Today, I'm removing two features of lionden.com that many users found to be annoying. And none of us want the Lion Den to be annoying. Well, except for the smell . . . but there's nothing to be done about that, eh?
The menu bar at the top of each page was originally set to float along and stay at the top of the browser window, even as you scroll down the page. Unfortunately, many users have slower systems that caused the floating bar to float in the middle of the page for a few moments after scrolling down, then back up again. So I reset this feature to stay at the top of the page. If you want to access another page in the Lion Den, you'll now have to scroll all the way up to the top of the page. But you can do it . . . I know you can!
I was also using a third-party service to solicit feedback (like how annoying the floating menu bar is). But because it occasionally asks viewers to respond, and many users are FREQUENT users, you were getting tired of either giving feedback or telling the popup feedback request to go away. So from now on, please give feedback by using the email response link found in several places in each page in the Lion Den.
I just updated the syllabus, schedule, and related online documents for my Anatomy & Physiology 2 (BIO 241) course for the SP 2011 semester. Go to lionden.com/ap2.htm to see the syllabus . . . then follow links to the related documents from there.
- All pages related to slides now include FREE access to the Lion Den Slide Collection. Go to lionden.com/slides-form.htm to get access to the download site.
- Course documents related to my Anatomy & Physiology 1 Supplement (BIO 242) course have also been updated. Go to lionden.com/ap1-supp.htm to start at the syllabus for that course.
- The copyright notice for all pages in lionden.com has been updated to reflect the new year.