Web Reference

2004-10-29 09:46 - Web

I've been spending a good deal of time writing my web development tutorial and not posting to the site here. But I've found something quite nice that I worked on recently that I'd like to share.

I read this javascript weblog post about a great web reference sidebar from Netscape DevEdge that was extinct since the site seems to be gone. But, the article also pointed out a site that recreated a mirror of the web reference sidebar. Quite cool. I tried it out and it was really handy. A lot of information in a compact space.

But I hate sidebars. That particular format was anything but useful for me. So I took it and I made my own version using frames. I find it to be much more useful in a tabbed environment. Plus, compatible with non mozilla browsers (But why would you use one of those?). I hope someone finds it useful!

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