Subpage Listings at top level pages of efi site done : 14 posts by 3 authors.
I have made changes in efi site by adding Subpage Listings at top level of efi site as of now. It will subsequently be added to below top level pages like genera & species pages.
For example, Pl. see the automated ‘Subpage Listings’ at the following three pages:
Also pl. see one more page as Acanthaceae.
Is it OK before I take up other similar pages ?
It looks nice and easy at both levels- list of families and list of genera in individual families.
Thanks, …, for the feedback.
I think I have discovered this because of your hard work of putting all families at a single page and also because of Dinesh ji’s advice on mother & child pages.
Pl. also see Acanthus page.
I have further modified it.
Pl. see if it’s all right: Acanthaceae
But I don’t know why it’s showing differently with same settings in both.
This is good development, …
Readers can now get to page in lesser clicks; required page easily retrieved.
I have “unboldened” Acanthaceae page listing content. (you may have inadvertently boldened the entire gadget; I selected the gadget, and unboldened it).
You are certainly a genius & always comes to my rescue.
May I request you to pl. let me know any of the important features which I may have been ignoring so far, for betterment of efloraofindia.
“I have “unboldened” Acanthaceae page listing content. (you may have inadvertently boldened the entire gadget; I selected the gadget, and unboldened it).”- I could not find it ? Pl. explain further.
Pl. see A—L
I there a way that we can reduce the height of this page by say reducing the font size to 8 or by putting it in two or three columns ?
A-Z list of families on one page is good.
But when we list all the genera and species on same page in a family the page length becomes too long (if there are many species in it) as in Acanthaceae. It may be adopted where we have few genera and specie in a family.
Can we follow the pattern of The Plant List – Families on one page (we have done it already), all genera of the family on one page and all species of a genus in one page.
But then it is easier for a user to see at a glance all the genera & species at a single page- to get an overall view.
This can not be replicated at any other page.
As … stated:
“This is good development, …
Readers can now get to page in lesser clicks; required page easily retrieved.”
I have asked … if there a way that we can reduce the height of this page by say reducing the font size to 8 or by putting it in two or three columns ? Let us hope … comes up with a solution again.
Further, question is to have one more click or not.
I have a very long FOI page giving all species by botanical names (set as favourites) to quickly look for images of a genera for identification/ validation.