XML files

The following constitute a basic form of user interface:

Here are some further useful ways to display the corpus:

Separate tablet XML pages

The following are separate tablet level XML files. They may load a bit quicker. However since they are maintained separately it is possible for differences to creep in.

These will always display an entire tablet on a single page.

Having tested these pages in several browsers, I can say the following: Safari (best results), Chrome (works as expected), Opera (svg pages:work fine; png pages:images don't display), Firefox (svg pages:display, but clicking doesn't work; png pages:images don't display). Also Opera and Firefox don't seem to support transparency in pngs, so even when they display then aren't "clickable". As for IE and the Windows platform? The limited tests I have made are not encouraging. But mostly I have no idea.