How to get to the top...

Discussion in 'HTML' started by steven, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. steven

    steven Guest

    ....isn't that what we all want? :)

    Now, seriously. I have some long pages where I want links to the top of the
    page (or the index, to be precise).
    Options:
    1. ctrl+home
    2. scroll
    3. links (text or graphic) at several places on the page.
    4. others?

    Thoughts:
    1. I think most people use the mouse more than the keyboard to navigate.
    Don't want to use the keyboard.
    2. For me scrolling is much slower than just clicking.
    3. That was the idea. I could place a "top" link on, say, every h2. But some
    sections are so long that you're not always sure to have such a link on
    screen.
    Other idea: the navigation menu is in a right-floated div, which is mostly
    empty. Could I attach a "top" link to this area?

    Wadya think?

    Steven
    steven, Dec 23, 2004
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  2. steven

    Els Guest

    steven wrote:

    > ...isn't that what we all want? :)
    >
    > Now, seriously. I have some long pages where I want links
    > to the top of the page (or the index, to be precise).
    > Options:
    > 1. ctrl+home
    > 2. scroll
    > 3. links (text or graphic) at several places on the page.
    > 4. others?
    >
    > Thoughts:
    > 1. I think most people use the mouse more than the keyboard
    > to navigate. Don't want to use the keyboard.
    > 2. For me scrolling is much slower than just clicking.
    > 3. That was the idea. I could place a "top" link on, say,
    > every h2. But some sections are so long that you're not
    > always sure to have such a link on screen.
    > Other idea: the navigation menu is in a right-floated div,
    > which is mostly empty. Could I attach a "top" link to this
    > area?
    >
    > Wadya think?


    Is that right-floated div still visible then, when at the
    bottom of a long section? I'd say add a link to top at the
    bottom of every section. Not at the top of it as you seem to
    describe by adding it to every <h2>.

    Like this:

    <h2>section title</h2>
    <p>
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    </p>
    <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>

    <h2>section title</h2>
    <p>
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    section text
    </p>
    <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>

    Etc.

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  3. steven

    steven Guest

    "Els" <> wrote in message
    news:Xns95C87524F4718Els@130.133.1.4...
    > steven wrote:
    >
    > > ...isn't that what we all want? :)
    > >
    > > Now, seriously. I have some long pages where I want links
    > > to the top of the page (or the index, to be precise).
    > > Options:
    > > 1. ctrl+home
    > > 2. scroll
    > > 3. links (text or graphic) at several places on the page.
    > > 4. others?
    > >
    > > Thoughts:
    > > 1. I think most people use the mouse more than the keyboard
    > > to navigate. Don't want to use the keyboard.
    > > 2. For me scrolling is much slower than just clicking.
    > > 3. That was the idea. I could place a "top" link on, say,
    > > every h2. But some sections are so long that you're not
    > > always sure to have such a link on screen.
    > > Other idea: the navigation menu is in a right-floated div,
    > > which is mostly empty. Could I attach a "top" link to this
    > > area?
    > >
    > > Wadya think?

    >
    > Is that right-floated div still visible then, when at the
    > bottom of a long section? I'd say add a link to top at the
    > bottom of every section. Not at the top of it as you seem to
    > describe by adding it to every <h2>.
    >


    OK, bottom makes sense. I'll try to find a way to place the link in the
    bottom right corner of the block. (not very fluent in CSS yet).
    My problem remains: what if the paragraph is too long to fit the screen? It
    would be nice if there would always be a link visible.

    Steven


    BTW (Bij de weg?): Je hebt het op je site over Vlaams alsof het een taal is.
    Dat is het dus niet. In Vlaanderen wordt Nederlands gesproken. Ik geef toe
    dat het voor Nederlanders soms wat moeilijk verstaanbaar is, maar dat is
    Achterhoeks voor ons ook. :)
    steven, Dec 23, 2004
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  4. steven

    SpaceGirl Guest

    steven wrote:
    > "Els" <> wrote in message
    > news:Xns95C87524F4718Els@130.133.1.4...
    >
    >>steven wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>...isn't that what we all want? :)
    >>>
    >>>Now, seriously. I have some long pages where I want links
    >>>to the top of the page (or the index, to be precise).
    >>>Options:
    >>>1. ctrl+home
    >>>2. scroll
    >>>3. links (text or graphic) at several places on the page.
    >>>4. others?
    >>>
    >>>Thoughts:
    >>>1. I think most people use the mouse more than the keyboard
    >>>to navigate. Don't want to use the keyboard.
    >>>2. For me scrolling is much slower than just clicking.
    >>>3. That was the idea. I could place a "top" link on, say,
    >>>every h2. But some sections are so long that you're not
    >>>always sure to have such a link on screen.
    >>>Other idea: the navigation menu is in a right-floated div,
    >>>which is mostly empty. Could I attach a "top" link to this
    >>>area?
    >>>
    >>>Wadya think?

