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On 08/30/2011 04:30 PM, drew wrote:
On Tue, 2011-08-30 at 13:19 -0400, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions wrote:
I was working on changing the format of a documentation page to be a
little more like what can be seen on the LO site or the TDF-Wiki site.

It shows chapter numbers/letters and the titles are what are on the wiki
page.  I think it looks better than what it was originally.

Would like come comments.  If this is OK, I can do some editing so it
would be proper [links/etc.] for the CMS system.  I have a copy of the
"documentation.htm" file and could make sure that the file links are
edited to the "asset" links.

Looks good - the only comment, change I would make, would be the final
pdf files for installation instructions.

Those are not needed, I added all that as html files into the disc

[I would like to move that last page, just so it matches up path wise
with the others]

each page is referenced from the proper spot on install page.

It still is a work in progress.
Before, the names were based on the file names, not the chapter title names.
That was changed this time., plus a few other odds-n-ends.

The final look and feel is still up for grabs.
I just decided it was time to do some formatting/visual work on it.

Maybe after the first CMS ISO test, we can do some work like this on many of the pages, to make them look better with the CMS style themes.

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