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Little Awed By Java Code
Posted 09 February 2007 - 09:42 PM
Trying to get my head around this java stuff.
I just revamped some of my navigation to java.. wow a lot of code and definatly makes one worry about the actual content being 300 miles down the page..
In doing this I actually thought I had done it using external files, but now i have got myself a little lost.
It regards my signature site. I have two navigation areas and they are now huge in code. could one of you clever people please take a quick look and advise me what i should do here? The linsk get followed ok yet dont display wth text only as it shud be i believe.
I just want it to be the same sort of saturation as before with my content being seen as important and not diluted by all that code.
its only been a week but i see negative signs :-)
OH, also, seeing as it is similarly themed, since adding this java i seem to get quite a lot of errors reported. as if it cannot conect to the page just as it is about to fully load. i get the site not found, internet may be down etc etc. i refresh and it is fine. It seems to be perhaps related to this same java loading up quickly enough or something perhaps.
I appreciate your time.
(we all have our strengths, all this code makes my head hurt sometimes but i do try!)
Posted 09 February 2007 - 11:05 PM
Posted 09 February 2007 - 11:33 PM
If so, you should look into the suckerfish or son of suckerfish navigation.
Posted 10 February 2007 - 12:22 AM
It doesn't matter that your content is miles down the page.
Posted 10 February 2007 - 09:13 AM
Posted 10 February 2007 - 10:25 AM
It is the nav i am talking about yes.. and if try a robot crawl the text links do get found so all is ok on that front.
ermm yeahh, thanks for link to suckerfish, but taken me weeks to get to thi sstage now, i cannot cope any moreeeee!! haha
It was mainly a concern about the content being so diluted (saturation and al that perhaps) and one hears a lot that it helps if your content is early on in the page code. I will of course trust Jills comment that it wont hurt. (then of course see if my stats back this up over time :-))
As for the error or 'cant connect to this page' message that i get, its a puzzle then. It really is as tho i am prevented in displaying the page after it starts to load. I had had the google script in before and it was only after updating my java nav that the problem seemed to arise.. I will have to see what percentages these are for clients to see whether it is having a definate negative effect.
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