13.5. Hands On: Notetaker: The Keywords Panel
This “Hands On” session is about using standard, scripted XUL to master <listbox> and <tree>. First, we'll build a static page out of pure XUL, and then we'll enhance it to include scripting effects. We'll also experiment a little.
At last it's time to complete the layout and XUL content of the NoteTaker dialog box. Until now the Keywords panel of the displayed <tabbox> has contained only a placeholder. We'll fix that by adding a listbox, a tree, and some other form elements.
The Keywords panel allows the user to add keywords to, and delete keywords from, the current note. It also lists the current keywords. Finally, it displays keywords related to the current keyword, which provides a memory jogger ...
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