Fri, 21 Apr 2000 15:10:32 +0200
Ha, yes, you're correct, this would mean a lot of reloading the page.
At 13:46 21/04/2000 +0200, Maik Roeder wrote:
>Hi Tom !
>Tom Deprez wrote:
>> When working on my ZClasses I just came up to a nice idea with FAQ.
>> At the moment we show first the questions. This was already a nice
>We also show the questions together with the answers below the questions,
>so that you can click on the question in the list and directly get
>to the answer below it's question.
>> But what about showing it in a tree way?
>This way we lose some usability because people won't be able to quickly
>jump from a question to an answer on one page and back again without
>reloading the page. A tree would mean to reload the tree for every
>question or answer. To print the tree you would first load the page
>again in expanded mode, and then click on "Show printable", while right
>now you already have all the questions and answers on one page and can
>directly click on "Show printable"
>> All questions are shown:
>> Clicking on a question (thus on a branch) will reveal it's aswer right
>> below it.
>> Clicking again on a question (or on another) will close the answer (and
>> reveal the answer to the other question)
>This means loading many many pages, while right now we have all on
>one page without needing to reload.
>> What do you think?
>To enhance the usability of the FAQ it would be best to have a limit
>on the number of questions in one category. We should split some
>categories with many questions.
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