- or "Make all websites look like your standard boring grey MS app."
- "I get confused when I go to a new site about what will happen when I click on different bits of the page. I wish they all were a bit more similar so I knew how to deal with them easily."
- Present a set of icons that you can use to make your site look like a standard MS app.
- Encourage a set of websites to use these icons to present the site, so that the site looks like an MS app.
- But then also allow them to use CSS and a replacement set of icons to make their site look crazy-pretty and different.
- Then users can change CSS and their set of icons (or partially override), to make all sites exhibit their preferred theme.
- "All sites will follow some standard patterns, any of which the user will be able to (override) and easily recognise."
- It might also be desirable to form a RFC of "classes" which (X)HTML page elements can be labelled with, for different GUI types
- "editable area"
- People don't use <LI><TL> anymore
- "menu block"
- "menu title"
- "menu item"
- "essentially a tab"
- means it will change the/a main (display) window (page-portion) to a different page
- 29 Sep 2004
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