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basicTOC2


basicTOC2 is a simple Table of Contents JavaTM applet. One-level folders and mouseover effects are supported. The content lines can be either image strips or plain text. Content items can be unequal heights. The applet supports both frames-based and no-frames based navigation. The applet reads data from the applet tag.

Usage

  1. Text-only version
  2. Image-Strip version

Download

This applet does not have any limit to the number of content lines. You are welcome to use basicTOC at your site. Here is the zip file :
basictoc2j2.zip (50K). After unzipping point the browser at basictoc2home.html.

TOCDATA format when isIMAGESTRIP=yes

Each content line data consists of five fields separated by a semicolon.

  1. The first field (1 or 2), "head" when 1 "tail" when 2.
  2. The second field is the image for the content line.
  3. The third field is the alternate image for the same content line.
  4. The fourth field is the targetframe name. This can be either "_top", "_blank", "_parent", "_self" or any user-defined name. This field must be 0 when the content line is a head with one or more tails.
  5. The fifth field is the URL for the target document. This can be either relative or fully qualified URL. This field must be 0 when the content line is a head with one or more tails.
One content line data is separated from the other by the character '|'. The height of each image strip is specified in the applet param ITEMHEIGHT. If all strips are of same height (say, 25) then specify ITEMHEIGHT="25". If the strips are of unequal heights then specify ITEMHEIGHT="40|25|35" where the order follows the order of the content lines in the TOCDATA param.

TOCDATA format when isIMAGESTRIP=no

Each content line data consists of four fields separated by a semicolon.

  1. The first field (1 or 2), "head" when 1 "tail" when 2.
  2. The second field is the content line string. If the content needs to span two lines provide a comma.
  3. The third field is the targetframe name. This can be either "_top", "_blank", "_parent", "_self" or any user-defined name. This field must be 0 when the content line is a head with one or more tails.
  4. The fourth field is the URL for the target document. This can be either relative or fully qualified URL. This field must be 0 when the content line is a head with one or more tails.
One content line data is separated from the other by the character '|'.


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