- 1. The Table of Contents is in CSS Styles; the body text is in regular HTML.
- 2. The Table of Contents looks just fine on Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 for Windows (and Mac, so I'm told). See diagram below for a snapshot of MSIE 5 at 640x480. However, the Table of Contents doesn't look very sharp in NetScape anything. The footnotes function should work just fine in any browser that supports frames, and it is this footnotes function that made the frames version worth creating.
3. How to use it:
- Click the section title in the Table of Contents to display that section's text in the text window.
- Click the Footnote Reference to display that footnote in the footnote window.
- Click the Footnote Note No. to display the top of the referring paragraph in the text window.
- Drag the footnote window separator to resize footnote window.
- All text is resizable through your browser's text size function. Font sequence is Arial, Helvetica, Sans-Serif in both styles and font tags.