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Hi Christoph,
Am 16.12.2010 02:46, schrieb Christoph Noack:
So, I started to work on a menu concept (and iterated a lot, I fell back
to very simple but powerful version...) and added some more visual
design. Thus, here is an example for the welcome page - along with the
menus to be used on other pages:
Can you put this to the wiki-page

My assumption is, that (having users in mind, and basic developer
information as well) two menu levels should be sufficient for the page.
Thus, we can avoid using the breadcrumb. The sub-menu is directly placed
below the main menu (if required on that page).
I personally don't like such menus under the other menus.
The top-menus are "starter" and the sidemenus are bringing deeper information. The main text will 'always' pop up and down and that will make the side restless. With this second menubar the most pages will get a scrollbar. And think of a third level as seen here: Then you will have three of this menubars. No text will be on the visible page. (Ok, this is a little bit exaggerated ;-))

Another nice side-effect is the search functionality (once being
available) is well integrated and also provides visual feedback if used
(usually, search leads to somehow "nowhere" on other pages).
Maybe we can put the search on the right top.


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