Ticket #439 (closed Feature Wish)
Tabular presentation of the Variant Not Found page would help readability
|Reported by:||mpo@…||Owned by:||mpo@…|
[jira2trac import : issue created on April 3, 2007 4:11:17 AM CEST http://issues.cocoondev.org/browse/DSY-439 ]
Currently when a variant (connected to the current site) is not found a list is produced of all variants that _are_ available for the document.
As seen on our own documentation-wiki this list can get very long:
Since the list is actually a result of the two dimensions in the variant-space (branch and language) these variants could also be presented in a tabular format (which would help readability IMHO)
| daisydocs-1_2 | en | |
| daisydocs-1_3 | en | |
| daisydocs-1_4 | en | |
| daisydocs-1_5 | en | de |
| daisydocs-2_0 | en | de |
In the same area it would be nice if this overview page could also be actively linked to, rather then be the result of an error-situation (variant not found)
- the 'variants' menu could have a 'overview' submenu that shows it
* the daisy:... url could have a special recognised value '*' for branchId, languageId to hint to this
* the wiki and/or repo URLs could maybe use the same values for the request-paramaters?