Gentoo Archives: www-redesign

From: Curtis Napier <curtis119@g.o>
To: www-redesign@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [www-redesign] Advertisement bar
Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2005 23:27:33
Message-Id: 438A40D7.70300@gentoo.org
In Reply to: Re: [www-redesign] Advertisement bar by Blackace
Blackace wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-11-27 at 10:20 -0500, Curtis Napier wrote: > >>I thought of that too. The problem is that I would have to add a new >>function to the href's parser and I'm not sure I want to add anymore >>complexity than we have too. Not to mention the href parser won't work >>on hard coded links in the menus and jumppads, only on dynamically >>created ones from xml files. This means if you turn off the ads then >>click a link in the menu the ads come back but if you click a link >>within the content area the ads will stay off. This is inconsistant >>behaviour and not really something I would want to do. Changing the href >>parser to work on the menu links wouldn't be an easy task. I would have >>to think about how to do that and experiment a little. > > > It may now be a moot point, but I don't think you understand what I > meant, it is extremely simple to do and works exactly like full=1 or > style=printable, etc., I still don't know what you mean by "href parser" > or adding a new function to it, and yes if you click a link you change > the current page and the ads come back...the same thing will happen with > javascript unless you use cookies and technically you could use cookies > this way as well, but cookies aren't something I think we would ever > want to use anyways, so doing it in XSL would still give you the same > effect as javascript, without javascript. >
I understood exactly what you meant. I think you are the one who didn't understand what I meant. But as you said, it's a moot point now. ;-) -- www-redesign@g.o mailing list