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FAQ, Walkthroughs and requests. (was: Re: "Document not found" msg - SLOW.)

From: Alexandre Rafalovitch <alex@access.com.au>
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 1996 15:11:20 +1000
Message-Id: <v02140b00ade2ab907489@[]>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Thanks for fast reply Anselm,
Do you think it is worth being in FAQ. Maybe now that there are more people
using Jigsaw, we can add a lot of non-evident information to FAQ (that is
non-evident to us :-} ).

Also, do anybody think it might be a good idea to have several
walk-throughs to show how to do simple/complex things in step by step
fashion. This would get people started. We could have section on web cite
with 'How to' questions and answers. I could write several, once I get past
'baby' stage...

The reason I ask is because I have several request on my mind that I am
going to ask, so it would be good to keep them in a form more orginized
than just mail archive.

The last addition, I would like would be Requests section. Preferably
automatic with Good/Bad counter on how many people looked at it and if any
reply were generated.  I know, it is a big thing to ask :-{ , or is it not?

Also, some of the documentation that comes with Sample sites has pointers
in nowhere. Is that because it IS sample site, or I should report them. If
I need to report them, than where should it go?

You bet I will stay put... It is one hot piece of software

>Alexandre Rafalovitch writes:
> > Hi,
> >
> > During my exploration of Jigsaw, I manage to type in wrong html more often
> > than right one. Of course, I receive 'Document not found' result. What is
> > bothering me is that it takes awfull long time for the document to finish
> > loading. I can see the main message 'Document not found' but the rest of
> > text  'Document bla not found on this server' takes about 20-30 second more
> > to arrive.
> >  If I interrupt loading I  can see all the information, but it also says
> > Transfer interrupted.
> >
> > I checked it with  MacNetscape 2.02 as well as unix Netscape. It looks to
> > me, that Netscape actually times out and stops.
> >
> > Any explanations?
>This is in fact a netscape bug, check out version 3.0 of Netscape,
>*or* turn of the keep-connection flag (in /Admin/ProperetiesEditor)
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