[isf-wifidog] WifiDog UI Diagrams and page map
max.horvath at maxspot.de
Lun 14 Nov 10:02:24 EST 2005
This might be partly off-topic, but it's an error to be fixed soon.
The newest CVS version contains a slightly modified version of the
Due to the CSS is not an accessible file but directly included in
each HTML file I get error from the Apache webserver due to file that
could not be found.
The files are:
These file are included in the new CSS file like this:
background : #dbffa8 url("../images/bg_body.gif") repeat-x fixed 0px
It should be clear that this doesn't work on every html page. It
works in the administration interface, but it doesn't work in the
wifidog root directory.
We should be switching to a single CSS file which gets included via
HTML and which is not directly embedded into a HTML file.
Am 09.11.2005 um 23:10 schrieb Rob Janes:
> looks nice, but the error message or status message area seems kind
> of lost.
> Benjamin Crulli wrote:
>> Sweet !
>> I can help with the sample css if you want ...
>> On 11/7/05, Proulx François <fproulx at edito.qc.ca> wrote:
>>>> a) indicate how to break up the pages to maximize reusable
>>>> components (this should be mostly clear)
>>>> b) indicate the permissions for each page and/or section of
>>>> each page
>>>> Does someone who is more familiar with the internal design of
>>>> WifiDog want to take a shot at 2b? We can do this by giving a red
>>>> background to any page/component that requires admin level access,
>>>> and maybe a blue background for any component that requires
>>>> registered user level access.
>>> I will have a look tomorrow. Send you the list of pages that must be
>>>> Also, it would be helpful if the person who put together the
>>>> content management system wrote down a 1 page description about how
>>>> it works.
>>> There you go :
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>> Ben Crulli
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