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The TreeDoc system gives documents and pages that same nested, open-in-place behavior, like this. TreeDoc is a new way of displaying hypertext, related to the Fluid Documents project, which visually distinguishes in-place commentary by indentation, font face, and color, while using that common color to highlight both the keyword and commentary. (More info: <http://www2.parc.com/istl/projects/fluid/>)
For illustration, this TreeDoc documentation is in TreeDoc form, so you should click the links below to explore further...AND DON'T FORGET TO CLICK EACH ONE A SECOND TIME TO CLOSE!
Summary: TreeDoc helps relate a link's content to its context; it relates what's inside the link to what's outside the link.
Summary: A badly-designed TreeDoc page can look funny and make things harder (rather than easier) to read.
Summary: Just put a simple tag like <?inlink("tabText", "href.php"); ?> into your HTML pages wherever you want an folder-tab inlink, or even a whole row of them.
|PHP Server language||
||the inlink() function||
||The tabRow() function||
Summary: Make sure PHP works on Apache (they are often pre-installed together), copy over one small TreeDoc file, and start writing.
Summary: The software components are free and Open Source, but your documents are your own. And TreeDoc still needs work...