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Figure 4-5. A mind map of CNN.com shows the visual power of organization using this method.
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For web site organization, this is a fantastic free-form method of seeing an intended layout s strengths and weaknesses. For example, I created a simple mind map of a real estate site. Figure 4-6 shows a facsimile of the mind map for the site. Notice how unbalanced the initial organization turned out. The lopsided mind map shows most of the topics clustered in one area. A well-organized site would have a more balanced appearance.
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Figure 4-6. The large number of branches on the left shows how unbalanced the initial site organization can be.
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After some revision, the updated mind map in Figure 4-7 shows an excellent balance of topics and categories. I even put in the titles of a few articles that would be needed by the site to make sure the content fit properly. This sort of testing makes organization and layout simple and helps ensure the right balance of sections and categories.
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Figure 4-7. A more balanced mind map has the symmetry of a tree. Mind maps seem to be the ideal method of drafting a web site particularly a Joomla site. By creating such a map, you should be able to visually understand how your intended content can be divided among sections and categories. However, if you want to add any actual information to the structure (such as a draft of an article or further notes), a mind map has limitations. For those features, you could use a professional outlining tool such as Leo.
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The tool I use most when designing or maintaining a Joomla site is Leo (Literate Editor with Outlines). Leo is a free, open source outliner and general hierarchical information organizer. Leo is written in Python, so it runs on most platforms that support the language (including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS). You can download Leo from SourceForge at http://sourceforge.net/project/ group_id=3458.
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Three core aspects of Leo set it apart from other outlining applications: file tangling, cloning, and node body text. File tangling is a slightly complex topic and is used primarily when dealing with code, so I ll save a description of that for 13, where you ll learn to create and code a Joomla extension. Leo also allows a node within the outline to be cloned so it can appear elsewhere in the outline. Any changes to a clone are immediately reflected in the connected clone nodes. This feature enables multiple ways of organizing the same information in an outline.
s Note Leo has many other significant features than the three mentioned in this section. In fact, it has a complete Python interpreter accessible from within an outline (so scripts can be written inside nodes), and the entire Leo framework is exposed as an object model. You can write complete Python scripts, buttons, and plug-ins to perform any macro function. Although the features of Leo that are not relevant to Joomla implementation are beyond the scope of this book, if you re interested in learning more, be sure to check out the wiki devoted to Leo at http://leo.zwiki.org.
For web developers, the significant feature of node body text is extremely simple in concept. In Figure 4-8, you can see that the Leo screen is divided into three panes: the outliner or headlines pane (top left), the log pane (top right), and the body pane. The outliner pane shows the same outline of CNN.com that you saw previously as a FreeMind mind map. Instead of a mind map display, the outline is displayed in a standard tree view.
Figure 4-8. The Leo outliner application displays the CNN.com web site structure.
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In the figure, did you notice how one node is selected In the body pane along the bottom, you can see text stored in that node that describes the topic. Every node in the outline can have body text attached. Once you begin to use this feature for organization, you ll be astounded at how much functionality it provides. For the initial installation of a web site, I ve found Leo invaluable in drafting not only the outlined structure of a site, but also much of the initial content. Leo has plug-ins that provide spell checking, export of an outline to HTML/RTF/Microsoft Word, inclusion of URL links within the outline (that can launch a browser window), and code syntax coloring (including HTML, PHP, CSS, XML, and many other computer languages). The export functionality means that all of the work you do within Leo can be converted in two steps into your Joomla site. Further, since additional child nodes can be added at any time, you can include things such as HTML code, PHP scripts, CSS items, and any other text-based information to the outline. As with any outliner, you can move nodes up, down, left, and right, and you can reorganize the tree with drag-and-drop functionality. One powerful feature of an advanced outliner like Leo is the hoist function. If you want to focus on a particular aspect of the outline, you can select Outline Hoist, and the selected node and its child nodes will be isolated as if they were the complete outline, as shown in Figure 4-9.
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