2.2.9. HTML Page Formats

HTML1 versions of the commentary provide two different page formats:
  • Short Page Format - This format is preferred when viewing the commentary over an internet connection where smaller file sizes are desirable. Every section appears on a separate page and provides links from the top of each page to the pages of any subsections it contains. Although more efficient when using the internet or a slow computer, this format splits information up into smaller pieces making it more difficult to view the context within which a section appears. It is also more difficult to copy and paste lengthy portions of text which span several sections.
  • Long Page Format - This format is preferred when viewing the commentary from a local CDROM or hard drive or when using a fast internet connection where larger file sizes are acceptable. Pages may contain a section and all its subsections allowing the full context of the text to be evident. This also makes it easier to copy and paste portions of the text which span multiple sections.
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Notes

1 HTML stands for Hyper-Text Markup Language, the format used by most documents on the world-wide web.