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From Juan Jose Pablos <che...@che-che.com>
Subject Re: [USER POLL/VOTE] Defining tabs?
Date Fri, 16 May 2003 15:20:22 GMT
Nicola,

2
but the tab itself does not contain the links, the links are define in 
site.xml. The tab just selects.



Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:
> 
> We have seen that there are different interpretations about what tabs 
> are, so we need to just decide what forrest thinks they are.
> 
> Tabs can be seen as:
> 
>  1 - shortcuts to certain parts of the site, as tabs in a book
>  2 - containers of separate parts of a site, as tabs on file folders.
> 
> In case 1 the links on the navigation are not contextualized, and the 
> tab is just a link, not a container. In case 2, each tab contains its 
> own set of navigation links.
> 
> Current implementation is a mixture of the two, where the tabs are just 
> links but nevertheless contextualized.
> 
> So, users and devs, what do you prefer tabs to be?
> 
>  [] 1 - shortcuts to certain parts of the site
>  [] 2 - containers of separate parts of a site
>  [] 3 - exactly as now
> 
> I just vote -1 for option 3, and any in 1 or 2 are fine for me.
> 



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