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Tip of the week
(Selected menu options)
In the dynamic menu option the third argument for the addCategory function can be set to TRUE, which opens the menu option. For example:
addCategory("MAIN", "Personal", true, "Personal");
This gives:

 

 

 

 

WWW pages of the past

Aug 2001 (Part II)
The new home page, in Internet Explorer, has a better structure for the menu options, as all the options which the user on the the main page menu options have been grouped together.

The options I've setup are:

Here's an extract from the JavaScript:

function buildNavigation()
{
addCategory("MAIN", "Personal", false, "Personal");
addCategory("ACADEMIC", "Academic", false, "Academic things");
addCategory("MAIN1", "Others", false, "Some other options");
addCategory("MAIN2", "Just added:", false, "Recently added");
addCategoryLink("MAIN", "Contact details", "contact.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN", "My family", "oldpics2_main.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN", "My CV", "cv_bill.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN", "My pictures", "oldpics_main.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN", "Videos", "videos_main.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN", "My favs.", "favs.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN", "WWW design", "www.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN", "Publications", "papers.html");

addCategoryLink("ACADEMIC", "CNDS/DCC", "cnds.html");
addCategoryLink("ACADEMIC", "NOS", "nos.html");
addCategoryLink("ACADEMIC", "CEng", "cengii.html");
addCategoryLink("ACADEMIC", "Projects", "pr_main.html");
addCategoryLink("ACADEMIC", "Exams", "exams_main.html");
addCategoryLink("ACADEMIC", "Research", "res_main.html");
addCategoryLink("ACADEMIC", "Books", "books.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN1", "Fun!", "just_a_bit_of_fun.html");
addCategoryLink("MAIN1", "Essays", "essay/essay_current.htm");
addCategoryLink("MAIN1", "WWW history", "www_pages_of_the_past_current.htm");
:::: etc ;;;;;;
}

I've updated the index.html page so that it now includes the dynamic menu. If you want to see the old page:

1st August 2001.
Previous page.

NOS:

1st August 2001.
New page.

CNDS:

1st August 2001.
New page.

Books:

1st August 2001.
New page.


HOME PAGE

Here's the new page:

New home page [Enlarge] [Old page]

New home page [Enlarge] [Old page]

Project's page [Enlarge]

CNDS page [Enlarge][Old HTML]

I've found an one WWW page, that I don't know the date of, but here it is:

Old page [Enlarge][Old HTML]