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From <contact@...>
Sent Mon, 06 Jun 2016 08:49:32 UTC
Subject [Frogans technology - Frogans-awards] Frogans Tip for Day -1
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2016 08:49:35 UTC

 In the spirit of this worthy challenge, Iâm submiting, here and on the
Frogans Awards Mailing List, a Frogans authoring tip each day through
June 6th, the day before the submission deadline.
So, with just one day left to submit your Fro-creationâ¦

Frogans Tip for Day -1

Go back! Go back!
Keep in mind that the Frogans Player user interface does not include a
âbackâ button.
While this means that you, the Frogans site author, have total control
of the navigation options that you provide to your users, it also means
that it is always up to you to provide your users with intuitive
buttons for navigating backwards when needed. Imagine a user clicking
on the wrong button and then finding no way to get back to the previous
If your navigation is non-linear, you might need to make your âbackâ
button dynamic. For example, there might be several possible slides
that referred the user to a given destination slide. In this case,
you'll need to use a server-side scripting language, like PHP, to send
to your destination slide a piece of data that identifies the referring
There you have it, folks. For those of you submitting a site to the
Frogans Awards, good luck and be sure to check out the ceremony, live
or streamed, during the Frogans Technology Conference on June 14.
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