    >>
    >>Is that right-floated div still visible then, when at the
    >>bottom of a long section? I'd say add a link to top at the
    >>bottom of every section. Not at the top of it as you seem to
    >>describe by adding it to every <h2>.
    >>

    >
    >
    > OK, bottom makes sense. I'll try to find a way to place the link in the
    > bottom right corner of the block. (not very fluent in CSS yet).
    > My problem remains: what if the paragraph is too long to fit the screen? It
    > would be nice if there would always be a link visible.
    >
    > Steven
    >
    >
    > BTW (Bij de weg?): Je hebt het op je site over Vlaams alsof het een taal is.
    > Dat is het dus niet. In Vlaanderen wordt Nederlands gesproken. Ik geef toe
    > dat het voor Nederlanders soms wat moeilijk verstaanbaar is, maar dat is
    > Achterhoeks voor ons ook. :)
    >
    >


    *raised eyebrow*

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  5. steven

    Els Guest

    steven wrote:

    > "Els" <> wrote in message
    > news:Xns95C87524F4718Els@130.133.1.4...
    >> steven wrote:
    >>
    >> > ...isn't that what we all want? :)
    >> >
    >> > Now, seriously. I have some long pages where I want
    >> > links to the top of the page (or the index, to be
    >> > precise). Options:
    >> > 1. ctrl+home
    >> > 2. scroll
    >> > 3. links (text or graphic) at several places on the
    >> > page. 4. others?
    >> >
    >> > Thoughts:
    >> > 1. I think most people use the mouse more than the
    >> > keyboard to navigate. Don't want to use the keyboard.
    >> > 2. For me scrolling is much slower than just clicking.
    >> > 3. That was the idea. I could place a "top" link on,
    >> > say, every h2. But some sections are so long that you're
    >> > not always sure to have such a link on screen.
    >> > Other idea: the navigation menu is in a right-floated
    >> > div, which is mostly empty. Could I attach a "top" link
    >> > to this area?
    >> >
    >> > Wadya think?

    >>
    >> Is that right-floated div still visible then, when at the
    >> bottom of a long section? I'd say add a link to top at the
    >> bottom of every section. Not at the top of it as you seem
    >> to describe by adding it to every <h2>.
    >>

    >
    > OK, bottom makes sense. I'll try to find a way to place the
    > link in the bottom right corner of the block. (not very
    > fluent in CSS yet). My problem remains: what if the
    > paragraph is too long to fit the screen? It would be nice
    > if there would always be a link visible.


    <div class="linktotop"><a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    </div>

    div.linktotop{text-align:right;font-style:italic;}

    > BTW (Bij de weg?): Je hebt het op je site over Vlaams alsof
    > het een taal is. Dat is het dus niet. In Vlaanderen wordt
    > Nederlands gesproken. Ik geef toe dat het voor Nederlanders
    > soms wat moeilijk verstaanbaar is, maar dat is Achterhoeks
    > voor ons ook. :)


    Klopt, maar als ik wil aangeven dat ik mijn Vlaamse vriendin
    soms niet goed versta, noem ik het Vlaams, net zoals ik zou
    zeggen: Ik versta die gozer van Normaal maar half, want hij
    spreekt Achterhoeks ;-)

    Overigens verschillen de meningen daar wel over, er is niet
    voor niets een Vlaams woordenboek op de markt. Het mag dan
    officieel Nederlands zijn, er zijn erg veel woorden en
    uitdrukkingen die in het Vlaams-Nederlands iets heel anders
    betekenen dan in het Nederlands-Nederlands om het zo maar even
    te zeggen. Het is niet alleen een kwestie van de algemene taal
    spreken tegenover de locale taal. Een Achterhoeker die correct
    Nederlands spreekt, gebruikt nog steeds andere woorden dan een
    Vlaming die correct Nederlands spreekt :)
    </dutch>

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  6. steven

    Els Guest

    SpaceGirl wrote:

    >> BTW (Bij de weg?): Je hebt het op je site over Vlaams
    >> alsof het een taal is. Dat is het dus niet. In Vlaanderen
    >> wordt Nederlands gesproken. Ik geef toe dat het voor
    >> Nederlanders soms wat moeilijk verstaanbaar is, maar dat
    >> is Achterhoeks voor ons ook. :)

