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ApacheCon Update: Agenda Page Speeded Up

ApacheCon Update: Agenda Page Speeded Up

By Kevin Reichard (Send Email)
Posted Jul 18, 2000


From Ken Coar:

From Ken Coar: Greetings! In response to visitors' feedback, the page displaying the ApacheCon Europe 2000 session agenda has been speeded up.

Greetings!

In response to visitors' feedback, the page displaying the ApacheCon Europe 2000 session agenda has been speeded up.

Well, actually, it's been broken into two pages: a 'full' page, which might be called 'agenda classic,' and a 'brief' display page. The 'full' page is the same one that's been used before, with all the information about all the sessions on it; the 'brief' page has just the agenda itself. When you click on a session in the agenda on the brief page, a window will pop up with that session's details.

You will need to have JavaScript enabled in order to take advantage of the brief page display. The full display page hasn't changed; it is still as detailed -- and as time-intensive -- as ever.

Thanks for your feedback!

--

#ken P-)}

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