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In case you missed that post, here is what I came up with:
- A pull-down menu where the user can select the page they want to read.
This avoids having to have a long list of links.
- a window "popup" script
- messages in the status window
- changing one image with another with the onMouseover (for "highlighting"
- loading files within a file using the SCR command (for avoiding typing
copyright, contact information on every page)
Yvonne has told me of a way of doing client-side image maps, so I'll be doing
some experimenting today.
There shouldn't be any error messages as I have put in an index.htm file.
(i.e. it works on PCs Apples, Amigas, etc) programming language that is compiled
wish, "advanced html".