WW2010
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WW2010
 
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About WW2010
 
  welcome
 
  history
 
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> user's guide
 
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User's Guide
 
  project summary
 
  content resources
 
> core technologies

Core Technologies
 
  overview
 
  efficient navigation
 
> multiple interfaces

Multiple Interfaces
 
  overview
 
  navigation menus
 
> inline images

User Interface
 
  graphics
> text

NOTE: We've guessed that you're not using a client that supports colored tables and have tried to compensate. Low graphics mode looks much better on clients that do... we recommend switching to Netscape 3.0 or Microsoft Internet Explorer.
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From The Developers...

In "text" mode, if an inline image is too large, a text link to that image will be inserted in its place.


Inline Images
images or text links to images

For inline images (not including navigation menus), WW2010 will automatically download inline images in "graphics" mode...

[Image: example of cumulonimbus clouds (74K)]


while in "text" mode, WW2010 will download either the image itself or a text link to that image (below). Whenever a text link is inserted, a brief description about the image and its size is given.

[Image: examples of cumulonimbus clouds ]


WW2010 recognizes how large an image is and from this information either inserts the image itself or a text link to it. For example, we can customize WW2010 to download the image directly if the image is 15K or less. If the image is larger than 15K, a text link to the image is inserted instead. So go ahead, switch graphics modes of this page ("User Interface" menu on the left) and see what happens to the image above.

The threshold value can be changed to 10K or 50K, and then automatically updated throughout the server in minutes. In addition, this feature is not constrained to images only, but can also be applied to animations, audio, video, whatever if need be.



navigation menus
Terms for using data resources. CD-ROM available.
Credits and Acknowledgments for WW2010.
Department of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at
the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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