version 7 by AW Freyr
Section: Menus, One-Offs and Dead-Ends
Pages need not have any content. Somtimes they are useful for just presenting a series of options.
The menu is a page.
Now we can refer back to this menu with our other choices.
AskAboutPizza is a page.
"'What about pizza?' you ask.
Jenny frowns. 'No, I had some for lunch yesterday.'"
The cdesc is "Ask about pizza." It is for the menu. It is a dead-end. It is one-off.
AskAboutWine is a page.
"'What about wine?' you ask.
Jenny frowns. 'No, I have to drive home tonight.'"
The cdesc is "Ask about wine." It is for the menu. It is a dead-end. It is one-off.
A page defined as a "dead-end" will return to the original page that sent it there, even through multiple flipped pages! Very useful for menus.
The second adjective you see is "one-off". This ensures that, once this choice is picked, it will never be displayed again.