Yes, index page is the correct place for the All_Classes link. Easy to fix.
From an accessibility perespective this isn't true. Equivalence is the goal for accessibility and burying All_Classes in link does not provide this. The easy access provided to frame users should be available with the same level of access as to the non-frame user. Overiew is one feature provided with frames in the non-frames function, the same should be done for all classes. javadoc's competitor Polardoc places an all classes function (called class search) in the header of its pages because they feel it is important. In speaking with Doug Kramer on this he says many users find an All Classes function much more helpful than using the Index.
What Earl says makes sense. However, I don't see how to do that without
adding clutter for the frame users. To give All_Classes the equivalence
he seeks, we could put a link for All Classes in the navigation bar;
however, it would not make much sense for the frame users, as it would
display a list that initially is already present in the lower-left frame.
If we put it in the navigation bar, I suggest calling it:
Then it should go to the left of the Index link.
A blind developer, James Homme, has written in and requested this
feature. In response, I have copied his comment into the "Comment"
field and raised this to priority 4.
This bug has been fixed. Location of fix:
Reopenning bug to refine fix.
The fix has been refined. The "All Classes" link now appears next to the "No Frames" link.