Michael Granger has produced a wonderful new RDoc template, which looks 
about 1067 times better than any HTML I ever produced. What's even 
better: if you use the "inline source" option, the source is inlined 
into the page, but is hidden until you click on the 'source' button.

You can see what this looks like at

     http://rdoc.sourceforge.net/newdoc/

Click on one of the Ruby method names in the top-right pane, then click 
on the [source] link to see the effect.

Now the question: this new template relies on DHTML, Javascript, and a 
lot of CSS. Has the world of browsers advanced to the point where I 
could make this the default style, or do we still need to support the 
previous generation?


Cheers


Dave