    >
    > *raised eyebrow*


    Don't worry, Mir, it's only Dutch (or Flemish, if you'd hear his
    pronounciation ;-) (sorry Steven, kon ik ff niet laten :p)

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  7. steven

    Els Guest

    steven wrote:

    > "Els" <> wrote in message
    > news:Xns95C87524F4718Els@130.133.1.4...
    >> steven wrote:
    >>
    >> > ...isn't that what we all want? :)
    >> >
    >> > Now, seriously. I have some long pages where I want
    >> > links to the top of the page (or the index, to be
    >> > precise). Options:
    >> > 1. ctrl+home
    >> > 2. scroll
    >> > 3. links (text or graphic) at several places on the
    >> > page. 4. others?
    >> >
    >> > Thoughts:
    >> > 1. I think most people use the mouse more than the
    >> > keyboard to navigate. Don't want to use the keyboard.
    >> > 2. For me scrolling is much slower than just clicking.
    >> > 3. That was the idea. I could place a "top" link on,
    >> > say, every h2. But some sections are so long that you're
    >> > not always sure to have such a link on screen.
    >> > Other idea: the navigation menu is in a right-floated
    >> > div, which is mostly empty. Could I attach a "top" link
    >> > to this area?
    >> >
    >> > Wadya think?

    >>
    >> Is that right-floated div still visible then, when at the
    >> bottom of a long section? I'd say add a link to top at the
    >> bottom of every section. Not at the top of it as you seem
    >> to describe by adding it to every <h2>.
    >>

    >
    > OK, bottom makes sense. I'll try to find a way to place the
    > link in the bottom right corner of the block. (not very
    > fluent in CSS yet). My problem remains: what if the
    > paragraph is too long to fit the screen? It would be nice
    > if there would always be a link visible.


    In addition to my previous reply:
    You mean you want a link to top visible even if you're only
    half way a long section? Divide the section into sub-sections,
    and place links below sub-sections where you feel they should
    be able to already click and go back.
    Would look like this:
    <h2>section title</h2>
    <p>
    section text
    section text
    <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    section text
    section text
    section text
    <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    section text
    section text
    section text
    </p>
    <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>

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    Els, Dec 23, 2004
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  8. steven

    Els Guest

    Els wrote:

    > Would look like this:
    > <h2>section title</h2>
    > <p>
    > section text
    > section text
    > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    > section text
    > section text
    > section text
    > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    > section text
    > section text
    > section text
    > </p>
    > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>


    Bad code.
    <h2>section title</h2>
    <p>
    section text
    section text
    </p>
    <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    <p>
    section text
    section text
    section text
    </p>
    <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    <p>
    section text
    section text
    section text
    </p>
    <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>



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  9. steven

    steven Guest

    "Els" <> wrote in message
    news:Xns95C88046F2CDEEls@130.133.1.4...
    > Els wrote:
    >
    > > Would look like this:
    > > <h2>section title</h2>
    > > <p>
    > > section text
    > > section text
    > > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    > > section text
    > > section text
    > > section text
    > > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    > > section text
    > > section text
    > > section text
    > > </p>
    > > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>

    >
    > Bad code.
    > <h2>section title</h2>
    > <p>
    > section text
    > section text
    > </p>
    > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    > <p>
    > section text
    > section text
    > section text
    > </p>
    > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    > <p>
    > section text
    > section text
    > section text
    > </p>
    > <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    >


    Nah! You can't be serious, Els.
    It will look like http://www.nenya.be/41222-2/lorem.htm.
    steven, Dec 23, 2004
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  10. steven

    Els Guest

    steven wrote:

    >> <h2>section title</h2>
    >> <p>
    >> section text
    >> section text
    >> </p>
    >> <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    >> <p>
    >> section text
    >> section text
    >> section text
    >> </p>
    >> <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    >> <p>
    >> section text
    >> section text
    >> section text
    >> </p>
    >> <a href="#top">back to top of page</a>

    >
    > Nah! You can't be serious, Els.
    > It will look like http://www.nenya.be/41222-2/lorem.htm.


    Yup, I wouldn't do that either, I would make it look like
    this:

    http://locusmeus.com/temp/steven.html

    But I probably wouldn't put it in that many times, I'd leave
    larger chunks of text between the top-links.

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  11. steven

    Richard Guest

    SpaceGirl wrote:

    >> Steven BTW (Bij
    >> de weg?): Je hebt het op je site over Vlaams alsof het een taal is. Dat
    >> is het dus niet. In Vlaanderen wordt Nederlands gesproken. Ik geef
    >> toe dat het voor Nederlanders soms wat moeilijk verstaanbaar is, maar dat
    >> is Achterhoeks voor ons ook. :)


    > *raised eyebrow*


    > --


    I almost understand that and don't know dutch at all.

