I would like some HTML page templates for a simple online manual. I will use the templates to generate the actual manuals for diferent products. Structure will be simple: a tree-based navigation panel on the left, and a content page on the right. User should be able to navigate to a specific content page either via the tree panel, or via refs from other content pages. Manual should have a constant title bar (eg 'XYZ Operations Manual'), with provision for inclusion of existing logo.
Two types of content pages should be supported:
1. Simple text page, that includes the ability to have various heading formats (level 1, leve 2 etc).
2. Component reference page, which has the following elements: component name, component description, attribute index table, operation index table, attributes, and supported operations. A broad idea of the reference page requirement can be seen from any java doc page (eg [url removed, login to view])
* A 'description' should be able to range from a sentence, to a few paragraphs.
* Each attribute will have a name, a type (eg. 'Date', or 'Text'), read-only status (eg 'Read Only', or 'Editable') and a description.
* Each operation will have a name, an impact type (eg 'Action') and a description.
* An index table is just a pretty table of name/href and one-line descriptions that ref to an attribute (or operation) further down the page.
The final requirements are: a contemporary look i.e NOT as clunky as a javadoc page, and appropriate use of colour (for lines/headers/lozenges?). Colours to be styled off www.transacumen.com.