Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 140264
Red Hat Magazine website too difficult to use
Last modified: 2007-04-18 13:15:29 EDT
Red Hat's Fedora Core 3 doesn't ship with Flash installed, but Red
Hat's magazine uses it.
To make matters worse, Red Hat's Fedora Core 3 ships with Firefox as
it's default browser (presumably for the must-have "Open in new tab"
feature), but the Red Hat website uses Flash for articles links,
preventing readers using "open in new tab".
Every heading down the centre column of the front page.
Any chance the heading can show in the <title> too?
Content is excellent btw.
Rob changed the links to be included in the text instead of the
article title to fix the "open in a new tab" problem. The magazine
site does utilize Flash if it is installed, but if Flash is not
installed, the article titles are treated as H1 elements.
I don't quite understand your second question. Which headings are you
refering to. Perhaps a location would help clarify.
> Every heading down the centre column of the front page.
The headings that link to the articles aren't "open in new tab"-able.