    You [have]?? it on your site <??> on [in] flemmish.......

    One must understand that English a conglomeration of several European
    tongues, of which dutch/flemmish is one of them.
    Richard, Dec 23, 2004
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  12. steven

    Richard Guest

    Els wrote:

    > steven wrote:


    >> "Els" <> wrote in message
    >> news:Xns95C87524F4718Els@130.133.1.4...
    >>> steven wrote:
    >>>
    >> >> ...isn't that what we all want? :)
    >> >>
    >> >> Now, seriously. I have some long pages where I want
    >> >> links to the top of the page (or the index, to be
    >> >> precise). Options:
    >> >> 1. ctrl+home
    >> >> 2. scroll
    >> >> 3. links (text or graphic) at several places on the
    >> >> page. 4. others?
    >> >>
    >> >> Thoughts:
    >> >> 1. I think most people use the mouse more than the
    >> >> keyboard to navigate. Don't want to use the keyboard.
    >> >> 2. For me scrolling is much slower than just clicking.
    >> >> 3. That was the idea. I could place a "top" link on,
    >> >> say, every h2. But some sections are so long that you're
    >> >> not always sure to have such a link on screen.
    >> >> Other idea: the navigation menu is in a right-floated
    >> >> div, which is mostly empty. Could I attach a "top" link
    >> >> to this area?
    >> >>
    >> >> Wadya think?
    >>>
    >>> Is that right-floated div still visible then, when at the
    >>> bottom of a long section? I'd say add a link to top at the
    >>> bottom of every section. Not at the top of it as you seem
    >>> to describe by adding it to every <h2>.
    >>>

    >>
    >> OK, bottom makes sense. I'll try to find a way to place the
    >> link in the bottom right corner of the block. (not very
    >> fluent in CSS yet). My problem remains: what if the
    >> paragraph is too long to fit the screen? It would be nice
    >> if there would always be a link visible.


    > <div class="linktotop"><a href="#top">back to top of page</a>
    > </div>


    > div.linktotop{text-align:right;font-style:italic;}


    >> BTW (Bij de weg?): Je hebt het op je site over Vlaams alsof
    >> het een taal is. Dat is het dus niet. In Vlaanderen wordt
    >> Nederlands gesproken. Ik geef toe dat het voor Nederlanders
    >> soms wat moeilijk verstaanbaar is, maar dat is Achterhoeks
    >> voor ons ook. :)


    > Klopt, maar als ik wil aangeven dat ik mijn Vlaamse vriendin
    > soms niet goed versta, noem ik het Vlaams, net zoals ik zou
    > zeggen: Ik versta die gozer van Normaal maar half, want hij
    > spreekt Achterhoeks ;-)


    > Overigens verschillen de meningen daar wel over, er is niet
    > voor niets een Vlaams woordenboek op de markt. Het mag dan
    > officieel Nederlands zijn, er zijn erg veel woorden en
    > uitdrukkingen die in het Vlaams-Nederlands iets heel anders
    > betekenen dan in het Nederlands-Nederlands om het zo maar even
    > te zeggen. Het is niet alleen een kwestie van de algemene taal
    > spreken tegenover de locale taal. Een Achterhoeker die correct
    > Nederlands spreekt, gebruikt nog steeds andere woorden dan een
    > Vlaming die correct Nederlands spreekt :)
    > </dutch>



    We're sorry, but that function is not available.
    Richard, Dec 23, 2004
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  13. steven

    SpaceGirl Guest

    Richard wrote:
    > SpaceGirl wrote:
    >
    >
    >>>Steven BTW (Bij
    >>>de weg?): Je hebt het op je site over Vlaams alsof het een taal is. Dat
    >>>is het dus niet. In Vlaanderen wordt Nederlands gesproken. Ik geef
    >>>toe dat het voor Nederlanders soms wat moeilijk verstaanbaar is, maar dat
    >>>is Achterhoeks voor ons ook. :)

    >
    >
    >>*raised eyebrow*

    >
    >
    >>--

    >
    >
    > I almost understand that and don't know dutch at all.
    >
    > You [have]?? it on your site <??> on [in] flemmish.......
    >
    > One must understand that English a conglomeration of several European
    > tongues, of which dutch/flemmish is one of them.
    >
    >


    Babelfish did an okay translation :)

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    Dylan Parry Guest

    Richard wrote:

    > One must understand that English a conglomeration of several European
    > tongues, of which dutch/flemmish is one of them.


