Developing a Website using a software parts library

The activity associated with development of a software parts library
for the development of a web-site will be presented here. This will be
an extension of the library used to prepare Programmable Software
Development Environment manual.

This effort was started a long time ago following the development of
the manual software parts library. Its purpose was to eliminate the
need for Front Page. It was subsequently put on hold so that other
more important efforts could proceed.

Mr. Mike is a long time professional friend of mine who has recently
offered to reconstruct my Web-Site. I told him my plan to use my tool
to rebuild my site. He has had difficulties relating to my technology
(It is quite different than normal programming methods) and I am not
really skilled in Web-site design. We both felt that this might a great
opportunity to make the technical connection.


STATUS: I have performed the experiments needed to define the software
parts defining the group sections These sections contain header,
contents, and text sections and are identified by unique id names.

MR_MIKE_CONTRIBUTION: These experiments were performed on Mr. Mike’s
web-site contributions.

DETAIL: Two types of group sections are required: A top-to-bottom
collection and a left-to-right collection. The top-to-bottom collection
could be header, text and footer. The left-to-right collection could
be links and text. These group sections can contain other group

MY NEXT TASK: My next task will be to prepare, integrate and test the
software parts associated the top-to-bottom and left-to-right group

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