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JohnFound



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Enko wrote:
Perhaps it would be good if you add a link like "continue" at the end of the first column, so it redirects to the upper second column. Just like "↥"


It is a very good idea. I will implement it somehow. The problem is that the text is separated in columns by the browser, so I can't predict where to put the links in the text. Maybe some link under the content field will do the job...

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Post 28 May 2012, 21:01
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XVilka



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Updated a bit previously attached Web server. Now it go to segfault only after receive some data from client Smile
Post 29 May 2012, 04:46
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kalambong



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kalambong
Does this project supports G-Wan?
Post 29 May 2012, 07:59
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JohnFound



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kalambong, what is G-Wan? If it is web server running on x86 Linux or Windows machine and supporting CGI, then this project support G-Wan. Smile

BTW, I just updated my site with new template and visual design.
Post 30 May 2012, 16:24
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Enko



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Enko
The colors looks good. But IMHO the logo has to much white space. (to much of the background) Compacted it should look better, as the site is i think "Mini Magazine Assembly"

here what I mean
http://i48.tinypic.com/14l7zpd.jpg

the jpg format killed the background, but I din't save the source.

The compacted logo is not necesary, but to move the content more to the top imho is better, so theres no space wasted.
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JohnFound



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Enko wrote:
The compacted logo is not necesary, but to move the content more to the top imho is better, so theres no space wasted.


Very good suggestion, Enko. The text above the logo is really better.
I will make it tomorrow, because the sources for the logo remained on my work computer.

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Post 30 May 2012, 17:32
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Enko



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Enko
I've seen you updated the design.
It looks great. the fading effect on the background make the logo more clean.

And the text over the green ball make the logo more compact and more like a logo. Because the green ball just by itself looks out of place.

Bye the way, I didn't have the source, so I couldn't perfom one thing in my example that I really wanted.

The idea is to have the word "Mini" completly inside the ball. And perhaps lowercase, like "miniMagAsm". (it wouldn't make much diference on how it is right now, but its a small sugestion to make it look like really complete imho)
Post 31 May 2012, 15:38
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JohnFound



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I just uploaded the latest changes to the engine and to the design.
Now the articles format supports several types of links and images.

Also the user manual was translated to English (in fact the English version is more up to date than in the Bulgarian original).

You can read it here.

Enko, the sources of the logo are in .svg format and they are uploaded on the server: logo.svg and logo2.svg
I edited them with Inkscape. I tried to use the .svg image directly, but Firefox renders them very different (worse) than Inkscape.
You can check the browser render with this test page
Post 31 May 2012, 18:53
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Enko



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Enko
Later at home I will try with the .svg, adobe fireworks doesn't support this format.

I know its a little bit early, but as I understand, its a good practice to add a sitemap on the footer of the page. This way google crawler likes it more.
And you could check later here www.google.com/webmasters/ how its indexing the stuff.
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kalambong



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kalambong
JohnFound wrote:
kalambong, what is G-Wan? If it is web server running on x86 Linux or Windows machine and supporting CGI, then this project support G-Wan. Smile

BTW, I just updated my site with new template and visual design.



G-Wan's site --- http://gwan.ch/

It's a web server written completely in C
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JohnFound



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kalambong, G-WAN seems to be really interesting web server.
It supports my assembly CGI for sure. Maybe I will play with it later.
Post 01 Jun 2012, 06:58
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JohnFound



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The quest continues. I updated the site with the new version.
At the end I managed to make the collapsible tree navigation menu without JavaScript (especially for revolution Wink ).
It is possible to have some compatibility problems with older browsers, but I will fix them with the time.

Check it here.
Post 01 Jun 2012, 22:19
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Enko



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Enko
wow, thats a powerfull cgi there.
Code:
<label class="dirmenu" for="V38E1AF30">Documents<sub class="menu">&nbsp;(3|0)</sub></label>
    

when you click there, the cgi do all the work?

And yes, on the abolished IE6, the sites renders in one column, the expand tree doesnt work, its always expanded, and the logo background is not transparent but rather light pastel green.
Post 01 Jun 2012, 22:47
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JohnFound



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The tree menu is only HTML and CSS. There is no .cgi work except the creation of the HTML page of course.
Post 01 Jun 2012, 23:08
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
JohnFound wrote:
At the end I managed to make the collapsible tree navigation menu without JavaScript (especially for revolution Wink ).
Cool Thanks. But why have hidden stuff on a web page that requires clicking somewhere to reveal it? I think the usability goes down when web pages require people to aim the mouse to a particular place and click to see more things.
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revolution wrote:
Thanks. But why have hidden stuff on a web page that requires clicking somewhere to reveal it? I think the usability goes down when web pages require people to aim the mouse to a particular place and click to see more things.


Well, the whole www idea is "click here to see more things". Actually, the reason is the same as in the directory tree of the file manager - the content sometimes could be too long or wide to be comfortable visible at once.
As long as the CMS can contain unlimited number of articles, the article catalog must be a tree.
On the other hand I made the article table of contents visible all the time, because the normal article is not so big.

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JohnFound wrote:
Well, the whole www idea is "click here to see more things".
This is different though. It adds an extra level in indirection. Click to see things (menu items) to click on to see more things (web pages).

Also: does it remember the currently open positions of the tree when you reload the page from a bookmark, or when you click on one of the links to download a new page? I have found that these CSS controlled trees have no memory about the user selections and everything collapses again when you navigate to a new page. Very annoying.
Post 02 Jun 2012, 05:05
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revolution wrote:
I have found that these CSS controlled trees have no memory about the user selections and everything collapses again when you navigate to a new page. Very annoying.


Here I am agree, but I will fix it at least partially. The subfolder of the currently loaded article will stay open. So, on reload all forders will collapse, but the currently browsed folder and its parents. I think it will be good enough.

Of course I can pass the state of the tree back to the CGI script using post method or adding parameters to the URL, but these solutions have some drawbacks I don't like.

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edfed



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edfed
what would be fine is to give a simple template where the main message will be:

hello "current ip".

and why not a form that will return a html page with a formating of the text entered in the form, then, the learning of your very cool cms will be far more easy Smile

don't give it up, it is really good!
Post 02 Jun 2012, 12:36
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JohnFound



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JohnFound
The latest and greatest version was uploaded. Now it keeps the active subdirectory open and some stupid bugs was removed from FreshLib.

BTW, IMO, the best bug test for some application or library is to be used in the real life programming.
edfed wrote:
and why not a form that will return a html page with a formating of the text entered in the form, then, the learning of your very cool cms will be far more easy Smile

The online edit creation and edit of the articles will be the next step. But allowing everyone to edit files on the server will need some increased security checks for the engine, but I am not very good in the security area.

For example, the author now can put arbitrary inline HTML in the article text and it will be rendered somehow and executed, if there are scripts or something.
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