Library script formatting problem
[1/7] from: antonr::iinet::net::au at: 2-Mar-2003 18:57
That's already been noted. Looks like the problem of slide.r is at the bottom, just before the final </PRE> tag. There's 151 spaces after the final ']' in the example code. Removing them doesn't completely solve the problem, though it helps a lot. Anton.
[2/7] from: sunandadh:aol at: 2-Mar-2003 3:26
> There's 151 spaces after the final ']' in the > example code
Thanks. We need to do a trim/tail (or something like that) on all the scripts to tidy this up. I'll add it to the to-do list. Sunanda.
[3/7] from: brett:codeconscious at: 2-Mar-2003 22:01
As I mentioned on Altme, it is *not* only the scripts. Regards, Brett.
[4/7] from: sunandadh:aol at: 2-Mar-2003 14:02
> As I mentioned on Altme, it is *not* only the scripts.
Thanks. I see the problem. IE 5.5 seems to have an implied min-width for the content Div of around 600pixels. I'm stumped as to why, and how to fix it. Bear with me for a while. Joel:
>Thus far I've checked the site in the following browsers:
Thanks for all the checking, testing and suggestions. I want the site to work well (if not perfectly) in any browser, so I'll be playing around with your suggestions over the next few days....Which may mean things get worse before they get better. Sunanda.
[5/7] from: joel:neely:fedex at: 2-Mar-2003 14:25
Hi, Gregg and Sunanda, and Library team, Let me apologize for not beginning my earlier note with THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HARD WORK!!!! (I was rushed this morning, but that's no excuse!) I know you've taken on two large tasks -- organizing the library itself, and designing a good way to access it -- and really appreciate how far you've come! I also know what a *PAIN* it is trying to design in a world with so many browsers (many of which predate or ignore W3C standards), having done a bit of it myself (and "invented" more presentation bugs than I'd care to admit... ;-) -jn- [SunandaDH--aol--com] wrote:
[6/7] from: greggirwin:mindspring at: 2-Mar-2003 16:35
Hi Joel, JN> Let me apologize for not beginning my earlier note with JN> THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HARD WORK!!!! No problem. :) We're all working together here. Everyone has been very patient waiting for us to produce something (for which we are grateful) and all the comments so far have been very constructive. We *really* appreciate everyone taking the time to look at it and comment. Hopefully this is just a starting point. -- Gregg
[7/7] from: sunandadh:aol at: 3-Mar-2003 14:43
> I also know what a *PAIN* it is trying to design in a world with > so many browsers (many of which predate or ignore W3C standards), > having done a bit of it myself (and "invented" more presentation > bugs than I'd care to admit... ;-)
No worries. I spend an inordinate amount of time telling my webmaster friends and clients that their site doesn't work under all sorts of weird and wonderful conditions that they never envisaged. This is payback time! You can now start the Library with just http://www.rebol.orgrather than the longer CGI URL we first gave. Sunanda.