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Re: Is there a better way to do this?

Thanks to John Terilla and Denis Barbier for their suggestions.

It turned out to be very simple; just use a wml::des::navbar.

Example is attached for the curious.

Thanks again!


Gerard Lanois wrote:
> I am brand new to WML.  I discovered it by accident yesterday on
> freshmeat.net.  I have always dreamed about such a tool!  Amazing.
> I have been playing with WML for a few hours and I love it.
> I would like to have an index column on each page for navigation
> purposes.  But I want the entry for the _current_ page to be
> in plain text (NOT a link).  And I only want to have to maintain
> the definition of this column in one location.
> I have attached a sample which demonstrates how to do this in WML.
> This works perfectly, but seems somewhat sloppy.  I was wondering
> if those of you more experienced with WML could suggest a better
> or cleaner way to approach this.
> Thanks in advance,
> -Gerard
> gerard@msi.com
> PS: Before anyone gets their shorts all in a knot about the attachment,
>     notice that it is only 1399 *bytes* long.
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                Name: demo.tgz
>    demo.tgz    Type: WinZip File (application/x-compressed)
>            Encoding: base64