Build New Web Page: Advanced Index Parameter
This dialog lets you edit an index/language set parameter.
Note that you can click Browse to use a standard file selection dialog
to pick the name of the index or language file.
* You can also set the Character Encoding
for the index and language files.
The most common encodings are available in the combo box,
but any of the supported encoding names
may be used.
Leaving the encoding blank is equivalent to "8859_1", ie the ISO8859-1 character
set. Hi Lab currently only ever writes index and language files in this character encoding.
||Enter the filename of the index file.
||Enter the filename of the language file
(for English leave blank).
|* Language code
||Select one of the listed common language codes
or type in one of the two letter lower case language codes
listed in ISO 639.
|* Country code
||Select one of the listed common country codes
or type in one of the two letter upper case country codes
listed in ISO 3166.
||Select one or more of the following options:
||Do not display the Contents tab
||Sort the Contents tab alphabetically
||Display the Index tab initially (rather than Contents)
||Expand all the folders in the Contents initially
||Type in the URL to be selected in the Contents initially.
||Type in the query to be displayed in the Index initially.
* The Character Encoding and Language/Country Codes will only be
used by browsers which run JDK 1.1 Java.
Note carefully that this page creation wizard insists that the web page and
any index files or language files are in the same directory.
This is to make sure that the Java classes can find these files.