Do you read about Internet Explorer and related technologies on MSDN? We’ve recently reorganized the table of contents for the HTML/DHTML Overviews. We would like your feedback.
Hi! My name is Lance Leonard; I'm a Programmer/Writer on the Internet Explorer Developer Content team. I'm part of the team that’s responsible for the content on MSDN that relates to Internet Explorer, specifically HTML and CSS and Internet Explorer Development.
You may have noticed that we've added a lot of new content describing Internet Explorer 8 and how it impacts the way you develop your Web sites. I wanted to let you know that we're also working to improve the content we've previously published.
Case in point, we've recently reorganized the HTML/DHTML Overviews. Previously, we had nearly 100 articles collected in one location. It was hard to locate specific articles and even harder to understand how separate articles were related.
To clarify this, we've separated the overviews into sections that are similar to the lifecycle of a Web site.
In turn, each section contains relevant subsections. For example, Creating Web Sites contains subcategories related to DHTML Tutorials, Scripting Internet Explorer, Tables and Forms, and so on.
The basic idea is to group related articles together, so you can find the information you're looking for more quickly... even if you don't know precisely what you're looking for.
I'd like to know your thoughts about the new organization. Give it a spin, kick the tires, and let me know what you think.
Lance Leonard Programmer/Writer Internet Explorer Developer Content