[pmwiki-users] FAQ Page Layout

H. Fox haganfox at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 11:17:32 CDT 2005

On 8/4/05, Neil Herber <nospam at eton.ca> wrote:
> At 2005-08-04  03:05 AM -0700, H. Fox is rumored to have said:
> >I'm hoping the FAQ page can dramatically improve before the 2.0 release.
> I would like to see the FAQ improved as well, and am willing to do some of
> the grunt work.
> As soon as a format and its markup have been selected, I will start. For my
> money:
> 1) no Q: or A:
> 2) bold question, plain answer
> 3) flush left question, indented answer
> 4) some kind of TOC at the top with subdivision (general questions,
> security questions, etc.)

5) "Q:" and "A:" are not displayed.

> In other words, the format used at http://www.mozilla.org/support/firefox/faq

I agree that the Firefox FAQ pretty much nails it.  Both the layout
and the content are examples of what we should be shooting for.

> Having links on the page back to "top" just wastes space in my opinion.
> Mozilla does not use them except at the end of a subdivision.

Which is about right.  It might not hurt to slip one into the middle
of a big subdivision.


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