On Sep 29, 2009, at 8:55 AM, Richard Huxton wrote:
> For the browser, does the following match what you're after, Andrew?
> - clicking chapter title opens the browser panel
> - panel stays open until you click close icon
> - panel contains collapsable tree of chapter/section headings
> enabled and window is wider than N pixels.
Why wouldn't the entire TOC be in a collapsed list?
> In addition we'll presumably want to meet:
> - no external js libraries (or do we care, if we just reference it
Save yourself the hassle and just bundle jQuery. That's what I've done
for Pod::Site (module that builds the Bricolage API browser).
> - navigation is optional, disabling js leaves docs as at present
As long as there's a way to get the nav back from a link on each doc
> - works on all reasonable browsers (anything not IE6)
> - works online and in downloaded docs (except Windows .chm of course)
That'd be nice, too.
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