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From Juan Jose Pablos <>
Subject Re: new tab structure, and a question about philosophy
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2003 18:47:31 GMT
Try this

on site.xml
<foo label="Foo" href="index.html" tab="footab" />

on tabs.xml
<tab label="Footab" dir=""/>

I think that is what are you looking for. I saw that today..



Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>   before i try the new tabs.xml and site.xml, one question:
> can i have a page associated with the tab itself that is *not*
> listed in the navigation menu (probably not using the correct
> terminology).
>   that is, i've set up my current site.xml, tabs.xml and book.xml
> files so that, to begin with, when you go to the home page of my 
> site, you get the obligatory "hi, there, how's it going? 
> yadda yadda yadda."
>   but that first page is not accessible through the navigation 
> menu.  because it's so general, i think of it like an abstract
> or preface before the real content kicks in.  the same is true
> of the page displayed whenever one would click on another tab.
>   1) does the new structure allow (for lack of a better phrase)
>      unlabelled pages to be added under any tab?
>   2) what do design experts think of this aesthetically?
> rday
> --
> Robert P. J. Day
> Eno River Technologies
> Unix, Linux and Open Source training
> Waterloo, Ontario

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