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From Erik Abele <>
Subject Re: module links at /docs-2.0/mod/index.xml
Date Tue, 05 Nov 2002 21:17:56 GMT
André Malo wrote:
> * Tim Gerundt wrote:
>>I have a little suggestion for "/docs-2.0/mod/index.xml".
>>In the documentation you use this "red" links for module links.
>>I think at the module overview you should use this style, too.
> folks, just wanna say, that Tim and me have already discussed that before. 
> I suggested him to ask on the list.
> My opinion is to stick with the current variant, because I think the red 
> highlighting breaks the flow a bit - but I'm unsure.
> Would be nice, if someone could say something; it would only be a small 
> patch.
> nd

I don't like this idea. To get it really consistent we would also have 
to use the same font (courier, <code>) and that definitely wouldn't fit 
in there. Also the semantics are not the same: in continuous text the 
module-color/-font has the effect of highlighting the different 
link-types (directive, modules, ...) and to make it easier to 
differentiate them. In the module overview we have a list with different 
modules (headlines), nothing more; there is no need to differentiate.

Apart from this i'm +1 on using red-/courier-links in the continuous 
text which follows the headlines (see obsolete modules).

just my 2 cents ;-)


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