Let's say you read some text describing a figure. You then have to scroll down and look for the figure. Once found, you have to expand the figure or even pop it out in a window.
Then you scroll back up to the text, by which time, you've forgotten why you scrolled in the first place.
Fear no more!
supplescroll transforms a page into a dynamic 3-column layout that fixes the figure problem.
Clicking on a figure link in the text will now scroll to the figure in a different column.
Special reverse links in the figure takes you to all the places in the text that refer to it.
Here are the features of
<h*>tags in the document
If you actually read this far, then here's a design tweak treat. After the URL, and before the hash, if you add
?style=yeolde, you'll get a different theme. Available themes: