#26 website: <text>@</text> ? A paramater?

output: Website
closed-fixed
XSL (399)
5
2005-11-16
2001-07-19
No

The 'commercial at' in the nav bars: can it be changed
or suppressed?

Discussion

  • Norman Walsh

    Norman Walsh - 2001-08-07
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  • Norman Walsh

    Norman Walsh - 2001-08-07
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    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Norman Walsh

    Norman Walsh - 2001-08-07

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    Fixed in CVS. There's a new parameter, currentpage.marker
    that you can set. If you set it to '', there will be no
    mark.

     
  • Bob Bernstein

    Bob Bernstein - 2001-08-08

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    Thanks Norm!

    I played around with toc.xsl, even to the point of trying two markers, as in >YouAreHere<, but in the end no marker at all seemed best according to my taste.

    <brilliant_idea>
    When there is a 'child' navbar, it would be nice to have the parent link above marked in some way, so you could tell where you came from. Oh Well...wish list stuff! (and only needed in 'flat' mode of course)
    </brilliant_idea> <g>

    ttyl

     
  • Michael(tm) Smith

    • summary: Website: <text>@</text> ? A paramater? --> website: <text>@</text> ? A paramater?
     
  • Michael(tm) Smith

    • milestone: --> output: Website
    • labels: --> XSL
     

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