|salam on Dec 11, 1999 at 12:00:22 PM||No Rating|
SHOW AN EXAMPLE !!!
each script must have an example file; because if I can't see what it look like, how can I decide to write it ?
|Scott Isaacs on Dec 5, 1999 at 12:04:19 PM||No Rating|
|Every article contains an example. Look at the left menu. Clicking on "Main Menu" does the flip.|
|naiads on Dec 5, 1999 at 8:21:38 AM||No Rating|
PLEASE SHOW AN EXAMPLE!!!
|skywk on Dec 4, 1999 at 10:41:07 PM||Rating: 3|
|sidath on Nov 1, 1999 at 5:52:14 PM||Rating: 4|
|An Example or a Demo is a must to improve these articles.|
|sinfree on Oct 14, 1999 at 12:00:29 PM||Rating: 1|
|PLEASE SHOW AN EXAMPLE!|
|Scott Isaacs on Oct 5, 1999 at 8:58:30 AM||No Rating|
|This script is demo'ed throughout most of the site. This is how we do the menu swapping in the left column. For example, click on "Main Menu" in the left column on this page. The menu flips.|
|Jonesy on Oct 5, 1999 at 5:54:00 AM||Rating: 2|
I would prefer to see working examples BEFORE I had to read through everything and piece it together myself. Doing all of this to see the end result is ... questionnable.
Likewise, this article jumped too swiftly without really explaining too much.
|Gerry on Aug 21, 1999 at 8:50:00 AM||Rating: 4|
|You should add something like a "Step by Step Help on line" , a Wizard to easely compose one's menu.|
|RickD on Aug 20, 1999 at 5:49:02 AM||No Rating|
|Why cant we have links to demos so we can see what these scripts look like first.|
|kevinak on Jul 20, 1999 at 6:36:42 AM||Rating: 3|
I think all the articles on this website and the sister site (siteepxerts.com) are exceptional. Would be nice to have in a .pdf or .doc version to dowload and print.
Some of us are quite new and most of the communication problem arrises when the articles are not spoken in "layman's terms". So why not have an actual "live" working example inlcuded in with the context of the article.
Some of us out here probably cannot readily tell you the difference between "flip menus" "popup windows" "slide menus" "vertical DHTML menus" etc., etc.
The prescirbed way to teach or instruct is by precept and by example. Just because there are samples of the articles "all over the site". Doe not automatically mean your visitors can readiily tell the difference...and without an example included into the article you ahve made it that much harder to understand.
|Scott Isaacs on Jul 5, 1999 at 11:06:07 AM||No Rating|
We are working on enabling printing (we need to find an automated way to clean up all our articles). There is a working example of flip menus all over the site. This page uses the flip menus in the left column.
|ScottS on Jul 4, 1999 at 7:02:27 PM||Rating: 3|
I know the people at this site can do an awesome job...and they do! My major probelm with ANY article is two fold: 1). NO EXAMPLES - - I can't waste my time with a script that maya or may not help out with a problem...in other words - - needs a working example of the item...virtually every other site on the web has one. 2.) Make them printable...The code lines run so long that if you want to print anything, you have toD/L it to an editor adjust it and then print.
At least form my perspective, this would help a lot!
I do like many of the things on this site, though! :-)
|yeonsu on Jun 4, 1999 at 4:22:36 AM||Rating: 5|
|jwsipe on Mar 30, 1999 at 7:31:23 AM||Rating: 2|
|I do like the example but as some of the others I would also like to see what it looks like before I waste my time trying to figure out what it does. Otherwise, it is ok.|
|kellyjk on Mar 26, 1999 at 12:53:33 PM||Rating: 5|
One of many excellent resources on insidedhtml.com.
- Using multiple Response.write commands instead of writing out huge Response.write commands on one line would make the code more readable.
- The very last <td> tag in the example code has a backwards closing bracket (<td)
|jkeller on Mar 19, 1999 at 8:34:41 AM||No Rating|
|Sorry, but for a novice this is terribly confusing and really doesn't do what I want. I really came here hoping to find code that would allow me to create my menu in one document and then call it into subsequent HTML pages, so that when I wanted to change my menu I could do it only once instead of opening and editing menus on 108 HTML pages. Does such a thing exist?|
|rabraham on Feb 16, 1999 at 6:46:18 PM||Rating: 5|
|Scott Isaacs on Feb 16, 1999 at 1:34:24 PM||No Rating|
The script is used throughout the site. If you are running Internet Explorer 4.0 or later, use the menu in the left side of this page. If you are not using Internet Explorer, we round trip when you switch menus.
|zenbeer on Feb 16, 1999 at 12:52:38 PM||Rating: 1|
|I concur with most of my fellow surfers when I say that not providing an active example of each of these scripts is a disservice to your users.|
I like to taste the pie before I buy it as it were, and I like to see scriplets/scripts in action before trying them out. Please provide more online active examples of these scripts in action.
|runbeck on Feb 11, 1999 at 2:31:40 PM||Rating: 1|
|I would really rather see an active example of what is being described so that I would know what the results should look like.|
|Scott Isaacs on Feb 9, 1999 at 8:43:42 AM||No Rating|
|We purposely treat the IE mac as downlevel in most cases as we have had quite a few problems with the mac's implementation of DHTML. Once the new site design stabilizes, we are going to do a full test-run on the Mac and enable the flip menus (if possible) as well as provide a custom mac stylesheet.|
|pecus on Feb 9, 1999 at 8:31:58 AM||Rating: 3|
|somewhat related (from a user-experience pov): how come my Mac IE4.01 client is not recognized?? I tested the HTTP_USER_AGENT and it does sport MSIE and 4.01 and altough I cannot verify the ASP code, it seems it should catch the Mac browser too. Alas, I get the version for non-IE browsers. So I'm wondering, is this due to a flaky DHTML implementation in the mac client (something to be aware of when designing and building pages) or just a light omission??|
|doctorg on Feb 3, 1999 at 9:46:19 AM||Rating: 2|
|I read the instructions several times, and it's still not clear how this works.|
What code goes on the server, and what part on the client?
|mbk on Feb 1, 1999 at 1:52:31 AM||Rating: 4|
|Lothar on Jan 27, 1999 at 1:49:14 AM||Rating: 3|
|the article contains all the necessary details for implementing dynamic flip menus, but I had to read it over and over again to really figure out how to do it.|
I'd rather see some step by step guide for easy implementation.
|Blackstone Developmental Management Systems on Jan 26, 1999 at 8:55:35 AM||Rating: 4|
|is there any problem with broaders?|
|geoff_gredden on Jan 25, 1999 at 11:37:52 PM||Rating: 4|
|karry on Jan 25, 1999 at 9:59:54 PM||Rating: 4|