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From Carlos Ramirez <crami...@gte.net>
Subject Re: Main index.html
Date Thu, 19 Oct 2000 06:44:10 GMT
Hello,
Here is a link to my suggested layout for the Apache Documentation page. 

http://www.quantumfx.com/apachedocs/

The following are some of the notable changes (aside from the obvious
layout):

1. The Apache header image expanded to 600 pixels instead of the 500
pixels.
2. Release Features made more visable
3. Renamed "Other Notes" to "Other Topics". Other Notes kinda lessens
(for lack of a better word)
   the sections' importance. (for this type of layout, that is, where
its on the same visible
   level as the other sections).
4. Search made available from the start. We can put a drop down to
search specific sections 
   (i.e. Directives, Reference Manual,...,all)

Of course there are other issues such as the order of the sections;
Other Topics,Reference Manual, Platform Specific Notes. The main reason
for this ordering was that I am viewing the Reference Manual section as
the center. Anyway, the main objective here is the presentation of the
topics. The rest can be dealt with later.

Comments/Suggestions??

-Carlos Ramirez



Joshua Slive wrote:
> 
> On Mon, 16 Oct 2000, Chris Pepper wrote:
> 
> > At 11:44 AM -0700 2000/10/11, Joshua Slive wrote:
> > >If we are going to add more task/topic specific stuff to
> > >the docs, then the main documentation page needs to be reorganized.
> > >A simple idea is attached.  The problem is, we are shoving important stuff
> > >like the FAQ further and further down the page.  Does anyone have a better
> > >suggestion?
> >
> >       I think this works as a two-column table. Example attached.
> >
> 
> I think it is better than my suggestion, but I still think it is ugly
> and a little too busy.
> 
> Does anyone have any other suggestions?  There is nothing sacred about the
> current layout, so it might be good to think of something totally
> different.

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