab, click FAQs.  Now you're on the Home tab again.
> I think it would be helpful to have consistency in how heading levels on
> the navbar correspond to pages in the text area.  For example, each
> major heading level is its own page and each subhead is a jump on the
> text page.  Or, each heading, major or minor, is a new page and jumps
> within a page are not shown on the navbar (not needed since they appear
> in the TOC at the top of the page).
> Finally, I think it would help the overall design to have off-site links
> such as the Quick Links to open a new window.
> BTW, I really like the new colors.
> -- Michelle
> Jean T. Anderson wrote:
>> Stanley Bradbury wrote:
>>> Only one thing I noticed needed tweaking .  The tab: Quick Start
>>> never 'highlights' (shows active) - the HOME tab is darkened when
>>> 'Quick Start' is selected (the proper page is displayed).   
>> This is a side effect of also listing the page on the Home tab. Clicking
>> on the Click Start tab then jumps to that page on the Home tab.
>> Since the quick start page is the only page for the Quick Start tab, I'd
>> like to leave it associated with the contents of the Home tab, unless
>> people feel it's too distracting.
>> thanks for the feedback,
>> -jean

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