Archive for the ‘WEB-SITE’ Category

Is Strictly Portable Web-Site Development Possible?

December 30, 2011

The activity associated with the maintenance of whatifwe.com web-site be presented here. Of critical importance is the use of strictly portable (Win32, Linux) standard methods for preparing the web-site files using the Programmable Software Development Environment.

FRIDAY: The software part that prepares one or more paragraphs has been modified.

IS STRICTLY PORTABLE WEB-SITE DEVELOPMENT POSSIBLE?

October 14, 2011

TUESDAY: The software parts for writing the text into the output files is being included into the HTML common libraries. The current effort is being focused on the software parts that take the text from the post office and writing it into the *.html file. The software part that prepares a paragraph has already been modified.

For more information and free downloads, please visit my web-site, “www.whatifwe.com”.

WEB-SITE MAINTENANCE

September 16, 2011

MONDAY: The software parts for inserting the special phrases into the output text will be included into the HTML common libraries.  Extensive modifications are expected.

TUESDAY: The software parts for inserting the special phrases into the output text have been modified and included into the HTML common libraries. The software parts for writing the *.html text statements will be included into the HTML common libraries.  Extensive modifications are expected.

WEB-SITE MAINTENANCE

September 9, 2011

MONDAY: There are a number of software parts that are common between the development of the Programmable Software Development Environment manual and the web-site.  A common library is being prepared for these software parts.  These parts will be integrated into the Web-site development project first.

TUESDAY: The software parts in both the web-site and html common libraries for entering special phrases has been developed and tested.

WEDNESDAY: The web-site software parts for specifying the table of contents has been developed and tested.

WEB-SITE MAINTENANCE

August 19, 2011

SATURDAY: A Programmable Software Development Environment System error
was encountered while setting up the web-site project for testing the
global software parts.  This effort will be suspended until the error
is corrected. Please look at the error/issues section for the error
correction status reports.

WEDNESDAY: The software parts for specifying the layout of the frame
page, preparing the picture and slogan *.html files (used in the frame
page) have been successfully tested.

WEB-SITE MAINTENANCE

August 12, 2011

SATURDAY: The global software part that defines the segmentation of the frame has been created. The global software parts (frame size,

WEB-SITE MAINTENANCE

August 5, 2011

MONDAY: The special phrase software parts kit of the manual library has been modified for use in the web-site standard software parts library.  The special phrase software parts kit facilitates the inclusion of boldface, italics, and underscore formats into the text.

TUESDAY: The page list (Title and link) software parts kit has been prepared.

WEB-SITE MAINTENANCE

July 29, 2011

TUESDAY: The development of the software parts required to prepare the web-site has been started.  The manual preparation software parts are being adapted for this application, The software part associated with preparing the picture web-page have been prepared.

THURSDAY: The software part associated with preparing the picture web-page has been modified to permit the picture width and height to be entered as parameters.  The software part associated with preparing the slogan web-page has been prepared.

WEB-SITE MAINTENANCE

July 22, 2011

SATURDAY: A basic prototype web page using the frameSet/frame commands has been prepared. The noframes requirements as well as the differences between FireFox and Internet Explorer need to be explored.

SUNDAY: The ease of reading the web-site is currently being considered. Of particular concern is the scroll bar on both the text of the page and the links on the left hand site.

MONDAY: Adjustments to the font size appears to have resulted in an optimum web-site page.

TUESDAY: The noframes command has been successfully tested.

WEB-SITE MAINTENANCE

July 15, 2011

The activity associated with the maintenance of whatifwe.com web-site be presented here. Of critical importance is the use of strictly portable (Win32, Linux) standard methods for preparing the web-site files using the Programmable Software Development Environment.

WEDNESDAY: FrameSet/Frame HTML commands are currently being explored as a means of developing a standard web-page format.