    It is? There was me thinking that English was the bastard child of
    Saxon, Latin and French.

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  15. steven

    steven Guest

    "Richard" <Anonymous@127.001> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Els wrote:
    >

    [snip]
    > > spreken tegenover de locale taal. Een Achterhoeker die correct
    > > Nederlands spreekt, gebruikt nog steeds andere woorden dan een
    > > Vlaming die correct Nederlands spreekt :)
    > > </dutch>

    >
    >
    > We're sorry, but that function is not available.
    >


    Is too! Els just forgot the XML Schema. Err, and the opening tag :)
    steven, Dec 23, 2004
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  16. steven

    steven Guest

    "Richard" <Anonymous@127.001> wrote in message
    news:...
    > SpaceGirl wrote:
    >
    > >> Steven BTW (Bij
    > >> de weg?): Je hebt het op je site over Vlaams alsof het een taal is. Dat
    > >> is het dus niet. In Vlaanderen wordt Nederlands gesproken. Ik geef
    > >> toe dat het voor Nederlanders soms wat moeilijk verstaanbaar is, maar

    dat
    > >> is Achterhoeks voor ons ook. :)

    >
    > > *raised eyebrow*

    >
    > > --

    >
    > I almost understand that and don't know dutch at all.
    >
    > You [have]?? it on your site <??> on [in] flemmish.......
    >


    Nope. Not much content on the site yet, and that's all in English. I will do
    some pages in Dutch, typically for local stuff, but I don't intend to make
    it a bilingual site.

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    steven, Dec 23, 2004
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  17. steven

    steven Guest

    [OT]Language (was: How to get to the top...)

    "Dylan Parry" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Richard wrote:
    >
    > > One must understand that English a conglomeration of several European
    > > tongues, of which dutch/flemmish is one of them.

    >
    > It is? There was me thinking that English was the bastard child of
    > Saxon, Latin and French.
    >


    English and Dutch are both Germanic languages
    (http://softrat.home.mindspring.com/germanic.html). I would have expected a
    connection between Saxon and English too, but Saxon seems to be on a
    completely different branch.
    Latin, French, Italian, Portuguese are Italic languages. Italic and Germanic
    have Proto Indo-European as common ancestor.
    steven, Dec 23, 2004
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  18. steven

    Duende Guest

    While sitting in a puddle Els scribbled in the mud:

    >> It will look like http://www.nenya.be/41222-2/lorem.htm.

    >
    > Yup, I wouldn't do that either, I would make it look like
    > this:
    >
    > http://locusmeus.com/temp/steven.html


    Why put in
    <a name="top" id="top"></a>
    You can link to
    <div id="pagewidth" >
    Than use
    <a href="#pagewidth">

    You can link to any id=""

    --
    D?
    If it ain't broken fix it anyway.
    Duende, Dec 23, 2004
    #18
  19. steven

    Els Guest

    Duende wrote:

    > While sitting in a puddle Els scribbled in the mud:
    >
    >>> It will look like http://www.nenya.be/41222-2/lorem.htm.

    >>
    >> Yup, I wouldn't do that either, I would make it look like
    >> this:
    >>
    >> http://locusmeus.com/temp/steven.html

    >
    > Why put in
    > <a name="top" id="top"></a>
    > You can link to
    > <div id="pagewidth" >
    > Than use
    > <a href="#pagewidth">
    >
    > You can link to any id=""


    True, I always do that. In this case I just copied Steven's
    code, without looking at it, just put the links in a div to
    right align them :)

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    Els, Dec 23, 2004
    #19
  20. steven

    steven Guest

    "Els" <> wrote in message
    news:Xns95C8DDDAF1D43Els@130.133.1.4...
    > Duende wrote:
    >
    > > While sitting in a puddle Els scribbled in the mud:
    > >
    > >>> It will look like http://www.nenya.be/41222-2/lorem.htm.
    > >>
    > >> Yup, I wouldn't do that either, I would make it look like
    > >> this:
    > >>
    > >> http://locusmeus.com/temp/steven.html

    > >
    > > Why put in
    > > <a name="top" id="top"></a>
    > > You can link to
    > > <div id="pagewidth" >
    > > Than use
    > > <a href="#pagewidth">
    > >
    > > You can link to any id=""

    >
    > True, I always do that. In this case I just copied Steven's
    > code, without looking at it, just put the links in a div to
    > right align them :)
    >


    Yes, I guess I wrote it without looking at it. <g>
    But you're right. Will I change it? Maybe not. :)

    Steven
    steven, Dec 23, 2004
    #20
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