next attempt at pretty, portable web pages
I've taken Matthias' main entry web page and rewritten it to use a
table instead of an HTML frameset. This should make it portable to
all browsers, since browsers that don't understand tables will just
lay out the navigation bar before the document contents.
It is readable to me in Netscape 4.x, Lynx, and emacs-w3 (though w3's
notion of `bgcolor' makes things look slightly ugly). Please try it
with your own browsers, and tell me what you think.
If everybody likes the new layout, then we can figure out a good way
to apply it to the other pages (perhaps automatically, so we don't
have to modify umpteen-million different navigation bars every time we
add new important pages).
Here's the URL:
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