bengt.giger at id.ethz.ch
Wed Apr 27 00:10:37 CEST 2005
Marc Petitmermet wrote:
> back to "filtered (soon...)", does this mean that it will be possible to
> hide documents/folders from the navigation? i mean not only hide with
> css but completely hide it in the html code?
Deleting objects from the tree shouldn't be hard to implement, most of
it is already defined in UserList. I have seen advantages in just
hiding, because it could be easier to implement some sort of caching of
whole tree structures. But I'm not so shure anymore about that
advantage, I could not make the RAM cache manager cache a python object,
> dropdown menus: did you find a solution which works on all browsers
> really interested in this one;-)
On the APlus site you will find several version, different levels of
browser support. The Porsche site uses one of them so it is really
production ready, but to support most browsers the menu class and id
attributes have to be handcut. To support a static menu structure, it is
ready to use.
It would be much more work to generate the code, because of cascading
CSS import and additional 'behaviour' script code for IE, which must be
adapted to the css ids used in the CSS.
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