Andrew J. Mutch
amutch at tln.lib.mi.us
Wed Dec 17 08:41:40 EST 1997
these menus on pages (like the listed url) intended only for in-house use
where I know(because I set the standard) that anyone accessing the page
used object-detection to "disable" the script for those browsers that
don't support it.
Northville District Library
On Tue, 16 Dec 1997, Peter Murray wrote:
> --On Tue, Dec 16, 1997 7:26 AM -0800 "Andrew J. Mutch"
> <amutch at tln.lib.mi.us> wrote:
> > To see how these work in real life, visit our Reference Desk page at:
> > http://northville.lib.mi.us/info.htm
> > This page uses 3 menus providing access to Web Sites, Search Engines, and
> > on-line databases. I use these menus all over the place in our web pages
> > because of their compact size and "automated" jumping ability.
> Keep in mind...when you do this you make your site unusable to those who do
> frustrating to the user...they can seeming choose menu items, but have no
> way to make it go further.
> Peter Murray, Library Systems Manager pem at po.cwru.edu
> Digital Media Services http://www.cwru.edu/home/pem.html
> Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio W:216-368-5888
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