A listing of over 50 articles, and a detailed index of the topics covered in them, from adornments to zoom.
I almost forgot the end matter: it’s time to add a glossary, and an index. But would built-in Find suffice?
Now’s a good time to bring some order to the paintings in the gallery, and to get the timeline working properly.
Distinguishing links from stretchtext, and building in a complex non-linear thread.
Time to add a second narrative thread based on an ‘authority’, and link it in with the main spine.
Incorporating the captioned images into milestone writing spaces, which form the spine of the hypertext. And a quick preview of the developing timeline.
Converting from fairly linear HTML to interconnected hypertext – aiming to tell the several stories of the history of oil painting.
It has a long history, but has seldom been implemented or used. Here are some examples of how to get the best from it.
Plain or text, guarded or not, links are powerful and central tools in hypertext. Here’s a concise visual guide to them.
True hypertext is dynamic, and changes according to context, reader actions, and more. Here’s how to use it – including stretchtext.