about including navigation information to HTML pages by use of
<link rel='...' ... > tags. His browser, Mozilla shows these navigational aids
as icons in a toolbar. That's a nice concept, and really helps you move
around a site.
I use Galeon myself, but
Galeon doesn't show the links in a toolbar. However it has a paperclip
tool that, when clicked on, shows a dropdown of all available links,
including the ones Mozilla shows in the toolbar. But it also gives me
links to the glossary, title index and a help page on formatting entries
in DJ's Wiki. These items are also shown by Mozilla, but they are hidden
More folders on
the Site Navigation Toolbar.
I think I like Mozilla's approach, and would like such a toolbar
being added to Galeon. One thing I'm a bit puzzled about is this: what is
the difference between
first, and why did DJ go with