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> Heap > next version browser idea
here is my idea on the next version killer app browser.
- the browser should displays page scroll horizontally instead of vertically.
- webpages would be designed to like a book
- browser shows a go to page [1 to last] drop down combo
- file name ends with .ehtml (extended html)
</page> height:450px width:200px margin-left:20px margin-top:20px .... like css stylesheet </page> <content> ..... like HTML but no need <html> start tag. <?php //process those GET / POST request ?> </content>
each .ehtml have a format like above, so that the browser know what page size to display.
- developer need to present a file name toc.ehtml, the first time visitor using this new version browser, browser would read the toc.ehtml file from server and then loading the (main page) as desc in toc.ehtml <main> tag.
<toc> <main>index.ehtml</main> <default> // if user didn't want to specify them in <page> tag height:500px width:400px margin-left:20px </default> </toc>
if user want to maintain a same size over all the pages, they can list the values in the toc.ehtml file <default> tag, <page> if available, would overide that particular page.
after the <toc> tag, user need to provide a list tag like below
<list> main page index.ehtml download download.ehtml board http://board.example.com/ flat assembler http://flatassembler.net top ten download today download.ehtml?search=top10 </list>
browser contained a TOC panel that load the list in this toc.ehtml file and displays them. the TOC panel is movable, you can stick it to left,right,top or down.
a screenbgcolor:red would help to define the area which doesnt occupy by the page. background-color: would change the background-color of the page
so, let say designer want to put something out of the page size, eg. a small copyright notice at the bottom after page, he can use the following tag which place after the </content> tag.
<offpage> <div style="bottom:20px" align="center">copyleft 2005 by whoever</div> </offpage>
so this copyleft notice would be put below 20px after the page. designer could put this offpage tag in the toc.ehtml so that i would avalable in all pages.
- the best part of this kinda things is, the browser would and could do what the SSI do in server. (we shift the load from the server to browser)
- designer can let the visitor see what actually designed by him (regardless what browser the user is using). or what screen resolution the user might use. they would see the same.
- i guess this would push browser war in a new step
btw, all just my 2 cents.
if you think all up there is some craps or impossible stuffs, ... so just leave it if you wanna share your views, critic is acceptable, please reply
|19 Nov 2005, 01:47||
btw, all above are possible to do with current HTML technology, (just a matter of taste) the point is, we need a such kind browser, so that we can reshape the web.
|19 Nov 2005, 01:51||
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