Suggestions for CoffeeCup Sitemapper - Page 5 - Post ID 274876


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5,410 posts

Yeah, I saw that. I thought I'd turn him on to the other options, as well.
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Registered User
30 posts

Thanks, guys......and yes, you are right, Jo Ann......I really don't want the hassle of editing the HTML each time for every site I run. There are many other 'fiddles' or 'work-arounds' that I have to use and it's all becoming too much, LOL!

I now suffer from dementia, courtesy of Lyme disease and my abilities and memory are slowly deserting me. So, anything to make life easier is much appreciated and to be able to 'select' that links just open in a new window would be fantastic and save me time and aggro.

Many thanks.

Dave


Registered User
30 posts

Sorry, some of you might not know about Lyme disease. Please have a look at the videos on this page of one of my sites if interested: http://www.shootpics.co.uk/lyme_disease.html ....... it's quite frightening though! :-(

And that's one of the sites I'm refering to above.......I want to get the CC Sitemapper page within a 'shootpics' page using an iframe.

Many thanks.

Dave


Registered User
30 posts

Sorry, the CC Sitemapper page is shown under 'Site index'...... http://www.shootpics.co.uk/sitemap.html

which also highlights another 'problem' I've raised, in that every word is capitalised by CC-SM. As you can see, it doesn't look too good!

Many thanks.

Dave


Registered User
13 posts

I have the same question, so I'll tack it on to the original.

What do I have to know about cross browser compatibility? I understood from your AD that the Stylesheet Maker would handle these differences for me.
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Registered User
13 posts

I think it would be of great benefit if you would allow me to add a class attribute to the <UL> and <LI> tags in the HTML code. For example,

Instead of
<ul>
<li>first level list item</li>
<ul>
<li>second level list item</li>
<ul>
<li>third level list item</li>
</li>
</ul>
</ul>
</ul>

I could have
<ul>
<li class="treeCategory">first level list item</li>
<ul>
<li class="treeName">second level list item</li>
<ul>
<li class="treeItem">third level list item</li>
<li class="treeItem">third level list item</li>
<li class="treeItem">third level list item</li>
<li class="treeItem">third level list item</li>
</li>
<li class="treeName">second level list item</li>
<ul>
<li class="treeItem">third level list item</li>
<li class="treeItem">third level list item</li>
<li class="treeItem">third level list item</li>
<li class="treeItem">third level list item</li>
</li>
</ul>
</ul>
</ul>

It is no problem to create the CSS style.
I think that the real problem is being able to name these classes in the HTML <LI> tags, since it is StyleMaker that creates these tags.

See if you can find it in your heart to add such a feature.


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Registered User
13 posts

I would also like it if you could change the order of the generated code. It looks like you are using the standard Windows component to list the files, so the directories are first and followed by all of the root pages.

Instead, list the root pages first, then all of the folders and their content as in ...

Home
About Us
FAQ
Products
Terms And Conditions
Folder1/(and the contents)
Folder2/(and the contents)
Folder3/(and the contents)
Folder4/(and the contents)
Folder5/(and the contents)

It is a more logical order.
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Registered User
13 posts

While you are thinking about the order of the generated code, why not make the folder link the first one in the list, as in ...
www.domain.com/ideas/index.html
www.domain.com/ideas/file1.html
www.domain.com/ideas/file2.html
www.domain.com/ideas/file3.html

instead of listing them in alphabetical order, where this may occur.

www.domain.com/ideas/about.html
www.domain.com/ideas/beans.html
www.domain.com/ideas/index.html
www.domain.com/ideas/xmen.html

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Registered User
13 posts

Scott - I posted several suggestions to the wrong group. I put them in the StyleMaker group. Can you move them?
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49,402 posts

Jim wrote:
Scott - I posted several suggestions to the wrong group. I put them in the StyleMaker group. Can you move them?


Will do.
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