RE: Localized Pages
- From: Sai Kiran <ch98086 che iitm ac in>
- To: Gnome Web List <gnome-web-list gnome org>
- Subject: RE: Localized Pages
- Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2000 11:01:05 +0530 (IST)
> > Alex wrote:
> > >> I think that the firts time you connect this page it could show a
> > >> dropdown-box with all languages and when you select it, it save it in a
> > >> cookie or similar to the next time, you don't have to choose any
> > >> language and
> > >> directly shows the page in your preferent language.
> > >
> > > I'd go for text links over a drop down box
> > That would be 40 text links... sure it would fit together with all the
> > other content on the front page?
> > Christian
> Make them size 2 and string them together with pipes between. That wont take
> more than 3 lines at size 2. or about 1.5 to 2 normal lines. Drop down boxes
> are really annoying
I'd suggest we go for a drop-down box. A long string of links at
the top of the page can give a very cluttered look to the site. I think we
should use the links-stringed-together-with-pipes concept however at the
bottom of the page with all the important links in the page appearing
there. This "footer" can be either a standard set of links in every page
(like Home | Documentation | Applications etc ) or just a summary of all
links in the current page or both.
Any ideas or suggestions ?
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